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Frances Horodelski
May 08 2014

Ten things you need to know

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
"Maple, resting on Laurels" is the headline of a new article recently published in the Economist. The headline highlights this thesis: Canada survived the economic crisis partly due to luck and that luck may be running thin. 
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Niall McGee
May 07 2014

Nothing boring about this bond market

By Niall McGee, Reporter
"You guys at BNN are obsessed with the equity markets. Check out the bond market.” That’s one of the first things Paul Sandhu, Vice President and Portfolio Manager with Marret Asset Management in Toronto said to me on the phone this morning. He has a point.
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Frances Horodelski
May 07 2014

Be careful and pick your spots

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
Today’s action will be dominated by the worry that the recent rally attempts in social media, biotech and momentum stocks couldn’t catch much steam and the Nasdaq Composite failed to breach its 100-day moving average at 4170 (200-day sits just below 4000 and the index closed down 1.4% yesterday at 4080).
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Niall McGee
May 06 2014

What's wrong with Twitter?

By Niall McGee, Reporter
It was the second drubbing for Twitter in a week. Shares in the social media company lost almost 18 percent of their value today.
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Frances Horodelski
May 06 2014

Welcome Jimmy Choo!

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
This morning Canadian markets will be focused first on earnings.
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Larry Berman
May 05 2014

Neuroplasticity: Priming investors for success

By Larry Berman, Berman's Call
Imagine if investing were made easier. It is possible through the use of neuroplasticity to change the way people think about investing.
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Michael Kane
May 05 2014

Crowdsourcing crowds

By Michael Kane, Anchor
Amazon.com has helped to develop a computer application that will allow people to submit pictures and video to police from their smartphones when a major event – such as a riot - takes place.
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Frances Horodelski
May 05 2014

Canadian earnings ramp up

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
The calendar this week includes a ramp up of Canadian earnings (so far 76 of 242 companies have reported) with the telecom companies the biggest of reports (BCE tomorrow and Telus on Thursday) but we also get SunLife, Westjet and Agrium tomorrow, Talisman’s annual meeting on Wednesday as well as Intact’s results.
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