HDIF & HRIF grow holdings with addition of Travel Income ETF
TRVI added to the multi-sector portfolios, to augment diversification while delivering high income.
Why technology + income can suit an uncertain market
Markets are hesitant, but large-cap tech has been resilient. Learn why large-cap technology with an income strategy can help investors now
Decision making as a business leader, in crises and day to day
Leading in a business demands difficult decisions. Sometimes a crisis forces tough decisions, but don’t underestimate the…
A focus on Brand Leaders for Canadian Investors
The Harvest Brand Leaders Plus Income ETF (HBF) combines high income with a portfolio of the world’s biggest brands. Learn about it here.
Tax efficient retirement income for savings outside registered accounts
Non-registered accounts lack the tax efficiency of RRSPs, but one strategy can help deliver tax-efficient…
How Covered Call ETFs can serve Ultra High Net Worth Investors
Investor category has unique needs and priorities, some of which can be well served…
Investing in the health care sector—better returns than tech?
Are health care stocks the new tech stocks? They could be, in more ways than one. We look at opportunities for equities investors.
Hiring Excellence at one of Canada’s Top Growing Businesses
Harvest ETFs is in a rapid growth stage, and…
Equity income leader launches new ETF for covered call option cashflow
Harvest Diversified Equity Income ETF offers the same underlying…
A High Income Travel ETF
Harvest ETFs builds on the success of Canada’s first Travel ETF to launch an income strategy with a 10.4% initial target yield.
A volatility play for the US bank sector
Portfolio Manager explains why US banks have struggled, where opportunities might appear, and…
How can Canadians afford retirement and leave an inheritance?
Certain ETFs can pay high income, helping to preserve principal savings for an inheritance while financing…
Why we see positivity in Travel stocks?
Portfolio manager of Canadian travel ETF explains why travel stocks are experiencing a rebound
How a US-EU regulatory “arms race” can benefit clean energy investors
The world’s two largest economies are outdoing each other to make business easier for clean…
Get paid to wait—is now an opportunity to invest in tech stocks?
For investors thinking about buying tech stocks while prices are down, here’s another approach to consider: tech-focused ETFs with…
Why HDIF has become a standout ETF for Canadian investors
Multi-sector ETF combines widely diversified holdings with high…
3 Ways to Recession-Proof Your RRIF
If rising inflation and interest rates have put a dent in your retirement savings, consider these investment strategies to get back on track.
Hedged vs Unhedged ETFs explained | ETFs
Currency hedging can impact an ETF’s price and overall performance, learn about hedged and unhedged…
Three Retirement Considerations after the RRSP deadline passes | ETFs
RRSP contributions can help Canadians save for retirement, but…
Why Healthcare could lead this market cycle | HHL
Chief Investment Officer explains why this massive sector has the right mix of styles and innovation to show…
What are call options? Why should retirees care about them?
Call options are a type of financial contract that investors can buy and sell. Here’s how they can help…
Why this Travel ETF has taken off in 2023 | ETFs
Positivity for Travel & Leisure sector in a time when other consumer cyclical sectors have weakened…
Three key considerations for RRSP season 2023 | ETFs
These three factors can be useful for advisors and individual investors to…
What do high interest rates mean for retirement savings?
Investors are looking for relief after a tough year in the markets. Here’s what to consider while we wait for inflation and rate hikes to subside.
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