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Prime Canadian ETFs for this 12 months and past

Prime Canadian ETFs for this 12 months and past

What: Prime Canadian ETFs for this 12 months and past
Who: Bryan Borzykowski
When: Thursday, Could 26, 2022, 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. (EST)
The place: MoneyShow Canada Digital Expo

MoneyShow session on Canadian ETF picks

Over the past a number of years, Canada’s ETF market has exploded. There at the moment are extra merchandise to select from than ever earlier than, together with a wider vary of core index-hugging securities and extra thematic choices, corresponding to bitcoin and megatrend ETFs. With so many choices obtainable, it may be exhausting for buyers to know what ETFs to place into their portfolios.

Bryan Borzykowski, MoneySense columnist and creator of ETFs for Canadians for Dummies, will take a look at the make-up of the ETF market and can share, primarily based on MoneySense’s ETF All-Stars Report, what merchandise Canadians ought to take into account shopping for at this time.

Borzykowski is an award-winning enterprise journalist who has been writing about investing and finance for nicely over a decade. He’s written for the New York Instances, CNBC, BBC Capital, Wired, Washington Submit, Globe and Mail, MoneySense and lots of different main publications. He’s additionally the founder and editorial director of ALLCAPS Content material, an company that helps companies and organizations create editorial-style content material, has written a number of private finance books, together with ETFs for Canadian for Dummies, and seems recurrently on CTV Information Channel and SiriusXM radio. As nicely, he was the president of the Society for Advancing Enterprise Modifying and Writing, a world group of enterprise journalists, and he’s the present president of the Canadian Jewish Information.

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