Making sense of the markets this week: November 27, 2022

This week, Cut the Crap Investing founder, Dale Roberts, shares financial headlines and offers context for Canadian investors. It’s wonderful to be back writing “Making sense of the markets this…

Reading the “Annual Returns of Key Asset Classes”—what it means for Canadian investors

Back in the day, I always enjoyed perusing the annual asset class rotation chart that investment giant Franklin Templeton used to distribute to financial advisors and media. Even though it’s…

Making sense of the markets this week: November 20, 2022

Kyle Prevost, editor of Million Dollar Journey and founder of the Canadian Financial Summit, shares financial headlines and offers context for Canadian investors. Inflation glass remains half full—and 6.9% more…

Making sense of the markets this week: November 13, 2022

Kyle Prevost, editor of Million Dollar Journey and founder of the Canadian Financial Summit, shares financial headlines and offers context for Canadian investors. Cooling inflation leads to red-hot day for…

Making sense of the markets this week: November 6, 2022

Kyle Prevost, editor of Million Dollar Journey and founder of the Canadian Financial Summit, shares financial headlines and offers context for Canadian investors. Don’t call Shopify a comeback—it’s been here…

Making sense of the markets this week: October 23

Kyle Prevost, editor of Million Dollar Journey and founder of the Canadian Financial Summit, shares financial headlines and offers context for Canadian investors. Bank on higher interest rates leading to…

Tontines in Canada: Moving from theory to practice as a solution to our retirement crisis

For years in his academic papers and some of his 17 published books, famed Canadian finance professor Moshe Milevsky described the history and theory behind a seemingly obscure retirement/longevity insurance…

Making sense of the markets this week: July 10

This week, Cut the Crap Investing founder Dale Roberts shares financial headlines and offers context for Canadian investors. The first half of 2022 asset scorecard—not good The S&P 500 entered a bear…

What to consider if you still have RRSP contribution room

Registered retirement savings plans (RRSPs) have been around since 1957, and each February is commonly referred to as “RRSP season.” The banks and financial media used to make a bigger…