Prior to the US election, we received a number of questions about what any election outcome might do to investor's portfolios. Our answer was simple. We didn't
Retirement can invoke a mix of conflicting emotions from anticipation to fear, excitement to anxiety. It’s one of the biggest life changes we experience in our
We ended off last month's newsletter with an idea that the stock market could move higher, and that it's all about relative value. Today we're going to explore
2020 has been a record year for the markets. We've seen the fastest decline in history, followed by the fastest recovery in history. Back in March, the S&P 500
Alex Honnold planned to free solo climb "El Capitan" in 2017, or die trying.
El Capitan is one of the largest vertical rock faces in the world, with nearly 3
Last month I touched on the benefits of portfolio diversification, namely through the use of stocks and bonds. Today, I want to discuss why low interest rates
Diversification is one of the cornerstones of traditional investment advice. The most common saying we hear is “never put all your eggs in one basket” and the
It's the middle of April and unfortunately as I write this the COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a drastic impact on our lives. Many Canadians have been laid
Wow... what a crazy month it's been. We've seen people panic-buying toilet paper, record volatility in the markets, and some of the fastest 20% drops in the
Until recently, many retirees have been able to rely upon the three-legged stool of retirement income sources: a defined benefit pension plan that guarantees a
Welcome back and Happy New Year!
Hopefully you've had a chance to enjoy some turkey, sweets, and time spent with family and friends over the Christmas break