Advisors seek help with clients’ mental health Many Canadians are suffering from mental health issues and, as such, it’s affecting their ability to make strong financial decisions, according to a study conducted on behalf of Toronto-based Bridgehouse Asset Managers.
Brandes: “Value” buying opportunities aboundAfter several years of lagging, the “value” investment style is now more attractively valued relative to “growth” than it has ever been, says Charles Brandes, founder and chairman of San Diego-based Brandes Investment Partners LP. And for Brandes, that undervaluation presents potential opportunities.
Dispel the recency biasBridgehouse CMO Elizabeth Hoyle describes how advisors can help clients focus on their long term goals by helping them look beyond recent market events
Bridgehouse launches retail version of Greystone pooled fund Toronto-based Bridgehouse Asset Managers is launching a retail version of a, institutional global equity growth portfolio through the firm’s partnership with Regina-based Greystone Managed Investments Inc.
Bridgehouse accepting applications for annual scholarship programToronto-based Bridgehouse Asset Managers is encouraging financial advisors to spread the word about its annual scholarship program for post-secondary students as it launches the fifth edition of the program.
How staying fit can improve your performanceBridgehouse RD Stephen Pollock discusses how advisors and other professionals can improve their productivity by staying fit.
Options in global mid- and small-capsWith their falling share prices, high-quality global small- and mid-cap stocks may present appealing options for clients willing to look beyond large companies. Features Brandes LP Senior Research Analyst Mark Costa.
Five reasons why you should be using videosBridgehouse’s Chief Marketing Officer Elizabeth Hoyle gives 5 reasons why video works.
Advisors to help low-income individuals establish financial goalsA select group of financial advisors from the Greater Toronto Area will see their client base expand temporarily to include low-income Torontonians as a result of their voluntary involvement in the new MPower Money Coaching Program.
Bridgehouse announces scholarship winnersThe 10 winning submissions, selected by a panel of investment advisors who are passionate about promoting financial knowledge to young Canadians, showed off an eclectic mix of money personalities, but all had one thing in common—growing investor knowledge.