(Updated in December, 2019 by Kyle Prevost) Vanguard was the first company to jump into Canadian all-in-one ETFs back in 2018.  It should come as no surprise that that the historical leader in low-cost investments was the first to roll out this superstar product.  With their Vanguard Conservative Income ETF Portfolio (VCIP), Vanguard Conservative…

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With recent articles about all-in-one ETFs and withholding taxes on ETFs in registered accounts, I’ve been getting questions about if there are USD based all-in-one ETFs, and if not, what are the most efficient USD ETFs to own? There are a number of readers who make their money in USD, and there are some advantages…

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withholding taxes on ETFs

I’ve written a lot about index investing as one of the best strategies for beginner and experienced investors alike.  It’s a strategy that I follow with a large portion of my portfolio to get ex-Canada (outside Canada) diversification (I use dividend investing for my Canadian exposure).  Not only do I use this strategy in my…

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In recent weeks, I’ve been writing about how it’s getting easier and cheaper to build a solid globally diversified portfolio using all-in-one ETFs. For example, if you have long time frame until retirement, rather than buying multiple ETFs/mutual funds for equities and bonds, or a balanced fund that charges 2%, you can now buy a…

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Last week, I compared two heavy hitters in the all-in-one ETF marketplace – iShares vs Vanguard. Here is a quick backgrounder from the article that summarizes these convenient investment products: Many of you know how much I appreciate and recommend the Vanguard all-in-one ETFs. What I like most about them is that in a single…

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vanguard vs ishares all in one ETF

Many of you know how much I appreciate and recommend the Vanguard all-in-one ETFs.  What I like most about them is that in a single ETF, it provides investors with a complete globally indexed portfolio that will automatically rebalance to maintain the set ratio of equity/bonds.  All for a very low management expense ratio (MER)…

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