NASDAQ:QQQ (PowerShares QQQ Trust, Series 1)

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The investment seeks investment results that generally correspond to the price and yield performance of the index.

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Stocks for Beginners

2 Interesting ETFs to Buy for Passive Investing

ETFs are a simple and low-cost way for investors to invest passively for the long haul. Currently, QQQ and XRE…

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XQQ vs. QQQ: Should Canadians Buy CAD- or USD-Listed NASDAQ 100 ETFs?

The NASDAQ 100 is a great long-term, low-cost, high-growth investment.

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Investing

NASDAQ 100 ETFs: Should Canadians Buy Hedged or Unhedged?

Canadian investors can buy hedged and unhedged versions of NASDAQ 100 ETFs. Here’s how to decide which to choose.

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NASDAQ Bear Market: Here Are 2 Ways to Buy the Dip

The recent NASDAQ bear market is a great time for investors to start aggressively accumulating stocks.

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Stocks for Beginners

Want to Invest in the NASDAQ as a Canadian? Here Are 2 Ways You Can

The NASDAQ 100 Index is a fantastic long-term buy-and-hold for your portfolio, with several ETFs offering affordable, easy exposure.

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2 Tech ETFs to Buy After the Tech Sell-Off

Take advantage of the bear run for the tech sector by investing in these two ETFs to enjoy the returns…

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Tech Stock Crash: The 3 Best ETFs to Buy Today

Take advantage of the tech stock crash by averaging into the best tech ETFs. Doing so makes it much easier…

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Stocks for Beginners

2 Low-Fee, High-Growth U.S. ETFs to Buy and Hold in Your RRSP

U.S. ETFs can be an excellent way to capture high growth with low fees, especially when held in your RRSP.

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