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Busy week with a nice bump on Friday thanks to some central bank easing in China.  In this edition we have shared our thoughts on valuations given the S&P 500 is now trading over 17x.  Plus a look at divergent monetary policy and Japan..download full article

Yields – Lower for longer? 

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   Falling off the wall of complacency 

After an extended period of low volatility and rather complacent markets, the pendulum swung pretty hard in the other direction as we rolled into Q4. Tranquil markets that had been steadily rising were disrupted by a softening economic sentiment from overseas. Combined with a strengthening US dollar, commodity prices dropped, causing added pain for the TSX... download full article


   Tax loss selling - Smart strategy to reduce your capital gains this year

Tax & Estate Planning team

Each year, whether in bull or bear markets, volatility presents investors with tax loss selling opportunities. If you’ve realized capital gains in the year, consider selling assets with an accrued loss to offset the gains. You may also realize the loss if you’ve had capital gains in the last three years that weren’t offset by your capital gains exemption... read more