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Amy Legate-Wolfe

Amy is a stock junkie, who aims to help others get hooked as well by providing well-researched advice. After receiving a masters in journalism from Western University, Amy worked for Huff Post,, and Diply, while freelancing for organizations such as the CBC.

Millennials: Top Tips for Bear Market Investing

It's an exciting time for millennials to start investing, but it can quickly go south. Keep these tips in mind before taking any large... More »

Warren Buffett’s Portfolio: DON’T Use It As a Template

Warren Buffett has brought in a lot of cash over the decades, but lately that's slowed. There seems to be one reason, and it's... More »

Here’s the Number 1 Threat to Your Portfolio

There is a lot of negative noise affecting your portfolio, but there is one threat that is making the most damage. Luckily, you can... More »

Critics to Warren Buffet: Your Top Advice Is Bogus

Warren Buffett received a lot of criticism the last few months as many stocks saw huge gains and his investments shrink and remain the... More »

BREAKING: Student Emergency Grant Over — Now What?

The future of the Canada Student Service Grant (CSSG) is now uncertain, but there are other options for students to consider. More »

Millennials: You Really Do Have It the Worst

Millennials have three recessions behind us, but there is one thing we do have: time. So what should we do with it? More »

Investing $1,000 in These 3 Top TSX Stocks Would Be Genius Right Now

Another dip could be coming, that makes now the best time to juggle your portfolio to create a safe haven with top stocks. Even... More »

3 CERB Mistakes That Could Cost You

If you fall into any of these mistakes, the CRA could be asking for your cash back, or worse. So, it's best to look... More »

CRA to Parents: Claim $3,253.25 in Extra Monthly Income

There are a number of benefits parents can take advantage of during this financial downturn, and not all of them are obvious. Make sure... More »

Students: Invest $13,000 Benefit in This REIT That Pays $1173/Year

Students can receive up to $13,000 in benefits, but you can turn that into even more if you consider buying up stocks that offer... More »