We are only in Stage 1 of what is likely to be a slow, difficult recovery and corresponding bear market.
Richard Bernstein Advisors has written a very helpful analysis of how best to navigate this brutal market selloff.
I would like to be writing a post that says don't worry, we will get through this COVID-19 problem, and everything will be sweetness and light. I would like to, but I would be lying.
an excellent analysis of where we are in the investing cycle, ie Euphoria, and why investors should make sure that they have some cash when the inevitable Pessimism arises and investments go on sale.
If this continues for another month, the world economy is going to be highly affected. Six months, disaster
We forget a lot things as investors. Currently, we don’t know what a real stock market correction feels like.
The Canadian Couch Potato blog provides a comprehensive review of a variety of low fee, index based, investment portfolios.
As many of us in the investment blogosphere will write – the one-ticket asset allocation portfolios are game changers. Canadian investors can enter a single ticker symbol and receive well-balanced globally-diversified managed portfolios. And because they are offered at various risk levels asset allocation portfolios can work with the RESP plan. It’s obviously a great… via... Continue Reading →