Alimentation Couche Tard looks good

We have owned Alimentation Couche Tard for approximately a year and it’s starting to look ready to breakout higher. It has broken out to the upside of a 5-year consolidation

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Chris Stuchberry on BNN – February 1st, 2019
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Rick Stuchberry on BNN – January 21, 2019
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The World Is Getting Quietly, Relentlessly Better

Source: The Wall Street Journal, by Greg Ip January 2, 2019 If you spent 2018 mainlining misery about global warming, inequality, toxic politics or other anxieties, I’m here to break

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Chris Stuchberry on BNN – December 31st, 2018
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Happy Holidays from Wellington Altus-The Stuchberry Group!

Warmest Warmest Regards, Chris, Rick & Rebecca

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Update on the Markets – December 2018

Hi Ladies and Gentlemen, The holidays are going to be a bit less merry than we would like, that is for sure, but even though the market has shown few

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Quick Update on Markets
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Office Address Change to 150 King Street W

Ladies and Gentlemen, For anyone who visited us in the 55 Yonge Street office over the last year, saw us busting at the seams.  Wellington Altus keeps growing – we

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Market Retesting the Bottom

Hi folks, The last update we said we didn’t think it was over, even on that rally we thought it was a bit light, but we think we are closing

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Chris Stuchberry on BNN – November 7
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Microsoft’s stock is looking like a buy, Chris Stuchberry says

Sourced from Cantech Letter August 22, 2018 by Jayson MacLean Microsoft (Quote, Chart NASDAQ:MSFT) may not be a member of the exclusive FAANG group of tech stocks but there are

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Rick Stuchberry on BNN – November 6, 2018
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Quick update on Markets- We think we’re close to a bottom

Wish I could say the market decline is over, but we don’t think it is.  We do think we’re very close to bottoming out, but there is a sentiment potential

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Chris Stuchberry on BNN – October 17
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Market Weakness – Here’s What’s Happening

Markets have been really weak in the last few days, here’s what we think is why, and when we may see some relief. Basically the stock market and bond market

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