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  • Political Leaders as Brands: What do Voters See? | IIAC
    Industry Data Tools SAID Committee Meeting Minutes Centres of Higher Learning Media Coverage SAID Events Investors Newsroom Subject Matter Experts News Releases Op Eds The IIAC in the News Blog eNewsletter Speeches Upcoming Presentations Videos Canada s Investment Industry Faces Did You Know Logos Media Kit Social Media Policy Events Upcoming Events Webinars IIAC Investment Industry Hall of Fame IIAC Top Under 40 Award Take Our Kids to Work Day Compliance and Operations Symposium Small and Independent Dealers Symposium Cybersecurity Symposium Sponsorship Opportunities Hall of Fame Search IIAC Blog March 17 2015 Political Leaders as Brands What do Voters See From Abacus Data Abacus is certainly changing the way polling is conducted in Canada Rather than asking the usual If an election were held tomorrow who would you vote for Abacus is challenging Canadians to ascribe emotional and intellection qualities to our three federal leaders In its latest national poll survey respondents were asked to consider a series of choices of words or thoughts and then assign them in order to the leaders Here are the findings in alphabetical order Stephen Harper His strongest attributes were experienced and serious More than 70 associated these thoughts with the Conservative leader 60 or more also associated Mr Harper with competent even tempered good guy successful brilliant and reasonable Areas of relative weakness 40 or more self centered tired past not future not trustworthy old fashioned old ideas bad ideas and radical Thomas Mulcair His strongest attributes were good guy serious and competent More than 70 associated these thoughts with the NDP leader 60 or more also associated Mr Mulcair with successful good ideas brilliant the other choice was lacking intelligence trustworthy even tempered future experienced thinks of others reasonable not radical and new ideas Areas of relative weakness 40 or more associated

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  • Federal Election | IIAC
    Operations Symposium Small and Independent Dealers Symposium Cybersecurity Symposium Sponsorship Opportunities Hall of Fame Home Member Login Contact Us About the IIAC Who We Are Board of Directors President CEO Subject Matter Experts IIAC Committees Working Groups IIAC Member Firms IIAC Affiliates Industry Job Board Advocacy Submissions Letters Letter from the President Key Issues Successes Activity Updates Member Support Cybersecurity Resource Centre CRM2 Resource Centre Industry Data Publications Public Advisories Institutional Trade Matching Tools Member Benefits Member Kit Members Only Small Dealers Overview Ian Russell on SAID Advocacy SAID Successes Publications Industry Data Tools SAID Committee Meeting Minutes Centres of Higher Learning Media Coverage SAID Events Investors Newsroom Subject Matter Experts News Releases Op Eds The IIAC in the News Blog eNewsletter Speeches Upcoming Presentations Videos Canada s Investment Industry Faces Did You Know Logos Media Kit Social Media Policy Events Upcoming Events Webinars IIAC Investment Industry Hall of Fame IIAC Top Under 40 Award Take Our Kids to Work Day Compliance and Operations Symposium Small and Independent Dealers Symposium Cybersecurity Symposium Sponsorship Opportunities Hall of Fame Search Tag Archives Federal election Political Leaders as Brands What do Voters See Political Leaders as Brands What do Voters See From Abacus Data Abacus is certainly changing the way polling is conducted in Canada Rather than asking the usual If an election were held tomorrow who would you vote for Abacus is challenging Canadians to ascribe emotional and intellection qualities to our three federal leaders In its latest national poll survey respondents were asked to consider a series of choices of words or thoughts and then assign them in order to the leaders Here are the findings in alphabetical order Stephen Harper His strongest attributes were experienced and serious More than 70 associated these thoughts with Continue reading Tagged Federal election Polling

