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April 14, 2024
1:09 pm
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RetirEd said
Freida: Webb's rehashing the plot of Jack London's 1908 novel, "The Iron Heel." He throws in a lot of new financial elements, plenty of conspiracy theories and some basic falsehoods and misrepresentations.

Very interesting. RetirEd.

I read just now, that the political commentary by authors was popular at that time (1907), and earlier. Including H.G.Wells, which he mentions somehow in the book.

I hadn't considered that Webb's work would be in this same vein. I appreciate your reply.

I don't know if that was the top for gold, but sold some CEF and am moving it into HISA.

April 14, 2024
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Doug said

Many would consider Canada to be a socialist country, certainly a democratic one. sf-cool  

Nah. Socialism = public ownership of means of production. Canadian farmers own their land and tractors (and produce more food than Canada consumes). TD Bank shareholders own the bank. Nutrien - ditto. Suncor, Imperial Oil… You get my point. These companies generate Canada’s wealth and taxes which are then used to fund healthcare, schools, etc but its privately owned businesses that generate wealth.

Canada is a high tax/high welfare country. That’s the term. No need to borrow another word with a different meaning.

April 28, 2024
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It looks like iTrade is offering ISA from National (e.g. NBC201 - F-series (USD)) and ManuLife (MIP611 - F-Series (USD) but no ISAs from CIBC or RBC. Does have anybody experience in buying ISAs other than from Scotiobank online at iTrade?

April 28, 2024
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Fritz23 said
It looks like iTrade is offering ISA from National (e.g. NBC201 - F-series (USD)) and ManuLife (MIP611 - F-Series (USD) but no ISAs from CIBC or RBC. Does have anybody experience in buying ISAs other than from Scotiobank online at iTrade?  

No experience and never considered looking at anything other than the Scotia ones. I don't imagine there should be any differences in buy/sell transactions than Scotia's own ISAs.

April 29, 2024
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Fritz23 said It looks like iTrade is offering ISA from National (e.g. NBC201 - F-series (USD)) and ManuLife (MIP611 - F-Series (USD) but no ISAs from CIBC or RBC. Does have anybody experience in buying ISAs other than from Scotiobank online at iTrade?  

I was able to buy RBF2010 without any trouble

April 30, 2024
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When does an ISA start to compound interest? On the day I bought/traded or on the settlement date? Thanks

April 30, 2024
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Fritz23 said
When does an ISA start to compound interest? On the day I bought/traded or on the settlement date? Thanks  

I will say settlement date because that is the date you pay for it. It is 'contracted' on the day you place the order and it is 'filled' T+1.

May 15, 2024
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Rates stable since last update:

ISA (Canadian Dollars) Rate
BMO High Interest Savings Account (BMT104) 4.75%
Scotiabank Investment Savings Account, Series A (DYN6000)
Equitable High Interest Savings Account, Series A (EQB1000) 4.65%
Home Trust High Interest Savings Account, Class A (HOM100)
B2B Bank HIIA, Series A (BTB100) 4.55%
NBI Altamira CashPerformer Account, Series A (NBC100)
RBC Investment Savings Account, Series A (RBF2010)
Renaissance High Interest Savings Account, Series A (ATL5070)
TD Investment Savings Account, Series A (TDB8150)
Manulife Bank Investment Savings Account (MIP510) 4.50%
May 15, 2024
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Good to know.

Starting May 15, 2024, TDDI daily mutual fund order entry deadline will be extended from 3 p.m. ET to 4 p.m. ET. This extended deadline also applies to money market funds and Investment Savings Account (ISA) orders.

May 15, 2024
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And FWIW . . .

    TDDI USD ISA (TDB152) remains @ 4.90%

It's unlikely any of the ISA interest rates will go up any higher than they are now. And of course, it's just a matter of time before they'll slowly start to go Down.

Enjoy the ride, while it lasts. sf-smile

    Dean

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