Top Articles for the week of May 06

MOST READ: A little-known giant mastering midcaps, five investing lessons from Game of Thrones, and a manager arguing the case for real assets

Ruth Saldanha 13 May, 2019 | 5:00PM

What did investors read about last week? A little-known giant mastering midcaps, five investing lessons from Game of Thrones, and a manager arguing the case for real assets were the most popular articles last week

This little-known giant is mastering mid-caps
Mackenzie's Phil Taller plays in an unloved segment with room to grow

5 investing lessons from Game of Thrones
The hit fantasy series has a lot of advice that investors can use in real life!

Russell Investments’ Darren Spencer argues the case for real assets
US$49 trillion in infrastructure improvements are needed by 2030, and cash-strapped governments are creating investable opportunities

The best performing mutual funds of 2018
Of over 1,000 medalist mutual funds that had positive returns, most of the top performers are U.S. focused

Uber's IPO looks attractive
With an addressable market estimated to grow to $650 billion by 2022 driven by the firm’s ‘networking effect’ we have confidence in our valuation equating to $58 per share

4 steps to set your financial goals
Morningstar's Christine Benz calls Goals the foundation of every proper investment plan

Four cheap Canadian energy stocks
These leading Canadian energy stocks have made substantial gains so far this year but are still trading below their fair values

Manager picks small caps that act like large caps
Cambridge Global’s Greg Dean applies a disciplined approach and does his own research when picking small caps, rather than riskily chasing upside

Four hotel stocks buoyed by a recovering hospitality market
Although these names trade close to, or slightly under, their fair value estimates, a meaningful pullback could create an attractive entry point

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