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Jay Nash

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  • The new Showtime series “Billions” features a Hedge Fund with an in-house psychologist whom the traders meet with on a regular basis to keep them focused. I have to admit, there’s probably a reasonable business case in this for anyone currently...

  • An exceptionally strong finish to January has taken the month from being a disaster for investors, to just being a bad month. The TSX has rallied over 10% (1,200 points) since it’s low on January 20th and remains down about 2.3% for the month. The...

  • The Canadian market is on track to complete its first positive week since Christmas, and the S&P 500 may close positive for the first time on a Friday since December 4th. This week was marked by significant recoveries in the price of oil and the...

  • Everywhere you turned this weekend world equity markets dominated the headlines. The battle of words and opinions is upon us. Is this a correction to be bought? Or a crash waiting to happen? Is it different this time? Are drastic actions required?...

  • Another wild week for investment markets is in the books. We are pleased to share National Bank’s take on things with “The Week at a Glance”. Full Report

  • It’s been a horrible week for equity markets globally. The Roberts Nash Advisory Group is pleased to share National Banks' “Week at a Glance” which provides data and our analysts take on economic news including yesterday morning’s...

  •   The Roberts Nash Advisory Group believes that proper portfolio construction includes the use of both passive and active investments. Some investment exposures are best achieved through direct bond or equity ownership; others through exchange...

  • The Roberts Nash Advisory Group uses a defined set of rules for selecting its fund managers and exchange traded fund exposures (ETF’s). One of these rules is that we do not invest in equity sector funds – geographic or economic. While potential...

  • The Roberts Nash Advisory Group believes that proper portfolio construction includes the use of both passive and active investments. Some investment exposures are best achieved through direct bond or equity ownership; others through exchange traded...

  • When we started writing monthly comments we knew there would come a point where the figures presented would be negative. It was even possible that we would have a negative year. Historically it’s normal for the US markets to have a correction of 10...

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