ETF Report: Rising momentum in the passive approach

March 10, 2017

We discuss growth in the ETF industry since the financial crisis of 2008, and why passive investing continues climb in popularity. Mark Noble at Horizons ETFs Management Canada says there'll be more passive funds than actively managed ones within five or six years.

Horizons ETFs Celebrates Its 10-Year Anniversary

February 24, 2017

Steve Hawkins, President and Co-CEO of Horizons ETFs Management (Canada) Inc. explains why this milestone puts Horizons ETFs in an elite group

Morningstar: Preferred shares offer attractive yields

January 25, 2017

After accounting for dividends' tax advantage, the yield is close to 6%, Fiera manager says.

Horizons Abandons Advisor-Class ETFs

January 04, 2017

Horizons ETFs Management (Canada) Inc. -- one of four ETF companies in Canada that offers exchange-traded funds paying trailer commissions to brokers – has seen the regulatory writing on the wall.

ETF Report: Why 2016 was a good year for ETF investors

December 30, 2016

ETF business had a great year in Canadian equity inflows, and it has only strengthened in the last couple of months - $3B in inflows and $1.5B coming in the last month alone. BNN chats with Mark Noble, head of sales strategy at Horizons ETFs Management Canada.

ETF Report: The preferred share approach

December 16, 2016

The U.S. Federal Reserve hiked interest rates this week and further increases are expected next year. We discuss ETF investing in a rising rate environment with Mark Noble of Horizons ETFs Management (Canada) Inc.

The Globe and Mail: Six stocks and ETFs for buy-and-hold investors

November 15, 2016

Investing is seldom easy and worry-free. In fact, excess fretting about investments can lead to panic selling during rough times. That’s why buying, holding and often forgetting – for the most part – can be just the prescription for long-term profits.

The Globe and Mail: The 2016 Lipper Fund Award mutual fund and ETF winners

November 10, 2016

Here is the list of funds that have won this year's Lipper Fund Awards. They are the top performing mutual funds and ETFs in their respective asset categories over the past 3, 5 and 10 year periods.

The Globe and Mail: Solid stocks and ETFs for your retirement portfolio

November 10, 2016

While some dream of hitting it big overnight on the stock market, more realistic investors buy solid stocks and exchange-traded funds that can help them build wealth for retirement.

Audio Webcast - Understanding Leveraged ETFs with Jaime Purvis

October 18, 2016

Join Jaime Purvis, EVP at Horizons ETFs and learn how Leveraged and Inverse ETFs work, the effect of compounding, and trading and investing strategies.

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