End of Summer

September 11, 2020

It’s the end of summer and the long sunny days are quickly dwindling away. As we enter September, children are getting ready to go back to school and many adults are getting ready to go back to work. Life has changed in the last 6 months and now we await to see if the original projections of a second wave are going to come to fruition.

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A Lot More Optimism Around

May 5, 2020

At the time of writing this article, we are on day 37 of province-wide closures in Ontario and similar time frames for the rest of our great nation of Canada.  About 10 days prior to this, all of our schools were temporarily closed on March 14th, 2020 (which would bring that total to 47 days).  While it may feel like day 370 (or 470), it has only been 37 days since all non-essential businesses were closed on March 24th, 2020.  Yet, the lasting impact may be felt for years to come, with real-world changes coming into our lives. Read more

One of the Worst Months in History

April 1, 2020

This has been one of the worst months in history for the stock markets. The economies around the world have come to a screeching halt and the majority of people around the world have been told to stay away from work and stay away from each other to avoid the spread of COVID-19 virus. While the first 3 weeks may have been the worst in history, the 4th week was the best since the 1930s, as we rallied off the back of government stimulus.

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Coronavirus Bring Down The Market

February 28, 2020
Markets retracted amid an international coronavirus spread as economic and financial panic comes mainly from the uncertainty of the future and extent of the damage. The once thought contained coronavirus has seeped over international borders and is starting to spread globally, this along with other issues are beginning to take a toll on the global markets.

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A Great Start Despite Coronavirus and Iran

February 13, 2020
It was a great start to the year, after a tremendous 2019. Investors have continued to buy the big names and we now have 4 companies (Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft) with market caps over $1 trillion dollars.
Coronavirus! With the amount of coverage, this was getting you would have thought we were heading into a zombie apocalypse. As fear rang through the streets and SARS fresh in everyone’s minds, people around the world canceled flights, vacations, and stores sold out of face masks overnight. While it’s better to be safe than sorry, this is most likely overblown. If anyone bothered to spend 10 minutes doing a couple of google searches they would have

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