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3-Way Chat With Krista Erickson & Mark Dunn About The Market Mayhem

[ 0 ] November 21, 2011

Stocks were hammered today on news the U.S. super-committee would not reach a deal on cutting $1.2 trillion over ten years in government spending.  Had a great time discussing this latest debacle – er, issue with my colleagues Krista Erickson and Mark Dunn.

U.S. Super-Committee Not So Super

[ 0 ] November 21, 2011


Bank of Montreal’s Senior Economist Sal Guatieri dropped by to talk about the big sell-off on the markets.  The interview took place just before the U.S. super-committee’s announcement that it would not, in fact, reach a deal ahead of the November 23rd deadline.  For more, please click on the video below.


Bonds 101: European sovereign bonds & the EU Debt Crisis

[ 0 ] November 19, 2011

Bonds 101: TD Bank’s Senior Economist Martin Schwerdtfeger explains why the market is fixated on 10-year European sovereign bonds as the EU debt crisis unfolds.

Canadian Real Estate Still Hot But Mind Your Timetable: Don Campbell

[ 0 ] November 19, 2011


The Canadian real estate market is still on solid ground with condos still hot, hot, hot – especially in Toronto.  Analyst Don R Campbell tells Anita Sharma how long he believes an investor should stay with a property.

Short-Selling 101 with Howard Atkinson of Horizons ETFs

[ 0 ] November 17, 2011

I smile whilst stocks sink at the Toronto Stock Exchange!

[ 0 ] November 6, 2011

I failed in my duties as a sunshine girl to lift stocks at the TSX! Many thanks to Toronto Sun photographer Jack Boland for this photo.

Spooky Stock Markets with Howard Atkinson, CEO of Horizons ETFs

[ 0 ] November 6, 2011

Even Batman aka Howard Atkinson of Horizons ETFs couldn’t save us from the stock market sell-off! Investors remain skittish about the EU debt crisis, folks.

Royal Bank’s Chief Economist on EU Debt Crisis

[ 0 ] November 6, 2011

I had an opportunity to chat with the Royal Bank of Canada’s Chief Economist at the Toronto Stock Exchange. Craig Wright expects more volatility in global stock markets due to the euro zone debt crisis.

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