Bmo Investorline Logo

The BMO InvestorLine 2.0 online trading platform is amongst the most popular of Canada’s online discount brokers, and in our ultimate BMO InvestorLine Review we’ll dive deep to see if the platform deserves that spot. As one of Canada’s oldest and most trusted companies (founded in 1817) the Bank of Montreal – more commonly known…

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Mdj New Design Announcement

Hi Folks, FT here. As you probably noticed on your own by now, I’ve decided that it was time to give MDJ a small facelift. When I started out back in 2006, I never imagined that I’d be doing this for more than 15 years or that the site will become such a popular resource…

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Financial Freedom Update (q4) 2020

Welcome to the Million Dollar Journey 2020 (Q4) Financial Freedom Update – Volatile Market Edition!  If you would like to follow my latest financial journey, you can get my updates sent directly to your email, via Twitter and/or Facebook. For those of you new here, since achieving $1M in net worth in June 2014 (age 35), I have shifted my focus to achieving…

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National Bank Direct Brokerage Reviewfi

National Bank Direct Brokerage has made a lot of changes in the past couple of years to better compete with some of Canada’s top online brokerages. While they admit that they still have some work to do, especially on the tech front, National Bank Direct Brokerage does have some pretty impressive attributes that make them…

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Td Direct Investing Logo

The TD Direct Investing online discount brokerage is amongst the most popular of Canada’s online discount brokerages.  TD has consistently been on the forefront over the last decade as investors have moved from expensive “full service brokers”, to the much cheaper discount broker model that we see today.  As one of Canada’s largest companies and…

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Chequing Account

When considering your contenders for best free Canadian chequing bank account in 2020, there are three things you need you understand right off the bat. 1) The big Canadian banks (RBC, TD, Scotiabank, CIBC, and BMO) are not your friend. 2) You should NOT be comparing these accounts based on their interest rates. 3) Chequing…

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