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A Brighter Outlook

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Looking Back on a Remarkable Year

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Dona Eull-Schultz, President of Leon Frazer & Associates, elected member of the Board of Directors by the Portfolio Management Association of Canada (PMAC).

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Outperformance in the Canadian Market

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An Event Filled Quarter

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The Leon Frazer Client Art Gallery Presents: Journeys into the Landscape, an exhibition of works by Don Snider

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Recovery Well Under Way

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A Brutal Year for Canadian Equities

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Q3-2015 Equity Commentary – A Quarter to Forget

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Find Dependable Stocks Amid Volatility

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Ryan Bushell on BNN Market Call – August 17, 2015

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Continued Strength Despite Lacklustre Returns

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A top dividend investment manager’s advice on profiting in today’s volatile markets

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Oil Prices & The Canadian Dollar

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What Have You Done for Me Lately?

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Cautiously Optimistic, Despite Market Uncertainty

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Market Perspectives – Will you Still Feed Me, When I’m 64? – The Beatles

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Leon Frazer Announces Opening of Calgary Office

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Market Perspectives – iPhones, Commodities and the Infiltration of Short-Term Thinking

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Despite Market Volatility, the Path is Clearly Up

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Market Perspectives: The Great Divergence

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Market Perspectives: There’s Still Hope for the Patient

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Market Weakness Creates Opportunities

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Market Perspectives: Donuts, Buybacks and Dividends

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Matching – The First Principle of Investing

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Positive Second Quarter for Canadian Market at Last

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Good Investment Advice – Don’t Watch the Keeper

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Introducing the Leon Frazer Client Art Gallery

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Signs of Economic Strength Continue

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New Leon Frazer & Associates Blog

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Effect on Dividend Stocks as a Result of Rising Interest Rates

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A Promising Year Ahead

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What’s wrong with Canada?

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Stocks and bonds: Times are changing

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Equity market commentary: the slow grind continues

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Leon Frazer hires institutional marketing veteran

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5 reasons why Leon Frazer is unique among Canadian equity managers

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Why is Leon Frazer entering the pension market?

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Introducing a Canadian investment pioneer

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Are equities a safer bet than bonds?

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The power of dividend stocks in taming market volatility

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The Leon Frazer Way

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Leon Frazer’s long-term approach to investing

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Client Relationship Portal Available

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Industrial Alliance acquires Leon Frazer

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How household spending changes as Canadians age

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Is market volume more important than market liquidity?

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The impact of rising oil prices

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Ryan Bushell: Inside the Market

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Why invest?

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A simple way to show the power of growing dividends

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The outlook for Canadian equities? It’s good

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Commodities provide short-term investing opportunities

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Is inflation dead?

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Pension guru calls for dividend-investing strategies

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Inflation key hurdle to a successful retirement

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Resources continue to drag down Canadian markets

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Benefits Canada remembers George Frazer

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How much is enough?

By Lenore Davis

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Bloomberg Businessweek remembers George Frazer’s calming words

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The saving public loses a champion

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Investment legend passes away at 86

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It is all about jobs

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Why does the Leon Frazer dividend style work?

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What if the US avoids the Fiscal Cliff?

There is a lot of negativity surrounding capital markets, but with the right conditions stock markets could be flooded with money

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Monetary easing lifts markets

North American markets snapped back in the third-quarter 2012 but the recovery process will be slow and choppy, says Leon Frazer’s Q3 2012 Quarterly Review

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Dividend-growing stocks overcome market volatility

Further proof of the benefits of investing in dividend growers, in both up and down markets, revealed in new study

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Investment world dominated by short-term thinking

Institutional investors need to be more focused on well-managed companies, intrinsic value, stable cash flows and risk-adjusted returns over time

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Dividend investing key to market volatility

A focus on companies that have a track record of growing dividends is the key to a low-volatility strategy

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Is there no end in sight to market volatility?

