Can Canadians invest in US stocks and bonds?

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Can Canadians invest in US stocks and bonds?

Rounding it up

  • Investing in US stocks is an important part of a diversified strategy but may involve complications the Canadian investor should be aware of.

  • If you decide to invest in an account other than a registered retirement account, your gains will be subject to foreign taxes.

  • You should also learn how to navigate — and avoid — foreign transaction fees as they can take a toll.

  • At the end of the day, investing in US stocks is worth your trouble, especially given the close relationship between the two countries.

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Dan Bucherer
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Dan Bucherer

Dan is a runner and writer living in the Washington, D.C. area, where he currently works for a financial services trade association as the Communications Director.

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