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Canada Looks North to Export its Oil

Infrastructure projects can require a lot of planning, but the proposed link by the Alaska – Alberta Railway Development Corporation (A2A Rail) traces its...

Art of the Tariff

Yesterday’s White House announcement that newly imposed tariffs on Chinese goods would be delayed three months sent stocks higher. The trade dispute hasn’t hurt...

IPO of the Week: Americold

Americold is the world’s largest owner and operator of temperature-controlled warehouses. Americold has a global portfolio of warehouses in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Argentina and Canada.

Don’t Let Fear Hinder Investment Decision Making

I don’t know about you but I’m getting tired of seeing nothing but doom and gloom in print, on social media, and on the...

Equities Aren’t the Only Wild Market

The markets have been whipsawing at break-neck speeds over the past two weeks, and the chaos is not isolated to equities. We viewed other sectors for comparison, and thought the findings may be of interest to others.

IPO of the Week: Everbridge

Incorporated in 2008 under the name 3n Global, Everbridge is a Burlington, MA-based software company. The company provides critical event management (CEM) and enterprise safety solutions.

Market Trends & Outlook

Stock Buyback Drop Indicating Rising Trade War Concerns

2018 was a record-setting year for buybacks, and the kickoff to 2019 showed signs of continuing, if not breaking, that trend. But the strong rebound in equities in Q1 was followed by a large uptick in volatility in May, a repercussion of trade war concerns.

Leading Consumer Brands Expert Comments on U.S./China Trade Wars

There is a global slowdown happening, particularly in the manufacturing sector. On the other hand, consumers, particularly in the U.S., are still healthy but on the margin the economic data has gotten less optimistic.

Natural Gas: The Big Energy Story

The world’s energy sector is undergoing a transformation. Widespread press coverage of the growth in renewables reflects increasing concern about climate change. Nextera Energy,...

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Stock Buyback Drop Indicating Rising Trade War Concerns

2018 was a record-setting year for buybacks, and the kickoff to 2019 showed signs of continuing, if not breaking, that trend. But the strong rebound in equities in Q1 was followed by a large uptick in volatility in May, a repercussion of trade war concerns.

Investment Wisdom Podcast – Day 9 of 12

What It Means to be a True Systematic Manager and How to Spot the Lemon’s in your Lineup

Investment Wisdom Podcast – Day 8 of 12

And on the 7th day, the Meta Portfolio was created. After analyzing the many sources of return across major global asset classes, we now focus on how to implement different strategies and the most thoughtful way of putting those pieces together.

Are credit investors being too anxious?

Credit investors are perhaps bearish by nature – always looking for threats. But even CIFC veteran Stan Sokolowski wonders whether investors are being overly pessimistic about the market.

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