Dan is a regular contributor to publications such as MoneySense and The Globe and Mail. Here is where you’ll find links to his latest articles on external sites.
How to mix rental income and portfolio returns in retirement
Here's an easy way to generate the cash flow you need in any market conditions. [MoneySense]
Are TFSAs the best place to hold Vanguard’s new all-in-one ETFs?
These balanced ETFs are ideally suited to Tax-Free Savings Accounts for several reasons. [MoneySense]
How to rebalance when some ETFs already do it themselves
New ETFs from Vanguard rebalance themselves, but investors need to track their entire portfolio mix [MoneySense]
GICs have a hidden commission
GIC commissions are so well hidden that few investors even know they exist. [MoneySense]
The best way to dump an advisor and mutual funds
How to leave your mutual fund advisor to become a DIY investor [MoneySense]
Am I protected if my brokerage goes bankrupt?
There are many risks in investing, but the odds of losing your money as a result of your brokerage going bankrupt are extremely low. [MoneySense]
How much of my investments should be in gold?
While the yellow metal can lower your volatility, it will probably also reduce your expected return. [MoneySense]
Why Jane shouldn’t cash out on stock crash fears
Modest corrections are going to happen many times during your retirement, and you don’t want to be worrying about every one of them. [MoneySense]
How to transfer from an RRSP to a TFSA — and why you shouldn’t
Transferring a holdings from an RRSP would be considered a withdrawal and would be fully taxable as income. [MoneySense]
Amid market volatility, GICs can provide a much-needed refuge
GICs have a place in almost any balanced portfolio, where they can be a complement to bonds. [Globe and Mail]