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Harvest ETFs CIO Paul MacDonald discusses healthcare’s performance in 2023, trends to watch in 2024, and HHL’s track record.
Short, Medium, and Long-Term Bonds: Navigating Fixed Income in 2024 | Harvest Market Minutes: Episode 5
Harvest ETFs Portfolio Manager Mike Dragosits sits down to explore the maturity spectrum and our two new ETFs: The Harvest Premium Yield 7-10 Year Treasury ETF (HPYM) and the Harvest Canadian T-Bill ETF (TBIL)
Half a dozen fixed-income ETFs are the newest to rely on options writing to generate high monthly distributions.
Investing in 2023, 2024, Popular ETFs and more; Interview with Michael Kovacs, CEO of Harvest Portfolio Group.
Higher-for-longer interest rates is the reality rippling through bond markets. As rates go up, prices of bonds go down, offering more…
Harvest ETFs Chief Investment Officer and Portfolio Manager Paul MacDonald joins Harvest Market Minutes to explain why the…
Technology stocks with even the subtlest hint of an edge in artificial intelligence (AI) have received intense attention among investors of late.
In an equal-weight strategy, such as the one employed by the Invesco S&P 500 Equal Weight Index ETF, the mightiest names are cut down to size.
Investors are often focused on generating passive income with sources ranging from GICs to rental properties….
September and October are historically bad months for the stock markets, but U.S. health care equities can be a prescription to help soothe stomach-churning volatility.
Breakthroughs in the effectiveness of a class of medicines designed to treat diabetes have become the most talked about drug developments…
Globe & Mail features HHL – Harvest Healthcare Leaders Income ETF in article on pet treatment companies…
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