A conversation with Wealthsimple’s Chief Investment Officer and resident economic genius about what’s happening in the market, how crazy things could get, and what you can do about it. (Hint: help everyone stay healthy.)
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Alec Young, at age 28, was on the proverbial treadmill: work a corporate job, blow your pay cheques on small luxuries, repeat. One day he decided to trade the treadmill for a bike. What happened next was unpredictable. Even to the grizzly bear.
He never wanted to be a professional boxer, he wanted to be a substitute teacher. Until his father got sick. The money story of the legendary five-time world champion, Olympic gold medalist, and one of the greatest pound-for-pound fighters in history.
Anastasia Soare arrived in America with, literally, zero dollars. She believed in hard work, and that people should care about the hair above their eyeballs. This is the story of her and her eyebrows.
Rachel DeLoache Williams’ relationship with Anna Delvey began over drinks and infrared saunas, but it ended with a $60,000 bill, a grand jury, and a new understanding of friendship and financial crime.
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We got the experts at Wealthsimple to answer the most crucial questions we are afraid to ask.
The deadline to do the smartest financial thing you can do this year — and for your future — is April 5.
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A guide to (what we know so far) about the UK's benefits, sick leave, taxes and other forms of financial relief in the age of Covid-19.
Can a $100 million investment help change the financial industry?
In ten episodes we make learning if, how, and when you should invest as painless, entertaining, and actually inspiring as possible.
We partnered with Jonathan Alric from the French electronic duo The Blaze to make a series of ads about the big, small, beautiful, life-changing moments that define our lives in 2019, and our futures.
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Say you’re a millennial who came of age right at the cusp of the Great Recession. Or you didn’t start investing because you were freaked out by that recession. Or you had student loans weighing you down. And now the ride is over. What to do if you missed the bull market?
Financial disruption has been coming fast and furious. In the midst, interest rates have been slashed to near zero. Here’s how to understand what that means, and what it’ll do to your mortgage, your savings account, and your investments.
We charted what our Canadian clients did on our Trade app as the price of TSLA rose roughly 40% in just two days last week. And what it showed us was how emotion and hype can affect not just the stock market but our individual bottom lines.
Anne Helen Petersen, journalist and author of the forthcoming book "Can’t Even: How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation", explains how things are different for the generation the world seems to love to hate.
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Today we challenge WS’s investment experts with a taste of their own medicine: If stocks have the best returns, and their risk is minimal if your timetable is long enough... why are there bonds in my portfolio?
We rounded up our Investment Advisers and asked them which things pretty much everyone wants to know.
Brian Byrnes, Wealthsimple’s money guy, tells you how to be just the right amount of brave with your money so you can reach your financial goals.
In this special edition, our guest Ms. Etiquette tackles the thorny task of dealing with a whole mess of people who want to hang out but don’t necessarily have the same budget.
Our columnist takes on the conundrum of wanting to be responsible but not being able to afford sustainable body wash and eco jeans. Hint: it’s not about what you buy.
Our columnist explores the slippery ethics of using payment apps, and how they can actually make dealing with money weirder.
Are you inundated with worthy (and not-so-) causes at work? Our columnist has one answer to the charity with a face (from the cubicle next to you) conundrum.