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Tony Dwyer

Tony Dwyer joined Canaccord Genuity in March 2012 as the firm's U.S. equity market strategist and a senior managing director. In 2015, Mr. Dwyer was named co-director of research, and currently sits on the firm's operating committee. Prior to joining Canaccord Genuity, he served as equity strategist at Collins Stweart, and also held the additional role of director of research while sitting on the firm's executive committee. Mr. Dwyer st arted his career at Prudential-Bache Securities in 1987 as an equity market strategist.

EPS growth should drive market higher

Editor’s note: Tony Dwyer, U.S. portfolio strategist for Canaccord Genuity, and his colleagues author a widely respected monthly overview of market conditions, technical factors, and future market outlook called the “Strategy Picture Book.” The...

Time to add market exposure on volatility?

Editor’s Note: Tony Dwyer, U.S. portfolio strategist for Canaccord Genuity, and his colleagues author a widely respected monthly overview of market conditions, technical factors, and future market outlook called the “Strategy Picture Book.” The...

Short-term market outlook downgraded to neutral

Editor’s note: Tony Dwyer, U.S. portfolio strategist for Canaccord Genuity, and his colleagues author a widely respected monthly overview of market conditions, technical factors, and future market outlook called the “Strategy Picture Book.” The...

‘Echo crash’ leads to bottoming process

There is only one rule of thumb when piloting an aircraft in difficult conditions: trust your instruments. It doesn’t matter how wrong it feels or looks outside, you have to trust them or you compromise your process and potentially compound the...

Recent Q1 highs lacked ‘oomph’

Despite the move to new market highs in Q1, the tactical backdrop continues to suggest a 5%-10% correction is likely, especially given the lack of conviction shown in the most recent rallies. The fundamental excuse for a pause in the upside is likely...