Yearly Archives: 2019

Writing Call Options to Protect a Position  
July 09, 2019
Protection

Writing Call Options to Protect a Position  

Martin Noël

As the following graph shows, shares in the Bank of Montreal (BMO) has been in correction territory since falling below the 13 and 34-day moving averages. The stock’s last rally toward $101 is similar to one near the end of November 2018, just before the stock plummeted by almost 14% in the space of a few weeks. Furthermore,...

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Currency Options University – Part 1
June 20, 2019
Concepts

Currency Options University – Part 1

Patrick Ceresna

Part 1: Welcome to the world of currencies It is very common for Canadian investors to invest in American stocks. Yet, it is surprising how few retail investors understand the impact currency fluctuations have on their returns. More often than not, investors look at the price fluctuation of an asset price assuming a constant...

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Profit from an Increase in Canadian Building Permits
June 05, 2019
Concepts

Profit from an Increase in Canadian Building Permits

Martin Noël

In this article, we analyze changes in Canadian building permits in relation to fluctuations in the price of Richelieu Hardware Ltd. (symbol: RCH) for the period from January 2014 to May 2019. RCH is an importer, distributor and manufacturer of specialty hardware and complementary products. The company’s main source of...

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Maximize Returns and Minimize Losses in a Recession

May 28, 2019
Bearish Outlook

Maximize Returns and Minimize Losses in a Recession


Jason Ayres

Canadian investors continue to watch both domestic and global economic data closely as fears of a recession loom. According to Statistics Canada in their March 1st , 2019 release “Growth in real gross domestic product (GDP) slowed to 0.1% in the fourth quarter, the slowest pace since the second quarter of 2016”   See...

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Writing Put Options on a Support Level
May 16, 2019
Concepts

Writing Put Options on a Support Level

Martin Noël

As the following chart shows, the price of shares in George Weston Limited (WN) is down slightly from its recent high of $102.30, and it could stabilize at a support level of around $98.00. This is close to the current level of its 34-day moving average (on April 29, 2019). Furthermore, we can see that the stock’s RSI 5...

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What do Cannabis, Nelson Peltz and Hedging Have in Common?
April 04, 2019
Protection

What do Cannabis, Nelson Peltz and Hedging Have in Common?

Jason Ayres

On March 13th, Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX: ACB) announced that they had appointed Nelson Peltz as a Strategic Advisor to help explore potential partnerships and advise on the company’s global expansion strategy. This is a big deal given Mr. Peltz’s business history and reputation for delivering results. For more details...

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Options for RRSP and TFSA
March 14, 2019
Concepts

Options for RRSP and TFSA

Jason Ayres

It’s that time of year again, where investors thoughts turn to RRSP and TFSA contributions and taking advantage of growing their portfolio in a tax-sheltered or tax-free way. There are many ways to approach portfolio management. Often, when you ask a cross section of self-directed investors their answers will vary. Some...

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