Investor Roundtable Video: Investor Roundtable: Does a slowing housing market matter to stocks? Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, Sep. 19, 2012 4:20PM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Sep. 19, 2012 5:45PM 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: Three tips for coping with a volatile stock market Amica shares double on BayBridge deal Nexen shuts down Long Lake project over regulatory failure Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from Arrow Capital’s Veronika Hirsch Why the Fed should hike in September Tale of two cities: Vancouver home sales surge, Calgary plunges Parents feeling the pinch of supporting adult children: Poll Bill Gross: Fed tightening now could create self-inflicted instability Thinking critically about your investments Global market volatility the new norm? Put your rainy day fund to work now Lego sales soar as new products click Sears Canada still looking for CEO Oil keeps falling on U.S. supply glut Greek retail sales weakest for years Australian economy slows to 2-year low China slowdown fears rattles U.S. markets Yahoo CEO says she's pregnant with twins Recession reality hits Calgary: 900 oil jobs lost New models spur U.S. auto sales in August 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?