Video Library

Welcome to the video library for investing. Virtually all of the videos included here are retrieved from an amazing investment education website in the United States - Investopedia. Although Investopedia is an American website, they have done a tremendous job of explaining the various investing topics in a very easy and generic fashion. Their approach makes the information user friendly and very useful for Canadian investors.  

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Video: Investing Definitions

  • What is Corporate Structure? - Investopedia
  • What is a Stock? - Investopedia
  • What is a Bond? - Investopedia
  • What is a Mutual Fund? - Investopedia
  • What is an Exchange Traded Fund? - Investopedia
  • What are Leveraged ETFs? - Investopdeia
  • What is the Difference between Stocks vs Bonds? - Investopedia
  • What is Real Estate Investment? - Investopedia
  • What is Life Insurance? - Investopedia
  • What are Hedge Funds? - Investopedia
  • What are Dividends? - Investopedia
  • What is a Dividend Yield? - Investopedia
  • What is Earnings Per Share (EPS)? - Investopedia
  • What is Cash Flow? - Investopedia
  • What is Profit Margin? - Investopedia
  • What is Free Cash Flow? - Investopedia
  • What is Working Capital? - Investopedia
  • What is Book Value? - Investopedia
  • What is a Balance Sheet? - Investopedia
  • What is Enterprise Value (EV)? - Investopedia
  • What is a Mortgage? - Investopedia
  • What are Mortgage Backed Securities? - Investopedia
  • What is a Futures Contract? - Investopedia
  • What is Compound Interest? - Investopedia
  • What is the Consumer Price Index (CPI)? - Investopedia
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Video: Investing Ratios and Such

  • What is P/E (Price-Earnings) Ratio? - Investopedia
  • What is P/B (Price-to-Book) Ratio? - Investopedia
  • What is Return on Equity (ROE)? - Investopedia
  • What is Return on Assets (ROA)? - Investopedia
  • What is Return on Investment (ROI)? - Investopedia
  • What is Debt to Equity (DOE)? - Investopedia
  • What is Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)? - Investopedia

Video: Investing Concepts & Theories

  • What are Stock Market Bulls vs Bears? - Investopedia
  • What are the Top Uses for Bonds? - Investopedia

    Editor's Note: In Canada, there are no income tax benefits recieved on the interest payments for Municipal or Government Bonds. In Canada, all taxable bond interest income will be taxed at the highest marginal tax bracket for the holder. 

  • What are 3 Reasons to Buy Dividend Stocks? - Investopedia
  • What's the Difference Between Stop and Limit Orders? - Investopedia
  • Why Do Companies Care About Their Stock? - Investopedia
  • What are Elliot Waves? - Investopedia
  • What are the Top 3 Mistakes That Cause Traders to Fail? - Investopedia
  • What are 4 Reasons to Invest in ETFs? - Investopedia
  • How Much Life Insurance Do You Need? - Investopedia
  • Initial Public Offering (IPO) Explained - Investopedia
  • What is Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)? - Investopedia
  • What is a Ponzi Scheme? - Investopedia
  • What are Warning Signs of a Troubled Company? - Investopedia
  • What are Bollinger Bands? - Investopedia
  • How do ADR's Work? - Investopedia
  • What is Fundamental Analysis? - Investopedia
  • What is Inflation? - Investopedia
  • Micro vs Macroeconomics? - Investopedia
  • What is Monetary Inflation? - Investopedia
  • What is Risk Time Horizon? - Investopedia
  • Understanding Stock Splits - Investopedia
  • Introduction to Value Investing - Investopedia
  • What is a Beta? - Investopedia
  • How to Pick Your Investment Style - Investopedia
  • What is the Difference Between Active vs Passive ETFs? - Investopedia
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