[Ep. 209] What You Should Know About Self-Directed Investing with Bruno Sandre

Happy Investor Education Month! You may not have that’s what October is…but it is! And that’s why I am currently doing a 5-part video series on my YouTube channel as well as doing a bonus episode for the podcast. For this episode, I’m interviewing Bruno Sandre, Associate Vice President of Client Education at TD Direct Investing.

As you can guess from his title, his role is all about improving the financial literacy of TD Direct Investing clients. He doesn’t sell any products, and actually TD Direct Investing can’t try to sway you to do anything when it comes to your investments because they are a discount brokerage. All a discount brokerage can do is provide the tools and platform you need to invest on your own. That being said, they can still provide free and unbiased education to clients, which they do in their Learning Centre which houses a bunch of video courses, masterclasses and webinars.

So, since Bruno knows quite a bit about educating people about investing, I wanted to have him on the show to do a deep dive on the topic of DIY investing, also known as self-directed investing.

Below are some links to videos, blog posts and the webinar that we mentioned in the episode.

Check Out Some of My Investing Blog Posts

Check Out Some of My Investing Videos

Watch My Webinar

I did a webinar last week with TD Direct Investing on how to boost your investing confidence, and it was so fun! If you missed the live webinar, you can still watch the replay!

Click here to watch the webinar replay

Follow TD Direct Investing

Want to learn how to get into self-directed investing? Or, what exactly DIY investing is? Then check out this podcast episode all about it!

[Ep. 209] What You Should Know About Self-Directed Investing with Bruno Sandre
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  • Sarah Milne

    I just wanted to thank you for creating your podcasts. Unfortunately, I listen on Google Play which doesn’t allow me to leave a review. I am nearly 40 but just started my RRSP last year and managed to save 5,000.00 in 2019. I appreciate your positivity and it might sound odd but I listen to your podcast when I go to the gym. I appreciate the positivity in your voice motivating me to exercise and save money rather than go shopping.

    • Jessica Moorhouse

      That’s amazing and thanks so much for the comment! I’m so glad my podcast has helped and congrats on all the huge progress you’ve made with your finances!

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