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Matt Dewey Investment Representative


Matt brought his unique skill set to Salute in late 2015.  A humble upbringing in Prince Edward County by his commercial fishing parents has meant that hard work and patience are pillars in his demeanor.  In his young career, he has held positions as a financial advisor, teaching assistant at the University Of Ontario Institute Of Technology, accountant, worked at a start-up home building company. He has a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) with a major in accounting (UOIT.)  Starting in September 2016, Matt will be on staff at Loyalist College teaching first year accounting students.

Presently, Matt and his partner Ashley are starting a family and they look forward to settling in Kingston. 

Matt's Insights


Since the real definition of risk is not having enough money when you need to have it, the next few years may provide some challenging times for you as an investor. Your GIC and bonds will be lucky to cover... Read More

There is a saying on my dad’s old coffee cup, ‘Anyone can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a dad’. The great dads need years of experience to hone their craft and become experts. Author Malcolm... Read More

On a recent Friday afternoon investment review phone call with an older clients in western Ontario, they mentioned that they were probably going to cancel the dream vacation they had been planning. European cruise, visit relatives possibly for the last... Read More

Warren Buffet is widely recognized as the most successful investor of our times. One of his habits is maintaining a file on his desk labelled ‘too hard’. These are complicated business models that he can’t easily understand. He prefers to... Read More

The stress-free environment of a train ride provides a wonderful opportunity for observation.  Immediately upon boarding, almost all passengers are in a panic to get wired up.  There is a lot of social pressure these days to be 'doing something.' ... Read More

Long time passing. Years ago all of the small towns featured craftspeople such as coopers, blacksmiths, and cabinet makers. I can clearly recall the quilting bees that Mom held at our house. You can learn a lot just by watching... Read More


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