Fabrice Taylor

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Fabrice Taylor is a Canadian financial journalist, publisher and investor best known[by whom?] for writing a stock-market column in The Globe and Mail newspaper and Report on Business Magazine. Since January, 2011, he has authored and published The President’s Club Investment Letter, a joint-venture with The Globe and Mail. He also writes an associated investment blog. He is a frequent guest on the BNN network.

He began his journalism career at The Globe and Mail in 1995 and later became the paper’s capital markets columnist. [1]He won a National Newspaper Award Citation of Merit in 2003 and that same year obtained his CFA designation.

His mother is from France and his father is English Canadian. His paternal grandfather, Reverend Dr. Robert L. Taylor, was the moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Canada.


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  1. ^ "Fabrice Taylor". - The Globe and Mail. Retrieved 2010-06-30.