Barry reflects on the market turmoil at this time last year and says that, in spite of a strong market over the past year, our approach will be the same - take our cues from the companies in which we invest.
Barry attended the CFA Society’s Annual Investment Dinner where Gerry Schwartz, CEO of Onex, was the keynote speaker. While the presentation didn’t initially meet his expectations, he realized afterward that it was one of the best he’d ever heard.
Last Thursday was my 5-week-old son Asher’s first Halloween. My wife and I dressed him as a Korok from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, one of our favourite games (don’t worry, there’s a picture at the bottom of the article).
By Ernest Wong|2020-01-09T12:15:32-05:00January 8th, 2020|
in the first of a 2 part series on the theatre industry, Ernest discusses the challenges the industry faces in North America and what the future will look like. In Part 2, he will discuss the Cineworld acquisition of Cineplex and what this means for moviegoers in Canada.
By David Baskin|2020-01-13T13:59:52-05:00January 13th, 2020|
In his year end newsletter, David discusses why, while deep into the longest continuous period of economic expansion in U.S history, the markets produced remarkable gains in 2019 and what clues this can give us to possible future performance.
By David Baskin|2019-10-17T11:03:34-04:00October 17th, 2019|
I have often told our clients that the best thing about my job is that I get to think about a very wide range of problems, challenges and opportunities that could affect the economy, and their investments. Obviously climate [...]
Pension splitting is one of the most powerful tools available to Canadian couples to reduce their tax burden in retirement and leave them with more money with which to accomplish their retirement goals.
In the last of his 4 part series on planning for retirement, Benjamin Klein examines what kind of returns a person can expect on their investments, and concludes with an example based on the process discussed.