When It Comes To Investing, Don'T Believe Everything You See On Tv


## [The scary task of figuring out how much candy to make for a COVID-19 Halloween: Financial Post Staff](https://financialpost.com/news/the-scary-task-of-figuring-out-how-much-candy-to-make-for-a-covid-19-halloween)
> Martin Parent was thinking about Halloween last spring. By late April , his team at the Canadian headquarters of Mondelez International Inc. — the candy and cookie conglomerate behind the Cadbury and Maynards brands — had to make a fina…
## [When it comes to investing, don't believe everything you see on TV: Tom Bradley](https://financialpost.com/investing/investing-pro/when-it-comes-to-investing-dont-believe-everything-you-see-on-tv)
> Interest in investing is hitting new highs. Discount brokers are flooded with applications and trading volumes are surging. Despite this renewed focus, some misunderstandings persist about the realities of investing. To illustrate, let’s deconstru…
## [Howard Levitt: Critical illness insurance can be a huge help, but claiming it isn't always easy: Howard Levitt](https://financialpost.com/executive/careers/howard-levitt-critical-illness-insurance-can-be-a-huge-help-but-claiming-it-isnt-always-easy)
> COVID-19 can cause blood clots which, in turn, cause s strokes, leading to extensive medical intervention, physiotherapy and speech therapy. Just that case is only one of many COVID-related disability cases my firm is handling against insurers. …
## [Canada ranked in world’s top 10 pension systems: Yadullah Hussain](https://financialpost.com/personal-finance/retirement/canada-ranked-in-worlds-top-10-pension-systems)
> The pandemic has rocked government finances across the world and led to questions about the financial durability of pension funds. But a new ranking by Mercer and the CFA Institute puts the Canada Pension Plan in the top 10. There is always room for improveme…
## [Rising China, waning U.S. — how Canada should navigate the changing global order: Larysa Harapyn](https://financialpost.com/news/economy/rising-china-waning-u-s-how-canada-should-navigate-the-changing-global-order)
> Director of University of Alberta’s China Institute, Gordon Houlden, speaks with Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about the future prospects of the tense U.S.-China and Canada-China relationships.

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