What is a CDR? CDR vs Fractional Shares – Canadian Depository Receipt

What is a CDR? A CDR or Canadian Depository Receipt is a security that is traded in Canada and in Canadian dollars, but it represents ownership in a company from another country. Currently you can find CDR’s for a lot of your favorite stocks like Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon and in a lot of cases they are a much better option than fractional shares. In this video I am going to explain what is a CDR? and I am going to compare the fees of using CDR vs Fractional Shares

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