Negative returns around the world highlight the need for a process in making investment decisions. Part of that process is examining predictions going forward.
Despite some rather "frightening" market results this past month, global growth seems on a solid footing, and markets should resume their upward trajectory once the US mid-terms are over.
Global trade issues are at the forefront of everyone's minds right now...
Wills and estate planning are vitally important; not letting your wishes be known can have both personal and financial consequences.
The US has declared war on broad swaths of the important economic countries. How did we get here, what might the future hold, and what are likely outcomes?
How important is China as a buyer of US debt, and if China stops buying US debt, can other buyers step in?
Trade tensions heat up: What investors need to know
The U.S. Federal debt has been rising over the past decade, and the market is starting to notice. What likely effect will it have on markets, and what should you be watching?
The U.S. looks set to impose steep tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum products on June 1st after Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announced that the temporary exemption Canada had secured would expire as scheduled.
Tariffs and trade wars are the nearest risks the markets face. We examine some possible (and probably) outcomes.