Jim Cramer, CNBC’s highly public “market guru” is wrong more frequently than the probability of flipping a coin in your favour. His stock tips as of May 2014 were right 47.6% of the time. Jim Cramer is an entertainer and he’s very good at that. But gurus are accurate until they are not. This isn’t an attack on Cramer. He’s just an easy target.
We believe that informed investors make better decisions. When you understand how markets work – and how human psychology can get in the way, you are more likely to stick to a long-term plan. Developing the skills and knowledge to make smart and informed decisions helps you become more financially confident and empowered. We share our insights and experience through these articles, research pieces, videos and white papers.
To celebrate Ray’s wife’s, Mary-Ellen’s 50th birthday, the family took an amazing trip to South Africa and went on a thrilling adventure of going on a safari. It truly was an unforgettable experience that his family will cherish for many years to come.
As we end the first quarter of 2017, the financial markets seem relatively calm and the financial media has been strangely absent of any major economic or financial crisis. But if we wait long enough, we are bound to hear or read about the impending doom.
Finance Minister Michael de Jong tabled the 2017 British Columbia provincial budget on February 21, 2017. The minister projects a balanced budget for the fifth consecutive fiscal year, with surpluses in each of the next three years of the fiscal plan.
Our team has been busy with a few charitable initiatives we’re excited to tell you about. Our main focus has been to make a positive difference for children and youth in our community.