Investing is something that many Canadians shy away from; however, with the looming retirement crisis investing is a must for any Canadian with capital to spare.
(PRWEB) September 05, 2013
CanadaBanks.net announced today the re-launch of its investment guide (http://www.canadabanks.net/Investing.aspx). The goal is to help visitors learn more about different investment solutions and strategies that offer reasonable financial return.
Created by the content development team at CanadaBanks.net, the goal of the new section is to acknowledge and raise awareness of the increasing importance of investing in a complex global economy. CanadaBanks.net offers a wealth of information on diverse financial topics while the re-launched section is an-depth guide to sustainable investment strategies.
“Investing is something that many Canadians shy away from; however, with the looming retirement crisis investing is a must for any Canadian with capital to spare,” said John Williams, marketing consultant at CanadaBanks.net.
The new section helps visitors with diverse backgrounds to gain knowledge of popular investment solutions such as government bonds, mutual funds, money market accounts, and many others. The section features 30 in-depth articles that guide visitors through risk-reduction techniques, liquid investment solutions, and complex instruments for maximum total return. The changing investment landscape presents challenges and offers new opportunities. The relationship between developed and emerging economies has a huge impact on capital inflows and outflows. Domestically, aging populations are a problem in the developed countries. Canada is facing a retirement crisis, with millions of baby boomers to retire within the next decade. Investing in the right industries is a way to keep ahead of inflation and make profitable decisions. The re-launched guide features diverse solutions and vehicles for investors with different risk profiles.
The investment landscape has changed as a result of structural unemployment, new regulations, deleveraging, sluggish growth, and debt restructuring. Investments bear fruit even in a complex economic situation. However, many people ignore important aspects such as liquidity, taxes, risk level, duration, maturity, and others. They invest in real estate without taking into account factors such as the loan amount, relative illiquidity, duration, etc. Some people also overestimate their experience and timing abilities. Today, the financial markets are more volatile. It is important to follow new trends and gain knowledge of various investment products. The goal of the investment section is to educate the Canadian public and show visitors how to manage portfolio risk.
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