InvestingForMe was developed out of a desire to help individual Canadians gain a greater knowledge, understanding, and control of their savings and investments. My goal is to provide visitors with easy access to up-to-date financial market information, education on financial topics, and the necessary financial tools to successfully analyze, monitor, and manage their individual savings and investments.
George Christison, founder of InvestingForMe, spent over 25 years in the estates and trusts industry and the full-service brokerage business helping people trying to wade through the complicated business of the investment world. He was often left with the feeling that Canadians could be better served if they just knew more and had access to better resources. InvestingForMe is his solution to that dilemma.
In the press...
Taking smart risks in volatile times - National Bank, Powering Your Ideas, December 22, 2016
Shopping for stocks? How to avoid a dud - The Globe and Mail, September 2016
Are your investments working hard for you in retirement? -The Globe and Mail, September 2016
Why the big short, or even smaller ones, are a bad idea for most investors - The Globe and Mail, February 2016
Two kinds of low-fee funds – which is better for you? - The Globe and Mail, February 2016
Don't fear the robo-advisor - Wealth Professional Magazine January 2016
Is cashing in investments to pay off debt ‘financially stupid’? - The Globe and Mail, January 20, 2016
Millennial daughter must take different financial path than mom - The Globe and Mail, September 22, 2015
For beginning traders, 10 tips from the pros - The Globe and Mail, January 26, 2015
Bonds are like vitamins – boring but very good for you - The Globe and Mail, October 9, 2014
Are 'robo advisors' the way of the future? - Yahoo Finance, September 29, 2014
How to avoid giving your kids a free ride in college or university - Financial Post, September 13, 2014
A plan for 40-year-old retirement virgins - Yahoo Finance, September 5, 2014
DIY investors might be pushing buy and sell buttons too much - The Globe and Mail, August 17, 2014