Providing our clients with valuable information on market trends, investment topics and other interesting considerations is an important part of our practice. We invite you to explore the articles below and contact us to discuss any of these topics in more detail.
As the potential catalysts to a higher yield environment disappear, we explain why we think the fixed income landscape ahead will be challenging.
RBC’s Sean Naughton and Jason Deleeuw talk about why now may be a good time to consider dividend securities within your equity allocation.
We can look through the COVID-19 valley and focus more confidently on the recovery and post-pandemic world. Do investors need to rethink positioning?
While Joe Biden is projected to win the election, it appears he’ll have to work with a status quo, i.e., divided, Congress. What’s next?
Webinar with Eric Lascelles, Chief Economist, RBC Global Asset Management Inc. and Mark Dowding, Partner, Chief Investment Officer and Senior Portfolio Manager, BlueBay Asset Management LLP
We look beyond the outcome of the U.S. elections to understand how the changing political landscape could affect stock market investments.
Janet and Tylar discuss what’s going on in the markets as the election outcome plays out, and where investors should focus their attention from here.
While votes are still being counted, the equity market has been taking things in stride so far, and we explain why investors should do the same.
While it could be a bumpy ride ahead, the greatest deteriorations in economic conditions and equity markets are likely in the rearview mirror.
The outcome will impact U.S. trade, foreign, and regulatory policies. We look at the repercussions for the EU and UK as well as portfolio strategy.
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