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Jeff Weniger, CFA / Market News 07/13/2017

Immunizing Bank of Canada Hawkishness with EHE and IQD

Jeff Weniger, CFA

The Bank of Canada’s July 12 overnight interest rate hike of 25 bps to 0.75% will be the first of several if the market consensus proves correct. This opens up possibilities for investors who want exposure to equities outside Canada but realize that the euro, yen and other currencies may be vulnerable relative to CAD if the BOC stacks up the rate hikes. 

Jeff Weniger, CFA / Dividends, Quality Dividend Growth 07/10/2017

An ETF Mix for the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan

Jeff Weniger, CFA
It is commonplace for money managers and advisors to assemble portfolios in which Canadian equities make up half or even three-quarters of the total mix, a quizzical bias for a stock market that makes up only about 3% of the MSCI All Country World Index.
Jeff Weniger, CFA / Europe, Currency Hedged Equity 07/05/2017

EHE: The Cure for the Bay Street Boondoggle

Jeff Weniger, CFA
The overwhelming majority of our clients are up to their necks in Canadian stocks, quizzically allowing themselves to be kept up at night by the same two sectors, year after year. 
WisdomTree ETFs / Fixed Income 06/26/2017

Enhancing Yield for the Great White North

WisdomTree ETFs
As most global bond yields remain near historical lows, the ability for investors to generate income from core fixed income holdings continues to be constrained. Typically, core fixed income benchmarks within many investor’s portfolios are dominated by sizeable exposures to low yielding government securities. As a result, following such a market capitalization weighted benchmark generally reduces investors’ ability to produce meaningful yields, while at the same time, also reducing their ability to generate sufficient income from core portfolios. 
WisdomTree ETFs / ETF Education 06/14/2017

ETF Basics Part 2: Understanding the Differences between ETFs vs Mutual Funds

WisdomTree ETFs
Even though exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have become fairly popular, we’re still somewhat surprised by how often people misunderstand the differences between them and mutual funds.