Interview opportunities from the February issue of Report on Business magazine
TORONTO, Jan. 26 /CNW/ - Investment season is here, and whether you're
young or old, there's an opportunity for every Canadian to make money
now. From risk-management lessons for young investors to real estate
considerations for sophisticated buyers, the February issue of Report on Business magazine, available Friday, January 28, provides the tips and tricks
you need to invest like a legend, with help from 11 Bay Street giants:
Tye Bousada, EdgePoint Investment Group
Eric Bushell, Signature Global Advisors
Peter Cundill, Mackenzie Cundill Investment Management
Stephen Jarislowsky, Jarislowsky Fraser
Normand Lamarche, Front Street Capital
Irwin Michael, I.A. Michael Investment Council Ltd.
Mark Mobius, Templeton Emerging Market Group
Rohit Sehgal, Dynamic Funds
Kim Shannon, Sionna Investment Managers
Eric Sprott, Sprott Asset Management
Bob Tattersall, Saxon family of mutual funds
These investing gurus reveal their best and worst investments, biggest
opportunities now, what keeps them up at night and how they would
invest $100,000, among other insightful words for wealth.
Other highlights of the investing Issue:
Five Questions: The Maple Leafs suck. But as MLSE CEO Richard Peddie tells reporter
Michael Grange, the company keeps making fistfuls of money anyway.
The Ultimate Investing Quiz: What is the Black-Scholes formula? Can you match the pundit to the
prediction? What was Louis Winthorpe III's job in the movie Trading Places? Test your investing intelligence.
Worth Every Billion: Hedge fund managers' fees seem disconnected from reality...and then
there's Lady Gaga's take-home pay. Wall Street columnist Tony Keller
explores why superstars might just be worth it.
Report on Business magazine is Canada's most-read business publication. Published on the
last Friday of every month in The Globe and Mail, Report on Business magazine offers readers insightful, award-winning coverage of Canadian
and global business and economics, and is available with copies of The Globe and Mail and online at globeandmail.com/robmagazine. The Globe and Mail is Canada's national newspaper, delivering trusted national and
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