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Getting started with investing
There’s a lot to understand if you’re investing for the first time. With so many terms to learn and different ways to get started, even the thought of moving your money out of a day-to-day bank account and into investments can feel overwhelming.
But if you plan on retiring comfortably and achieving other financial goals along the way, the right investment strategy is essential to growing your money and making this possible.
This how-to investment guide will take you through the basics, so you can feel confident working with your Scotia advisor to create the right strategy for you.
Your Guide to Investing
Common investing questions
Ready to get started?
Now that you know the basics, you’re all set to meet with a Scotia advisor.
For your personalized financial plan, find an advisor and book a meeting at a branch near you.
Advice on how to plan for a financially secure retirement.
You don’t have to be a child’s legal guardian to open up an RESP. You can open one for the child of your partner or your sibling. We will walk you through how.