Global Tensions Have Increased

Published by Michael Farrell, Chartered Investment Manager on Aug 10, 2017

As we listen to global tensions increase in the global markets, I find it helpful to review our Point & Figure indicators to see what is changing. The US stock market as measured by the S&P 500 moved ... Continue reading

Is the Toronto Stock Market Having a Summer Sale?

Published by Michael Farrell, Chartered Investment Manager on Jun 16, 2017

The Global Stock markets have had a very good start to the year with Toronto's TSX being one exception. The TSX had an excellent 2016 and ultimately made a new high in February 2017 at around 15,900..... Continue reading

The Global Stock Market Advance Continues

Published by Michael Farrell, Chartered Investment Manager on Feb 13, 2017

Since the US presidential election in early November, global stock markets have continued to improve and move ahead which is contrary to what one may have expected. US President Donald Trump has......... Continue reading

Deja vu All Over Again??

Published by Michael Farrell, Chartered Investment Manager on Nov 22, 2016

Leading up to the US Presidential election, many pundits and pollsters were predictiing a Hillary Clinton victory for President of United States and the results were not forthcoming. Initially the US ... Continue reading

The Risk Levels Have Been Moving Up

Published by Michael Farrell, Chartered Investment Manager on Nov 03, 2016

The trading action of the US stock market has been to the downside as we approach the US Presidential election. No real surprise there. In mid - October, our main indicator for the US stock market - NYSE... Continue reading

Investment Insight : S&P 500 Postive Trends Illustrate a Buy Signal

Published by Michael Farrell , Chartered Investment Manager on Sep 02, 2016

The S&P 500 has certainly been in a bullish mood lately. After going into a near free-fall over the Brexit concern, the stock market index is now trending upwards with future prospects certainly looking... Continue reading