They both promise to outperform the market, but the strategies are more like cousins than siblings
CIBC analysts Robert Sedran and Paul Holden recently issued a note to clients predicting trailer fees will soon go the way of the dodo bird. The question for them is when, not if.
With few assets currently worth buying the implied suggestion is that cash is the new “it” investment. WP went looking to see if advisors are stocking up.
This despite two-thirds of survey respondents claiming to be knowledgeable on the subject.
SEC allows company to introduce NextShares, a group of 18 non-transparent actively-managed ETFs into the marketplace.
The CEO took the top job in December 2011 with the insurance industry facing a difficult operating environment. Three years later it’s setting record earnings and facing a bright future.
Don’t forget! November 16-22 2014 is Financial Planning Week.
Hitting the lowest level since 2008, Canada’s employment situation appears to be strengthening.
It was a bad news, good news kind of month for Canadian ETFs.
B.C. advisor and radio host ordered to pay $23 million, $5 million of which will go to BCSC.
Fixed income funds dominated ETF inflows last month generating a record $17.3 billion. However, future growth is debatable.