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About rosshealy

C. Ross Healy, MBA, CFA Chairman, Strategic Analysis Corporation Ross Healy began his investment industry career in 1965 as a securities analyst for Midland Osler Securities. He was a co-founder of Sceptre Investment Council in 1970, a leading Canadian money manager. In 1984, he became Director of Research at Merrill Lynch Canada, and during this time provided support for the late Dr. Verne Atrill, the theorist who decoded the mathematics underlying the Theory of Accounting Dynamics upon which the Strategic Analysis Corporation (SAC) methodology is based. After supporting and collaborating with Dr. Atrill for many years, he joined SAC as Chairman and CEO in 1989 following the death of Dr. Atrill. Ross Healy is a past president of the Toronto CFA Society, and served on the board of the Financial Analysts Federation (now the CFA Institute) as Chairman of the Financial Analysts Journal committee, the academic arm of the CFA Society. He has served on the Financial Disclosure Advisory Board of the Ontario Securities Commission, and was a member of the Executive Committee of Trinity College, University of Toronto, chairing the Investment Committee. He currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Eglinton St. George’s United Church of Toronto. He contributes investment analysis to print, radio, and television media, and has been appearing regularly on Business News Network (BNN) for the past 15 years, and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). There is an award-winning book written about his analysis leading up to the collapse of Nortel Networks (The Bubble and The Bear, How Nortel Burst the Canadian Dream, by Douglas Hunter, Doubleday Canada, 2002. He was the “Bear” in the book.). Email Address: rhealy@strategicanalysis.ca Company Website: www.strategicanalysis.ca Telephone (work): 416-498-3604 x 133 Cell: 416-258-8342

Could This Market “Die of Old Age”?

I was struck the other day by an article by Byron Wien, vice chairman of Blackstone Advisory Partners. He recently wrote that in his view, the market could keep going for some time – perhaps into 2019 – because the … Continue reading

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BNN Appearance October 5th, 2017

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The “Rules” of Prediction

The “Rules” of Prediction As Benjamin Graham, the father of modern common stock analysis, once wrote, “In the short run, the market is a voting machine, and it’s quite clear that the votes are not always cast in favor of … Continue reading

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The “Rules of Prediction

The “Rules” of Prediction As Benjamin Graham, the father of modern common stock analysis, once wrote, “In the short run, the market is a voting machine, and it’s quite clear that the votes are not always cast in favor of … Continue reading

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The “Rules” of Prediction

As Benjamin Graham, the father of modern common stock analysis, once wrote, “In the short run, the market is a voting machine, and it’s quite clear that the votes are not always cast in favour of value. Still, in the … Continue reading

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Access to Strategic Analysis Corporation Website

In a way, I must apologize to those who have come to my blog site to read my piece on the Two Dozen Potentially Killer Stocks. There is some SAC nomenclature in there which will not be immediately familiar to … Continue reading

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Two Dozen Potentially ‘Killer’ Stocks

Severe Valuation Alert (September 2016) 2 Dozen “Quality” Stocks That Could Wreak Havoc in Your Portfolio One good thing about ­that comes from trying to find value in an expensive market on a regular and ongoing basis is that eventually … Continue reading

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