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Josh Miszk

Vice President of Investments, Invisor Investment Management Inc., an online financial advisor in Canada that provides personalized investment management services.

Josh Miszk is the Vice President of Investments at Invisor Investment Management Inc., an online financial advisor in Canada that provides personalized investment management services. Josh’s goal is to make it easier for young Canadians, like himself, to create a plan for their families and help them achieve their financial goals sooner.

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Why You Should Pay Attention To Costs When Investing

It's reasonable to pay fees to have your money managed, but there are a lot of unreasonable costs that have somehow made a home in the financial world and really only benefit a small group of middlemen who distribute investment products to advisors (and maybe the golf courses they belong to). Before identifying some key costs, let's look at what 1% savings can do on a portfolio. These are two identical portfolios invested for 30 years and growing at 6%. One has a 1% additional fee paid each year.
09/29/2016 02:40 EDT

CRM2: How Much Are you Paying In Investment Fees?

On July 15, 2016, the CRM2 regulation or the Client Relationship Model - Version 2, which outlines the regulations to improve the disclosure of investment performance, charges and compensation to clie...
07/27/2016 01:42 EDT
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The Dos And Don'ts Of Buying A New Home

Home buying season is officially here and when it comes to your finances there are dos and don'ts that come along with the often-overwhelming responsibility of taking on a new or higher mortgage. Here is a list of the top dos and don'ts to keep in mind when you're shopping for a home.
05/03/2016 03:53 EDT
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How To Save Money This Valentine's Day

In 2015, total Valentine's Day spending in the U.S. was expected to reach a staggering $18.9 billion. The holiday is an institution unto itself, with gifts often being purchased not just for romantic partners, but family members, friends, and co-workers. While the pressure to show your love can be overwhelming, Valentine's Day spending within your budget is possible.
02/04/2016 11:38 EST