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Prevailing myths and misconceptions of the active/passive decision in Canada
We investigate seven widespread myths and misconceptions related to the active or passive investing debate and identify the truth for Canadian investors.
Uncertainty on trade shapes Fed policy options
Vanguard's Joe Davis looks at how uncertainty may shape the Federal Open Market Committee's thinking about short-term interest rates during their September meeting.
Risk speedometers: Risk appetite remains low
Canadian investor risk appetite remained low in the second quarter of 2019, as Canadians gravitated towards domestic and global fixed income.
Why inflation remains low (Hint: It's about technology)
Learn how technology is having a dampening effect on inflation and what this means for investors.
Risk speedometers: Canadians pump the brakes on investment risk appetite in Q1
Our latest speedometers show that investors' appetite for risk decreased sharply during first quarter of 2019.
Risk speedometers: Fourth quarter 2018
Canadian investor risk appetite increased but remained reasonably well balanced in the fourth quarter of 2018.
Trust: A key component for growing your advisory business
What's the single most important factor in generating client referrals? Building trust with your clients. Here are some tips for building strong connections.
Two more all-in-one ETF portfolios
Our latest all-in-one ETF portfolios offer greater flexibility to investors by providing additional options on both sides of the risk spectrum.
I just don't get it
We examine the assertion that the Bloomberg Barclays US Aggregate Bond Index isn't as good of a bond index as it once was because it is overweight U.S. Treasuries.
Stay the course: A New Year's resolution for investors
The start of a new year is a chance to review your financial plan and assess whether you're on track to meet your goals
U.S. Fed policy update: A single rate hike likely in 2019
Vanguard has adjusted its outlook for U.S. interest rate policy in 2019. Global Chief Economist Joe Davis explains why the Federal Reserve is likely to raise rates only once this year.
Risk speedometers: Slight decline for third quarter
Risk appetite was slightly below average for the third quarter of 2018.
Risk speedometers: Risk appetite edges higher in August
Risk appetite was slightly higher in August as global equities continued to outpace global bonds.
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