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The latest news, ETF updates, insights and multimedia content from Harvest ETFs. Here you can find specific ETF and sector comments from portfolio managers, media appearances featuring Harvest ETFs’ spokespeople and corporate leaders, as well as Harvest podcasts and videos.

3 Things to Know About the RRSP Contribution Deadline

3 Things to Know About the RRSP Contribution Deadline

By Ambrose O’Callaghan A Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) is a registered account that is offered to Canadian citizens that is designed to help them save and better prepare for their eventual retirement. This registered account was first introduced in 1957 to...

Harvest ETFs in 2023: A Year in Review

Harvest ETFs in 2023: A Year in Review

By Ambrose O'Callaghan Harvest ETFs in 2023: A Year in Review The past year has been a hectic one for Canadian investors. However, despite the turbulence, the S&P/TSX Composite Index was still up 5.1% so far in 2023 as of close on Wednesday, December 13. Canadian...

When Should You Invest in Bonds?

When Should You Invest in Bonds?

By Ambrose O'Callaghan When Should You Invest in Bonds? Bonds were viewed as a conservative, even boring, asset class coming into the latter half of the 2000s. However, the 2007-2008 financial crisis changed that viewpoint. Bonds significantly outperformed stocks over...

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