If it sounds too good to be true …
Fido provides a choice of money markets for one’s core (trading account). Yielding 0. The advantage is money market funds aren’t restricted by Fido as to how often you can can trade in and out,
My understanding (perhaps wrong) is that ETFs also have no restrictions on trading (and no fees). In that case, why not select an ultra short, short term corporate, or other ETF and maybe earn an extra percent? FLDR may not be the best option, but I’ll toss it out as one posdibility.
Am I missing something?