Brooke Thackray

Research Analyst,

Horizons ETFs Management (Canada) Inc.

  • Research Analyst at Horizons ETFs
  • Over 15 Yeas of Investment-Related Experience
  • Author of Thackray's Investor's Guide

About Brooke

Brooke Thackray became a Research Analyst with Horizons ETFs Management (Canada) Inc., in 2009 and joined the team responsible for the management of the Horizons Seasonal Rotation ETF (HAC). He has over 15 years of investment-related experience, and has written and published several books, including the annual Thackray's Investor's Guide series. Previously, Mr. Thackray served as an investment advisor at major brokerage firms, including TD Waterhouse and RBC Investments. He has an MBA from York University and holds the Canadian Investment Manager (CIM) designation.

Brooke's Videos

As the world moves forward following the economic disruptions of the Covid-19 pandemic, seasonal investing can offer a strategic approach focused on investing based on historically demonstrated seasonal trends. Join Brooke Thackray, research analyst at Horizons ETFs, as he explores the seasonal investing lessons of the past year and the sectors, asset classes, and commodities that could benefit through 2021 and beyond.
The US presidential election can be a polarizing event for voters and historical data shows that it can be for the stock market too. Join Brooke Thackray, research analyst at Horizons ETFs, as he explores the seasonal investing trends surrounding US presidential elections including the impacts on US and Canadian markets, historical highs and lows of the period, how a Democrat or Republican win could impact the market, and how investors might take advantage of the trend in their portfolios.

Brooke's Books

Brooke Thackray

Thackray's 2021 Investor's Guide: How To Profit From Seasonal Market Trends

Thackray's 2021 Investor's Guide is ideal for the active investor looking to outperform the markets spending only ten minutes a month. Investors easily understand the seasonal approach of the strategies - different parts of the market tend to go up at different times of the year.