With the cost of living still stubbornly high, consumers are being forced to find new ways to get the most for their money. Shouldn’t the same apply to investing? High management fees associated with owning investment products can significantly erode returns and threaten financial goals, and that’s compelling people to step back and reconsider their investment strategies.
It’s true, a lot has happened in the three short years since Denarius Metals (TSXV: DSLV) (OTCQX: DNRSF), a company focused on the acquisition, exploration, and development of polymetallic mining projects, was founded. Over that time, the bulk of their attention has been directed towards Lomero, a historically producing high-grade copper, zinc, lead, gold and silver project in Spain.
With the possibility of a slowing economy and volatile markets on the horizon, TD Asset Management Inc. (TDAM) is shining a spotlight on two dividend exchange-traded funds (ETFs) designed to mitigate risk and generate the potential for better returns – the TD Q Canadian Dividend ETF (TQCD), and the TD Q Global Dividend ETF (TQGD).
While high interest savings account (HISA) ETFs have largely flown under the radar since their inception in Canada close to 10 years ago, interest rate spikes over the last year have landed these products in the investment spotlight for the first time.