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" 93.22% of funds in the Canadian Equity category underperformed the S&P/TSX Composite in the one-year period ending June 30, 2018".
It turns out that the best investors were the ones who forgot that they had an account with Fidelity. Moral of the story - individuals are lousy investors because they make decisions on emotion or erroneous so called facts. I know. I have done it many times.
Stock market volatility has been the subject du jour for a few weeks as stock markets have treated us to more of a roller coaster ride with some generous declines in the mix. But as I mentioned in a recent post, this market volatility is all normal stock market behaviour. It’s normal for markets to […]... Continue Reading →
The following are the PP slides for the NAFR Ottawa Branch Investing For Retirees seminar to be held on October 31, 2018.
Someday in the foreseeable future, the “fit will hit the shan” and these valuations will come back down to earth. With Trumpski as President, who knows what might trigger a major correction or worse? Iran, China, outrageous deficits, higher interest rates ?
There are two broad approaches to investing: active and passive. Both aim to make money but how do they differ?