The stock market rally of the past year has healed Roy Gunell’s psyche as well as his investment portfolio. “A year ago, I was depressed, concerned and worried,” the 66-year-old snowbird said from his winter home in West Palm Beach, Fla. “I’m way more optimistic now.”

Mr. Gunell’s retirement investments are once again worth more than he paid, and he’s feeling quite pleased about the 63-per-cent pop he got from the Bank of Montreal shares he bought for his Tax-Free Savings Account last January.

Read the full article by Rob Carrick, “How Canadian wealth rebounded” in the Globe and Mail (Dec 9, 2009).

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