Pay yourself first: A savings strategy that leaves more in your pocket
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The Bank of Canada holds rates amidst trade tension worries
Trade tensions, global economic uncertainty leads the Bank of Canada to hold interest rates steady
Concerns about slowing U.S., Canada economy are valid but overdone
Fears of a recession are widespread. But Rachael Moir, Quantitative Investment Analyst, explains why we think growth expectations, and therefore the U.S. 10-year yield, will rebound over the second ha
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Summer ideas and activities for kids, summer reading, and to avoid bedbugs and ticks.
Even if you love a big SUV, we're rather 'compact' on auto stocks
While auto giants like Renault and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles may still try to consolidate for survival, we aim to position MD funds and pools to benefit from bigger trends and investment opportunities
Financing medical school and residency: Understanding your borrowing options
Everything you need to know about borrowing for medical school and how lines of credit work.
How Canadian physicians are preparing for retirement
Not all digital investing platforms are made equal
Introducing MD ExO Direct, Canada’s only digital investment platform made specifically for Canadian physicians and their families.
Making improvements: Updating our portfolio strategy to better achieve your financial goals
Over the past decade, the investment industry has changed and evolved. Learn how MD is updating its portfolio strategy with the goal of improving client portfolios.
No surprises: The Bank of Canada maintains target overnight rate as economic data remains in line with April Monetary Policy Report
No surprises in the latest rate announcement from the Bank of Canada as economic data remains inline with expectations from the Bank’s April Monetary Policy Report.
Five key findings about how Canadian physicians are preparing for retirement
The MD Physician Retirement Readiness Study explores how Canadian physicians are thinking about and preparing for retirement.
The Ultimate Guide to Financing Your Medical School Education
Paying for medical school can be expensive. Learn about government student loans and student lines of credit.
Please don't sweat the tweet stuff, as U.S.–China rift tests markets
Investors need to look past the Tweets about the U.S.–China trade rift: What’s more important is actual trade policy and measuring how it impacts the economy.
Maximum employment and 2% inflation: The Fed holds rates steady
As expected, the U.S. Federal Reserve did not raise interest rates this week and have indicated that they won’t be raising them in 2019. They site solid labour markets, slowing economic conditions and
What do emerging markets and medical students have in common? They may need a loan
As med students transition from school to practice, they acquire assets, pay bills and build credit history, improving credit worthiness. Eventually borrowing becomes easier and more affordable.
Bank of Canada holds interest rates steady in the face of weaker economic growth
The Bank of Canada (BoC) announced it is maintaining the country's target overnight rate at 1.75% on Wednesday morning.
Introducing the MD Physician Council
The MD Physician Council will be made up of a diverse group of family physicians, specialists and other key influencers at different stages of their careers, representing all regions of the country.
A bullish case for the lowly loonie
It’s been a few years of rough weather for the loonie since 2011 highs. However, we’ve become more positive on the prospects of the Canadian dollars. Find out why.
U.S. Federal Reserve: More patient on future rate hikes and the economy is still booming
The Fed kept interest rates steady in this week’s announcement, stressing the word ‘patience.’ That wasn’t a surprise, the surprise was their tone regarding plans for determining future rate changes.
Peace, order and good dividends: Bank stocks offer a calming touch
As an industry, Canadian banks have shown amazing resilience through volatile markets.
As expected, the Bank of Canada holds interest rates steady