Roberts Nash Advisory Group

Jay Nash

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  • The world of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) continues to expand in Canada as the number of providers and the number of funds increases monthly. For investors this brings greater selection and in some cases lower fees. However, as providers continue to...

  • In a society that is often fixed on the problems facing the world, it's nice to hear a manager focus on the positives.  This short video features Carl Kawaja, one of three lead portfolio managers of Capital Group's Global Equity mandate. ...

  • Dean DiSpalatro, May 3rd, 2015,  Adivsor.ca No investment topic gets people arguing quite like gold. It's been much in the news of late, as governments and central banks use their wallets to express their views on the shiny yellow metal....

  • One of the most well known lines from the Game of Thrones story is “Winter is Coming”. To those unfamiliar with the story this must come off as an odd thing to say. Winter is always coming (and it will be followed by spring). But in the world...

  • Credit Suisse has published some excellent research today highlighting the short term upside risk to oil prices and their view of disruptive technologies. Credit Suisse: Oil Sense: Price could hit $50/b in May Very careful phrasing here, we simply...

  • The stock prices of major Canadian Banks have been under pressure for over a year and recently traded to price/earnings levels last seen in 2009. Analysts have been speculating on the real impact low oil prices could have on the Canadian economy;...

  • This report offers a commentarty of the last week's economic events, and a preview of the week to come. Remember that the RRSP contribution deadline is Monday February 29th, 2016. Full Report

  • 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...

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