MATCO MARKET INSIGHTS – FOCUS ON DIVIDENDS, AVOID CYCLICALS

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Despite a severe market correction brought on by fears of a global pandemic around the coronavirus, or COVID-19, Anil Tahiliani, a portfolio manager and vice-president at Calgary-based Matco Financial Inc., is hanging in with his portfolio selections and has in fact added to some existing holdings on price weakness.

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Originally founded in 2006 to manage and service seven family offices, today Matco offers the benefits of their extensive investment management experience to individual investors, foundations, endowments, condominium corporations, trusts, corporations, and not-for-profit organizations. Matco Financial focuses on lower volatility income & equity income producing Canadian securities and North American energy stocks.

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