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Why investors are fleeing stocks and bonds

Stockhouse Editorial
0 Comments| September 5, 2013

Stockhouse Research: Blackberry is back, Canada Carbon & Resverlogix generate talk
After, well, years as being the most talked about stock on the Stockhouse boards, Blackberry all but disappeared from view last week, but it was back today with a vengeance, bringing peace and predictability back to the world.
With it emerged Canada Carbon, a player in the Ontario and Quebec regions with a 250% share price jump over the last month on higher grading news.
Also, biotech play Resverlogix continues to inspire discussion, some of it heated, on the back of details of the company's RVX-208 product.
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  5. Canada Carbon (V.CCB) (6)
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  1. Resverlogix (T.RVX) (1)
  2. Fission Uranisum (V.FCU) (2)
  3. Novus Energy (V.NVS) (3)
  4. Blackberry (T.BB) (7)
  5. Intertainment Media (V.INT) (5)
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Blog of the Day:
Why Investors Are Fleeing Both the Bond and Stock Markets
By AbbyJoseph

Late last year, the concept of the “Great Rotation” became popular. The idea behind the Great Rotation was simple: the theory was that once the bond prices started to decline, investors would take their money out of bonds and put them into the equity markets.

The logic behind the Great Rotation made sense. When one asset class becomes too risky, the bond market in this case, investors usually run towards other assets. But the Great Rotation isn’t happening?


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