‘Sell in May and go away’ strategy has much merit

May 01, 2019

Brooke Thackray, Research Analyst, Horizons ETFs Management (Canada Inc.), highlights historical data that shows why the “sell in May and go away” strategy is a potentially viable option for investors and advisors.

Horizons debuts new US pot ETF

April 16, 2019

Competition for the US weed market is smoking hot after Horizons ETFs announced it had filed its final prospectus to launch the Horizons US Marijuana Index ETF.

Investors’ rising interest in cannabis puts advisors in a tough spot

April 22, 2019

Adam Hennick, an investment advisor at Mackie Research Capital Corp. in Toronto, has been fielding many questions from clients lately about Canadian holdings in their portfolio. But their inquiries haven’t been about the stumbling energy sector or whether the big banks are still good investments. Rather, they’re asking about cannabis.

Oil rises above US$70 on Libya turmoil

April 10, 2019

Military action and sanctions push prices to a 2019 high, but Morningstar analysts argue that supply and demand looks well-balanced

Is a new day dawning for ETFs in Canada?

April 08, 2019

ETFs notched a quiet, but telling, victory by outselling mutual funds in Canada in 2018. It’s a development many outside the space may not have anticipated. However, advisors familiar with the considerable advantages held by ETFs over mutual funds, particularly at a stage in the economic cycle in which unpredictability reigns (and reins-in growth expectations), see the surge in ETF interest as only the beginning.

Why now is the time for investors to go for gold

March 14, 2019

Gold is trending again … but is it a traditional reaction to increased market uncertainty or is it a sign of a brighter long-term future for the yellow metal?

Is cannabis Big Pharma’s latest drug?

March 14, 2019

With the medical marijuana market expected to hit US$ 40 billion by 2024, and the potential for cannabis compounds to displace opiates, traditional drugmakers are betting big on weed

Daniel Straus discusses Horizons Seasonal Rotation ETF

March 12, 2019

Daniel Straus, head of ETF research and strategy at National Bank Financial, discusses Horizons Seasonal Rotation ETF.

Horizons ETFs Management (TSE:HMMJ) SVP on Recreational Cannabis Revenue Trajectory

February 27, 2019

Horizons ETFs Management (TSE:HMMJ) (OTCMKTS:HMLSF) SVP Mark Noble likes the trajectory of recent financial reporting in the Canadian cannabis space. Noble believes earnings are moving in the right direction because the reporting shows investors adult use cannabis sales are real and that companies are meeting targets.

Higher nat gas and oil prices ahead: Horizons ETF's Brooke Thackray

February 26, 2019

Brooke Thackray, research analyst at Horizons ETF Management, explains why he sees higher prices ahead for oil and natural gas, including gas inventories in the U.S. that are well below their five-year averages.

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