After a strong start to the first quarter of 2018, market volatility made a comeback. What does this all mean? Craig Maddock, Senior Portfolio Manager and Vice President, Investment Management, reviews current conditions and discusses whether we should expect volatility to continue in the weeks and months ahead.
On May 2, 2018, the U.S. Federal Reserve announced that it will leave interest rates unchanged. The key sho...
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The Bank of Canada leaves interest rates unchanged as conditions improve. It remains accommodative as the economy is far from operating at full capacity.
We’ve compiled a list of the most popular questions about these three government programs and how they apply to physicians, their teams, and their families.
Ian Taylor provides an update on the U.S.-China relationship, why it’s important, why it’s complicated, and expectations going forward.
Cities across North America have started to relax COVID-19-related restrictions, but things are still far from normal.
Is it possible to create an emergency fund during the pandemic? For some people, now might be one of the best times to get started. Learn how.
Physicians in group practice may be eligible to receive the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy. Learn more about the program, including how to apply for it.
When stock markets fall — as they did during the COVID-19 pandemic — it can be an opportunity to ask whether you've overestimated your risk tolerance. Learn more.
Mark Fairbairn explains value and growth investing, which is better, and why investment managers are paying close attention to both styles.
The deadline for filing your 2019 tax return is June 1, 2020, and it’s fast approaching. Read our tax deadlines at a glance to make sure you’re prepared.
You can save on taxes if you work from home and meet certain requirements. Learn what tax deductions you might be eligible for.
Unsurprisingly, the U.S. Federal Reserve holds interest rates near zero and continues with quantitative easing to support markets amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ed Golding explains what quantitative easing is, how it works and why it’s so important to global markets during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As life continues apace amidst the new reality of life during a pandemic, we marched forward with our second MD Physician Council meeting (virtually, of course) in mid-April.
Whether you need to create a new estate plan or update an existing one, review our checklist to make sure you've got what you need.
Scotiabank, in partnership with the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) and MD Financial Management Inc. (MD), has committed $4.6 million to further support physicians during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oil prices go negative because of plentiful supply, low demand driven by COVID-19, and finite storage capacity.
Some physicians are working more than usual during the pandemic. Here are some financial considerations to be aware of and opportunities to explore.
Craig Maddock and Ian Taylor recap the first quarter of 2020, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, MD Portfolio performance and expectations for what’s ahead.
The Bank of Canada took additional steps to ensure a properly functioning financial market, while leaving interest rates unchanged.
Med students across Canada are helping with grocery runs, office work and more. If you’re a physician or nurse who needs help, fill out the form for your community.