Averages can be very misleading, says advisor
A growing number of clients approaching retirement age may be tempted to dip into that nest egg early – but advisors must ensure that what is coming out doesn’t exceed what is going in
Hard landing by China will threaten global growth: expert
Many factors are contributing to the worrying state of the Canadian economy, including concerns the increasingly big economic engine that could – China – now can’t
It isn’t just about oil
While low interest rates are a thorn in financial equities’ side, and concerns remain surrounding the real estate market, it is the price of oil that has been copping the most flak
Ontario advisors air ORPP concerns
Advisors continue to voice concerns about the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan, even as Queen’s Park moves to iron out other challenges to implementation
Advisor: sometimes a correction is just a correction
The market volatility both here and around the world may have clients' nerves shredded, but on the whole, this period may represent nothing but a correction
ORPP debate raises key question for advisors, clients
The Ontario Retirement Pension Plan has been brought front and centre courtesy of the federal election, and it’s renewing client questions about how much is enough to retire on?
Analyst dismantles the perception of the “do no wrong” stock
The “Nifty Fifty” were a group of 50 popular large-cap U.S. stocks that were “must own” blue chips in the 1960s and early 70s – but some industry analysts are asking if their track records deserve this consideration
CRM2 leads to influx of segregated funds
It appears more advisors are turning to segregated funds in a move to increase commissions once CRM2 regulations take effect.
‘Most difficult talk’ gets easier for advisors
Aging baby boomers are more willing to contemplate their mortality, offering advisors a chance to capture a lucrative market.
WPCA Top 50 Advisor: Léony deGraaf Hastings
Léony deGraaf Hastings's Wealth Professional Canada Top 50 Advisor Profile.