Tri-annual Review - April 29, 2021

April 29, 2021 |Nick Foglietta

A new theme has emerged in the investment landscape in the first trimester of 2021: Higher taxes. Investors will need to watch how this one develops in coming years.

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Using blockchain to protect Canada’s freshwater lakes

April 28, 2021 |RBC Wealth Management

Pull up to a Lake Winnipeg beach on a hot summer's day and you'll feel you're experiencing a perfect day at the ocean. Water shimmers in every direction.

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Weekly Comment - April 23, 2021

April 23, 2021 |Nick Foglietta

The plumbing of the financial markets is what really captures my attention and there is a much more interesting story being told there too.

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Where will you live in retirement? Four things to consider when aging in place

April 22, 2021 |RBC Wealth Management

The time is now to make plans and have conversations with families about what aging at home could look like.

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House prices spiked further across Canada, despite more sellers

April 20, 2021 |Robert Hogue

Soaring prices and the start of the spring season attracted more sellers, according to early reports from local real estate boards.

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Weekly Comment - April 16, 2021

April 16, 2021 |Nick Foglietta

The problem now is that distressed credit managers are distressed.

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Weekly Comment - April 09, 2021

April 09, 2021 |Nick Foglietta

Leverage is not easy to measure anymore.

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Investing in the future: Opportunities in new water technologies

April 05, 2021 |RBC Wealth Management

Fresh water is an increasingly scarce commodity in the world we live in today. Find out how you can tap into investment opportunities around water-related solutions.

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Weekly Comment - March 31, 2021

April 01, 2021 |Nick Foglietta

This is a time when it is important to know what you own and to take advantage of having an experienced and knowledgeable investment advising team.

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How Canada can thrive in a new global trade landscape

April 01, 2021 |Naomi Powell

The world’s supply chains have endured many blows this century: 9/11, the global financial crisis, the Fukushima earthquake, Brexit. But even in that context, the past year stands out.

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