Industry News

  • Fiera Capitalon 27 Nov 2017 Fiera Capital Launches Fiera Properties CORE Mortgage Fund

    New Fund aimed at building a diversified portfolio of Canadian commercial real estate mortgages

  • Provisus Wealth Managementon 15 Nov 2017 Transcend marks one-year anniversary with launch of new fixed income fund

    Wealth Management Company diversifies services while offering Canadian investors a fee structure based on performance delivered

  • Provisus Wealth Managementon 02 Nov 2017 Range Bound No More

    History is a reasonable guide for what might occur next and it has suggested a new bull market is fully established once the range is broken

  • Provisus Wealth Managementon 03 Oct 2017 Retirement Income on Steroids

    What are the options for clients looking for good yields while being able to take advantage of higher returns in the future?

  • Provisus Wealth Managementon 22 Sep 2017 Provisus makes 2017 PROFIT 500 ranking for 4th consecutive year

    Canadian Business unveils 29th annual list of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies

  • Provisus Wealth Managementon 05 Sep 2017 Crises are buying opportunities

    Investors should not compound a crisis by doing something ill-advised with their portfolio. As always, patience is often rewarded

  • Provisus Wealth Managementon 02 Aug 2017 Stocks rally after rate hikes

    BOC has just implemented its first interest rate hike since 2010 which means a lot of investors are grabbing their crystal balls trying to forecast the future course of the stock market

  • Provisus Wealth Managementon 06 Jul 2017 Commodities Bottom Out

    While Canadian equity markets are slightly off the record highs set in February 2017, commodities, relatively speaking, are dirt cheap

  • Provisus Wealth Managementon 22 Jun 2017 Motivated to Perform

    How do you motivate people? Countless studies have indicated the same basic fact: people are not usually motivated by money alone

  • Provisus Wealth Managementon 05 Jun 2017 Don't sell in May; Settle in

    Stock investors often hear about “sell in May and go away” around this time of year. It implies that investors should sell their stocks in early May and buy them back in late October at a lower price