Neil McIver joined Michael to share why re-balancing your portfolio needs to happen right now – to avoid unnecessary risk in a COVID skewed market and in light of government interventions.
This was one of the themes in Neil’s 2021 World Outlook Financial Conference workshop – Beating the Market in 2021 & What Institutions Know That You Don’t. This workshop is the #1 most watched presentation from the Conference. As a special bonus for our MoneyTalks audience we’re able to offer you free access to Neil’s full video presentation. CLICK to Access
Justin Smith shared some reasons investors might consider adding mortgage funds to their portfolio. Analysis on this new type of asset class, and why it is becoming so popular in this low interest rate environment.
Justin did a full presentation at the 2021 World Outlook Financial Conference on this topic. It provides more detail and recommendations, and we are able to offer it to our MoneyTalks audience for free… CLICK to Access and watch the video
DH Kim, CEO of Finhaven Private Markets, joins Mike to talk about Canada’s very first approved platform for individual investors to buy private company shares AND sell them directly to other investors through the wonders of blockchain.
Ian Paterson of Plurilock Security (TSX:V-PLUR) updates Michael on the implications of the massive SolarWinds hack and what it means for the cybersecurity industry and investors.
Paul Gill, CEO of Lomiko Metals joins Michael to update him on the status of the electric vehicle growth in North America, and where his graphite project and Cdn public company stands to benefit.
We still have a virus causing panic, $400 billion of new debt and a Reset that’s real despite how Mainstream Media discredits those who dare question its existence. All are dynamics requiring investors to be nimble. Topics include:
- Challenges & Opportunities ahead in 2021 and beyond
- Strategies to protect capital and seize opportunities
- Building balanced portfolios for stable, long-term returns without relying on bonds
- How IWM managers are positioning portfolios for 2021
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