And the beat goes onis a refrain that kept rolling through my head after attending the symposium Tuesday hosted by the Womens Institute for a Secure Retirement (WISER) in Washington, D.C. The topic: retirement solutions for women.
A DNA testing of chicken sold at Subway restaurantsin Canada revealed that two of the chain’s popular sandwiches contain poultry that’s only part meat, according a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation report.
A DNA researcher from Ontario’s Trent University analyzed six grilled chicken sandwiches from fast food chains for the CBC’s Marketplaceprogramand found that while....More>>>
Canada’s dairy policy could be at the forefront of Trump’s NAFTA negotiations over the next few weeks.
You see, Canada uses a supply management system to regulate dairy production and pricing. And last year, the country implemented a low-price policy that created an entirely new class of milk prices for ultra-filtered milk, which is used in everything from cheese to yogurt.....More>>>
When Canada’s Public Sector Pension Investment Board tried to redeem $500 million from Boaz Weinstein’s Saba Capital in 2015, the $116 billion pension fund for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police came to believe it was shortchanged during the process. In the fall of 2015, PSP sued Saba Capital, accusing the highly followed hedge fund of “self-dealing” and mis-marking illiquid....More>>>
Patriot One is a Canadian-based technology company that has developed an advanced concealed weapons detection system that delivers real-time warnings to keep potential attackers at bay and to keep the general public safe and secure. “Using radar and machine-learning algorithms that interpret the signal that comes back, every metallic object they’re carrying will resonate with a very....More>>>
In my post yesterday, I mentioned that investors with advisors – even run-of-the-mill ones – often do better than DIY investors, mainly because they’re following the program set by their advisor, and the advisor is following the program in which he or she was trained, which is to, well, stick with the program – in markets both good and bad.
Western Forest Products (OTCPK:WFSTF) is a timber company with a $740 million market cap whose operations are concentrated in British Columbia on Vancouver Island and on the coastal mainland. Timber is a decidedly out-of-favour sector right now, and Western tends to move with, or underperform, its Canadian peers such as Canfor (OTCPK:CFPZF), Interfor (OTC:IFSPF), West Fraser (OTCPK:WFTBF), Domtar....More>>>
Throughout the 1980's, Africa lost almost half of its elephant population. By the end of decade, countries from around the world agreed on a global ban on the ivory trade.
As demand for ivory in Asia continues to surge (take a look at the results of this NatGeo survey that evaluates who buys ivory and why), an increasing number of countries are seeking to capitalize on the opportunity.....More>>>
Gold backed off on Wednesday, as traders and investors opted for individual company equities. However, fundamental and technical data still suggests gold’s in for much higher levels ahead. With Trump’s ongoing reflationary theme, commodities in general have continued to trade higher, albeit not without some volatility along the way, but gold’s been one of the bigger benefactors....More>>>
On Friday, small cap biotechArrowhead Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: ARWR) jumped 18.28% after hosting an investor & analyst R&D day to introduce its proprietary Targeted RNAi Molecule (TRiMTM) platform and to review its pipeline of RNAi therapeutic candidates. Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals develop