Why it’s time for advisors to ditch the ‘robo versus traditional’ mindset
Interesting bits from the week that was.
Speaking with Kash Pashootan, an Ottawa-area advisor who appears frequently on BNN, WP got a real eye-opener about what to expect from the markets in 2015.
According to its latest round of financing, the car-booking service could be worth as much as $100 billion when it IPOs. Should advisors take the bait?
Black Friday arrives but European shares are in the red, Asia mixed... Retailers optimistic on Black Monday sales after Thanksgiving boom... Russian oil official predicts sub-$60 barrel by next summer; analysts warning on US shale producers... Google could be forced to break up its European business...
Simplicity is driving their popularity. Should advisors be worried these funds will make them redundant?
If the investment seminar WP attended yesterday is any indication, robo-advisors might want to hold off on their victory party. Here’s why.
Calgary firm dominates award show.
A sold-out gala event takes place Thursday evening in Toronto recognizing Canada’s 100 most powerful women. Are you one of this year’s honourees? RBC's Katie Taylor is.
Advisors thinking of making a clean break likely face fewer legal issues than imagined when taking clients to their new firm. Here’s why.
HBC stock jumped more than 8% Tuesday on news that CEO Richard Baker has secured $1.25 billion in new financing for Saks using its Fifth Avenue department store as collateral. With a value of $3.7 billion for its Fifth Avenue location alone, value investors ought to be chomping at the bit.