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Michael Schaab, CFA Vice President, Portfolio Manager Thomas Holloway, CFA Fixed Income Analyst Interest rates have been at historic lows for the past several years, in part due to the U.S. government’s bond-buying program … Read full article
Michael Job, CFA Investment Funds Advisor/Portfolio Management Associate As a follow up to the piece we published last year titled, ETFs: Pros, Cons and Misconceptions, which compared ETFs to actively managed mutual funds we would like to … Read full article
Jerry Koonar, CFA Vice President, Portfolio Manager What the brochures and emails don’t include are the answers to the hard questions every investor should ask when deciding who will manage their investments. It’s up to investors to … Read full article
Karey Irwin, CFP Vice President, Investment Funds Jerry Koonar, CFA Vice President, Portfolio Manager Fees matter. In a good market investors have a tendency to ignore them and in challenging markets they are scrutinized, … Read full article
Nick Szucs, CFA Canadian Equity Analyst In recent months, one of the big stories in capital markets has undoubtedly been how gold is losing its lustre. Just look at the 35-per-cent collapse in the S&P/TSX Gold Index … Read full article
Michael Job, CFA Investment Funds Advisor/Portfolio Management Associate Earlier this month, the Dow Jones Industrial average touched record highs, propelled by strong U.S. job-creation figures. That’s great news for investors whose portfolios contain plenty of U.S. equities. … Read full article
Karey Irwin, CFP Vice President, Investment Funds The recent federal budget has been referred to as “tight fisted” by some commentators because it contains the ”smallest increase in discretionary spending in nearly 20 years,” as Finance Minister … Read full article
Karey Irwin, CFP Vice President, Investment Funds It’s RRSP season and investors are bombarded with advertisements urging them to make their contributions to all kinds of investments. The choices can be overwhelming, particularly with volatility and global … Read full article
Karey Irwin, CFP Vice President, Investment Funds Book Value (also known as Adjusted Cost Base or ACB) is a concept that is often confusing to investors. It is used in calculating the capital gain or loss resulting … Read full article