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Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Another mutual fund....

I call TD yesterday to see if there was any fees related to the purchased of some units of the Sprott Canadian Equity Fund (SPR001) and there's none. I was told that for some funds TD charges fees and for other, they don't. Which I really don't understand, because I believe they get a compensation on a way or another from the company where individuals like myself purchase funds. I know how it works.

I don't really follow what I write on this blog. I first taught about the iShares, now stocks, and now back to mutual funds, when I just told myself I will not purchase mutual funds ever again... Anyway, that Sprott Canadian Equity Fund is a mine of gold and I would like to invest in it, even if the management fees are high (2.5%). And they also request that we keep the investment for 6 months, minimum investment is of 5 000$, which I currently have in my Waterhouse account. If not hold for 6 months, there's a penalty. But in case of need, I could always pick in my non RRSP mutual funds I have everywhere else. Because it's really investment all over the place. Like if I was willing to try anything kind of investment for money. This is the case. And it's really only for money.

But so far so good, as I stick to my 3 jobs to make near 800$ per week after taxes. I get kind of tease at one of the job. But I don't really care, as I never really care about what was going at my different work places. At one of my job, some idiots keep talking to me in English, while I am French and speak a some kind of broken English. Anyway, I don't pay too much attention, I reply in French. I don't care for anything else than the money I can make from different jobs. I am so not such difficult that everything is going very smoothly. And I am pretty good, as it been going on for a while now and money is coming like crazy, I just have to look at my expenses carefully.

After this investment (5 000$ in the Sprott Canadian Equity Fund, non RRSP), I won't be able to make any more investments for a while maybe, as I need to save 7 000$ for my RRSP of January 2008. And it will be good if I could pay off those stupid loan debts.

I feel lost in the finance world and stocks are tricky. Sprott Canadia Equity Fund appears to be a good solution. It's been well ranked by MorningStar even if the fund doesn't appear in the Analyst pick. Maybe because of its high fee. And it's also a bit volatile, but I am looking for a long-term investment. So now, I only have a phone call to place to make myself super rich with the Sprott Canadian Equity Fund. It is soooooo simple.

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