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  • Polling | IIAC
    Operations Symposium Small and Independent Dealers Symposium Cybersecurity Symposium Sponsorship Opportunities Hall of Fame Home Member Login Contact Us About the IIAC Who We Are Board of Directors President CEO Subject Matter Experts IIAC Committees Working Groups IIAC Member Firms IIAC Affiliates Industry Job Board Advocacy Submissions Letters Letter from the President Key Issues Successes Activity Updates Member Support Cybersecurity Resource Centre CRM2 Resource Centre Industry Data Publications Public Advisories Institutional Trade Matching Tools Member Benefits Member Kit Members Only Small Dealers Overview Ian Russell on SAID Advocacy SAID Successes Publications Industry Data Tools SAID Committee Meeting Minutes Centres of Higher Learning Media Coverage SAID Events Investors Newsroom Subject Matter Experts News Releases Op Eds The IIAC in the News Blog eNewsletter Speeches Upcoming Presentations Videos Canada s Investment Industry Faces Did You Know Logos Media Kit Social Media Policy Events Upcoming Events Webinars IIAC Investment Industry Hall of Fame IIAC Top Under 40 Award Take Our Kids to Work Day Compliance and Operations Symposium Small and Independent Dealers Symposium Cybersecurity Symposium Sponsorship Opportunities Hall of Fame Search Tag Archives Polling Political Leaders as Brands What do Voters See Political Leaders as Brands What do Voters See From Abacus Data Abacus is certainly changing the way polling is conducted in Canada Rather than asking the usual If an election were held tomorrow who would you vote for Abacus is challenging Canadians to ascribe emotional and intellection qualities to our three federal leaders In its latest national poll survey respondents were asked to consider a series of choices of words or thoughts and then assign them in order to the leaders Here are the findings in alphabetical order Stephen Harper His strongest attributes were experienced and serious More than 70 associated these thoughts with Continue reading Tagged Federal election Polling Comments

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  • Confirmed: Apple is Big – Very Big | IIAC
    Operations Symposium Small and Independent Dealers Symposium Cybersecurity Symposium Sponsorship Opportunities Hall of Fame Home Member Login Contact Us About the IIAC Who We Are Board of Directors President CEO Subject Matter Experts IIAC Committees Working Groups IIAC Member Firms IIAC Affiliates Industry Job Board Advocacy Submissions Letters Letter from the President Key Issues Successes Activity Updates Member Support Cybersecurity Resource Centre CRM2 Resource Centre Industry Data Publications Public Advisories Institutional Trade Matching Tools Member Benefits Member Kit Members Only Small Dealers Overview Ian Russell on SAID Advocacy SAID Successes Publications Industry Data Tools SAID Committee Meeting Minutes Centres of Higher Learning Media Coverage SAID Events Investors Newsroom Subject Matter Experts News Releases Op Eds The IIAC in the News Blog eNewsletter Speeches Upcoming Presentations Videos Canada s Investment Industry Faces Did You Know Logos Media Kit Social Media Policy Events Upcoming Events Webinars IIAC Investment Industry Hall of Fame IIAC Top Under 40 Award Take Our Kids to Work Day Compliance and Operations Symposium Small and Independent Dealers Symposium Cybersecurity Symposium Sponsorship Opportunities Hall of Fame Search IIAC Blog March 13 2015 Confirmed Apple is Big Very Big There s a great website called Things Apple is Worth More Than and it s a mind boggling list of things that are worth less than Apple Apparently Apple is bigger than The global coffee industry Two entire Apollo space programs Worldwide lottery sales The entire U S Stock Market in 1977 Total prescription drug sales in the United States The annual beer consumption of Ireland 300 times over More than one billion iPads The entire United States aircraft carrier fleet Retail sales of electricity in the United States The entire National Football League 10 times over All the illegal drugs in the world There are more here Tweet Signs You

