Roberts Nash Advisory Group

Jay Nash

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  • Preferred shares do not trade in an efficient market making passive ETFs in our opinion a less than optimal selection. Long term, actively managed has outperformed in this market. As we expect rates to slowly rise, we prefer for the moment ETFs with...

  •   The 2017 NASH Cup is in the books! 55 players from 18 countries did battle over 6 days at the London Squash & Fitness Club in front of sold out crowds and a record global online audience. Stunning upsets defined the middle of each draw,...

  • Way back on February 20th, 2013 we posted a blog regarding a switch our preferred share recommendation from iShares S&P/TSX Canadian Preferred ETF (CPD) to Horizons Active Preferred ETF (HPR). (Access Blog Posting Here ). The decision was the...

  • It’s with great pride and excitement that we announce the 10th Annual NASH Cup Professional Squash Tournament will, for the first time, offer equal men’s and women’s purses. At $15K USD each the quality of the draws will be the best ever witnessed...

  • We wanted to highlight a comment from our in house Economist Stéfane Marion, who noted the disconnect between the TSX and the S&P indices has pushed out its widest point since 2004. Below are the comments, with more detail in our Monthly Equity...

  • Martin Lefebvre, CIO and Strategist While the earnings seasons have positively surprised, markets still haven’t found a way to generate any meaningful momentum and they remain in wait-and-see mode. We are still worried about high valuation levels...

  • Stefane Marion, Chief Economist and Strategist "The CAD is the worst performing currency against the USD so far in 2017. It is quite unusual for our loonie to disconnect as much as it has from other currencies...” Full Article  

  • Martin Lefebvre, CIO and Strategist You will  find attached a publication on our long-term investment expectations. In this review we present our long-term return expectations for major asset classes such as bonds, equities, and some...

  • Kevin Headland of Manulife Investments "Historically, over the long term, it has mostly been the direction of oil prices that has driven the Canadian Dollar vis-à-vis the U.S. Dollar, thus earning its nickname, the Petro Loonie. However, recently...

  • Interest rates in the United States have been raised twice in the past 4 months marking the first time in 10 years that there have been 2 increases within a one year period. This has many Canadian investors focused on when (not if) the Bank of...

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