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Why U.S. Corporate Earnings Growth is Expected to be Lower for Q4 2018

With the Q4 2018 U.S. earnings reporting season getting underway, it’s important to keep a couple of things in mind as companies begin to report. Growth rates are expected to be lower in Q4 2018, but this makes sense given that the 20+ per cent results that we saw earlier in 2018 were largely driven

Bull Market Correction or Bear Market?

New information may help to asses what is happening with current markets (12 minute video) David Burrows, President and Chief Investment Strategist at Barometer Capital, explores the current market and the differences between a bull market correction and a bear market. Watch this 12-minute video in which David discusses the recent market weakness and the

Diana Avigdor’s Market Insights | 9 January 2019

Information flows through prices and markets much faster than ever before “All the market wanted to hear is that the Fed is data dependent” Diana Avigdor, Vice President, Portfolio Manager and Head of Trading at Barometer Capital Management Inc. gives her take on the current market on BNN Bloomberg’s The Close. “You can see how

As we approach year-end, Diana Avigdor shares her market insights

Diana Avigdor shares her views on what has been “a tough couple of months” and what is happening now. The market may be moving away from fundamentals and more into risk management. So what does it mean when the market’s quiet? Watch this four-and-a-half-minute video from BNN Bloomberg for Diana’s views. Learn more about investing

David Burrows on the unusual simultaneous decline of stocks and bonds

David Burrows, President and Chief Investment Strategist at Barometer Capital, appeared on BNN Bloomberg today to share his thoughts on the unusual and “unnerving” simultaneous decline of stocks and bonds. Stocks and bonds this year have done something they don’t usually do: fall at the same time. Watch this three-minute video as David discusses the

We’ve seen this movie before, but how will it end?

With all of the hype, hyperbole and rhetoric around claims of fake news leading up to the November mid-term elections in the U.S., one might think that all of this previously untrodden ground may be having an adverse affect on the markets. Or at the very least, a previously unseen affect. But is this really