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Commentary April 2020

Reblogged from First Sovereign Investment Management This winter was a wild ride to say the least.  Initially related to the US election and later gaining full steam due to the Covid19 coronavirus (the “virus”), the winter’s market pullback was anything

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Commentary January 2020

Reblogged from First Sovereign Investment Management A year has passed since markets made their big dip at the end of 2018. While the rise from that dip dominated investor thinking in the early part of 2019, later in the year

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Commentary April 2019

Reblogged from First Sovereign Investment Management After the steep descent many markets experienced leading up to Christmas of 2018, this winter we witnessed a significant and broad-based recovery. This has led stocks in many cases back to relatively lofty levels

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Commentary October 2018

Reblogged from: First Sovereign Investment Management This summer markets were heavily influenced by central bank activity, raising interest rate outlooks, as well as continued geopolitics related to the US connections to NAFTA, Iran, and China. Later some stabilization emerged but

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Commentary July 2018

Reblogged from: First Sovereign Investment Management After a January surge and pullback, market sentiment through the spring has been driven largely by the ups and downs of geopolitics. Meanwhile fundamental analysts work to see through the fog of the political

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Real Estate Capital Gains Tax: Budget 2017

What’s your game plan for winding down your Capital Gains tax liability? Yesterday Canada’s Finance Minister presented the government’s latest budget. there had been many fears about the potential increase of capital gains taxation. To do so would not only

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