October has seen a pullback in the stock market with TSX, S&P, and the other major indices seeing a decline. Although many had predicted this reversal of gains during this period, it certainly doesn’t mean you should be weathering it out on the sidelines. Here is a list of my 5 favourite currently underpriced stocks worth adding into your portfolio.
The S&P/TSX Composite Index was down triple-digits as of mid-afternoon trading on October 4. Canadian stocks have not responded with as much momentum as their American counterparts in the aftermath of the new trilateral trade agreement between the United States, Mexico, and Canada. Investors who are looking for growth in
Britain’s exit from the European Union is expected trigger increased volatility in global markets for months and years to come. Fears of the fallout were immediately manifested in global financial markets Friday, which lost about US$2 trillion in value, while the British pound suffered a record drop to a 31-year low.
Gold stocks have been on an absolute tear this year, with some, such as Kinross (K/TSX) or Richmont (RIC/TSX) up more than 100% in the first five months of the year. Smaller company shares have risen, generally, even more. Investors and fund managers are falling all over themselves trying to
This week’s investor groupthink came courtesy of the American investment banks, a number of which turned bearish on U.S. stocks at around the same time. From Goldman Sachs to Bank of America Merrill Lynch to Citigroup, analysts were making calls this week urging investors to sell in May and go
Canada’s stock market has been among the worst performing in the world this year, with many global fund managers selling Canadian equities and foreign short-sellers targeting everything from resource companies to the country’s banks. Being negative on Canada has certainly been a profitable play. The S&P/TSX Composite Index is currently