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How to approach utilities ETFs

How to approach utilities ETFs

Prior to the pandemic, utilities companies performed quite well on positive fundamentals. This pushed their valuations to relatively high…

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The Outlook for Healthcare

The Outlook for Healthcare

Paul MacDonald of Harvest Portfolios outlines what the future could hold for the healthcare sector for the rest of 2020 and beyond – and the best…

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Why oil went negative

Why oil went negative

Earlier today, for the first time in history, U.S. oil prices crude collapsed into negative territory, mainly because demand has vanished …

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Brand Loyalty

Brand Loyalty

THE World’s most recognizable brands have a historical track record, attract some of the best talent on the globe, distribute their…

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Mike Dragosits, PM on Energy

Mike Dragosits, PM on Energy

The Trans Mountain pipeline green light is little more than an incremental step forward and there remains “muddy waters to wade…

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Gold is a good hedge right now

Gold is a good hedge right now

In the tail end of an economic cycle, with interest rates tipping down, and the U.S. economy slowing, investors could find a hedge in gold, says…

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Harvest launches gold ETF

Harvest launches gold ETF

The ETF invests primarily in large gold-mining issuers that are listed on a regulated stock exchange in North America, Australia or certain…

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Harvest builds an ETF

Harvest builds an ETF

Oakville, Ont.-based Harvest Portfolios Group Inc. has launched an ETF focused on finance and real estate. Harvest Banks & Buildings…

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