Trimark Investments Blog

As one of Canada’s leading investment management companies, Trimark Investments is singularly focused on putting investors' interests first. Invesco Canada offers a diversified suite of investment solutions to investors across the country and around the world. The blog is comprised of portfolio managers, who are often asked about their views on various investment-, market- and economy-related topics and how these views impact investment decisions. Trimark Investment blog intends to answer the questions Invesco Canada is frequently asked.

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Will the global stock sell-off continue?

It was yet another week in which I felt like we lived 100 weeks. Of course the biggest event was the stock market sell-off. U.S. stocks led what became a global sell-off, which slowed and actually began to reverse on Friday. The key question on inve...

U.S. stocks plunge in tech-fueled rout

On Wednesday, U.S. stocks fell dramatically, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling more than 800 points. The rout was led by technology stocks, with the NASDAQ Composite Index down 316 points, but all sectors experienced losses.1 This was th...

Jobs, trade and the economy: What did we learn last week?

Last week was particularly busy, with key data releases giving us the latest glimpse into economic activity around the world, and government negotiations establishing the boundaries of important trading relationships. Here’s what we learned, and w...

Capital market assumptions: How we estimate asset-class returns

Our views of equities, fixed income and alternatives shape our multi-asset portfolios and inform our clients Capital market assumptions (CMAs) are fundamental to the Invesco Global Solutions team and our work as multi-asset investors. These are our ...

The S&P 500 Equal Weight Index moves north

Investors seeking exposure to U.S. large cap stocks have many options, but often may not be aware of the concentration risk they may be taking on through an S&P 500-indexed ETF. Because the underlying index is market-cap-weighted, an ETF tracking it...