It’s back to school time for students of all ages. If you have kids, no matter their age, you may be thinking about their future and the large tuition bill they could be facing if they venture into post-secondary education.
NSSC Blog: Before You Invest
Our latest regulatory review of 2023 looks at all releases and notices issued by the Nova Scotia Securities Commission and the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) since May. It’s been a surprisingly busy spring and summer for securities regulators in 2023.
Another school year has begun which means the Nova Scotia Securities Commission is relaunching the Student Connections Program.
Our series on DIY investing concludes today with a look at cognitive biases that may be affecting your DIY investing behavior without you even knowing it. These biases not only affect how you buy and sell investments but also how long you may hold an investment.
Our series on DIY investing continues with a look at some of the common mistakes made by DIY investors. These mistakes can lead to potential investment losses, and cause investors to miss hitting their investment goals.
Our series on DIY investing continues with a look at what options you might face when getting started.
Welcome to Part 2 of our blog series on DIY investing. We got started last week with a look at the basic definition of DIY investing. This week we’ll look at some of the basic advantages and disadvantages of DIY investing. We’ll start with some of the advantages.
Do-it yourself, or DIY investing has exploded in popularity in recent years. In 2021 when a lot of the country was stuck at home because of the pandemic, 3.6 million Canadians opened DIY investing accounts. The Nova Scotia Securities Commission does not provide advice and subsequently we do not provide a recommendation for or against DIY investing.