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From avoiding energy to ‘not buying Amazon’: Barometer's Diana Avigdor is one of five Canadian money managers who reveal their best and worst decisions in 2018 https://t.co/KjNcIX913h @davigdor @BNNBloomberg #barometer

Progressing? 1994 vs. 2018...six rate hikes, fears that expansion would falter, two separate corrections - early year and fall (higher lows)...the second retested lows, rallied three days and then follow-thru day. What came next...priceless. Correction complete? $SPY $QQQ $IWM

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Positive divergences...$QQQ lows and brief undercut vs. Semis $XSD and Transports $IYT ...higher lows and rising relative strength since October...bonds not rallying...this is not a recessionary read thru. Transports and Semis are cyclical eco sensitive assets. Would be cratering

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Barometer Global Macro Pool takes first place in two categories at 2018 Canadian Hedge Fund Awards

Barometer Global Macro Pool tops 1-Year and 5-Year Return Categories The Barometer Global Macro Pool took first place in not one, but two categories recently at the 2018 Canadian Hedge Fund Awards, the 11th year of this prestigious event. The Global Macro Pool led the field in both 1-Year Return* and 5-Year Return* in the

Barometer Disciplined Leadership Balanced Fund Awarded FundData A+ Award

We are very proud to have received Fundata’s A+ Award for our Barometer Disciplined Leadership Balanced Fund ~ Awarded on January 25, 2018 for the calendar year of 2017. Pictured (left to right) Barometer’s Brian MacNicol, Jim Schetakis and Adam Jacobson. The FundGrade rating system assesses Canadian investment funds  using three risk-adjusted performance metrics: Excess

The rate at which Americans are quitting their jobs is on the rise…and that’s a good thing.

An upward trend in the job quitting rate in the U.S. signals strength in the labour market. Why? In good times people are more likely to quit their jobs because getting a new job is generally easier. When the economy starts to weaken, employees recognize these signals early and change their behaviour, making them far

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