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to your advantage article What is an ITC?

What is an ETF?

What is a TSX?

What are the different types of ETFs?

How to buy and sell securities in an ETF What you need to know about ETFs in Canada: 1.

What is ITC (Investment Trust) trading?

1a.

What are ITC trading?

ITC stands for Investment Trust, which is a type of mutual fund that invests in stocks and mutual funds.

1b.

What does the term “Investment” mean?

 Investment refers to a specific type of asset, or investment company, such as stocks or mutual funds, which are listed on a particular stock exchange.

2.

What ETFs are offered in Canada?

2a.

 The ETFs that are offered by TSC are the most popular and have the highest fees.

The fees that TSC charges are typically between 1.5% and 2%.

2b.

There are many other ETFs, but the TSC ETFs account for the majority of the market in Canada.

3.

What’s the difference between a “Canadian” and an “American” ETF?

The “Canadian”-branded ETFs have the same exchange, broker and market data, but they also offer a variety of services, such the option to hold ETFs outside of Canada, a more limited time period for holding an ETF and, most importantly, an easier-to-use ETF portfolio management software.

4.

Is it safe to invest in an IETF?

4a.

Yes.

4b.

It’s best to understand the risks involved in buying and selling IETFs.

5.

What if I don’t understand the terms of an ETF or the risks?

5a.

There are lots of resources online to help you understand ETFs.

You can also reach out to the ETF administrator directly, or speak to an ETF expert in your community.

6.

Are ETFs tax-free?

6a.

ETFs generally don’t charge taxes on profits or gains from an ETF.

For example, the TSL exchange in Canada, for example, charges no fees for holding or selling an ETF that has traded in Canadian markets for less than 12 months.

If you are buying and holding an IFR, there may be a tax deduction, but you are likely to find out before you invest.

7.

What do I need to do if I want to buy an ITR in Canada from an IEC (International Exchange)?

7a.

IETF markets are traded in U.S. dollars.

A “US Dollar” is the Canadian dollar equivalent to $US.

Therefore, the purchase price of an Itrancion in Canada is US$50, while buying an ITrancion from an EIA market is US$.50.

What to do with a Canadian ITR: 7b.

If you bought an ITD or ETF from an international market, you will need to transfer the ITR to a Canadian account, and then make a claim to the TSN for tax purposes.

How much will it cost?

7c.

TSC charges between 1% and 5% for each ITranche you buy and hold.

You can purchase and hold as many ITranches as you want at the same time, with no taxes involved.

8.

What kind of ETF should I choose?

8a.

If the TSR is offering an ETF, you can buy a ETF from them.

However, if you have bought and held an ETF from the ITC, it may not be available to you.

When should I buy an ETF in Canada and when should I sell it?

9.

What should I do if my ITrac funds aren’t working?

10.

If my ITC funds aren- Working, what do I do?

It’s important to be careful about using ITC Funds that have not yet started trading.

11.

What happens if I buy from an account in another country?

The TSC will not reimburse you if you withdraw funds from the TTS and use them to buy from another country.

12.

What can I do with my ITR?

13.

Are there any fees to buying and/or selling ITRs?