David Wolf, David Tulk and Ilan Kolet
Asset allocation quarterly – from a Canadian perspective
Rate hikes and their consequences
Second Quarter 2022
Central banks are set to rapidly raise interest rates to bring inflation under control. How may these rate hikes impact the performance of financial markets? In their latest paper, David Wolf, David Tulk and Ilan Kolet explore the impacts of rate hikes and how they are positioning their Canadian multi-asset class funds for Canadian investors.
First Quarter 2022
How comfortable will central banks be with persistently high inflation? In their latest paper, David Wolf, David Tulk and Ilan Kolet discuss the investment implications of inflation, rate hikes, and how they are positioning their Canadian multi-asset funds to maximize return while managing risk.
Inflation and its consequences
Fourth Quarter 2021
An inflationary environment requires a different approach to diversification and risk management in multi-asset class funds. In their latest paper, David Wolf, David Tulk and Ilan Kolet outline how they prepared for this environment with the goal of maximizing return and managing risk for Canadian investors.
You don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here
Third Quarter 2021
The increase in vaccination rates, reduction of mobility restrictions and rebounding of economic activity likely means the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic may be behind us. In their latest paper, the GAA team discusses their pro-cyclical approach to their Canadian multi-asset funds and why diversification is coming from non-Canadian markets.
A Candid Conversation on Canadian Concerns
Second Quarter 2021
In recent years, the Canadian economy encountered market and economic tumult, including a global pandemic. In their latest paper, the GAA team answers frequently asked questions regarding their views on the Canadian economy, asset markets and the positioning of funds they manage for Canadian investors.
New Year, Same Playbook
First Quarter 2021
The distribution of COVID-19 vaccines and stimulus provided by governments and central banks has many focusing on brighter days ahead. In their latest paper, David Wolf, David Tulk and Ilan Kolet outline their views of the recovery ahead and how they are positioning their asset allocation funds for Canadian investors.