Featured guest Ryan Irvine on Dividend growth stocks, a category that has produced some of the great winners over time. Ryan speaks in depth to illustrate that investment approach and recommends some stocks that are in the category.
Writing an investment news letter is the ultimate “what have you done for me lately” game. Hard Rock Advisory’s Eric Coffin has had a dream year – 11 new recommendations – 340% average return. It seems only natural we’d ask what now….
Since the summer of 2008 – Jeff Olin’s Vision Capital has outperformed the TSX about 10 times over – and he says it’s the best way to invest in real estate. Vision strives to seek out both the undervalued, as well as the overvalued absolutely and relative to their peers. As all investments are in listed companies, broad opportunities exist whether it is in the red-hot Vancouver Market, or oil driven depressed markets like Edmonton.
The Fund target investments that are expected to outperform on a medium term, risk adjusted basis in areas where real estate is bullish. If the market is broadly, or locally bearish the fund also prospers by short selling overvalued Corporations and/or REITs.
Featured guest Greg Weldon is as excited about the Precious Metals right now as he was when he recommended it in 2005 when it was $450 and ounce. Since he recommended it it January 2016 Gold has subsequently jumped $325 and Gold shares came within a hair of tripling in price. This interview is gripping. Greg also gives his opinion on the stock market, currencies as well as interest rates.
In their monster hit, “Turn,Turn,Turn” The Birds famously sang – “to everything, there is a season.” That’s certainly true with gold, stocks, currencies and every other investment, which is why Mike loves to talk with the foremost expert on seasonality – Don Vialoux. Find out which groups to drop and which ones are about to get hot.
Brexit, Federal Reserve, Turkish Coup…what does it mean for your investments? What’s coming next? Not an easy answer but Caldwell Investment’s chief strategist, James Thorne says there’s one the key variable that you must keep a close eye on.