Investing is all about your standard of living in the last third of your life. It’s about travelling versus watching Netflix in your basement. It’s about Arizona in February instead of shovelling snow at 30 below
Aug 16, 2015
What’s normal or unsustainable is a matter of opinion but here are three very different disconnects that jump out right now
Jul 14, 2015
At many firms, you’ll be pursuing a strategy that reflects your portfolio manager’s investment philosophy
Jun 03, 2015
In the grand scheme of wealth creation, the performance of a security or portfolio over a week, month or quarter is meaningless
May 26, 2015
Stocks should never be a default choice. If the valuation doesn’t work, you’re simply buying with the expectation that someone else will pay you a higher price at a future date
May 12, 2015
We tend to focus on the loonie and plummeting oil prices, but significant moves in exchange rates and energy prices have recast the shape of trade and capital flows
Apr 19, 2015
Investors in their 50s tend to be intensely engaged when it comes to their portfolio and saving. Those now in their 40s who borrow some of that sense of urgency will reap substantial rewards
Feb 25, 2015
Cyclicality, diversification and 'swimming naked' ... Don't waste this opportunity to learn real time
Feb 17, 2015
Canadians seem to know the basics of investing, yet we continue to believe that with enough research, we can call the market
Jan 14, 2015
As declining stock markets unbalance asset mixes, smart redistribution can position your portfolio to reap rewards during correction
Oct 17, 2014
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.