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April 12, 2007

By Scott Ronalds

Good Fix to a Variable Problem

RBC Asset Management announced on Tuesday that they plan on changing the way they calculate the MERs of their funds. As a refresher, an MER – the expense that we all love to hate – consists of a fund’s management ...

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March 15, 2007

By Scott Ronalds

Steadyhand Hits the Slopes

Steadyhand hit the slopes last weekend in Whistler. Unfortunately, with limited visibility, high winds and wet snow, conditions were almost unbearable. ...

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March 7, 2007

By Scott Ronalds

Pass the Remote

My future has never looked so bright. I’ve been watching a lot of the big banks’ commercials on T.V. lately, and I’m really excited about my financial future. Apparently, I can send my daughter to med school and buy the ...

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February 28, 2007

By Scott Ronalds

That Was Ugly

Biggest one day loss since 2001. Historic sell-off. Downright brutal. I’m referring of course to the actions of the Florida Panthers yesterday. The Panthers traded Todd Bertuzzi to the Red Wings for two conditional draft picks and a forward I’ve ...

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February 20, 2007

By Scott Ronalds

JetBlue – An Untimely Lesson in Growth

JetBlue, the New York-based low-cost airline known for its leather seats, seatback TVs and superior customer service, suffered a public relations nightmare last week when an east coast ice storm grounded many of its scheduled flights. Hazardous weather is beyond ...

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February 13, 2007

By Scott Ronalds

The Bear Truth

Grizzly Facts, Part I The Grizzly population of North America is estimated to be between 40,000 - 50,000 B.C. is home to 1 of every 4 remaining Grizzly bears in North America Newborn cubs weigh less than a pound A ...

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