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Correlation is not causation, but there’s something about connecting the dots between political leaders and…
If anything runs through this year’s list of late summer reads, it may be the idea that actions have consequences. But whether it’s building a bigger nest egg or building a more sustainable world to live in, it is also intimated throughout most of these stories that our future – and how it unfolds – is largely up to us.
How stocks perform in relation to presidential cycles may be more coincidence than correlation, but the historical relationship is no less interesting for investors to contemplate as the U.S. election campaign enters the final stretch. Here are a few different takes on how politics and equity markets have coalesced over the years.
Members of AGF’s investment team discuss the implications of the falling dollar on various asset classes and sectors of the market.
Members of the AGFiQ quantitative investing team provide their perspective on the COVID-19 pandemic in the latest crisis roundup from AGF’s investment management team
Members of AGF’s Global Equity Team weigh in on the COVID-19 pandemic and how it is shaping markets now and potentially in the future.