It’s been a tough start for Chinese and North American Markets, as new year trading sees huge slides due to selloffs in Asia and low oil prices. What do investors need to know?
Are Toronto condos still a good investment? A senior BMO economist has found they’ve historically offered a better return than the TSX. Here’s what buyers and investors should know.
Recent developments in China have investors panicking and dumping shares, leading to a big bear market. Despite big losses, it’s important to stick to your strategy. Barry Choi shares his tips for weathering a downturn.
Could today mark the long-feared Grexit? As Greece defaults on its IMF loans and risks removal from the Eurozone, concerns arise over the global economic impact. Here’s what you need to know.
Should you be concerned about sliding oil prices? As an oil-dependent nation, there are implications for all Canadians. Read on to see how investors, drivers and consumers will be affected.
Today we’re looking at if we can use it as a historical comparison and what conclusions we can draw from this. Ready? Now given the changes in the S&P/TSX Index, you have to wonder…is studying its historical performance and drawing conclusions from it still relevant for today’s investors?
Last week I walked you through a brief history on the Toronto Composite Index on how the TSE300 was fazed out, and the new rules set in place by its predecessor the S&P/TSX Composite Index. This week we’re going to go through the historical stats including the number of companies in the The Toronto Composite Index (S&P/TSX), and the number of companies in each sector.