title image Global trade tensions are on the rise. What’s next?

Global trade tensions are on the rise. What’s next?

After months of optimism, trade tensions have reached a new intensity, with U.S. President Trump…

title image Why investors might feel like it’s the ‘90s again

Why investors might feel like it’s the ‘90s again

Some aspects of the current market environment harken back to the 1990s.

title image A harbinger of what’s to come: Consolidation in the energy industry

A harbinger of what’s to come: Consolidation in the energy industry

What does this current wave of acquisitions in the energy industry mean? AGF’s Steve Bonnyman…

title image The FYI on MMT

The FYI on MMT

Greg Valliere, AGF’s chief U.S. political strategist, provides a quick investor’s guide to Modern Monetary Theory.

title image A quality market rally

A quality market rally

Based on AGFiQ data, S&P 500 companies with an ROE ranking in the top quintile have outperformed those in the bottom quintile by as much as 7% over the past three months.

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

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.

title image ESG investing: Shareholders are demanding a new social contract

ESG investing: Shareholders are demanding a new social contract

It’s that time of year again, when shareholders get ready to rumble. In other words,…

title image The Big Picture: EM dominance by 2030?

The Big Picture: EM dominance by 2030?

Today’s emerging markets could be tomorrow’s leading economies.

title image Banking on Millennials

Banking on Millennials

Millennials crave an experience—even when they’re making a deposit or seeking advice. And that’s not all. They’re disrupting the banking business in new ways and the big players will have to keep a watchful eye on the competitive landscape to keep up. Sanjay Luthra explains.

title image Priced for perfection

Priced for perfection

From trade deals to rate cuts: Why investors need to be cautious about market assumptions.