TORONTO — The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), the country’s largest pension fund manager, said on Monday it is concerned about the Saskatchewan government’s decision to temporarily ban certain institutional investors from buying farmland in the province.
The western province said on Monday it plans a review of farmland ownership rules under the Saskatchewan Farm Security Act. Pension plans and other institutional investors will be unable to purchase farmland in Saskatchewan while the review is ongoing. No completion date was given for the review.
The idea we have for you today plays off one of our ongoing themes — “extraction.”
“We’ve got a real problem! This is a mathematical fact! Tens of trillions of dollars are being extracted from the United States of America,” ranted MSNBC pundit Dylan Ratigan in 2011. “An entire integrated system — financial system, trading system, taxing system — that was created by both parties over a period of two decades is at work on our entire country right now.”
Som Seif has packed a lot into his 36 years.
In his first career he was as an investment banker at RBC Capital Markets, while in his second, a more public role, he was founder of the Canadian operations of Claymore Investments, a company that grew over seven years to $8-billion in assets under management before being sold to BlackRock early last year.
TORONTO — Canadian oilsands producers worried about international capital fleeing to the U.S. should take heart from the long-term attractiveness of the reserves, according to a senior think-tank advisor.
In an interview with ET Now, Mark Mobius, Templeton Emerging Markets Group, says it is time Indian investors diversified into many other markets to find the best opportunities. Edited excerpts What is the essence your investing principals which have helped you make money? I think the first thing that people have to realise is that investment in companies, in stocks is probably one of the best ways to save and grow. This is because companies grow with the market.
By Stock Whiz:During the last several years, investors have taken note of the swelling prices and hearty returns that come with productive farms. Individuals and funds are increasingly seeing farmland as an ideal hard asset class. Farmland generates not only regular income, but also capital appreciation and can be used as a hedge against inflation.
By Faisal Humayun: The investment environment after the financial and economic crisis has been characterized by a high degree of volatility across asset classes. Taking short-term positions in such an environment can lead to extreme results (positive or negative).
Twitch/Oculus VRFacebook stock has been a huge winner in the current bull market. The stock is up 21.5% this year and 439% since bottoming out at the beginning of 2013.
In a report circulated on March 17, a team of analysts at UBS led by Eric J. Sheridan suggest the party can keep going as long as Facebook can answer three major questions:
Last week began on an extremely bearish note. As Standard & Poors downgraded the outlook for US debt, retail and institutional investors panicked and prices dropped. Initially, it looked like this could be the catalyst for the market to finally begin recognizing the mounting risks.