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Quarterly update Q2 2020 EP67

Quarterly update | Q2 2020 | EP67

A review of the quarter: a significant rebound in markets, the potential impacts of continuous monetary and fiscal stimulus, and deglobalization.

July 15, 2020 20 Mins
Playing the plan Mawer Canadian equity portfolio EP66

Playing the plan: Mawer’s Canadian equity portfolio | EP66

Why the current market environment “feels like 2030 is happening in 2020,” our perspective on the recent market recovery, and more.

July 3, 2020 27 Mins
Not boring finds for June 2020

(Not) boring finds for June 2020

Howard Marks sent a memo; Ray Dalio explained the last 500 years as they related to empires and reserve currencies; we learned a new word, “shoshin”; and scanned a lot of charts about U. S. advertising revenue trends.

June 30, 2020 2 Mins
Capitalizing on cloud migration EP65

Capitalizing on cloud migration | EP65

The implications of cloud migration for enterprises, investors, and business models.

June 17, 2020 27 Mins
confirmation bias

The enemy is us: Mitigating confirmation bias

Back in March, as physical distancing practices were being implemented globally, I was bemused by contrasting provocatively titled articles published within a day of one another.

June 10, 2020 16 Mins
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Introducing the new Mawer EAFE large cap strategy | EP64

Why the strategy was created, how it was launched, and some holding examples.

June 2, 2020 25 Mins

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