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Fears of Currency Wars Helping to Lift Gold

Fears of Currency Wars Helping to Lift Gold Pacifica Partners' Financial Post Weekly Column - October 4th 2010 This and other articles also available online at: Financial Post & Investment Waves Blog Until recently, it seems that one of the main underpinnings in the strength of gold has been fears of inflation. However, inflation data…

Discovering Opportunity Amidst Investor Fear

Discovering Opportunity Amidst Investor Fear Pacifica Partners' Financial Post Weekly Column - Sept 2nd 2010 This and other articles also available online at: Financial Post & Investment Waves Blog Looking at the current debate about the economy, one cannot help but be reminded of how the discussion can lurch from one extreme to another. A…

Jumping on the Bond Bandwagon

Jumping on the Bond Bandwagon Pacifica Partners' Financial Post Weekly Column - Aug 16th 2010 This and other articles also available online at: Financial Post & Investment Waves Blog Recent data shows that investors are flocking to bonds and bond mutual funds in overwhelming numbers. The image of the thundering herd comes to mind as…

Gold Enthusiasts – Still Waiting for Inflation

Gold Enthusiasts: Still Waiting for Inflation Pacifica Partners' Financial Post Weekly Column - July 19th 2010 This and other articles also available online at: Financial Post & Investment Waves Blog One of the underlying premises of the investment merits of gold is that “reckless government printing of money” is debasing paper currencies and this will…

Bond Vigilantes Dispensing Justice to the G20

Bond Vigilantes Dispensing"Justice" to the G20 Pacifica Partners' Financial Post Weekly Column - July 12th 2010 This and other articles also available online at: Financial Post & Investment Waves Blog One of the most important signposts for investors is to look for extremes in consensus thinking. For example, at the beginning of the year, investor…

Double Dip Recession or Not

Double Dip Recession or Not? Maybe the Bond Market Knows Pacifica Partners' Financial Post Weekly Column - July 1st 2010 (Happy Canada Day) This and other articles also available online at: Financial Post & Investment Waves Blog Looking back at the start of this year, the markets began the year with good cheer and likely…

Pacifica Partners on BNN’s Trading Day

Pacifica Partners TV interview on BNN Pacifica Partners' President and Chief Investment Officer, AJ Sull, was interviewed today on Business News Network. Topics of discussion included our current asset allocation and stocks into which we would possibly deploy our cash reserves. Stocks that were referenced included names in the Canadian materials space, a US energy…

BP ‘s Showdown With Congress: Politics Trumps Common Sense

BP 's Showdown With Congress: Politics Trumps Common Sense Pacifica Partners' Financial Post Weekly Column - June 18th 2010 This and other articles also available online at: Financial Post & Investment Waves Blog One of the great spectacles that the world gets to watch periodically is a US congressional hearing. The politicians are in fine…

Gulf Oil Spill – Tragic Spill May Result in Tragic Policy

Gulf Oil Spill - Tragic Spill May Result in Tragic Policy Pacifica Partners' Financial Post Weekly Column - May 9th 2010 This and other articles also available online at: Financial Post & Investment Waves Blog NOTE: June 2010 - Investment Strategy Notes are now available scroll to the bottom of this email or click here…

Strategy Notes – June 2010

Copyright (C) 2010 Pacifica Partners Inc. All rights reserved. Investment Strategy Notes - June 2010 Pacifica Partners' June 2010 "Investment Strategy Notes" is intended to provide our market outlook with a higher level of technical detail than our Financial Post column or Investment Compass Quarterly Newsletter. In this issue we examine the possibility that markets…
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