Where’s the money flowing in the ETF world? ETFs have become a big industry and I’m sure it won’t be long before we have more ETFs than stocks.
For a number of quarters now, Canadian banks have had a consistent track record of either meeting or exceeding earnings expectations. That ended this week.
Many wonder how graduates will repay their debts with an economy that's shown mediocre growth, high unemployment and limited wage progression. This scenario closely resembles the growing amount of residential mortgage debt in the mid-2000s.
Recent unrest in Iraq has pushed worries about oil prices back onto the front page. Based on demand alone, some countries may feel more financial pain than others.
With bond yields still near historically low levels, investors have increasingly focused on higher yielding equities to provide cash flow. But sometimes the higher yields are just too good to be true.
Four key models can help gauge what’s happening in the market beneath the headline numbers.
An increase in M&A activity is likely this year and you can take advantage of it in three ways.
The Canadian dollar has dropped about 7.5% against the U.S. dollar since the end of September. In the developed currency markets, that is a pretty big move.
Since we’re only three weeks away from the opening ceremonies of the Sochi Winter Olympics, it’s worth asking: Do the Olympics help economic growth in host cities?
U.S. economic data took a turn up this past week, increasing the likelihood of quantitative tapering sooner rather than later.