A Canadian PM explains why factor-based strategies may be just as vulnerable as more traditionally risky investments
Conflicting surveys about the income expectations of Canadians heading into retirement are raising advisor eyebrows as well as real concerns.
Forget tech ventures – the latest company to grab for the brass ring gives sports fans the fix that they need and they’re laughing all the way to the bank.
One of pro ball's biggest stars is speaking out about his financial planner with the kind of endorsement most advisors can only dream of.
Forget the S&P 500, the newest ETF introduction gives advisors and investors alike a product that’s broader and cheaper than anything else currently available in Canada.
A recent study out of Canada claims that four in five Canadian are financially on track for a retirement, but a Toronto wealth advisor says the study overlooks the rising costs of healthcare.
At least that’s the opinion of a very well-known passive indexer who sees it getting harder and harder for active managers to outperform their benchmarks. However, you won’t believe why.
One of the Big Six is showing just how ill prepared Canadians are for life after work and what advisors must do to correct that.
If you were one of the readers angered by a WP article suggesting MERs are about to drop, new research may make you even angrier.
A new study of investment funds suggests managers with names such as 'Harper' or 'Prentice' are more likely to attract fund flows than those with managers named 'Obama' or 'Merkel
Last year’s list was so well received by advisors there was no choice but to do it again in 2015.