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Portfolio positioning update: Dealing with current market conditions
COVID-19 uncertainties have sent markets lower. Here’s a look at how MD Financial Management is actively managing portfolios to protect values during the downturn.
What does the COVID-19 market shock mean for retiring or retired physicians?
What does the coronavirus (COVID-19) market shock mean for retiring or retired physicians? If you’re wondering what to do next, here’s some advice.
Soothing the economic impact of COVID-19: Coordinated central bank policy and more
Central banks around the world have decreased interest rates and injected billions of dollars into their economies to prevent the coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis from becoming a financial crisis.
Staying in control: How to avoid emotional investing
With market volatility picking up again, it’s important to remember and avoid these common investing pitfalls.
Responsible investing considerations can create opportunities... even in the automobile industry
Responsible investing has become a focal point for many as awareness has grown on issues surrounding climate change. The rise of these considerations has created new investment opportunities.
How to use income splitting to keep more of your money
Income splitting lets a higher-income earning spouse equalize their income with their lower-earning partner to effectively lower their overall tax bill. Learn how.
Physicians and their finances: 4 top FAQs
As you transition to practice, there's a lot to do and think about from a financial perspective. Here are four frequently asked questions from medical residents.
Expect fixed income returns to moderate going forward
Rates are low and investors are seeking higher-yielding investments. This has driven bond prices up in recent months. It’s been great for investors, but the trend cannot continue indefinitely.
Decade in review: The 2010s were exceptional
As we enter a new decade, MD looks back the 2010s. Despite the many ups and downs, it was a good decade for investment portfolios.
Winter 2019: Global stock markets rally to end the quarter and the decade
Global markets rallied in the fourth quarter supported by signs of stabilization in the global business cycle and improving sentiment towards the U.S.-China trade dispute and Brexit.
Winter 2019: MD Funds and Portfolios continue to produce strong results
Major equity markets posted their fourth consecutive quarterly gain to end the year at or near all time highs. Give the exceptional market returns, it’s no surprise that MD Funds and Portfolios produc
Rethinking RRSPs and TFSAs for incorporated doctors
Before 2018 it made sense to shelter your earnings in your corporation alone. Today you might want to consider RRSPs and TFSAs. Learn why.
Staying supportive: The U.S. Federal Reserve holds on rates to kick off 2020
As expected, the U.S. Federal Reserve maintained its target federal funds rate and prolonged its asset repurchasing program, to remain supportive of the economy.
Winter 2019 market outlook: Markets rally to end 2019 and kick start 2020
Global markets rallied in Q4 2019 as economic growth stabilized and interest rates remained low. We’re likely to avoid a major downturn, but 2020 growth will likely be lower than recent years.
Saving room to go lower: The Bank of Canada holds rates steady
The Bank of Canada decided to hold on interest rates. Investor reaction and the Bank’s tone suggest that future policy decisions will result in lower rates.
RRSP, TFSA or both? What you need to know
Learn how you can boost savings and lower the amount of taxes you pay during your medical career by contributing to your RRSP, TFSA or both.
Investing in 5G
5G networks will bring faster, more reliable internet access to more people and gadgets than ever before. Investors who wish to capitalize have several options at their disposal.
Why TFSAs are a good option for incorporated physicians
Incorporated physicians typically invest in their corporate accounts, but they can come out ahead using TFSAs. Learn how.
Advisor-client relationships: Top 4 things to look for
What should you look for when choosing a financial advisor?
TFSAs: Harnessing the power of tax-free savings