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Kenneth Vine

Investment Advisor

  • CFP®

Working together to help you achieve what truly matters to you

Ken has been working as an advisor in the investment and banking industry for over 15 years, working with clients to develop and implement customized, long-term, holistic financial plans to help people realize their financial dreams, whatever they may be.  Working closely with clients, he takes the time to get to know you and your goals using a detailed discovery process, where your goals, both financial and personal, are identified.  Ken can help develop and execute a financial plan that will address these goals, while considering risk, volatility and your personal circumstances.

On a personal note, Ken is married with two children.  He is very involved in family activities, which include rock climbing, skiing, swimming and biking.  He is happiest on top of a mountain looking down at unskied snow.

Vine Carter Wealth Advisory Group is a part of TD Wealth Private Investment Advice, a division of TD Waterhouse Canada Inc. which is a subsidiary of The Toronto-Dominion Bank.

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Branch Office: (403) 299-8600
Branch Fax: (403) 299-7984

 

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Market Commentary

Build your understanding of investment concepts and stay current with ongoing market trends. Choose from a variety of helpful daily, monthly, and quarterly newsletters and resources.

Canadian, U.S. jobs numbers disappoint, testing strength of recovery

Weak jobs reports in both Canada and the U.S. are raising questions about the strength of a post pandemic recovery. Anthony Okolie speaks with Sri Thanabalasingam, Senior Economist, TD Bank, about the results and what they mean for economic growth going forward.

TD Report: How your career can impact your investing style

A new study from TD Wealth reveals that people with volatile careers may also select riskier investments. Further, there's evidence those people may feel less satisfied with their retirement readiness. Authors Lisa Brenneman, Head of Behavioural Finance at TD Wealth, and Laura Goodyear, Research Coordinator at Behavioural Economics in Action at Rotman (BEAR), join Kim Parlee to discuss the findings and some ways investors may feel more confident about their goals.

TD Economics

The analysis covers the globe, with emphasis on Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia

Monthly Perspectives | 2020, We Hardly Knew Ye

Investors, eager for the spell of 2020 to be lifted, are now turning to a collection of annual outlooks to get a sense of when that's going to happen. Meanwhile, in our little corner of the world, we do our best here to discourage overreliance on such forecasts and instead focus on what we know for sure: how to make decisions when uncertain things occur.

The Risks We Take

Who we are and how we behave can have a big impact on the financial and investing risks we take. Here are a few details from the most recent TD Wealth Behavioural Finance Industry Report, 2021 - A Behavioural Perspective on Risk (the “study”). Consider these findings the next time you talk to your advisor.

Build back better: Ottawa tables multi-billion dollar budget

Ottawa released a federal budget aimed at leading the country through the COVID-19 crisis and to a post-pandemic economic recovery. Kim Parlee speaks with James Marple,  Senior Economist, TD Bank, about the government’s plans to build the economy back.

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