Over the last few days the stock markets around the world have done something they haven’t done in over a year: post a large negative return for a few days. The latest drop in the markets appears to be caused by the fear of interest rates going up in the near term. We’ve also read reports of a few leveraged […]
December was a good month for stock markets around the world, and capped off a good year for our portfolios.
November was a good month for stock markets around the world, less so for bond markets. But the currency or “investment” that did the best was bitcoin.
October was a good month for both stock and bond markets around the world. With the end of the year just around the corner, now is a good time for some final tax planning before its too late.
Despite its historical reputation, September was a good month for stocks. Bonds didn’t fare as well as interest rates continued to rise.
August was a relatively good month for stock and bond markets around the world.
July was a difficult month for Canadian stocks and bonds, outside of Canada most stock and bond markets were positive.
June was a difficult month for most stock and bond markets. And after 6 straight positive months, our Core portfolios had a negative month as well.