Jim Allworth

Portfolio Strategist
RBC Dominion Securities

Jim Allworth

Portfolio Strategist
RBC Dominion Securities

Jim Allworth has been in the investment business for 51 years, both as a research analyst and portfolio strategist. He has been with RBC Dominion Securities for more than four decades, where he has developed investment policy for the firm and translated that into solutions for individual clients.

As an investment strategist, Allworth utilizes RBC’s extensive global economic, political, and sector analysis to develop a strategic view on the expected direction of major financial markets.

Allworth co-chairs the Global Portfolio Advisory Committee (GPAC) which provides strategic analysis of financial markets and establishes the asset allocation mix for clients worldwide. He regularly contributes to GPAC’s Global Insight monthly publication.

Allworth is a graduate of Simon Fraser University, with a concentration in economics.

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Analysis

Will COVID-19 force the auto sector into a U-turn?

Last updated: July 06, 2020

It wasn’t that long ago that the auto sector was on an open road to the car of the future. How will COVID-19 change the sector’s direction?

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Investing

Global equities: Uncertainty everywhere

Last updated: April 01, 2020

Growing uncertainty about the future course of the economy has persuaded us to move our recommended equity positioning to Underweight. Learn more

7 minute read
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Investing

Global equity volatility: We’re in the “correction” camp

Last updated: January 11, 2019

While the market’s deep drop put investors on edge, we see the correction giving way to a renewed advance in share prices.

7 minute read
 

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