Archive | Spring 2014 Webcasts

May 14, 2014 Webcast for Individual Investors

Don will discuss:

  • Is the S&P bull showing signs of senility? (Yes, according to the chart on the S&P and the bank stocks; but is that all there is?)
  • Why are there so many horror stories about the coming demise of the loonie?
  • Why do interest rates seem to keep falling when Wall Street strategists are virtually unanimous that the economy is improving and corporate earnings are improving?
  • Have the investment risks in  the Ukraine story been over-hyped?
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April 8, 2014 Webcast for Individual Investors

Don will discuss:

  • The impact of the Quebec election on American views of investing in Canada.
  • The current sell-off at New York—led by the tech stocks—has a 2000-ish flavour to it. Is it possible that the concept stocks will once again lead a serious market correction in the heroin era? The meaning, if any, of the huge buying of the most battered in the final minutes on Monday.
  • Canadian natgas stocks, long among the drabbest of the energy group, have become the darlings of the North American stock markets. What do they need to maintain momentum?
  • Ukraine again.
  • Has gold had its fling for the year, or just broken out from its downturn?
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