Cryptoassets are designed to serve a variety of purposes. The vast majority of Ontarians are approaching cryptoassets with caution.
The savings and investment
decisions that millennials make will have significant implications not only for themselves, but also for Ontario’s capital markets and its economy.
Top reasons non-investor millennials gave for avoiding investing included having other financial priorities, not having enough income or savings, not knowing enough about investing, and concerns about losing money in the markets.
This survey aims to better understand the financial knowledge, attitudes and behaviours of Ontarians who are 45 years or older or approaching this demographic.
Behavioural insights recognize how people actually behave versus traditional economic and market theory of people as rational actors.
This report examines the potential issues faced by senior investors around the world and how these can affect their interactions with financial services.
Seniors are an extremely important and growing segment of investors whose needs and issues demand attention. In June 2016 the Investor Office commissioned a national study of Canadians 50 years of age or older on pre- and post-retirement planning.
This report provides a compelling look at how Canadians handle – or don’t handle – risk, emotion, financial loss and decision-making when it comes to their investments.
This national study identifies the top financial concerns of older Canadians, particularly as they relate to retirement planning and living.
According to a survey conducted for the Investor Education Fund, Canadians are not saving enough for retirement.
Canadians believe that not having enough money coming in and owing too much are the top obstacles they face when it comes to managing their money and investing.
The 2012 Benchmarking Financial Knowledge Survey is a follow-up to a 2010 IEF study and highlights inroads in financial literacy and specific areas of financial education that need attention.