John DeGoey CFP, Toronto Financial Advisor

Toronto Portfolio Manager John DeGoey of Burgeonvest-Bick Toronto

John DeGoey, CFP In The News

John is frequently quoted as a reliable and authoritative source in the national print media. What follows is only a sampling of articles where John has been quoted.



Role of the Media

Whether on BNN, in The Globe and Mail or in The National Post, John is one of the most quoted financial advisors in the country. People want to know what he is doing for his clients and how they might be able to apply similar principles for themselves.

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Three top picks from BBSL’s John DeGoey – August 21, 2015

Subtle Cracks

Three top ETF picks from BBSL’s John DeGoey

Top Picks from John DeGoey

Three top ETF picks from BBSL’s John DeGoey

An ETF to help Canadian investors avoid home bias – The Globe and Mail.

Top 50 Advisors: Canada’s Best Financial Advisors Revealed

Will new disclosure rules on advisor fees affect our love affair with mutual funds?

Mutual funds are as Canadian as hockey, doughnuts and snow. The big question is why

Canada’s trouble with investment advisers

Longer lifespans demand new investing approaches

Find the perfect financial planner

Preparing for the bear market in bonds

John comments on industry transparency

Coach Potato interview re: The Professional Financial Advisor III

John’s most recent ETF recommendations form BNN

Introduction to Dimensional Fund Advisors (DFA)

A history of John’s Articles for Canadian MoneySaver (similar to what we already have for

A podcast about The Professional Financial Advisor III done with the Globe and Mail’s Preet Banerjee

Advisor Credentials

The Professional Financial Advisor III Summaries

Understanding the importance of product cost

Being more professional and transparent

Combining ETFs with Fee-Based Advice

Global Diversification and Low Costs are Crucial


John DeGoey CFP, Vice President Burgeonvest-Bick Market Commentator

There are many in the investment industry who are uncomfortable with John’s view that capital markets are highly efficient and that it is improbable that any one person could reliable outperform as a result of security selection, market timing and the like. Nonetheless, the clear consensus found in verifiable evidence supports this position is correct. This commitment to evidence-based research sets John apart from many other commentators.

John’s investment philosophy is based on the idea of maximizing long-term, risk-adjusted, client-specific, after-tax and after-cost returns. There’s a lot that goes into portfolio design and management and John aims to maximize results while still respecting the individual preferences and perspectives of his various clients.