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: Video: Darryl Sutter’s son was given little chance of a long life. Now he’s flourishing Video: Andrew Ference’s special friendship with a young fan Intel nears deal to buy Altera IMF chief Christine Lagarde's Grexit comments cause a stir Canadian banks' growth formula is intact: portfolio manager Banks to be questioned over FIFA Can this Montreal music broadcaster take on Spotify? Welcome to Canada's largest and busiest port The Bottom Line: If you want to brag at work, don’t do it like this Augmented reality mirrors, sensored clothes and the future of retail Canadian banks continue to top expectations Avago buys Broadcom for $37 billion Take a tour through one of Canada's most automated homes Greece optimistic as G7 gets under way TD Bank profit exceeds lower expectations BMO CFO: We're not that worried about oil's impact Big takeaways from Bank of Canada's rate decision Investing in Canadian banks - BMO and National Bank results Who tops Forbes' female power pile? Scandal unlikely to nix FIFA sponsorships 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?