It's your money.
Keep more of it.
Learn to diy invest and retire richer.
Get three hours of one-on-one investing coaching for a $199
A Better Way to Save
- Investing doesn’t have to be hard. For $199, I’ll teach you how to manage your own investments. No B.S., no trying to sell you anything.
- This is not an online course that leaves you with more questions than answers. This is me sitting down with you in Unionville, ON to be your dedicated DIY investing coach.
- 3 hours for only $199 plus follow up questions.
- Money raised goes to the Markham-Stouffville Hospital Foundation.
My name is Larry:
- I am an Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT) and department head (business, tech, computers) for a public high school in Toronto.
- I graduated (HBA ’90) from the Ivey School of Business at Western University.
- I’ve been a successful DIY investor for over 20 years.
My teaching experience and education in finance at the Ivey School of Business have been very useful in teaching me about finance and investing.
Say Goodbye to High Fees - Learn to DIY
Can you learn to invest by yourself? It sounds a little scary. But for the vast majority of people, there really is nothing difficult or scary about Do-lt-Yourself Investing. What you are missing is knowledge. Knowledge is power!
Paying someone fees of 1.5 or 2% per year to manage your money is just far too expensive. After 40 years, you could end up paying half of all your savings in fees! Imagine having only $500,000 for retirement instead of $1,000,000.
Take the time to learn to invest your money youself. Millions have done it and millions more can do it with a little effort and time. The costs of ignoring this advice are just too high. Consider this simple plan.
If you want to be a successful D.I.Y. investor, you need to follow these 4 rules.
- Pay off all your debt, except mortgage debt, before investing (If your employer provides matching funds to your retirement plan, take them up on the offer even if you still have debt).
- Run down to your local bank and set up a self directed trading account. Do not accept the bank’s offer to sit down with an advisor.
- Instead go home and invest 10% of your income in low cost index funds. For young Canadians, this could be Vanguard’s VGRO which invests 80% in Canadian and world stocks and 20% in bonds.
- Repeat step 3 until you are 65 years old and ready to retire.