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  • Wednesday March 25th, 2015

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    Mike Magreehan and Wendy Strub welcome special guest David Fingold, VP and Portfolio Manager with Dynamic Funds.  David has been a key member of Dynamic’s Value team since 2002, and is the lead portfolio manager on several US and global value funds.  We discuss global investment trends and opportunities and specifically uncover what Dynamic’s Value

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  • Wednesday March 18th, 2015

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    Today your hosts’ Saj Karim and Mike Roberts discussed a new Secure Tablet venture between Blackberry, Samsung and IBM which followed with conversation about the glut in Oil and now the soon to come excess inventory from LNG. The show continued with talks about Canada’s weak currency, low interest rates and the future of Canadian

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  • Wednesday March 11th, 2015

    On today’s show, hosts Saj Karim and Mike Roberts discuss the Ontario government options relating monetizing a portion of Hydro One by way of an IPO, and the recent expansion plans announced by Loblaws. They are also joined by Derek Lovett from Canaccord’s Go Desk to discuss the development of Canaccord’s monthly Mutual Fund and

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  • Wednesday March 4th, 2015

    Canada’s largest banks reported their latest quarterly results.  Peter Chandler and Wendy Strub will digest and discuss the details and implications of this, the largest sector of the Canadian market.  Tune in to hear about its implications for the markets and the economy as a whole going forward. Listen:   [Download] (To download: Right click

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  • Wednesday February 25th, 2015

    Today your hosts’ Saj Karim and Wendy Strub discussed some technology success stories in the world of IOT (Internet of Things) as well as breaking news from China dropping some leading technology brands for state purchases including Apple, Cisco and Intel.  Later in the show they were joined by special guest David Kempthorne from CIGI

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  • Wednesday February 18th, 2015

    Today your hosts’ Saj Karim and Mike Roberts discussed Warren Buffet’s divestment in Exxon Mobil, Restaurant Brands International (owner of Burger King and Tim Horton’s) global expansion plans for Tim Horton’s. Later they discussed the importance of Bank posted rates for mortgages and their relevance as well as the ideal time to withdraw money from

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  • Wednesday February 11th, 2015

    Today, “Your Money Matters” hosts, Peter Chandler and Wendy Strub from Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management in Uptown Waterloo  discussed the proposed purchase of Rio Alto Mining by Tahoe Resources.  They also chatted about Canadian business structured on higher oil prices and the effect this is having on the Canadian dollar and our oil dependant provincial

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  • Wednesday February 4th, 2015

    On today’s show, hosts Mike Magreehan and Mike Roberts are joined by special guest Mason Granger (co-portfolio manager of Sentry Investments Energy Growth and Income fund) for his latest perspective on the Canadian energy sector. Mike and Mike also address the impact that recent interest rate changes have had on preferred share valuations, and highlight

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  • Wednesday January 28th, 2015

    Peter Chandler interviewed Declan Hill on How a Tide of Corruption and Match-Fixing Threatens Canadian and International Sports. Declan Hill is an investigative journalist, documentary maker and academic. He specializes in the study of organized crime and international issues. Additionally,  Peter Chandler and Wendy Strub chatted about oil prices as well as the current pressure in

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  • Wednesday January 21st, 2015

    On this week’s show, host Saj Karim and Mike Roberts discuss the surprise rate cut but the Bank of Canada and what it means for both consumers and the financial markets.  The recent decision by mega-US retailer Target to close its Canadian stores after less than 2 years in operation is also analyzed, and why

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