While most Canadian investors have target dates for key life events such as marriage, buying a house, having children and retirement, fewer than half feel that their investments are structured to support these milestones, according to a new report.
BMO Financial Group, Toronto, Ont., published this finding in a summary of results from a January online survey of 1,523 Canadians. The survey was conducted by Leger Marketing’s online panel, LegerWeb.
Among the report’s conclusions:
Just under two-thirds (60%) of Canadian investors have time frames or target dates in mind to reach their financial goals.