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Uncertainties about the trajectory of interest rates, inflation and the potential for geopolitical conflicts have led the markets to drop.
Since the Pandemic started, global Government spending has continued to soar. How will they fund this huge debt?
COVID-19 cases are shooting up globally, and surprisingly, so is the stock market, leaving some of our clients asking, what’s going on?
As markets slowly return to something resembling normalcy, it’s important to maintain a sense of perspective about what has caused, and continues to cause, much of that nerve-wracking volatility. So, while it’s certainly true that the impact of COVID-19 was decisive in wiping (temporarily) trillions in market value from U.S. stocks alone, there’s something else […]
Published by: Asset TV Canada Nader Hamid In light of the COVID-19 crisis, Nader describes the different kinds of bias that can influence investors during stressful times. He explains familiarity bias, loss aversion and herd mentality, as well as how to avoid these biases. Read full article
We want to share with you the different investment options when we’re in a downturn and we’re going to use 2008 as a case study.
In line with our mission to keep you well-informed, we would like to address some of the many questions that we have received in the past weeks regarding the COVID-19 crisis. Nader recorded our first video from his house, as our whole team is working from home. We hope you enjoy it. It’s been a […]
In times of crises the media noise can elevate some people’s levels of stress and this can represent a hidden problem that should be looked at. In his article Protective and Damaging Effects of Stress Mediators, Neuroscientist Bruce McEwen1 summarized the very diverse effects associated with chronic stress. Perhaps the most common one is high […]
This article has been adapted from a profile piece originally published by Wealth Professional Canada1. By James Burton I was too busy partying at university to understand the dot-com bubble. If any of my buddies had told me about it back then – they didn’t, I assure you – I’d have probably mistaken it for a […]