You must exhibit some of the same traits as the greats and you must make sure everyone involved in your investment process buys into the program
Jan 15, 2017
Don’t read too much into the market’s mood swings. Instead, take advantage of these times
Dec 18, 2016
A series of powerful factors can have a recurring and predictable sway on what stocks an investor holds, but a diversified portfolio can help counter their negative effects
Oct 30, 2016
From near-zero interest rates and sky-high borrowing to cheap energy and emerging markets, here are some market trends – both good and bad – to watch
Sep 28, 2016
Client Relationship Model (version two) requires investment firms to report what clients are paying them
Sep 08, 2016
With the networks’ regular focus on the U.S. Federal Reserve and Brexit, other issues are being overlooked
Aug 16, 2016
With so many alternatives on offer, keep in mind there’s no better portfolio diversifier than high-quality bonds
May 13, 2016
There’s a pulsing desire to adjust to urgent news and short-term market moves, but let’s not sideline that which can have a profound impact on returns
Mar 24, 2016
If you want to run against the grain, you will need a strategic asset mix in place, and be skeptical of new product offerings
Feb 25, 2016
Dividends and corporate profit growth contribute to stock returns, but a third, less-productive variable is also in the calculation – how much investors are willing to pay for profits
Feb 09, 2016
Tom Bradley is the President and founder of Steadyhand Investment Funds. His education includes a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Manitoba (1979) and an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business (1983).
Tom started his investment career in 1983 as an Equity Analyst at Richardson Greenshields. He spent eight years with the firm, the last three of which he served as Director, Institutional Sales. In 1991, he joined Phillips, Hager & North Investment Management Ltd., where he continued his career as a research analyst and took on additional responsibilities as an Institutional Portfolio Manager. In 1996, Tom was appointed to the Board of Directors of PH&N. In 1998 he took on the role of Chief Operating Officer, and shortly thereafter, in 1999, he was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer, a role that he held until he resigned from the firm in 2005.
Tom loves mysteries; movies; Family Guy; all types of music and sports; the Phoenix Suns; cereal and his wife Lori.