Every year brings its share of surprises. But how many of us could have imagined/predicted that 2016 would see the Chicago Cubs win the World Series, Bob Dylan receive the Nobel Prize in Literature, Britain voting to leave the European Union, Donald Trump elected president and the Dow Jones Industrial Average close out the year a whisker away from 20,000?
Americans will soon head to the polls to elect the next president of the United States. While the outcome is unknown, one thing is for certain: There will be a steady stream of opinions from pundits and prognosticators about how the election will impact the stock market.
CRM2 or “Client Relationship Model: Phase 2”, is an initiative mandated by the Canadian securities regulators for more transparency and better disclosure as it relates to Charges & Fees and Performance Reporting. What does this mean for you?
Do you ever listen to the news and find yourself thinking that the world has gone to the dogs? The roll call of depressing headlines seems endless. But look beyond what the media calls news, and there also are a lot of things going right.
On June 23, 2016, citizens of the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. While there has been much speculation leading up to and since the vote, many of the longer-term implications of the referendum remain unclear.