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Greg Taylor

Greg Taylor

Greg Taylor, CFA, is the Chief Investment Officer of Purpose Investments Inc. A data-driven manager with a focus on managing risk through active-trading strategies, Greg specializes in finding and exploiting pockets of volatility in the market to drive returns. He spent more than 15 years managing pension and mutual fund assets at Aurion Capital Management. He also held a role of senior portfolio manager at Front Street Capital and LOGiQ Asset Management before coming to Purpose Investments.

Greg serves on the investment committee for the MS Society of Canada and advises the finance program’s portfolio management course at Bishop’s University. He has won numerous Brendan Wood International “TopGun” awards and is a regular host and guest on BNN Bloomberg and Toronto’s all-news radio station, 680News. Greg is a CFA Charterholder and has a BBA in Finance from Bishop’s University.

Articles

Good news all baked in

By Greg Taylor (Published on 06-11-2024)

Volatility returns

By Greg Taylor (Published on 05-08-2024)

Is market enthusiasm overdone?

By Greg Taylor (Published on 04-09-2024)

Where’s the broad market rally?

By Greg Taylor (Published on 03-12-2024)

Keeping the genie bottled up

By Greg Taylor (Published on 02-07-2024)

Good prospects for a positive year in markets

By Greg Taylor (Published on 01-09-2024)

Clockwork seasonality

By Greg Taylor (Published on 12-07-2023)

Is that a new dawn on the horizon?

By Greg Taylor (Published on 11-21-2023)

Looking for happy landings

By Greg Taylor (Published on 10-11-2023)

Beware the September surprise!

By Greg Taylor (Published on 09-07-2023)

Markets in the summer doldrums

By Greg Taylor (Published on 08-08-2023)

The wall of worry

By Greg Taylor (Published on 07-11-2023)

This trend is not your friend

By Greg Taylor (Published on 06-07-2023)

Selling in May?

By Greg Taylor (Published on 05-09-2023)

A little complacency is a dangerous thing

By Greg Taylor (Published on 04-11-2023)

The investment perils of the Ides of March

By Greg Taylor (Published on 03-08-2023)

Not out of the woods yet

By Greg Taylor (Published on 02-07-2023)

Bracing for surprise

By Greg Taylor (Published on 01-09-2023)

November market bounce an early holiday gift

By Greg Taylor (Published on 12-13-2022)

Did stock markets just bottom out?

By Greg Taylor (Published on 11-11-2022)

Climbing back from the precipice

By Greg Taylor (Published on 10-12-2022)

Danger season is here

By Greg Taylor (Published on 09-14-2022)

Markets rebound, but danger season still lies ahead

By Greg Taylor (Published on 08-11-2022)

Time for bottom fishing?

By Greg Taylor (Published on 07-12-2022)

Jumping into the great unknown

By Greg Taylor (Published on 06-08-2022)

Seasonality foiled

By Greg Taylor (Published on 05-11-2022)

March madness, April showers unsettle markets

By Greg Taylor (Published on 04-12-2022)

New normal: same as old normal

By Greg Taylor (Published on 03-09-2022)

Market tone changes with dazzling speed

By Greg Taylor (Published on 02-16-2022)

The perilous market path ahead

By Greg Taylor (Published on 01-06-2022)

Market fatigue sets in and volatility arrives

By Greg Taylor (Published on 12-16-2021)

Can markets maintain October’s upside momentum?

By Greg Taylor (Published on 11-10-2021)

The gales of November

By Greg Taylor (Published on 10-13-2021)

The danger months are here

By Greg Taylor (Published on 09-22-2021)

Testing the bull

By Greg Taylor (Published on 08-18-2021)

Meme stocks, supply chains, and the post-stimulus market

By Greg Taylor (Published on 07-14-2021)

Is another ‘taper tantrum’ on the way?

By Greg Taylor (Published on 06-09-2021)

Is the U.S. Fed getting ready to remove the punch bowl?

By Greg Taylor (Published on 05-11-2021)

Buckle up and get ready for the ride

By Greg Taylor (Published on 04-08-2021)

Yields rising: too far, too fast?

By Greg Taylor (Published on 03-09-2021)

Stocks gain momentum: how to structure portfolios now

By Greg Taylor (Published on 01-08-2021)

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