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Equity market commentary: the slow grind continues

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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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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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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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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 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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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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Investing in quality companies key to positive returns

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Investors gravitate towards dividend stocks

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Economy shows signs of recovery

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New initiatives set stage for economic recovery

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2008 was an unprecedented year

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A quarter to remember

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Opportunities for growth in Canadian equities