Insights: Monetary policy winds change direction to favour Canadian stocks

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This edition of Insights maintains our upbeat assessment of the outlook for Canadian stocks. That said, our record shows we are not shy about turning bearish when our indicators move south. In fact, last summer we were quite blunt about the risks facing the market in Sometimes the bomb might explode without any warning, a post that we shared with the Canadian Insider community.

While our admonition was a bit early, the S&P 500 remains below where it was when we published the piece, despite its remarkable round trip over the past four months. For the most part, Insights will stick to the Canadian market, but we will bring in the outlook for US markets from time-to-time, particularly when our indicators are flashing a bullish or bearish signal.

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