As more investors buy equities, gold’s safe-haven status is set to fade further next year.
Most people underinsure their art collections, make sure to use an insurance company that knows what it’s doing.
Investing in art has great tax and estate advantages. Here’s how to start collecting.
Whoever says paper assets are poor investments hasn’t considered comic books. Once regarded as disposable literature to keep kids busy, comics are now serious investments for millions of collectors.
Stories abound about tokens of childhood pursuits netting later-life windfalls. Collecting baseball cards is one obsession that’s consistently paid off. And if you play yours right, you can knock one right out of the park.
Collectible cars are rolling pieces of art that can be both enjoyed and exhibited. They can also be a safe place to park longer-term capital.
Financial services consultant Jeff Thompson* was crossing the U.S. border a few years ago when his vehicle was surrounded by armed border guards and his entire family ordered to step out. They told him his youngest son shared a name with a fugitive.
Every day, more than a thousand Canadian boomers turn 65. The trend is expected to continue for the next 17 years.
Choppy economic waters are rocking the retirement boat forcing an ever increasing number of Canadian retirees to return to the workforce. And a higher-than-expected inflation rate of 3.3%, as reported by Statistics Canada, doesn’t help matters.
Beauty may only be skin deep, but for Parham Aarabi, 36, it’s a multimillion-dollar business. His software lets users see the results of cosmetic corrections without the pain of the procedure.