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National Investor Research Study

Canadians aged 18-34 are the most likely to believe their standard of living will increase in retirement, despite being the least likely to have started saving for retirement of any age group.

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MISSING OUT: Millenials and the Market

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.

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MISSING OUT: Report and Resources

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.

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Investing as we age

This survey aims to better understand the financial knowledge, attitudes and behaviours of Ontarians who are 45 years or older or approaching this demographic.

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Retirement Readiness: Canadians 50+

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.

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Investor risk, behaviour and beliefs

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.

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