Financial Skills for the Real World Series: Introduction to Investing


Maass Chemistry Building Room 217, 801 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 0B8, CA

Do TFSAs, RRSPs, GICs, and ETFs sound like a foreign language? Do you equate investing in the stock market to a game of chance? Join us for this insightful workshop brought to you by the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada and learn how better managing your finances today can lead to a more prosperous future.


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Learning Outcomes:

  • Develop a basic understanding of various financial investment vehicles (stocks, bonds, GICs, ETFs, mutual funds, etc.) as well as their most common risks and benefits.
  • Identify key features of different types of accounts (TFSAs, RRSPs, and margin accounts).


*Students attending the Budgeting & Expense Planning, Managing Your Debt, Credit Scores & Identity Theft, and Introduction to Investing sessions in full will receive an official FCAC workshop participation certificate.

Other workshops in the series

Budgeting & Expense Planning 

January 22
Managing Your Debt January 24
Credit Scores & Identity Theft January 29
Introduction to Investing January 31
Income Taxes February 12
Investing & Taxation February 14
Prospectus & Fund Facts February 19
Introduction to Cryptocurrencies February 21
Portfolio Balancing February 26
Advisors & Financial Planning February 28
Children & Your Money March 12
Insurance & Estate Planning March 14
Housing I March 19
Housing II March 21

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