Investment resources

Economic commentary

The math of the aftermath: Looking past the corona shock

What will the coronavirus recession have wrought when we look back on it years from now?

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Equities

Risk management: Seeking clarity to risk tolerance

Risk tolerance and risk perception are central to long-term investing success—as is the risk management expertise of your wealth management team.

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Equities

The case for exchange funds

Diversifying your asset base is essential to decrease the risk inherent in concentrated holdings of individual securities. 

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Equities

Understanding the impact of volatility on equity investment

Many investors run for the hills at the first sign of market volatility, but should short-term volatility be a deal breaker? 

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ESG and Impact Investing

Renewable energy growth opportunity

Modern electricity generation is increasingly shifting toward renewable sources such as solar and wind power, which raises questions from investors on what this means for natural gas demand.

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ESG and Impact Investing

ESG is more than just three letters

A recent surge in ESG funds has polluted the landscape. Learn more about how CIBC is committed to helping you invest in genuine, high-quality ESG funds. 

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ESG and Impact Investing

Climate change: The unexpected (and critical) relationship between our economy and environment

The environment and economy go hand-in-hand. Read more about how our changing climate impacts economic development. 

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Fixed Income

Premium bonds: don't ignore their advantages

A bond offered at a premium should not be rejected for the sole reason that it has a dollar price above par; it will likely protect the buyer from tax considerations associated with discount bonds.

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Fixed Income

The role of fixed income in a diversified portfolio

What impact can Fixed Income have on your diversified portfolio?

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Fixed Income

Understanding premium bonds

As a long-term investor, you may choose to include fixed income in your investment portfolio for a variety of reasons, such as capital preservation, income generation, or a combination of both.

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Multi-Manager Investment Program

Is active management still relevant?

In 1951, a student at Princeton was the first to write about the idea of passive index investing. Twenty-five years later, that former student started the first index mutual fund.

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Equities

Three ways diversification can reduce portfolio risk

Learn more about how having a diverse portfolio can reduce overall risk.

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