NSSC Blog: Before You Invest

Question of the Week – What is a Clearing House?

A clearing house is a third party that acts as a go-between for buyers and sellers in financial markets. They facilitate the exchange of payments involving securities or derivatives transactions. Clearing houses are also responsible for settling trading accounts, clearing trades, collecting and maintaining margin monies, regulating delivery, and reporting trading data.

Welcome to Financial Literacy Month!

November is Financial Literacy Month!

 Throughout the month our Twitter feed and Before You Invest Blog will be sharing new posts and information on clearing houses, short selling, and CEDIFs, as well as resharing evergreen content on equities, getting stared in investing, bonds, RESPs and risk. We’ll also be debuting our new online guide on Understanding Investment Fees.

Also be on the lookout for a new campaign from the CSA on ETF Facts.