Canadian’s have a lot of things to be proud of but the stock market isn’t one of them. This is what it looks like; about $2.3 trillion divided into 9 sectors. Source: Data from www.tmxmoney.com It’s not difficult to spot the obvious failing. Two sectors (Financials and Resources) account for over half of the […]
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Canopy Growth Corp CGC 0.27%, one of the hottest stocks in the market so far in 2019, got yet another boost Thursday when the company announced celebrity Martha Stewart would be joining the company to advise on the development of marijuana products for humans and pets.
In addition to the good fundamental news, financial technology and analytics firm S3 Partners analyst Ihor Dusaniwsky said Thursday he is seeing signs of a potential short squeeze ahead that could propel Canopy stock…Click here for full article.
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Like Peter Lynch once said, consumers should stick to investing in what they know.
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Domestic airlines weren’t exempt from the rout that hit stocks in December, the market’s worst month since the Great Recession. Shares of all four major U.S. carriers—American, Delta, United Continental and Southwest—saw double-digit losses. Delta ended December down 17.8 percent, its worst month since October 2009, when it gave back 20.3 percent….CLICK for complete article