MoneySense magazine launches MoneySense.ca, Canada's personal finance website
Dec 21, 2009
Canada's best-selling personal finance magazine is launching a new site packed with trusted information on financial planning, investing, retirement, real estate and more
To that end, today, MoneySense, Canada's best-selling personal finance magazine, has launched www.MoneySense.ca, a site packed with exclusive features, smart advice, quick tips, personal stories, tools, and much more.
Moneysense.ca will include features with exclusive MoneySense research and insight in order to help Canadians protect and grow their wealth. Included in the site will be this year's Top 500 U.S. Stocks, Canada's best U.S. stock ranking. (Last year's All-Stars posted a 24% gain.) The Top 200 Canadian Stocks will be available
ETFs, pensions, lotteries
With hundreds of ETFs in the marketplace, the Complete Couch Potato Roadmap will show site visitors which ones are right for their needs. Plus, see if your pension is in trouble with ratings on the 188 largest public Canadian company plans. And for fun, check out rankings of Canadian lotteries, rated by the odds of winning, or the interactive map, detailing where in the world to lower your risk and boost your returns.
Investing, real estate, financial planning
MoneySense.ca will also feature the new blogs In the Money and Getting Started, from Bryan Borzykowski and Rob Gerlsbeck. Designed for Canadians who are just starting to take control of their finances, Senior Editor Rob Gerlsbeck's blog will give you practical advice on investing, real estate and financial planning.
MoneySense.ca is proud to relaunch its website with the support of TD
About MoneySense: MoneySense is Canada's personal finance and lifestyle magazine. Packed with smart features, practical advice and easy-to-follow financial tips on everything from home improvement to mutual funds, an average MoneySense issue attracts 892,000 Canadians on the lookout for new ways to save, invest and spend. MoneySense.ca is Canada's best all-around personal finance Web site.
For further information: Louise Leger, (416) 764-4125, firstname.lastname@example.org