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WealthBar. $100 million under management

We’ve hit a $100 million milestone

  We have big news! You’ve helped WealthBar hit a $100 million milestone by investing with us online. We now manage over $100 million in discretionary assets across Canada, making us a major player in the financial technology space. Woohoo! Two years ago we set… Read more

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March 2016 Market Update

March has been a positive month for the markets. In North America, we have seen markets with equities bounce back (S&P 500 +6.8% and TSX/S&P Composite +5.3%) and internationally rallying. The rebound was fuelled by the rising price of oil, strong economic data and a conservative… Read more

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February 2016 Market Update

The volatile start to the year continued into the beginning of February until markets started to stabilize. Global markets appear to be moving in step with crude oil. The price of crude tested a market low before rebounding on news of an agreement between major… Read more

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January 2016 Market Update

While most people hope to start the new year on a hopeful and positive note, 2016 started quite to the contrary with equity markets taking a significant hit. The falling price of oil, along with economic data out of China confirming slower growth and deteriorating… Read more

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Announcing Private Investment Pools

Invest in your own private pension fund Today we are proud to announce, that thanks to WealthBar’s partnership with Nicola Wealth Management, WealthBar clients can now invest in NWM’s Private Investment Pools. These exclusive pension-fund-like investment strategies offer greater diversification, lower volatility and, thanks to… Read more

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Market Update – May 2015

Despite a bit of selling off early on, May was a relatively stable month in both equity and bond markets. After the volatile start to 2015 in the first quarter, and with larger macroeconomic headwinds on the horizon, some stability is not unwelcome. Equities held… Read more