There is a compelling case to be made for favoring value stocks today, states Jesse Felder of The Felder Report.
A query came in from a client about scaling out, and he has given me permission to share my reply, states Ian Murphy of MurphyTrading.com.
When the Fed dots shifted hawkishly in June, the bond market balked, and long-end yields fell in a signal the FOMC could be making a policy error, says Adam Button of ForexLive.com.
We have an all-star lineup of outlier stocks for October, says Jason Bodner of Mapsignals.com.
High yielding utility common stocks have become more difficult to come by the past few years as share prices have risen. And a number of companies are now focused on share buybacks rather than raising dividends, observes Roger Conrad, editor of Conrad's Utility Investor.
Many income seekers, including retirees, have resigned themselves to the fact that their portfolios just may never generate the kinds of dividends that they want, explains David Dierking, editor of ETF Focus on TheStreet.
I have a brand-new recommendation that could be like buying Amazon (AMZN) in the halcyon days of the e-commerce boom, asserts growth stock expert Jimmy Mengel, editor of The Crow's Nest.
Jeffrey Hirsch is a leading expert on seasonal trading and market timing. In his Stock Trader's Almanac, he looks at October's historic trading patterns and what this portends for the month ahead.
The stock market opened higher to pare its week-to-date losses today, explains Marvin Appel of Signalert Asset Management.
Last week we discussed how the US dollar became a show about nothing. Yes, it's in a mild uptrend but overall has been in a consolidation going all the way back to July 21st, explains Jeff Greenblatt of Lucas Wave International.
Pat Dunwoody will speak about why ETFs are being considered a new investment option for many investors, even though it is 30 years old, and where the industry is going. She will also try to debunk several of the ETF myths that continue to circulate.
2021 is shaping up to be a record-breaking year of inflows for the ETF industry in both Canada and the United States. What segments of the market have been gaining traction? What are some of the interesting trends in fund flows? What themes and investment styles are growing in popularity? What new products are being launched? Tiffany Zhang, ETF analyst with National Bank's ETF Research and Strategy group, is here to answer these questions and provide an overview of the ETF landscape for Canadian investors.
This webinar will cover how to use ETFs to be tactical in today's environment and how Ted Bader and SIA Wealth Management use the SIA Charts system of relative strength to make these selections. He will also cover how the company has built two ETFs with BMO that are truly tactical.
For those interested in investing in disruptive technologies, the path can be both rewarding and complex. However, capturing these growth trends requires in-depth research paired with a diversified approach. In this panel, you'll hear from a roster of ETF experts whose companies are at the forefront of this technology revolution and will examine the best ways for investors to capitalize on long-term growth trends.
Entrepreneur Som Seif, founder and CEO of Purpose Investments, explains how investors can strategically incorporate ETFs as mechanisms and tools in their portfolios to amplify profit and preserve capital. Mr. Seif will be in discussion with Mark Bunting, publisher and host of <em>Uncommon Sense Investor</em>, and John O'Connell, chairman and CEO of Davis Rea Investment Counsel.
John De Goey will be talking about a challenge to advisors and investors alike - Optimism Bias. It is just one of many behavioral quirks that we all fall prey to, but one that might do the most harm in the current high-valuation environment. The term he uses to describe the industry's mindset is Bullshift - a cheeky portmanteau that combines the unbridled optimism of bullishness with the industry's unwavering ability to shift attention toward good news - no matter what the circumstances tell us.
<p>Participating in innovation is exciting, and you can do so right here at home with Canadian-listed ETFs. As Canadian investors you have access to the US-listed ETFs, meaning that you have access to top-performing and famous innovation strategies. However, if that same innovation strategy is available to you in Canadian-listed form why are you still buying US? You can participate in innovation in Canada through Canadian-listed ETFs.</p><p>Lisa Langley, CEO and founder of Emerge Canada, Inc., will be discussing the importance of allocating and investing in innovation and also the importance of how you are investing in innovation. She believes that it's time to buy local—buy Canadian—buy Canadian-made ETFs.</p>
Technology was growing exponentially before the pandemic, and had to grow even faster as a result of it. Tune in to find out why there is still more to get excited about, and what TD ETF offers a global pure-technology solution.
ETFs give individual investors flexibility, access to various exposures and instant diversification. However, with so many options for even the same type of exposure it can be overwhelming to sort through all the options. This session will help investors know what factors to pay attention to when comparing ETFs and how to pick ETFs that complement their respective portfolios.
With so many ETFs on the market today, and more launching every year, it can be tough to determine which product will work best in your portfolio. In this panel discussion, you will hear from some of Canada's leading female ETF experts on how investors should evaluate the ever-expanding ETF landscape and walk away with simple strategies to help you get started.