Start Investing the Easy Way
We’ve simplified online investing so you can reach your financial goals sooner. With the expertise of our dedicated Portfolio Advisors, you can invest your money in a TFSA, RRSP and a non-registered account – leaving all the investing work to us.
How Does It Work?
What is RBC InvestEase?
Find out more about how InvestEase can help you manage your investments.
Get Guidance if You Need It
Our experienced and accredited Portfolio Advisors are here to guide you, whether you have questions or you just want to discuss your investment plan.
We recommend a portfolio based on your responses to the online questionnaire about your investment goals, time period and risk tolerance.
RBC InvestEase portfolios include cash and low-cost exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to provide a well-diversified asset mix with fixed income and equities.
An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is similar to a mutual fund, except an ETF trades like a stock on an exchange. Similar to a mutual fund, an investor buys units in an ETF to own a proportional interest of a pool of assets such as stocks or bonds. With ETFs, investors have an opportunity to access a broad range of assets at low costs.
During our pilot, you can open a non-registered investment account, a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) and a Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA). Even though you may already have other non-registered or registered accounts with RBC, you’ll need to open a new account.
During the pilot, RBC InvestEase can accept money from any Canadian chequing, Savings and Investment account.
Your investment portfolio may become unbalanced with too much of one asset and too little of another over time. When this happens, RBC InvestEase keeps you on track by buying or selling the required ETF units to bring you back to your original asset mix.
I'm Ready. Let's Get Started!
Answer a few questions and we’ll create a personalized portfolio recommendation for you. This will take only a few minutes – we promise!Get Started
Right now, RBC InvestEase is only available to residents of Alberta, Ontario and Saskatchewan who are 18 years of age and older.