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Patternicity: Investor Behaviour and Pattern Seeking

Patternicity: Investor Behaviour and Pattern Seeking

Topic:
Investments
Excerpt:
You have heard the stories. An image of the Virgin Mary can be seen on the side of a grain silo! Trenches have been spotted on Mars! Maybe you were
Towards a Brighter Future

Towards a Brighter Future

Topic:
Pearls of Wisdom
Excerpt:
An attribute required for long-term investment success is an element of optimism about the future. Great companies find a way of navigating difficult
A Look Behind the Curtain

A Look Behind the Curtain

Topic:
Investments
Excerpt:
If you asked a group of people to identify the most influential economic event of the past decade, chances are the responses would coalesce around a

Watch Out Charlie, There’s a New Ticket in Town

Topic:
Pearls of Wisdom
Excerpt:
And it’s a lot better than chocolate.
The New and Improved Nexus Website is Here!

The New and Improved Nexus Website is Here!

Topic:
Inside Nexus
Excerpt:
We’ve come a long way!
Financial Literacy for Teens and Young Adults

Financial Literacy for Teens and Young Adults

Topic:
Wealth Planning
Excerpt:
Empowering the next generation: instilling financial wisdom in teens and young adults

Financial Literacy for Kids

Topic:
Wealth Planning
Excerpt:
A life stage approach to teaching your children wealth management

What is a Quality Stock – and Other Questions Answered

Topic:
Investments
Excerpt:
Whenever we host client events, like the annual event at the National Club or our regular pooled fund lunches in the office, it’s a good opportunity

FATCA – The Long Arm of the IRS

Topic:
Tax Planning
Excerpt:
If you are a U.S. citizen living in Canada, you will no longer be able to outrun the long arm of the IRS.  It has long been the case that the U.S.

The Importance of Making Good Financial Decisions

Topic:
Wealth Planning
Excerpt:
Why paying down debt is not “old school”