When it comes to marketing at least, Kevin O'Leary knows what he's doing

2 responses

  1. Margeaux says:

    I’m glad to see you are keeping on his tail!

    Those who read your blog should also read your contribution to:


    Off topic: If I wished to take $20k – invest it for the kids future – should I contact a money manager?

    Thanks kindly

    • Mark McQueen says:

      Thanks for stopping by.

      I’m not licenced to give investment advice

      That said, some might say that the easiest thing to do is acquire shares in the stock of your Canadian bank (there’s usually a reason why you chose it over the others). Once you’ve bought the stock, whether in trust for the child or directly in your own name, have the certificate issued. Then apply to Computershare or whichever transfer agent the bank uses and ask for automatic dividend reinvestment. This is the most efficient way to bank that investment over the next few decades.

      Again, this is not my advice. Just a strategy that others might employ.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *