All posts by Larry Berman

Bitcoins vs Tulip Bulbs

Tulip bulbs were once a store of value. Their value was determined by their beauty and what the next person would pay for one. They can die (and can be mined so to speak), which was a troubling sign, but they never had stable demand…

Volume Analysis in ETFs

Diane writes in and asks: Many of the BMO ETFs that Larry mentions on the show have low volume in comparison to most stocks. Is there a certain volume minimum in which we should be concerned about when purchasing these low-volume ETFs? Diane, Volume is

What’s Going On With The Canadian Dollar?

The Canadian dollar has been on a roller coaster all year. Early in the year, the message from the Bank of Canada was that the economy was not at full potential and continued to require extremely low interest rates. Coupled with this, the U.S. Federal