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Markets hit all-time highs on Tuesday, as some good news spread about COVID-19.
Traders are optimistic the U.S.-China trade war is coming to an end, though not everyone is so sure.
Canadian cannabis prices are likely to keep falling, analysts say.
A growing sense that the U.S. will legalize cannabis has the markets aflutter with optimism.
Sustainable investments now dominate the stock market.
But it still hasn't returned to previous highs.
Look one or two years into the future, and focus on that. History has proven that the market can, and will, recover. In Feb 2009 the TSX was at its lowest, and by February 2011 it had doubled back. So prepare to be in this for the long haul, and you'll be richer for it.
The New York Stock Exchange just closed out its best week this year, but the Toronto Stock Exchange's rally fizzled Friday
The Toronto Stock Exchange lost 2.8 per cent of its value Monday, in a rout that saw the S&P TSX Composite index drop 373
If your savings are tied up to any degree in Canadian stocks, you may want to take a look at your stock portfolio. Soon. Canada’s