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Q&A: Jim O'Shaughnessy on how to invest for the rest of 2013

U.S. stocks are at their highest levels in history. The Canadian market has been a huge underperformer. How should investors position themselves for the rest of the year - and beyond?

We'll ask one of North American's best known and successful money managers, Jim O'Shaughnessy, what he thinks in this one-hour live discussion Tuesday at 1 p.m. (ET) for our weekly web chat at Inside the Market.

Jim is chairman and CEO of O'Shaughnessy Asset Management, and has run several award-winning funds, including the RBC O'Shaughnessy U.S. Growth Fund II and the RBC O'Shaughnessy All-Canadian Equity Fund. As a quantitative money manager, Jim often delves into historical patterns to find today's opportunities. He wrote the bestselling book What Works On Wall Street.

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Ask him his views on your portfolio and where opportunities now lie.

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Investment Editor

Darcy Keith is The Globe and Mail's Investment Editor. He has been a business journalist since 1992 and joined the Report on Business in 2010 from Yahoo! Canada, where he was the senior editor of finance. More

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