Investor Roundtable Video: Investor Roundtable: Does a slowing housing market matter to stocks? Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, Sep. 19 2012, 4:20 PM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Sep. 19 2012, 5:45 PM EDT The Roundtable team discusses the notion that household wealth and stock market health go hand in hand, but is that the case now? Watch More Video: Wall Street hits record as Bernanke pulls back Fed scales back bond-buying program FedEx fails to deliver Amazon delivers despite strike Who wins in Ottawa’s wireless crackdown? Euro zone moves towards banking union Package holiday revival helps TUI AG On the job with a chocolatier Escaping the shadow of Australia's commodities giants How newcomers to Canada can build their credit rating The fun side of strategy, according to Roger Martin Gas deal offers Europe relief from Russia Will GSK's payment ban set a precedent? Obama meets with technology company executives Comcast may buy Time Warner Cable Third-term Merkel faces energy, Europe challenges Tips for creating an effective resume Mark Mobius: Tapering's insignificant, frontier markets are where it's at Why Preet Banerjee decided to sell his house and rent Young, conservative investor wonders if he's taking enough risk Comments AA More Related to this Story Market View Video: Market View: Diverging housing markets: Canada slumps while U.S. recovers Housing Video: Economist says Canada's already in housing bubble Investor Roundtable Video: Investor Roundtable: Can the iPhone 5 save the U.S. economic recovery?