In this webinar, MD discusses the 2018 federal budget and its implications for Canadian physicians and their families.
One Resident’s Plan to Get Financially Fit
When Dr. Sarah Liu (not her real name), 26, graduated from the School of Medicine at Queen’s University in ...
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Winter 2018/2019: Designing portfolios with downside protection
Edward Golding and Mark Fairbairn, Assistant Vice Presidents with the Investment Management and Strategy team discuss downside protection, how it is achieved and MD’s approach to creating investor val
Winter 2018/2019: Why Is Everyone Always Talking About The Yield Curve?
Please join Marija Majdoub, Vice President with the Investment Management and Strategy team here at MD as she chats with Ian Taylor, Assistant Vice President about the yield curve—what it is, why it’s
Last-minute RRSP tips for physicians on the go
Here are some last minute RRSP tips for physicians, including contribution deadline, contribution limit and advice around spousal RRSPs.
Optimizing your RRSP strategy according to your career stage
Your RRSP strategy will be different, depending on whether you’re a medical student, resident, practising physician or retired
Winter 2018/2019 market outlook: Seeing opportunities in 2019
Market volatility has returned, causing global markets to finish lower in 2018. We believe this end-of-year sell-off was overdone.
Bricks, mortar and commercial real estate
While it can be daunting to invest directly in commercial real estate, a private real estate pool can give access to global properties that are neither publicly owned nor traded.
Positioning for market volatility
MD funds are designed to outperform and smooth out the ride. Vice President, Craig Maddock details how we’ve done.
Introducing MD Precision Index Portfolios™
Peace, order and good dividends: Bank stocks offer a calming touch
As an industry, Canadian banks have shown amazing resilience through volatile markets.
Incorporated physicians and RRSPs: The impact of the new passive income rules
Incorporated physicians can save for retirement through their corporation and RRSPs. The new passive income rules could impact your strategy.
Four tips to help you manage your finances
For new in practice physicians, setting up a debt repayment plan – and tracking where money is being spent – is a crucial step toward financial well-being. Now that you’re finally making an income,
Financing your education
The cost of your medical education will depend on the school you attend and your personal living expenses—both of which vary significantly across the country. And the amount of debt you graduate with
Investment Podcast: The way Walter Scott & Partners Ltd. invests
How to Succeed in a Wide Range of Market Conditions
When selecting a fund manager, look for their ability to perform in all market conditions.
How Alternative Investments Can Help Diversify and Manage Volatility in Your Portfolio
One of the biggest benefits of alternative investments is offering effective portfolio diversification through low correlation.
A smart practice: Splitting income to keep more of your money
Income splitting is a tax strategy that allows a higher-income earning spouse to equalize their income with their lower-income earning partner to effectively lower their overall tax bill.
Sector Scan: A hot day in Paris
The risks of climate change are real. Here’s how the power sector and other industries are moving quickly to reduce carbon emissions—and why that’s good news for you as an investor
No big surprise as U.S. Fed holds rate steady
The U.S. Federal Reserve decided to keep their target interest rate range at 2.00% - 2.25%. But we can expect further hikes soon as the Fed makes it clear that economic conditions warrant it.
Fall 2018: Macroeconomic Review