Finance professor sees payoff buying ETFs when times are gloomy


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In recent years, he has been buying more income securities — such as corporate bonds and the preferred shares of financial, utility and pipeline companies.

To maximize after-tax returns, he holds the bonds in his registered retirement savings plan or tax-free savings account. Dividends and capital gains are earned outside tax-sheltered accounts.

Just before the oil sector was blindsided by falling prices, he bought Enbridge Inc. At one point, the shares lost more than a third of their value.

He recommends investing in the broad market or a sector when all the news is gloomy. Want to be in Me and My Money?

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