Hi. This is my first response. Hello everyone.Information is so important and I have found two useful sources.For mutual funds, go to The Fund Library website at http://www.fundlib.com . It is free and they will provide detailed information for you on: Your personal portfolio Mutual fund companies On line brochures press releases Fund Watch Fund prices Referral guide to financial planners Other Internet links BooksWell worth the visit.In addition, The Investor Learning Centre in Toronto is located at 121 King Street West, 15th floor, Toronto, ON M5H 3T9 Phone 416 364 6666 or Fax 416 364 9315. They do not have a website. They are open only Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and they ar very helpful with any investing request. But they have a Bulletin which does provide (believe it or not) 7 pages of internet websites, all to do with investing and finances. Ask for it.Incidentally, I am waiting also for a correction. 50% of my portfolio is in cash and the rest is in mutual fund money funds. The 50% in mutual fund money funds is the result of my obligating myself to a back end load arrangement before I saw the benefits of investing in stock. I am preparing myself now to invest in the Dogs of the TSE (is this the name given to the ten highest yielding stocks on the TSE35?) by sending away for information on the 12 top yielding stocks as of October 25. The references to the Money Saver articles were very useful. Thank you technopeasant.
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