A study by Leger Marketing concludes that young adults under the age of 35 are the least prepared for retirement.
I just don’t think that economic forecasting can be done.
A significant amount of research is showing that most Canadians aren’t saving enough!
It’s been my experience, that financial planning is often thought of as being overly complicated.
Relying on emotions can be disastrous for making investment decisions.
It’s natural for people to get emotionally tangled up in the price that they paid for their investments.
Columnist Robert Oleksyn draws analogy between the need for a variety of golf clubs and a diverse investment portfolio.
One of the recurring topics that I have been asked about this spring concerns the fate of the euro and the European Union.
The fate of the Euro raises questions for potential investors in the European economy with few answers.
We live in a timing and selection culture, though research repeatedly shows that unpredictable events mean that no one can forecast markets.
My simple message to investors is that if you manage your behaviour you can achieve comparatively superior, long term, real life returns.
For me, a cold, dark and gloomy February winter day is a great time to reflect on 2011 and sneak a peek toward the remainder of 2012.