Happy Days wrote:
DanH wrote:one of them in the crappy U.S. market and it still did well without hedging.
It did ok because it was loaded with aggressive equity in the resource and other speculative industries...
Um, the manager is very growth oriented and leans toward technology - always has. See, his fund lost a fair bit between 2000 and 2003 but he made more (than the index) before the drop and made much more after the drop. And it had almost nothing to do with commodities. Do you actually check any facts or do you let your selective memory do the talking?
Happy Days wrote:...like biotech, many stocks in Canada$ when its mandate is foreign.
I'm dying to know which Canadian stocks Noah Blackstein suffed into his Power American Growth fund to post such strong outperformance. Really, if he actually did that, I want to know. Please tell us.
And with my emphasis...
Happy Days wrote:When you buy anything Dynamic you're buying a resource fund where the industry is notoriously boom and bust. Its the same story with Dynamic in every resource cycle, they outperform miraculously then fall to earth.
I give up...I wasn't even trying to convince you but I continued for the benefit of those who might actually believe a word you typed. It's hopeless. You obviously have an axe to grind against Dynamic. Go for it. Grind away. I just hope nobody takes you too seriously.
Have you ever met beaverlodge?