Mike Archibald

Mike Archibald, CFA®, CMT, CAIA

Vice-President and Portfolio Manager

AGF Investments Inc.

Mike Archibald is responsible for AGF's Canadian Growth Equity strategies. He uses a bottom-up investment approach that leverages quantitative, fundamental and technical inputs to identify companies with strong earnings growth and momentum, high-quality management and solid free cash flow. Mike joined AGF as an Associate Portfolio Manager in 2015, focusing on research, analysis and selection of North American equities. Before joining AGF, Mike was a Portfolio Manager with Aurion Capital Management Inc. where he was responsible for research, security selection and portfolio management of equity investments for pension plan clients. Prior to that, he was with Computerized Portfolio Management Services (CPMS), an equity research firm providing fundamental and quantitative investment data to institutional and retail money managers. Mike holds an Honours Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Wilfrid Laurier University and is also a CFA® , CMT and CAIA charterholder.

Recent Articles from this contributor
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Lights, Camera, Earnings Growth.

AGF’s Mike Archibald offers his take on U.S. earnings season and expectations for earnings growth across North American markets in 2020.

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Minority Report: Takeaways from Canada’s Federal Election

Justin Trudeau and the Liberal party won a minority government in Canada’s federal election this week. Here’s three thoughts on how the result may impact financial markets in the days and weeks ahead.

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An Investor’s Guide to the Canadian Election

Canadians head to the polls on October 21. What are the potential market implications? AGF’s Mike Archibald offers his take on what is at stake.

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Will a rate cut keep the stock market rally alive?

Prior rate-cutting cycles have been positive for U.S. stocks, but the magnitude of past gains has varied in different economic environments.

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Why there’s more in store for U.S. earnings

Mike Archibald gives his thoughts on another earnings season and what to expect from profits going forward.

post image Where are U.S. earnings headed?

Where are U.S. earnings headed?

U.S. earnings season was better than expected but profit growth is likely to slow in 2019. Mike Archibald crunches the numbers and explains the potential market implications.

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Q4 outlook: Earnings backdrop remains strong

AGF’s Mike Archibald gives his perspective on earnings growth and its potential impact on equity markets in the fourth quarter.

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Economic data points to higher markets

A busy week in geopolitics, central bank meetings and economic data largely point to supportive…

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Is the Canadian housing correction unfolding?

Canadian existing home sales rose 1.3% in March, offering very little relief to a 19%…

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Housing continues to impress

The housing and homebuilders subsectors continue to impress, both in Canada and the U.S. Despite…