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Will the threat of trade wars lead to a market correction?

The first half of 2018 was a tale of two markets.

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Target Rates of Return and Return Expectations

This article addresses the target rate of return approach that institutional investors employ and how that target rate of return has been adjusted over the past number of years.

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Growth or Value in 2018?

After solid gains in 2017 technology stocks have continued to lead the way in 2018. However, the enthusiasm for growth stocks isn’t what it used to be.

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Does the Bear enter our lives in 2018?

The first quarter of 2018 was certainly an interesting one; from the largest daily losses by points in the history of the Dow, to a market rebound later that month.

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Private Wealth Podcast

A podcast series to discuss Private Wealth solutions for clients.

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The Economic Dive

Every Tuesday and Thursday, beginning February 1st, tune in for a new video of "The Economic Dive" featuring expert speakers and the Manulife Private Wealth team!

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2017 was a banner year of performance

A very Happy New Year to all. As another year ends, it’s a good chance to reflect on the rearview mirror, while looking ahead to navigate the road of 2018.

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Investing like the Pros

Pensions, endowments, and foundations are examples of institutional investors. There are a couple of significant differences in how institutions invest their assets relative to how retail investors manage theirs.

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Bots, what’s coming and what’s already here

They are finding their way into a great many aspects of our interactions and they are becoming more and more intelligent as we gain experience with them.

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Artificial Intelligence and the Road Ahead

The first of a series of articles that examines various aspects of change in relation to the economy, businesses and finance which we may expect from AI in the decades to come.

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Risk and Return - A Historical Perspective

It is an adage in investment circles that risk is the currency with which you buy return.

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Inheritance stakes higher with blended families

Whether it be inheritance, a family business, or any number of assets, legacy planning is a hard task for any family. But it ramps up significantly in the case of blended families.

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Is Fixed Income Becoming Unhinged…?

Theoretically, in periods of rising inflation, investors should look to avoid fixed income investments due to the sensitivity of bond prices to rising interest rates.

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Tortoise vs. Hare – Slow and Steady wins the Race

For long-suffering Toronto Maple Leafs’ fans, Auston Matthews is the new hockey god. The young phenom has set the record for the most goals by a U.S.-born rookie.

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A New Year’s Resolution to improve your Portfolio Management

I find January 1st to be magical - it provides an opportunity for a "do-over". For many, that do-over often includes becoming healthier or getting on top of your finances.

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Hello Europe…How are Things…?

Canadian investors have had little to complain about in 2016. Can the good times carry to 2017 or should investors look to other markets to meet their goals?

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Inflation Where art Thou?

The lack of inflation persists despite some of the most accommodative policy measures in the history of the United States.

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How to Avoid a Princely Ending

With the recent passing of the artist currently known as Prince, followed by the news in the media that he may not have prepared a will, many questions have been asked about who deals with his fortune.

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The Road to Boston

I’ve completed a half marathon and a full marathon in the past, but I’ve never viewed myself as “someone who runs”. Well, I already ran a half, how much harder can a full marathon be?

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5 Things Nobody tells Millennials about Money

Yes, this is another list-article about Millennials. But a quick article with a few tips on keeping your financial life in order never hurt anyone.

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The End of Corporate Class Investing?

Last week Canadian Finance Minister revealed the Liberal Party’s 2016 Budget. Amongst the various announcements, one particular move caught the eye of the financial services industry.

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