My Weekly Videos

They definitely aren't all on here, but you can find every video I have ever done on YouTube or Facebook and check here every week to see what I am talking about.

I try my very best to cover topics that I think average Canadians need to understand and I try my best to make my videos entertaining and easy to understand. Most of the time, I wish they were a bit shorter, but it's hard for me to get a bunch of information in really quickly, because I don't talk at a very rapid pace.

My goal with the videos is two-fold:

1. If someone were to watch them all, they would basically have all of the financial know-how that they'll ever need. Once I cover all the topics I plan to cover, that is.

2. It allows my viewers to get to know me and if you decide that you like the cut-of-my-jib and feel as though you can trust me, it will give you the confidence to contact me and ask for my professional help.

I know my personality and style isn't for everyone and I'm okay with that. I decided to do it my way, because it makes me happy and I know that my way is a better way for all Canadians to keep more of their hard-earned money.

This is easily the objection I hear the most from people and I am here to explain why it isn't an actual concern you should have. Once you overcome this fear, you'll save thousands in fees.

I'm about to show you a way to instantly check to see if my investment strategy has been outperforming the one your advisor has suggested.

The dangers of following the crowd. Aurora is just a good example for today.

A real world example of how people can actually save tax dollars every year by tax planning their accounts.

Taking calculated risks with your investments can drastically increase the performance of your portfolio over time.