A worker adds lithium-ion battery cells at an Alliant Energy energy storage system in Decorah, Iowa, on Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2021 (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette via AP)

Canada and the challenge of the climate tech revolution

Navdeep Bains and Elder C. Marques: The challenges ahead are big and urgent and they’ll require courage and leadership from both business and government

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How robo-advisors help you ride out the investment roller coaster

New tools help emotions from getting in the way of smart financial decisions

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RRSP and Investment Guide

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For those with extra cash, rainy-day savings such as an emergency fund, a TFSA or an education fund, like an RESP, can be smart investments (Paul Chiasson/CP)

What to do with all the cash you’ve saved during the pandemic

A surprising side effect of the pandemic is the largest cash hoard in history. Here’s what Canada’s suddenly prolific savers should do with all that money.

After months of research, Randelovic quit his job to focus on day trading just before COVID hit; ‘I’ve had to become comfortable with losing,’ he says (no credit)

The life of a pandemic day trader

A booming market, the promise of easy riches—what could go wrong?!

The New York Stock Exchange NYSE partially reopened its trading floor after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic (Xinhua/Wang Ying via Getty Images)

The world is in turmoil. And the stock market is… fine?

Many investors are still feeling bullish about the economy, despite all the volatility. Here’s what’s driving the market’s rosy outlook.

Millennials are demanding responsible investments, and big finance is listening

As their net worth grows, younger people want their investments to match their moral and political values. What are their options?

It’s a scary world, but for investors fear can be a dangerous emotion

Stock markets tumbled after news of the coronavirus’s spread. But we’ve been here before and markets always bounce back. Experts share their advice for the worriers.

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Is real estate still a good investment for Canadians?

We shouldn’t be making property investment decisions based on headlines.

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Will a national securities regulator really help Canadian investors?

More works needs to be done before investors can celebrate the creation of a single regulator

Why the weed stock boom is about to bust

While there is long-term potential, investors should wait at least a year before even considering buying into the sector.

Could you become a millionaire by investing the minimum wage hike?

For a full-time employee working 40 hours per week, the wage increase would amount to $31,200 from $24,128