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Domenic Cammalleri

Financial Planner

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Building your financial future – together

I have been working in the financial services industry since 2012.  Prior to taking on the role of Financial Planner, I was a Financial Advisor in the Toronto area.  Since 2017, I have focused exclusively on financial planning and fostering strong client relationships. I hold a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Business Management from Ryerson University. I look forwarding to working with you to help you achieve your personal financial goals.

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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.

What the latest U.S. retail trends say about the economic reopening

There are signs the U.S. consumer is becoming more optimistic, even as COVID-19 concerns linger. Anthony Okolie speaks with Anita Bruinsma, Consumer Discretionary Analyst, TD Asset Management, about what the latest trends tell us about the economic reopening.

Day trading, taxes and the CRA: What you should know

Many people found the time in the past year to trade stocks more frequently at home. Unfortunately, day traders may face a bigger tax bill if they meet certain CRA criteria. Kim Parlee speaks with Georgia Swan, a Tax and Estate Planner with TD Wealth, about what investors should be wary of.

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.

Global financial markets react to COVID-19

The volatility of financial markets in the past week is a great example of one of the hardest things to understand when investing: the difference between risk and uncertainty.

Bracing for a debt tsunami: Ottawa navigates the pandemic-spending tide

Canada’s fiscal response to the COVID-19 pandemic has gone a long way in reducing the economic fallout. But it comes with a massive price tag. Anthony Okolie speaks with Omar Abdelrahman, Economist, TD Bank Group, about what we can expect in the upcoming 2021-22 Federal Budget.

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