THE WisdomTree BLOG
One of the most common questions and discussion points we encounter is this: “What are the key differences between ETFs and mutual funds?” Both are investment vehicles designed to give the investor exposure to a basket of securities, but there are important distinctions between the two structures in terms of transparency, trading and tax efficiency.
Ask the market what fate awaits stocks with high dividends and the answer often lies in the outlook for interest rates. When bond yields rise, the incentive to own stocks that offer higher dividends wanes, and vice versa. But with time, the concept of companies that pay dividends pays off.
With the new year, it’s time to check in on the progress of our Canadian business, now a year and a half old.
The Street is not keen on Canadian government bonds for next year. With almost every Canadian economist expecting rising rates, should investors follow the crowd or buck it?
With the fourth quarter in full swing, not only are the holidays approaching, tax season is coming up as well. This is the time of year when many financial advisors talk taxes with their clients, especially if those clients have capital gains and if there is the potential for tax loss harvesting.