Please join Danny Popescu, CEO of Harbourfront Wealth Management, as well as Bill Richardson and Travis Forman for a virtual COVID-19 Update.
Dear Harbourfront Client, We would like to extend to you an exclusive invitation to a live webinar where Danny Popescu, CEO of Harbourfront Wealth Management as well as Portfolio Managers Bill Richardson (Willoughby Investment Pool and the Northgate Equity Strategy) and Travis Forman (Rockridge Private Debt & Real Estate Pool and the Forsyth Private Real Read more ➝
Protecting Your Nest Egg In Volatile Times
Bill Richardson, a portfolio manger for Harbourfront Wealth Management, shares insights concerning protecting your wealth during challenging times like the current Coronavirus pandemic.
Bill Richardson’s March 9 2020 Note to Clients
Hello everyone. Hope all is well. Today we are waking up to several historic events in the markets: Oil prices down over 22% from Friday (great for filling up at the pumps but not so good in the short run for the markets) US stock market futures down over 5% CND dollar is down 1.1% Read more ➝
New Willoughby and Northgate Strategy Podcast!
Portfolio Manager Bill Richardson gives us his survey of the markets in the New Year, to date, and offers opinion on some of 2020’s way to early predictions for what may happen.
Will an RRSP Contribution Work for Me?
2020 marks the 55th anniversary of Canada’s famous tax deferral program – the Registered Retirement Savings Plan – one of the few ways that Canadians can earn an income tax deduction. At the time, an Ottawa area division manger for the Bank of Montreal called it “the greatest vehicle for retirement savings”. But how does this program work, exactly?
New Willoughby Podcast Feature!
Portfolio Manager of the Willoughby Investment Pool and Northgate Equity Strategy discusses strategy and personal market insights.
Are Negative Rates Going To Be Helpful To Me?
There has been a phenomenon in Japan and Europe in recent years called Negative Interest rates – a situation whereby the bank receives money from the customer to hold their deposits and the bank, in turn does the same when it stores excess reserves in its’ country’s Central Bank. Mostly this has been a result Read more ➝