How do you buy stocks in Canada?

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How to buy stocks in Canada as a new investor?

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  • New investors often shy away from investing in stocks because of lack of information.

  • You can invest in stocks in Canada through three different accounts: Tax-Free Savings Accounts, Registered Retirement Savings Plans, and Registered Education Savings Plans.

  • Ideally, you should review both fundamental and technical parameters before investing in a stock.

  • You can invest in stocks in Canada through either a big bank trading platform or an online brokerage.

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Hajra Omar
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Hajra Omar

Hajra is a full-time freelancer who writes about finance topics with the hope of making them accessible and easy to understand for her audience.

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