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Rob Carrick’s cradle-to-frosh week RESP plan

Entrust the money for your child’s university education to the ever-unpredictable stock market?

Hell, yeah. If you’ve done the right thing and set up a registered education savings plan for a recently born child, then 90 or 100 per cent exposure to the stock market is not out of the question. Here’s an RESP investing plan based on the milestones of childhood: