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Debbie Hudson

Vice PresidentInvestment AdvisorPortfolio Manager

  • CIM®
  • CFP®

Wealth management that evolves as your needs, priorities and circumstances change over time

Debbie Hudson believes she has distinguished herself as an advisor with a gift for making people feel comfortable and empowered financially. She is truly committed to putting her clients first in every possible aspect.. Debbie’s credentials include the Chartered Investment Manager (CIM®) and Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) designations and completion of the Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Course with the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts. She is also a Portfolio Manager, qualified to perform discretionary investment services. This frees her clients from having to make daily investment decisions and brings them many other advantages.

ADDITIONAL CONTACT

Toll Free: (888) 317-7526
Fax: (705) 435-2553
Branch Office: (705) 435-1865
Branch Fax: (705) 435-2553

LANGUAGES

English




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Market Commentary

Build your understanding of investment concepts and stay current with ongoing market trends. Choose from a variety of helpful daily, monthly, and quarterly newsletters and resources.

Recession is coming. Maybe?

A powerful predictor of future recessions sparked fears of an economic downturn and triggered a massive sell-off in the stock market. Scott Colbourne, managing director at TD Asset Management explains just what the bond market is signaling and more.

One problem per visit?

It’s a question I hear from doctors and patients alike. There are so many factors to consider that it arguably becomes impossible to answer. In fact, the best answer to the question of restricting patients to one issue per visit may indeed be: “It depends.”

TD Economics

The analysis covers the globe, with emphasis on Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia

Monthly Perspectives - Monster Inside

A quick recap on developments unfolding over the last six months. Perhaps, it's true what they say: a bull market must climb a wall of worry.

Current Perspectives

Trumps, Tariffs and Trade Wars.

Ask Money Talk - One big family plan

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