articles you can send

Articles You Can Send Clients (August 26, 2009)

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010

During the last week there has been a great deal of interesting and unusual but positive commentary about the upturn in the market and the economy. In our first selections this week, Laszlo Birinyi, who runs an excellent asset management shop, a long-time contributor to Forbes Magazine, and runs, comments that the market rally […]

More Articles to Send Anxious Clients

Wednesday, July 14th, 2010

Last week’s post with articles to send nervous clients got a great response. In light of that, here are more articles from this weekend’s Barron’s , New York Times and Wall Street Journal that might reassure anxious clients. First, the Chief Investment Officer of Harris Private Bank in Chicago looks at valuation, the economy, liquidity, […]

Articles You Can Send Clients (August 12, 2009) – Quality, Quality, Quality

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

Each Wednesday we are sending you 3 articles you can send to clients to stay in touch and to promote open lines of communication with them. Its especially difficult to be motivational when there is so much skepticism about the economy and the market. When the market was a screaming buy, clients were not exactly […]

Articles You Can Send Clients (September 2, 2009)

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

During the last week, markets have been volatile, and have been accompanied by rising concerns about the sustainability of the rally in the context of earnings and economic growth. On one hand, Merrill Lynch reports fund managers have been buying this rally in a big way, and on the other hand TrimTabs, an independent investment […]

4 Articles to Send Nervous Clients

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

Even with the market bounceback in 2009, many clients are still anxious, often stemming from negative media coverage of prospects for the economy and markets. If you run into this, here are recent articles that might help calm nervous clients. Emerging markets soar past their doubters New York Times – Tuesday December 29 Jeremy […]

Three Articles You Can Send to Nervous Clients

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

Despite the more positive tone to markets, anxiety is still high among many Canadians. Here are three articles from this past weekend’s Barron’s, New York Times and Wall Street Journal to reassure nervous clients. On Saturday, the Wall Street Journal  wrote that “the U.S. economy’s natural healing tendencies are asserting themselves and the American economy […]

Articles You Can Send Your Clients (August 5, 2009)

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

This last week has been marked with the continuation of the great melt-up in the markets, with more confirmation coming from the markets in the form of tried and true rules of thumb passing a stamp of approval, such as Dow Theory Letters calling of the bull market. In addition, their has been renewed strength […]

Articles You Can Send Clients (November 3, 2009)

Thursday, January 21st, 2010

This week’s ‘articles you can send’ focus on 3 themes. First, Canada’s strength, particularly in the banking sector, and secondly, arguments for why a strong Loonie isn’t such a bad thing. Last week we featured David Rosenberg’s upbeat commentary on the dollar; there have been others, BMO’s Sherry Cooper has made strong arguments in support […]

Articles You Can Send Clients (October 28, 2009)

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

This weeks selection is a thematic group of articles which focus on the Canada/Emerging Markets theme. The first three articles are focused on a discussion of strong Canadian fundamentals, and led by pro-Canada, pro-commodities arguments from David Rosenberg, Chief Markets Economist, Gluskin Sheff. The subsequent three articles provide strong indications of demand from emerging markets, […]

Articles you can send to clients (July 22, 2009)

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

These days, so much press and much of the consensus are negative tilted and its hard to find some good articles that you could use to provide your clients with food for positive thought. Sometimes, its not strictly a matter of conviction, its a matter of keeping your clients talking. We found several articles that […]