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Financial Links & Resources
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1 BigCharts
Free quotes, charts and analyses on stocks listed across North American exchanges.
2 BMO Mortgage Solutions
BMO offers a wealth of helpful information on purchasing a home. Links to sections such as First-Time Homebuyers, Payment Options and Mortgage Glossary are must-reads for novice house hunters.
3 Frugal Shopper Canada
This catchall site, with a dozen partner links, is a bargain-lover's paradise. Smart shoppers and cheapskates alike will find money-saving tips, coupons and freebies for everything from groceries, books, furniture, clothes and techie toys, to name just a few. Even time-saving, cost-cutting kitchen tips are thrown into the mix.
4 globefund.com
Helpful resource for stocks and mutual fund research
5 globeinvestor.com
Great site for checking out the track record of companies and mutual funds.
6 InvestorED.ca
A wealth of practical investing information.
7 Morningstar
Great site for checking out the track record of companies and mutual funds.
8 The Motley Fool
No wonder this U.S.-based website caught on so quickly with Canadian investors. Authors David and Tom Gardner's folksy, humourous, unconventional style makes this site very accessible for both novice and professional investors. Expect to be entertained while you pick up smart tips ranging from controlling debt to choosing stocks.
9 ShareOwner
This site allows you to painlessly buy your favourite stocks. For a commission of just $9 per security, with no minimum investment amount, you can buy shares for as little as $25 a month. Through small dollar-cost averaging purchases, you can easily build up a stock portfolio over the years.