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How will inflation affect the markets and the Federal Reserve? What is the expected performance of corporate earnings in the second quarter? And how will rising COVID-19 case numbers affect stock markets around the world? Find out here.
A mid-year stock market recap, how to manage your money during market all-time highs and diversification. Get the answers here.
How could news from the U.S. Federal Reserve affect the stock market? Is “buying the dips” still a smart way to invest? And learn how some investors are combating inflation. Get the answers here.
Could last week’s disappointing job report actually be a good thing for the stock market? How can investors identify quality stocks? Should you still be investing in tech? Tune in and find out.
This Week with Allan Small: What is peak re-opening and how will impact the markets? Canadian banks to announce earnings – what does this mean for stocks and how are they managing during the pandemic? And why does the market continue to be choppy? Tune in now.
How could disappointing job data reports in the U.S. and Canada impact the markets? Rising oil prices — are we moving into the booming ’20s? Why are the markets choppier? How will this week’s news affect your money?
THIS WEEK with Allan Small: Proposed U.S. capital gains tax, quarterly earning reports and mass vaccinations: how will it impact investors? Tune in to get all the answers!
Inflation is on the rise, prompting investors to watch the markets. Big banks in the U.S. are beginning to report on quarterly earnings. And as the price of oil starts to stabilize, there are a few things to consider. Get the answers!
Tune in to learn more about increasing interest rates and their negative effect on the market, what you should be considering when making updates to your portfolio, and extended lockdowns and the impact it will have on the stock market.
10-year government bond rates are climbing and impacting the markets and borrowing costs. Oil prices have been climbing. Is it time to invest? Investors watching rising markets are wondering about the axiom “what goes up, must come down.” Is that true when it comes to the markets?
Recently, some investors are looking to make much speculative investments, wanting to chase stocks and “high flyers” in the hopes of getting better returns, while straying outside of their baseline investment strategy. Strategies vary from person to person, but this can be a riskier situation.
A surprisingly rapid surge in the 10-year government bond rate in the U.S. & Canada rattled investors in the last week of February 2021. What happened and what could it mean going forward?
What should investors know in order to make the best decisions with their money this week? Investor greed, bitcoin basics, vaccine rollout and the impact on the markets, and more.
News headlines erupted and investors watched with fascination as a David & Goliath story played out when a group of amateur retail Reddit investors went up against Wall Street hedge funds that were looking to short stocks, such as GameStop. Check out my latest video to learn more.
What should investors consider before retiring? Check out my latest video as I provide strategies on how investors should manage their investment portfolio to reach their retirement goals.
As we start 2021, key factors that will affect your investing decisions over the next 10 days include the impact of a new Presidency in the U.S. on investors. What will the markets be looking for him to say? Check out my latest video to learn more.
It is never too early to start investing. A strategy that I use at times for new investors is to start investing in things that you are familiar with. Perhaps invest in the companies that make the products you use. Owning an investment that you can relate to is a great way to start investing.
“What if” scenarios are something investors are faced with everyday. What if COVID-19 cases rise? What if the stock market has gone up too fast? Should investors be worried about possible “what if” scenarios? Have a look at my recent video.
This week’s video focuses on 2020, the Year in Review, looking at Shutdowns, Lessons Learned and The Future.
This week’s video focuses on three things investors should watch for in the week ahead: portfolios & tax-loss selling, market volatility, vaccines & investor confidence.
This week’s video focuses on three things investors should watch for in the week ahead: vaccine rollout and distribution news; U.S. stimulus efforts suddenly emerging, and portfolio investment strategies as year-end approaches.
This week’s video focuses on three things investors should watch for in the week ahead: vaccines and their rollout and distribution; upcoming Canadian bank earning announcements; and positive investor optimism and momentum coming out of November.
We’ve launched a new weekly video series that talks about things investors should watch for in the week ahead. This week, we look at the impact of lockdowns, great news on vaccines, and upcoming bank earning announcements.
Many ask the question, how do you find a good investment advisor? In this video, I discussed the things you should ask an investment advisor to make an informed decision.
Check out my video on dividend investments and why they are so important to an investor’s returns.
The word “safe” regarding investment selection means different things to different people. Check out my most recent video explaining the different risk levels and what investors’ expectations should be.
What is the Allan Small Difference? Why is it important for the average investor?
Check out my new YouTube video on why investing is not gambling. Hope is not an investing strategy. From a number’s perspective, there is always a sensible strategy available.
How does people’s perception affect how they invest? At times it can be more powerful than reality. Check out my new YouTube video as I discuss the impact of your perception on portfolio management.
Do you buy when markets are falling or wait until you see things getting better before you invest? In this video, I discuss when investors should consider buying during volatile unpredictable times.
In this episode I discuss why emotions might be hurting your investments, and what you can do to make the right decisions.
Should you be concerned about mutual fund fees? In this video, I discuss the cost of owning a mutual fund versus overall returns.
Are mutual funds a good investment for you? Here are the top 2 reasons why mutual funds can be a good investment.
Do seniors have time to recover from a stock market correction? This is a big concern for those seniors invested in the stock market today.
One of the questions I receive most often when on TV or Radio is whether an individual should invest or pay off their debt?
People love sales but not when it comes to investments! In this video, I discuss why investors need to change their mindset and not be afraid to buy investments when they drop in price.