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  • Signs You’re Addicted to Financial Twitter | IIAC
    Matter Experts News Releases Op Eds The IIAC in the News Blog eNewsletter Speeches Upcoming Presentations Videos Canada s Investment Industry Faces Did You Know Logos Media Kit Social Media Policy Events Upcoming Events Webinars IIAC Investment Industry Hall of Fame IIAC Top Under 40 Award Take Our Kids to Work Day Compliance and Operations Symposium Small and Independent Dealers Symposium Cybersecurity Symposium Sponsorship Opportunities Hall of Fame Search IIAC Blog March 12 2015 Signs You re Addicted to Financial Twitter Joshua M Brown over at The Reformed Broker has come up with a very clever list of signs that you re a very close follower of financial Twitter Here they are and the list includes links to some great Twitter accounts You unintentionally know more about Greece than you had ever thought possible Joe Weisenthal is your alarm clock You wish David Tepper Bill Ackman Michael Lewis and Retired Bernanke would show up here already and engage You know its five o clock when the Gartman subtweeting gets underway You ll retweet Eddy Elfenbein s jokes but only favorite Ivan the K What s up with that You don t understand why StockTwits hasn t been bought out yet You wish you could auto filter the following terms Taibbi Piketty Apple is bigger than Bubble Rickards Dudley Rig count Ello Correlation Lagarde China Flash PMI Seasonality Forward guidance CAPE Ratio Crash Meredith Whitney You will unfollow anyone who tweets links to registration walled content life s too short Non Farm Payrolls day is your Oscars but we get the Oscars 12 times a year You know that in the hierarchy of thirstiness and we re all thirsty the people with pictures of themselves on TV as their avatars are the very thirstiest You ve had a skirmish or two with Charlie Gasparino fortunately in a digital setting and not outside a bar Mark Cuban is the man you are reminded because he mixes it up with all comers and never pulls rank in lieu of answering a disagreement You wish Ralph Acampora would stop making intraday directional calls in real time You wish Doug Kass got as much respect online as he does in real life Sometimes when you re following a tweet war over how many basis points someone s service model costs you wonder what it s all about Life I mean That fund manager who bought himself tens of thousands of followers instead of earning them makes you sick You love the Wu Tang Finance feed You ve been caught in a canoe fight with either Cullen Roche or Noah Smith or both at once You ve learned to unfollow and then refollow Marc Andreessen when you see a tweet starting with 1 76 You get confused between all the Matts Levine Phillips Zeitlin Boesler Goldstein Klein Yglesias etc You have whatshisname muted but every once in a while you log out just to see if he s still a massive tool Yup he is You

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  • The Best Investing Blogs for 2015 | IIAC
    Small Dealers Overview Ian Russell on SAID Advocacy SAID Successes Publications Industry Data Tools SAID Committee Meeting Minutes Centres of Higher Learning Media Coverage SAID Events Investors Newsroom Subject Matter Experts News Releases Op Eds The IIAC in the News Blog eNewsletter Speeches Upcoming Presentations Videos Canada s Investment Industry Faces Did You Know Logos Media Kit Social Media Policy Events Upcoming Events Webinars IIAC Investment Industry Hall of Fame IIAC Top Under 40 Award Take Our Kids to Work Day Compliance and Operations Symposium Small and Independent Dealers Symposium Cybersecurity Symposium Sponsorship Opportunities Hall of Fame Search IIAC Blog February 27 2015 The Best Investing Blogs for 2015 Although this list was developed by The College Investor there are some terrific blogs here for all age groups The top three are Josh Brown The Reformed Broker From The College Investor Josh has a fun blog and Twitter account where he shares his market insights and insights on pretty much everything that crosses his mind That s what makes following Josh Brown so interesting the guy is a pro investor founded his own firm and is on every major financial news network at least once a week Yet he blogs and is interest Kudos Josh Editor s note It s very good Kathryn Cicoletti Makin Sense Babe The College Investor Kathryn is one of my favorite investing bloggers because she is a former investment analyst who has moved on to infuse comedy with money Her videos about investing are hilarious and at the same time she s spot on with the topic she s covering If you enjoy humor and money you re going to love Kathryn s blog Editor s note Some of the language isn t for the faint of heart Eddy Elfenbein Crossing Wall Street The College

