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Haman Mamdouhi, of Toronto, is shown in this handout photo. Mamdouhi says new investors should keep tax implications in mind before reaping profits. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO

Made a bundle from GameStop? Time to think about how it will affect your taxes

The onus is on traders and investors to keep track of their investments

 

A White Rock senior who lost her retirement savings through ‘low-risk’ investing is among 146 clients of a Surrey-based financial firm that’s alleged to have violated the B.C. Securities Act.(File photo)

BCSC alleges Surrey-based firm violated Securities Act

White Rock senior who lost her retirement savings among 146 clients affected

 

(The Canadian Press)

Canadians have some domestic options to invest in COVID buzz, says biotech CEO

Relatively few Canadians do invest in U.S. biopharma, according to financial data firm Refinitiv

 

Tanya Wilson, a Surrey-based financial advisor with Raymond James Ltd., says clients are less likely to make emotional mistakes when they can see the long-term plan, and know they’ve planned for all contingencies.

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  • Jul 13, 2020
Tanya Wilson, a Surrey-based financial advisor with Raymond James Ltd., says clients are less likely to make emotional mistakes when they can see the long-term plan, and know they’ve planned for all contingencies.