Many of you may still have investments in Canadian bank GIC’s. In a period of rising interest rates like we have today, bank GIC’s do perform better than fixed income securities because the price is never marked to market. However due to their lack of liquidity, I do not recommend them. Liquidity is something we… Continue reading Invest in Canadian bank common shares or bank GIC’s – This is a no brainer
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Historically in a high inflationary period like the late 1970’s, the TSX Composite sharply outperformed the US market. Over the last 6 and 12 month periods, the Canadian equity market has performed much better than the US market. The basic makeup of the TSX Composite is much more exposed to cyclical and commodity sectors than… Continue reading Canada is clearly a better place to invest than the US in a high inflationary period
Seven reasons to stay bullish on the energy sector. Plus, why U.S. stocks can weather the Fed’s rate hikes LISTEN TO ARTICLE In November 2021, a BofA Securities strategist provided eight reasons for ranking U.S. energy stocks the No. 1 most attractive sector in the S&P 500. The potential for geopolitical conflict, which sadly later… Continue reading Recent Globe and Mail article about all the fundamental reasons why Energy Sector remains attractive
This week both the Australian former Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, and Gavin Graham, contributing editor of the Income Investor, both said that commodity prices will continue to perform well in the current environment of: Continuing trade sanctions against Russia that are expected to last for much longer than originally thought Increased Chinese Covid lockdowns resulting… Continue reading Maintain overweight of Canadian equities over US as a result of our domestic commodity exposure
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Advisers make the most money for themselves when you, the investor, is fully invested. There is absolutely no incentive for them to try to time the market. You have all heard them say that market timing does not work and adds no value. At this time, we know that their rhetoric is not correct. Market… Continue reading My adviser tells me to remain fully invested at this time. Should I listen to them?
My June newsletter highlights how to invest in these volatile times. Recession or Stagflation – How markets perform under these differing scenarios
Old fashioned stock picking is winning out in a big way. This requires a different skill set than simply buying an index fund.
Many of you know that I have expressed my absolute dislike for this ETF both in my recent book and in my monthly newsletter on many occasions. Many years ago an investor was boasting to me about FFN’s investment performance by saying that you cannot lose. Being suspicious by nature with hybrid investment products like… Continue reading FFN – N.A Financial 15 Split Corp – Never Invest in this ETF