Growth stocks lead the markets
In recent years, growth stocks have largely outperformed the various stock markets around the world. This trend has accelerated sharply since the beginning of the current year. Download the complete text.
When inflation wakes up
A volatile first quarter to start the year
"Blue chips": 3 stocks that Alexandre Legault likes
Against all odds, 2017 was a strong year for stock market returns
Resources are setting the pace for the Canadian market
After spectacular returns in 2016, Canadian equity performance stagnated in the first half of 2017, with the S&P TSX Index returning 0.7%, lagging both US and international equity markets. Download the complete text
The benefits of a low capture of market declines
Allard, Allard & Associés wins an award
5 tips for young professionals in the investment industry
A year of surprises
Regulatory changes set to improve financial industry reporting and disclosures
Canadian Securities regulators have introduced new regulatory requirements to enhance the client-investment counselor relationship. The latest industry-wide regulatory update is known as “Client Relationship Model 2” (CRM2), and applies to all investment dealers and investment counselors in Canada. CRM2 will take full effect on January 1st 2017 .... Download the complete text
First institutional mandate for AA&A
Stocks for retirees
A strong rebound in gold, metals and oil
2015: More fear than harm
How much to save for retirement?
Five resolutions for dividend investors
A difficult quarter on the market
Quebec investors remain calm
Is it still worthwhile to buy foreign stocks?
Let's stay zen - Prevent the sinking
Opportunities in the commodities
2014: Another good year in the face of adversity
Goal of managing a billion
Interview of Louis and Caroline Allard on Canal Argent
Dorel's shares offer a good dividend at a reasonable price
In the following article, Caroline Allard, portfolio manager and vice-president at our firm, discusses the outlook for Quebec manufacturer Dorel. Read the article (in French only). LES AFFAIRES, STEPHANE ROLLAND, October 4th, 2014.
Can your RRIF survive the stress test?
In this article, the author describes a conservative scenario to demonstrate that by withdrawing 4.5% annually from a RRIF invested in stocks and bonds, it is likely that, despite the market turmoil, the RRIF will produce a return sufficient to ensure income throughout retirement. Read the article. Financial Post, Personal Finance section, Fred Vettese, September 23rd, 2014.