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Can looking backward help us look forward?

By |April 1st, 2020|

The market conditions that we have witnessed in the last month are unprecedented, simply because the current circumstances in the world are unprecedented in the modern era. Since the last global pandemic, over 100 years ago, we have added instantaneous world-wide communication, social media, electronic trading and much more.

Baskin Wealth Management Update – COVID – 19

By |March 24th, 2020|

Following the recent announcement by the Ontario government to close all non-essential businesses, we have confirmed that Baskin Wealth Management is considered an essential business. However, we expect to see an impact to some services, particularly in regard to physical cheques and the mail. This update provides guidance on steps you can take to minimize the impact.

Coronavirus Crisis and Market Meltdown

By |March 23rd, 2020|

The North American stock markets went up more or less steadily from March, 2009 to March, 2020. There were spurts and bumps along the way, but as many noted, it was the longest period without a recession in US economic history. Many market watchers predicted that, sooner or later, we would get a significant market pullback. Now, they are right.

Baskin Wealth Management Update – COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

By |March 9th, 2020|

David outlines the steps Baskin Wealth Management is taking to ensure that, in the event of a business disruption due to the Coronavirus, we can continue to provide our full care and attention to your portfolio and that you are able to contact and communicate with us at all times.

What I learned about investing from The Great British Bake Off

By |February 4th, 2020|

The Great British Bake Off, a competitive baking show, has become somewhat of a phenomenon – not to mention one of my favourite shows. With ten completed seasons and dozens of spin-offs and reboots in other geographies, it’s a welcome change to much of competitive reality TV with its congenial atmosphere and lack of manufactured drama.

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