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Financial Post: Vertex Fund 15-Year Return is #5 Overall

How Canada’s mutual funds trumped the rest of the world for the last 15 years For most of the past 15 years, there’s been no place like home for Canadian investors. Notwithstanding the importance of diversification geographically as well as by sector and asset class, most of us would have been much better rewarded by …

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Vertex One Feature in Canadian Business Journal

We spoke with the Canadian Business Journal (www.cbj.ca) about all things Vertex for their February 2014 issue. Have a read: Download article

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Vertex One launches new fund

Vertex One Asset Management announces the launch of the Vertex Arbitrage Fund http://cnw.ca/2wazi A low volatility, market-neutral fund that is suitable as an equity alternative to fixed income products with less interest rate risk. VANCOUVER, Nov. 22, 2013 /CNW/ – Vertex One Asset Management Inc. proudly announces the launch of a new fund called the …

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Steadyhand Investments writes about Live From the Desk

Tom Bradley, from Steadyhand Investments (a Vancouver-based mutual fund company), writes about our recent Live From the Desk titled “Climbing the Debt Wall”. In his blog Two Sides of the Coin, Tom reiterates the positive effects that accretive refinancing of company debt is having on the the stock market. Check it out!

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The Globe & Mail – Why volatility doesn’t always equal risk

Theory vs Reality: how much risk is there in volatility? By Tom Bradley For investors who have the luxury of time, volatility doesn’t equal risk, not in theory anyway. These investors can hold assets with a higher potential return knowing that short-term price swings are inconsequential. Long-term returns are what matter. Risk is holding overpriced …

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