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Browse hundreds of posts from Dan’s award-winning blog for information about all aspects of Couch Potato investing.

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Browse hundreds of posts from Dan’s award-winning blog for information about all aspects of Couch Potato investing.

TD e-Series Returns for 2021

In my last post I reviewed the returns of my model ETF portfolios in 2021. Now let's take a look at how the TD e-Series index mutual funds performed d [...]

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Couch Potato Portfolio Returns for 2021

Well, another year is in the books and it's time to review how investors fared if they used one of my model portfolios during 2021. Overall, the past [...]

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It’s Time to Reboot Your Portfolio

It’s been a while since the last new article appeared on the Canadian Couch Potato blog, and over two years since the last podcast. So I’m pleased to [...]

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How Do You Measure Your Rate of Return?

All investors care deeply about their returns, and with good reason. If you’re an active investor, you’ll want to compare the performance of your port [...]

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Inside the Horizons One-Ticket ETFs

Are asset allocation ETFs cheap, well-diversified and convenient? Absolutely. Are they optimally tax-efficient? Perhaps not, though any tax edge you m [...]

Inside TD’s One-Click ETF Portfolios

The ongoing popularity of asset allocation ETFs is undoubtedly a good thing—maybe even revolutionary. Canadians have enthusiastically embraced the one [...]

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Dude, Where’s My Distribution?

Investors using the TD e-Series mutual funds may have noticed an unusual episode at year-end. The TD International Index Fund (TDB911), which has been [...]

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TD e-Series Returns for 2020

The TD e-Series index mutual funds remain a useful alternative to the asset allocation ETFs that take centre stage in my model portfolios. Following o [...]

Couch Potato Portfolio Returns for 2020

Just about everyone was happy to wave goodbye to 2020. By the spring it was shaping up to be the worst year for markets since 2008: when the market to [...]