Europe’s troubles make top firms cheaper

High inflation, rising interest rates and the war in Ukraine have all combined this year to hurt European economies and stocks prices.
Still, Europe is home to some of the world’s leading companies—and many of them are now trading are attractive prices.
The top holdings of the… Read More

These ETFs aim to spur 2021 gains

COVID-19 pushed down the prices of most stocks and ETFs in early 2020. Some, like airlines, hotels, casinos and many restaurant stocks, are still down. Others have recovered to their old highs but may have trouble moving higher until the global economy returns to normal.
Meanwhile,… Read More

Two ETFs may be the better way to buy bonds

The Bank of Canada increased interest rates in July 2017 for the first time since 2010. It then raised its key interest rate again in September 2017, from 0.75% to 1.00%. However, it decided to hold off on further increases in December.

We continue to caution against investing… Read More