Highlights from Rob’s recent BNN appearances
Rob was interviewed by CTV on Wednesday November 1st 2017. He spoke about his take on the marijuana sector and the future outlook of this market in Canada.
Being a long-time Tragically Hip Fan, Rob talks on BNN about his experience at the Hip’s last concert in Winnipeg. Being a proud patriotic Canadian and big hockey fan, the Tragically Hip were a top favorite in Rob’s music playlists year after year. The Kingston band are pioneers of Canadian rock music and have left their footprint all over the world with their unique sound and on-stage performances. It’s never easy saying farewell to a legendary singer like Gord Downie. His music and lyrics live on and every fan will always cherish their Tragically Hip moments and memories. RIP Gordon Downie, you were one of the best music personalities this world has seen and you will be truly missed.
Rob Tétrault, Portfolio Manager at National Bank Financial discusses three stocks he thinks have upside potential: Boyd Group Income Fund, New Flyer Industries and Artis REIT.
Fri, Apr 8, 2016 – 3:59 PM
National Bank Financial Portfolio Manager Rob Tétrault joins BNN to wrap up the trading day and tells us about the role economic data plays in his investment thesis, how he’s investing in oil and why he’d wait for a dip before buying New Flyer Industries.
Wed, Feb 17, 2016 – 3:59 PM
Air Canada CEO Calin Rovinescu told short-term focused shareholders to sell: And they obliged. Rob Tétrault, Portfolio Manager, National Bank Financial says Rovinescu should care about all of his shareholders and calls the comments “A slap in the face.”
Wed, Jan 6, 2016 – 4:05 PM
National Bank Portfolio Manager Rob Tétrault joins The Close to discuss Valeant after it named an interim CEO, how the low loonie is impacting his investment strategy and where he’s putting his money.
Tue, Dec 29, 2015 – 4:00 PM
Valeant shares took another hit today after the company announced CEO Michael Pearson is taking a medical leave. National Bank Financial Portfolio Manager, Rob Tétrault joins BNN with advice for investors on how to handle Valeant stock’s volatility and how we could see shares get a boost post tax-loss selling season.