Something good for the month

May 2020

interesting links

We’ve put together our top 6 favourite links to read for the month of May. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did.


Investment Executive: The future of client relationships post-lockdown

Four positives that may come out of the pandemic.


Visual Capitalist: The 50 Most Important Life-Saving Breakthroughs in History

For most of civilized history, life expectancy fluctuated in the 30 to 40 year range.[…] From 1900 to 2015, global life expectancy more than doubled, shooting well past the 70 year mark.


Latest memo from Howard Marks: Uncertainty

As everyone knows, today we’re experiencing unprecedented (or at least highly exceptional) developments in four areas: the pandemic, the economic contraction, the oil price collapse and the Fed/government response. Thus a number of considerations make the future particularly unpredictable these days.


Financial Post: What Canada’s big pension plans were buying and selling in the first quarter of the COVID-19 market

Major funds took different strategies to navigating rocky first quarter.


Advisor’s Edge: Advisors add 2.88% in value, study finds

Activities like rebalancing and behavioural coaching can generate additional returns, finds Russell Investments.


Youtube: SomeGoodNews

John Krasinski’s weekly highlights on some good news from around the world.


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