Views from the Desk

Podcast: Elon Musk Buys Twitter. Now What?

Apr. 28, 2022

The purchase of Twitter by Elon Musk has dominated the news cycle, but what will the knock-on effects be for Tesla and the tech sector in general? In today’s episode, Mark Raes, Chris McHaney, and Matt Montemurro discuss that question as well as the flattening interest rate curve, tax-loss harvesting opportunities, Canadian banks, and dividend ETFs.

Read the episode summary.

Mark Raes is the Head of Product at BMO Global Asset Management. He is joined on the podcast by Chris McHaney and Matt Montemurro, Portfolio Managers and ETF Specialists at BMO Global Asset Management. The episode was recorded live on April 272022.

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