AGF Perspectives Blog

Less Speculation, More Investing

Less Speculation, More Investing

A barbell approach that doesn’t overly discriminate between investment themes and maintains broad diversification across asset classes including alternatives should help investors navigate markets as the economy normalizes after more than a year of what can only be described as abnormal activity, says AGF’s CEO and Chief Investment Officer.

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Capitol Insights: Latest Post

The Fed Grapples With a Game-Changer

Timely insights from inside Washington.

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The Canadian Dollar: As Good as It Gets?

The Canadian Dollar: As Good as It Gets?

It’s difficult to see the loonie continuing to outpace the greenback, let alone keep up with it, in the near term.

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What is Private Credit?

What is Private Credit?

The act of a private lender extending debt capital to a borrower is a financial…

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A Tale of Two Tapers

A Tale of Two Tapers

Why the U.S. and Canada are on divergent paths toward monetary policy normalization.

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AGF Marks Pride Month

AGF Marks Pride Month

Also takes the important step of forming a Diversity and Inclusion Committee

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Keep more to grow more

Keep more to grow more

Maximize your savings by taking advantage of tax-sheltered plans.

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Semiconductors: The Ultimate AI Arms Dealers

Semiconductors: The Ultimate AI Arms Dealers

Geopolitical tensions, global chip shortages and a focus on reshoring production capabilities all point to an attractive investment opportunity in Semiconductor Equipment manufacturers.

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Back to Fundamentals

Back to Fundamentals

Following a stellar first quarter earnings season, investors must contend with a growing list of headwinds that threaten to upend equity markets. AGF’s CEO and Chief Investment Officer explains why focusing on companies with “clean” balance sheets and manageable debt loads can be a good way to navigate what lies ahead.

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Populism’s Impact on Emerging Market Bonds

Populism’s Impact on Emerging Market Bonds

The relationship between politics and economics in Emerging Markets is a tricky one, yet while the risks are real, so are the potential opportunities for fixed income investors.

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