2022: One quarter down...3 to go

April 28, 2022 |Jeremy Goldfarb
A short one today. Not sure if you saw the latest US GDP print for the first quarter of 2022. If you have not, you may want to pass on this one. US GDP in the first quarter (gulp) contracted, flying in the face of analyst expectations of a 1% growth print...
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When markets fall - a historical view

April 20, 2022 |Jeremy Goldfarb
The first quarter of 2022 has been loaded with volatility, uncertainty, and maybe a few more "ty" words I can't come up with right now. What does history tell us about what to expect next though? I have no doubt, that the discomfort will continue, but...
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Federal Budget 2022: New Problems, New Solutions, but is it enough?

April 13, 2022 |Jeremy Goldfarb
Last week, the sitting Liberal minority government, delivered it's 2022 budget, which will pass easily with the support of the NDP. As is the case with any government, it is easy to criticize the many shortcomings of a budget, but my only fear with respect...
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