Views & Insights
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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Expecting the Unexpected

Expecting the Unexpected

The Journal | February 2020

"It’s 6:30 in the morning and I’m checking my inbox for the first time. It’s early. It’s also earnings season, when most public companies are releasing their ...

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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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Hot or Not?

Hot or Not?

The Journal | July 2019

In September 2008, Slumdog Millionaire won the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). The movie follows 18-year-old Jamal from the Juhu slums in Mumbai to his ...

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Naïve Optimism

Naïve Optimism

The Journal | June 2019

This year’s Burgundy Forum – our 20th annual Client Day event – recognized the careful balance between rationalism, cynicism and optimism as it pertains to behaviour and diversity of ...

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$13 Trillion and Rising

$13 Trillion and Rising

The Journal | April 2019

In recent months, the financial media has been preoccupied with debt. We understand the attention. A little over a decade ago, high levels of American household debt were a catalyst ...

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Greetings from the Pearl River Delta

Greetings from the Pearl River Delta

The Journal | February 2019

On October 31st, we embarked on our six-month research project in China. Our objectives were to understand China better, to develop a network of professionals with valuable insights we could ...

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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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