Views & Insights
Looking Back at Tech

Looking Back at Tech

The Journal | August 2020

Against the constant barrage of tech stocks news, Investment Counsellor Philip Doyle does some decluttering. In this piece, he evaluates how the market’s fixation on technology has left some ...

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Minerva: the Women of Burgundy Magazine, Issue 3

Minerva: the Women of Burgundy Magazine, Issue 3

Minerva | July 2020

The third issue of Minerva, a publication by the Women of Burgundy. This magazine is a shared effort to foster curiosity, confidence and continual growth for women as investors. ...

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In Volatile Times

In Volatile Times

The Journal | February 2020

Trade disputes, low and declining interest rates, an unpredictable political environment, and a potential pandemic all point to a future beyond the scope of existing forecasts. The significant market ...

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Ships that Sail Best in a Light Wind

Ships that Sail Best in a Light Wind

The Journal | November 2019

An update with Richard Rooney, President and Chief Investment Officer. Richard discusses the current economic environment and the motivations behind central bank monetary policy ...

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Minerva: the Women of Burgundy Magazine, Issue 2

Minerva: the Women of Burgundy Magazine, Issue 2

Minerva | October 2019

The second issue of Minerva, a publication by the Women of Burgundy. This magazine is a shared effort to foster curiosity, confidence and continual growth for women as investors ...

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Minerva Issue 2: Women of Burgundy, a Five-Year Update

Minerva Issue 2: Women of Burgundy, a Five-Year Update

Minerva | October 2019

A married woman, a mother, a grandmother, the CEO of her family’s foundation. Seeking the best thinking around investing so that she can prudently steward her family’s wealth ...

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Minerva Issue 2: Invert, Always Invert

Minerva Issue 2: Invert, Always Invert

Minerva | October 2019

The past 30 years have truly been a spectacular period to be invested in stocks. A US$10,000 investment in the S&P 500 Index at the end of 1988 would have grown ...

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Who Pays?

Who Pays?

The Journal | January 2019

Over a year ago, Burgundy did a complete reassessment of our research costs based on new financial rules from Europe called MiFID II. Historically, brokerage firms have incurred expenses on ...

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Tough October

Tough October

The Journal | November 2018

It was another tough October—famously the most difficult month of the year for the stock market. There once was a rational explanation for this phenomenon. In the old days, ...

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