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For another example of how automatic wash trading will work, check out this Canadian Money Forum post. She would put in a buy order for shares of VEA and the order will get filled. TD Waterhouse will automatically put in an order to sell units of TDB and wash the trades by setting the buy and sell rate on the transactions to the same value. You cannot sign up online and have to call in your request. This is very good.
It should be automatic. I guess we should be grateful for any improvement. I have a completely separate US brokerage account aside from my Canadian one. Carrick also published an article promoting global diversification on the weekend.
I do wish all brokers would move to a flat fee model for currency conversions. Competition is good for us. I do hope there is enough pressure on TDW to wash dividends as well. Currency does add one more level of complication to globally diversified portfolios. But past experience has clearly shown that direct holdings reduce portfolio volatility. And yes, currency conversions are pretty expensive, so investors should try and keep conversions to a minimum.
I try not to worry too much about currency issues…direct U. BTW — got my new site up and running Ram: Can some swaps or in kind USD contributions be made?
I just hate the idea of getting fleeced on currency conversion when the investor already holds the currencies required outside the RRSP. Investors can save on initial foreign currency conversions with the Norbert Gambit. However it probably comes out ahead if you are making significant US stock trades — but not for the majority of traders I would suspect. The flat-fee model will help investors who are adding to their US stock holdings.
Recall that typical currency conversions cost you 1. Anything over that is savings and a substantial one at that. Friday the 13th Edition. Friday the 13th Edition The Dividend Ninja. This article has 16 comments Mike Holman May 8, at 8: Now they need to work on lowering their high currency exchange fee. Canadian Couch Potato May 9, at 7: Viscount May 9, at 8: Phil S May 9, at 8: Canadian Capitalist May 9, at My Own Advisor May 9, at 9: Canadian Capitalist May 10, at The Dividend Ninja May 13, at Canadian Capitalist May 13, at November 11, — comments.
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