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Andrew Hallam

Andrew Hallam

Andrew Hallam

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A Couch Potato ETF is long overdue

By following Couch Potato models, investors could cut management costs, rebalance without speculating and earn better returns

Jun 17, 2015

Blended ETFs could help you outperform most index fund investors

Instead of adding regularly to their investments or just buying and holding, investors often try to guess when to buy and sell, leading them to underperform the very funds they own. First Asset and iShares Canada may have solutions to this madness with portfolios of indexes wrapped up in a single exchange-traded fund. Such ETFs might protect investors from themselves

Jun 07, 2015

Ten years in, controversial index proves its worth

Rob Arnott’s Fundamental Index – which weights companies on their profitability, not market cap – has show its value over 10 years. Over the most recent five years, however, results are mixed

Mar 25, 2015

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Andrew Hallam is the author of the best-selling book Millionaire teacher: The nine rules of wealth you should have learned in school. Raised in British Columbia, he now teaches personal finance at Singapore American School -- and built a million-dollar investment portfolio on a teacher’s salary.

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