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The new realities of retirement

There are two essential components to a successful investment plan, and one hurdle to overcome

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In sickness and in health

A good retirement plan may help a retiree through the unexpected costs of catastrophic illness

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Canadian bond markets continue to perform well

The JOV Leon Frazer Bond Fund will look to extending the term of bond holdings given the strong credit fundamentals of many Canadian companies, says the Leon Frazer Q3 2012 Quarterly Review

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Dividend growth key to positive portfolio returns

Since 1980, 73% of market appreciation can be attributed to increases in dividends so don’t get caught up in listening to all that awful global economic news

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Reaping the benefits of living longer

By investing in dividend-growing companies, older Canadians can afford to live longer

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As baby boomers retire

As baby boomers retire in record numbers, their financial readiness for retirement is being questioned. Retirees who have prepared their portfolios to generate a consistent stream of income will be better poised to meet life’s future challenges

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Fixed income markets a safe haven

North American yields resumed their downward trend in the second quarter of 2012, according to the Leon Frazer Quarterly Review

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Equity markets continue to frustrate

The second quarter of 2012 was once again a difficult period for equity investors in both Canada and the United States, says the Q2 2012 Leon Frazer Quarterly Review

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The changing needs of baby boomers

As baby boomers age the demand for stable income growth with low volatility remains high

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2012 starts on a flat note for fixed income

On a historical basis, government yields remain anaemically low, below both the annual inflation rate and the yield on the S&P/TSX Composite Index, reports the Q1 2012 Quarterly Review

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North American markets start 2012 on a positive note

Despite the recent out performance of US equities, the Quarterly Review reminds readers that Canadian dollar investors have not made positive returns in the US market for 12 years, and that includes dividends

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The stunning fall of an important source of personal income

US interest income falls by almost $450 billion while dividend income continues to rise

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The case for dividend growth

While governments teeter on insolvency, there is room for companies to grow their dividends

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Turning the investment upside down

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The inverse of yield

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Backbone stocks lead the way in 2011

Investing in blue-chip companies in key industries such as the banking, pipeline, utilities and telecom segments may be boring, but it works, says the Leon Frazer Quarterly Review

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The myth of the bond safe haven

Despite market volatility high-yielding stocks fare better than bonds

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The ever-changing nature of the Toronto stock market index

While the industrial and forest product sectors have been gutted, the TSX index has beefed up on financials and gold

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What does deleveraging mean to investors?

Downside volatility, not seen since the global financial crisis, sent shockwaves through markets, reported the Leon Frazer Quarterly Review for the third quarter of 2011. Plus, the Review weighed in on debt, savings and what they means for investors

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“Financial oppression” and dividend-growing stocks

“Financial oppression” is a new term coined to describe today’s economic times – a time when governments set interest rates so low investors can’t maintain their standard of living. The only antidote? A dose of high-yielding equities

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Investing in a deleveraging world

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A stock pick to own for 100 years

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The aging population challenges investors

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Ottawa increases scrutiny of family trust arrangements

By Brian Wilson

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Where does our money go?

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The crisis in youth unemployment

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Discretionary portfolio management

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The year ahead

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The need for income

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A tale of two views

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Are the markets working?

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Inflation and its impact on investing

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Investing in quality companies key to positive returns

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As the water hole shrinks

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Leaving a legacy

By Bruce Ball and Dona Eull-Schultz

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Investors gravitate towards dividend stocks

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When interest rates rise

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Why the economic recovery will be very slow

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Economy shows signs of recovery

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Spend less, save more

Saving rates are changing to deal with economic crisis. They may never go back

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New initiatives set stage for economic recovery

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2008 was an unprecedented year

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George Frazer’s letter to clients

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A quarter to remember

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Opportunities for growth in Canadian equities

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US credit crunch intensifies

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Leon Frazer introduces new chief operating officer

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George Frazer’s investment philosophy

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Fund pioneer has stayed the course for 60 years

George Frazer receives Career Achievement Award for his proven theories and solid fund management

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