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  • Good To Know | IIAC
    Our Kids to Work Day Compliance and Operations Symposium Small and Independent Dealers Symposium Cybersecurity Symposium Sponsorship Opportunities Hall of Fame Search Tag Archives Good to know Confirmed A Lot of Very Wealthy People Live in Toronto Confirmed A Lot of Very Wealthy People Live in Toronto Huffington Post found an interesting report courtesy of real estate consultancy Knight Frank Apparently Toronto now has more super rich residents than any other city in North America behind only New York Super rich is defined as people with a net worth of more than US 30 million a k a ultra high net worth individuals UHNWIs From the article The survey found there are 1 216 such super rich people in Toronto the second highest number in North America behind only New York with 3 008 super rich people Los Angeles has 969 people with US 30 million or more while Chicago has 827 And with 534 UHNWIs Montreal ranked 7th in Continue reading Tagged Good to know Comments Off on Confirmed A Lot of Very Wealthy People Live in Toronto The Best Investing Blogs for 2015 The Best Investing Blogs for 2015 Although this list was developed by The College Investor there are some terrific blogs here for all age groups The top three are Josh Brown The Reformed Broker From The College Investor Josh has a fun blog and Twitter account where he shares his market insights and insights on pretty much everything that crosses his mind That s what makes following Josh Brown so interesting the guy is a pro investor founded his own firm and is on every major financial news network at least once a week Yet he Continue reading Tagged Good to know Comments Off on The Best Investing Blogs for 2015 10 Insane Things Wall Streeters Believe 10 Insane Things Wall Streeters Believe According to The Big Picture s Barry Ritholtz there are 10 insane things that people working on Wall Street accept as gospel As always Mr Ritholtz is short sweet and to the point It s a fun read for a Friday He says To outsiders Wall Street is a manic dangerous and ridiculous republic unto itself a sort of bizarro world where nothing adds up and common sense is virtually inapplicable Consider the following insane things that we believe on Wall Street that make no sense whatsoever in the real world Falling gas and home heating prices are a Continue reading Tagged Good to know Comments Off on 10 Insane Things Wall Streeters Believe Not Your Average Political Poll Not Your Average Political Poll With Canadians heading to the polls this year StreetBeat will keep an eye out for interesting indicators that may give a hint as to what the results will be A case in point Abacus Data just released the results of a survey which sought to explore what underlying perceptions Canadians have about the traits and talents of the three main party leaders Between January 26 to January 28

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  • 10 “Insane Things” Wall Streeters Believe | IIAC
    Overview Ian Russell on SAID Advocacy SAID Successes Publications Industry Data Tools SAID Committee Meeting Minutes Centres of Higher Learning Media Coverage SAID Events Investors Newsroom Subject Matter Experts News Releases Op Eds The IIAC in the News Blog eNewsletter Speeches Upcoming Presentations Videos Canada s Investment Industry Faces Did You Know Logos Media Kit Social Media Policy Events Upcoming Events Webinars IIAC Investment Industry Hall of Fame IIAC Top Under 40 Award Take Our Kids to Work Day Compliance and Operations Symposium Small and Independent Dealers Symposium Cybersecurity Symposium Sponsorship Opportunities Hall of Fame Search IIAC Blog February 20 2015 10 Insane Things Wall Streeters Believe According to The Big Picture s Barry Ritholtz there are 10 insane things that people working on Wall Street accept as gospel As always Mr Ritholtz is short sweet and to the point It s a fun read for a Friday He says To outsiders Wall Street is a manic dangerous and ridiculous republic unto itself a sort of bizarro world where nothing adds up and common sense is virtually inapplicable Consider the following insane things that we believe on Wall Street that make no sense whatsoever in the real world Falling gas and home heating prices are a bad thing Layoffs are great news the more the better Billionaires from Greenwich CT can understand the customers of JC Penney Olive Garden K Mart and Sears A company is plagued by the fact that it holds over 100 billion in cash Some companies have to earn a specific profit to the penny every quarter but others shouldn t dare even think about profits Wars weather fashion trends and elections can be reliably predicted It s reasonable for the value of a business to fluctuate by 5 to 10 percent within every eight hour

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