Summer is a slow time for stocks. The “sell in May” crowd has gone away and many people start taking extended holidays. Volume thins on the markets and as a result there is less momentum. And this year, it looks as though the economic slowdown will be supporting seasonal trends.
But did you know that there [...]
iPad-owning investors, take note of the Wall Street Journal’s new MarketWatch Market Data iPad App – you have it on your iPhone, you might as well get it on your iPad now, too – You’ll get the same information you see on the iPhone app, only much clearer and easier to read and navigate.
The MarketWatch [...]
Yellow Pages Income Trust (TSX: YLO.UN) converted to a corporation on Monday, November 1, 2010. It now trades on the TSX under the name Yellow Media Inc. with the ticker (TSX: YLO).
What Happens to the Rest of Your Income Trusts Before 2011
In their Q3 news release, Yellow Media Inc. announced that distributions would be $0.35/year, [...]
TD Waterhouse Discount Brokerage (Canada) has announced that it will lower the standard flat rate commission fee for buy and sell orders from $29 down to $9.99 for clients with household assets of at least $50,000. Changes take effect on November 4th, 2010.
Previously, clients had to hold at least $100,000 in assets at Waterhouse to [...]
November is usually a good month for stocks. Free from the seasonal worries about risky September and October markets, November often represents a return to a rallying environment in stocks generally and in certain sectors especially.
This year being a mid-term election year in the U.S. also bodes well for stock markets for the rest of 2010 and into [...]