The Canadian Couch Potato (CCP) is a popular blog run by a journalist named Dan Bortolotti. The site offers its own model portfolios, as well as other information of interest to investors. What's more, its portfolios are available for free, whereas access to MoneyGeek's regular porfolios cost $70/year.
Some readers have asked me what the differences are between MoneyGeek's and CCP's portfolios. In my view, there are 5 main differences.
1. Portfolio Variation
MoneyGeek offers 5 different regular portfolios. Each of these regular portfolios contains the same ETFs, but in different quantities. The portfolios differ ...