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By Fund Library News Wire | Thursday, February 11, 2016

  

By Mark Raes, Head of Product, Global Structured Investments, BMO Asset Management Inc.

In today’s low interest rate environment, investors are challenged to generate a sufficient level of income from their portfolios while avoiding additional risk. Savvy investors are recognizing the opportunity to generate more yield from their equity holdings so that they don’t have to extend interest rate risk or credit risk beyond comfortable ranges on their fixed-income holdings. Covered call strategies are an effective solution that can add yield with the bonus of reducing equity risk over the long term.


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By Dave Paterson | Wednesday, February 10, 2016



Q – Is there any reason you don’t recommend Series D units instead of Series A units on your Recommended List? – Rich F., Toronto, Ontario


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By Olev Edur | Tuesday, February 09, 2016



To say recent mutual fund performance figures illustrate the volatility of the precious metals sector would be an understatement. For the 10-year period through January 2016, precious metals funds averaged a dismal -1.2% annual return, one of the worst among all fund categories. Yet they were tops in performance for the month of January, bolstered in part by an uptick (finally) in bullion prices. One of the top performers over the past 12 months is the A-grade Dynamic Precious Metals Fund, which owes its success as much to what it doesn’t hold as to what it does.


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By Gordon Pape | Monday, February 08, 2016

BUILDING WEALTH WITH GORDON PAPE
 

It’s the day of reckoning – the time when I look back on my predictions for 2015 and see how they fared. I began my column on the prospects for 2015 a year ago with the words: “Buckle up! It’s going to be a rocky year.” Well, it certainly was that and more, and 2016 hasn’t started off any better. Let’s look at my specific forecasts that I made at the beginning of 2015, and see what happened.


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By Fund Library News Wire | Friday, February 05, 2016

By Mike Keerma

After two weeks of advances, stock markets returned to their losing ways for the first week of February, racking up weekly losses as new job creation faded in January while fresh surveys indicated continuing softness in both Canadian and U.S. manufacturing sectors. Toronto’s benchmark S&P/TSX Composite Index fell -0.5% on the week as crude oil prices dropped -8.1%. The U.S. blue-chip S&P 500 Composite declined -3.1% on the week, putting the index -8.0% underwater for the year to date.

 
 

 


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