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Biotech Stocks: Unappreciated Drivers of the Nasdaq

Biotech Stocks: The Unappreciated Drivers of the NASDAQ's Leadership Pacifica Partners' Financial Post Weekly Column - March 19th 2010 This and other articles also available online at: Financial Post & Investment Waves Blog When the economy is emerging from recession, the markets tend to gravitate towards “Early Cycle” themes. These are the segments of the…

Bernanke or Obama: Who Gets Credit for the Economy

Bernanke or Obama: Who Should Get Credit for Stabilizing the Economy? Pacifica Partners' Financial Post Weekly Column - March 12th 2010 This and other articles also available online at: Financial Post & Investment Waves Blog Watching the Sunday morning talk shows on the US networks is always an entertaining experience for the politically inclined. No…

The Loonie Looks Ready to Fly

The Loonie Looks Ready To Fly Pacifica Partners' Financial Post Weekly Column - March 4th 2010 This and other articles also available online at: Financial Post & Investment Waves Blog The rebound over the last year in the Canadian dollar has left the Bank of Canada in a bit of a quandary. The strong Canadian…

The Fears That Fuel Gold Prices

Looking at the Fears That Fuel Gold Prices Pacifica Partners' Financial Post Weekly Column - February 26th 2010 This and other articles also available online at: Financial Post & Investment Waves Blog One of the most important drivers of the rise in gold prices since the end of the Great Financial Crisis has been the…

Europe’s Four Little PIGS: A Greek Tragedy

Europe's Four Little PIGS: A Greek Tragedy Pacifica Partners' Financial Post Weekly Column - February 12th 2010 This and other articles also available online at: Financial Post & Investment Waves Blog Just as the world seemed to be unshackling itself from the bonds of the Great Financial Crisis, the markets are now confronted with the…

Is a Copper Collapse Coming – What You Need to Know

Copper Collapse Coming? What You Need To Know Pacifica Partners' Financial Post Weekly Column - February 5th 2010 This and other articles also available online at: Financial Post & Investment Waves Blog Copper is often called “Dr. Copper” because of its ability to turn higher or lower in advance of turns in the broader economy.…

Measuring Investor Appetite for Risk

Gauging investor sentiment is a useful exercise for any investor when forecasting the market direction. Measuring sentiment can be loosely defined as a way to try to gain insight into investors’ attitudes towards the financial markets. Measuring Investor Appetite for Risk Pacifica Partners' Financial Post Weekly Column - January 29th 2010 This and other articles…

Investment Strategy Notes – Jan 2010

Investment Strategy Notes January 2010: Pacifica Partners' January 2010 Investment Strategy Notes is intended to provide our market outlook with a higher level of technical detail than our Financial Post column or Investment Compass Quarterly Newsletter. In this issue we examine the bullish/bearish sentiment on Gold, support and resistance levels of the Canadian dollar, the…

You Tube: Cross Border Financial Planning Series

Cross Border Financial Planning Series (part 1) About this online seminar: The Crossborder Financial Planning series is hosted by the Canadian Expat Network and presented by Pacifica Partners Inc. - Crossborder Capital Management. Part 1 discusses important elements of Cross-border Investing for expatriate Americans in Canada, and expatriate Canadians in the US. - a Pacifica…

More Evidence the US Consumer Will Not Lead the Way Out

More Evidence the US Consumer Will Not Lead the Way Out Pacifica Partners' Financial Post Weekly Column - January 21st 2010 This and other articles also available online at: Financial Post & Investment Waves Blog As the economy continues to shake off the cob webs of the last recession, some observers have long held to…
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