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The Vilification of Musk by Shooting Stars of Hedge Funds and an Acquiescent Business Media

By Neeraj Monga | May 8, 2018

The noise surrounding Tesla Inc. and its prospects has reached a crescendo and will die down with the successful execution of its business plan. It reminds us of the...

The Dot Plot Giveth

By Neeraj Monga | October 18, 2017

By 2019, we expect interest rates in the U.S. to rise more than currently anticipated by market participants. We are therefore, overweight U.S. Financials in our balanced and equity...

Home Capital Group: Immediate Liquidity Crisis Averted – What Next?

By Neeraj Monga | May 9, 2017

Home Capital Group is trying to right the ship. While encouraging, the road to rehabilitation is long and bumpy.

Home Capital Group – Fallen Angel or Value Trap?

By Neeraj Monga | May 2, 2017

Our view has become more hopeful based on the terms obtained by Equitable Bank for its line of credit. Home Capital Group should be able to get better terms...

Home Capital Group – To Penny Stock Status : Liquidity Decline of $750 Million in 3 Days

By Neeraj Monga | April 28, 2017

Although the stock price of Home Capital Group rebounded yesterday, it is a dead cat bounce. HCG is headed to penny stock status.

Modi’s Gamble:Brand India to Shell-Shocked India

By Neeraj Monga | November 22, 2016

Demonetisation of 86% of India's currency has thrown the Indian economy into a tailspin. We discuss the ramifications.

An Audacious President-Elect Upends Yields – Eight Ideas For 2017

By Neeraj Monga | November 16, 2016

An audacious President-elect has done what the collective might of central bankers from G-7 couldn't do. ANTYA highlights eight things to watch out for in 2017. Our view is...

Increasing Allocation to S&P/TSX 60 – Property Indices Have Peaked

By Neeraj Monga | August 11, 2016

ANTYA’s benchmark allocation to Canadian equities is 20%. Given global economic and political uncertainty, negative yields on approximately $10 trillion of global debt securities, expected benefits to Canada of...

ANTYA High Impact Portfolios

All portfolios will be backed by in-depth research and monitored regularly to ensure risk-return characteristics are aligned with portfolio plan. All clients will have access to the same return/reward opportunities for each category of portfolio at any point in time. Any change made to the portfolio will be reflected in all portfolios at the same time.

ANTYA 20/20 Growth Portfolio (“20/20”)

ANTYA Global Growth Portfolio is designed to provide a targeted annual return of 9%, which is currently a premium of approximately 8.5% to 5 year Government of Canada bonds, without any leverage or any derivative exposure. ANTYA is not guaranteeing any return to its investors under any circumstance. Investors choosing the 20/20 option will have access to a portfolio carefully curated from amongst all securities – stocks and/or ETFs that trade in the U.S. and in Canada.
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ANTYA Sleep Easy Income Portfolio (“ASEIP”)

The Sleep Easy Income Portfolio is designed to provide an excess return of 3.5% over the 5 year Government of Canada bond, which is currently yielding close to 0.6%. Therefore, the target return for ASEIP is currently expected to be 4%. The actual return of the portfolio can significantly differ from target return. ANTYA is not promising a guaranteed return of 4% under any circumstances. No leverage will be employed in managing the ASEIP. Derivatives will not be used in managing ASEIP.
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ANTYA PIVOT – The Balanced Portfolio (“PIVOT”)

ANTYA PIVOT, is designed to provide a targeted annual return of 5%-7%, which is currently a premium of approximately 4.5%-6.5% to 5 year Government of Canada bonds, without any leverage or any derivative exposure. Investors choosing ABP will have access to a portfolio carefully curated from amongst all securities that trade in the U.S. and in Canada. ANTYA is not guaranteeing any return to its investors under any circumstance.
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