What’s up with gold? Not much, says one investment CEO
Everyone knows that gold is down – but one investment CEO cautions that you shouldn’t be viewing the situation in a vacuum, but instead take into consideration the entire commodities market.
Advisors should keep clients invested in Apple-heavy ETFs
Don’t let your clients join the rush to drop their ETFs with Apple weight. They’re still ripe for the picking.
Greek dust settles somewhat but still avoid European stocks, says Bonten advisor
To what extent does the situation in Greece affect investment options in other European markets? And do your clients really have to steer away from Europe altogether?
BlackRock fills top position
BlackRock, Inc. today announced the appointment of Marcia Moffat as Head of its Canadian business.
Advisors sound the alarm on fiduciary standard
Investment advisors have come out swinging against the imposition of fiduciary standard, arguing it may actually hurt not help some clients – specifically, the most vulnerable.
Commission on the hunt for investment fraudster
One Alberta man is behind bars and another on the lam in a mortgage scam that cost investors millions.
SickKids Hospital the real winners in Cruise for Kids tournament
Raising money for a worthy cause is a must for many companies; but for Titan Equity Group, it was a no-brainer to mix golfers with a passion for the sport that was equal to their passion to support an amazing cause.
The art and science of mindfulness
Most wealth professionals are aware of the importance of emotional intelligence – but mindfulness is perhaps the ultimate in brain training for better personal and professional outcomes.
Capital Group chairman dies
Capital Group’s chairman, James Rothenberg, died on Tuesday.
Advisors get ‘real’ with clients
New research suggests clients are finally prepared to abandon the single-biggest worry keeping their advisors up at night, but that may have created a new concern for wealth professionals.