Glass Half Full With Tempered Expectations

Aug 20, 2021 |Mike Allington

Global markets have been relatively resilient through a summer period that has had its fair share of uncertainties. The outlook remains constructive, but investors may want to temper their expectations with respect to investment returns.

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It's all about the Fed, again.

Jun 18, 2021 |Mike Allington

All eyes were on the U.S. Federal Reserve this past week. And, it did not disappoint, at least with respect to the buzz generated within the investment community.

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Canadian Equities Lead the Way

Jun 04, 2021 |Mike Allington

The Canadian equity market has been one of the best performing this year. In Canadian dollar terms, the market is up by an even bigger margin. We’ll focus on what’s been driving the market and its outlook going forward.

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Can we bank on the banks?

May 21, 2021 |Mike Allington

Canadian investors are likely to turn their attention to the financial sector, with the banks set to report quarterly results next week. Earnings should be strong, but the question is whether they will be good enough to meet elevated expectations?

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A fine balance between good and great

May 07, 2021 |Mike Allington
Markets continued to consolidate over the past week, grappling somewhat with elevated investor expectations. The first quarter earnings season, which is nearly complete, has been strong, but it has been met with a relatively muted response by most stocks...
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A big week for the Technology Sector

Apr 30, 2021 |Mike Allington

The technology sector represents the largest weight in global markets. This weeks relatively strong earnings reports remind investors that future prospects remain bright. Diversification can offset vulnerabilities within high growth technology.

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Go “e” for a tree in honour of Earth Day 2021

Apr 22, 2021 |RBC Dominion Securities Inc.

Switch from paper to electronic documents or explore new ways of banking online, and with our partner Tree Canada, we'll plant a tree in your honour.

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