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Global Securities was founded in 1987, by current Chairman, Art Smolensky. As a committed employee-owned firm with locations across Canada, Global strives to offer the highest level of integrity, personalized service, trading expertise, market research and analysis.

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The futures markets are always in motion and we can help you make sense of the trends. With instant access to world markets, and aided by a proven team of in-house specialists and leading research, we are able to provide you with innovative strategies, hedging programs and superior execution.

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Global’s access to a wealth of investment products and services brings you a world of choices to structure a portfolio uniquely suited to you. Whether you are interested in GICs and mutual funds, high yield dividend stocks and convertible debentures, or new ventures with growth potential, a Global advisor can help you steer through all the possibilities. Global puts at your disposal the tools you need to diversify your portfolio and achieve your goals.

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October 5 2015

After a notably volatile end to the summer, North American equities appear to be catching some near term upside momentum.  Over the last 5 days the TSX has rallied 4.48% while the S&P500 is up 5.58%.  The primary catalyst, in what continues to be a “bad economic news is good news for equities” environment, was an unexpectedly weak US September jobs report released this past Friday. 

September 28 2015

We have been proved wrong so far in our contention (see “Much ado about nothing” in last week’s issue) that negative market reaction to the Federal Reserve’s non-action at its September 17 FOMC meeting was unjustified.