Uncertainties about the trajectory of interest rates, inflation and the potential for geopolitical conflicts have led the markets to drop.
If cryptocurrencies have you confused, or you’re trying to get your head around their popularity, we think this video may interest you.
The first step is understanding why this is happening, which sectors are driving overall inflation and how sustainable the new prices are.
COVID-19 cases are shooting up globally, and surprisingly, so is the stock market, leaving some of our clients asking, what’s going on?
The quick answer is, Presidents, whether Republicans or Democrats, have less power over the economy than widely believed.
The financial markets were all over the place at the beginning of 2020. Prices declined sharply, recovered, then dropped again. It’s called volatility, and it can make those suffering from weak stomachs feel deeply uneasy. In such an environment, it seems then almost discordant that we talk about opportunities, sometimes even encouraging some of you […]
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 […]
This month, we chose a chart that illustrates the frequency of market corrections. What does volatility in the stock portfolio look like?
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 […]
Canadian home prices seem somewhat reasonable compared to major cities around the world on the price to square footage basis.