Originally posted by Sugarphreak
Honestly though, I think the Advisor title is more appropriate than Adviser. CBC is just trying to make a story out of nothing here.
I think technically there is no difference between them in grammatical function, however for an actual position title, advisor is more formal than adviser.
"Jim is the site Supervisor"
Suggesting an official far reaching title that applies to many
"Jim is my Superviser"
Suggesting a specific title that applies to a single person or group not related to the intended audience of the sentence
Not sure why you wouldn't just Google before posting a reply. Superviser is spelt wrong (hence the red squiggly line under the word when typing) The correct spelling is Supervisor.
Anyway, I looked at my wife's statement from Manulife and they have Advisors so looks like everyone is doing this. I personally invest with Manulife but I do everything myself. My wife's rate of return was 6.4% last year, mine ranged from 9.7%-29%. As a side note my Crypto Currency investments earned over 300% and if you include the mining that I'm doing it's well over 700% best $3000 I've invested in my life.
Edit; This is just one more reason not to go with the big banks, they will cheat and steal from you every chance they get. People need to start fighting back and start costing the banks money, stick it to the man if you will. Ask yourself, what are you doing to "stick it to the man?" One way is I have a credit card with a bank out of Quebec, I carry a balance of -$1.00 ($1 credit). Since 2009 they have sent me a paper bill every month showing the credit, I get a little chuckle every month when the statement arrives, it must cost them $1 every month to send me this statement. Just one small example of many.
Last edited by Star1995 on 03-30-2017 at 12:56 AM
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