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- Inflation tops expectations.....is a rate hike now all but assured?; Will Canada be 'going dutch'?
- Stocks sell off as S&P cuts US outlook; Does a drop in foreign demand for Canadian bonds signal rising fixed interest rates?; Greek restructuring would be "catastrophic"
- How important is construction to economic growth and employment across Canada?: Part 2
- China's property bubble at risk?; What is driving oil prices?; Greek bond yields explode as Germany states support for restructuring
- How important is construction to economic growth and employment across Canada?: Part 1
- Bank of Canada holds the line; Royal LePage releases 'research report'; "Canadian 30 year olds are screwed!"
- Measuring the potential economic impact of a housing bust
- "Housing: Real Insanity".....Great article in Canadian Business
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Tag Archives: gold
Commodities taking a bath! Things are starting to make a bit more sense again. Last week I said the following: ” I have repeatedly stated that the US will NOT be the first domino to fall. It should be very … Continue reading
The post about asset allocation from a few days ago has generated a great deal of feedback and questions. I will answer each question personally, but I think there may well be some others with similar questions who perhaps didn’t … Continue reading
What in the world was that? Stocks, gold/silver, and bonds all rally in unison, with the precious metals as the clear winner on the day. Gold finished the North American trading day up almost $55 in what I believe is … Continue reading
Gold hits an all time high while stocks and bonds rally in unison. Market watchers will know that the gold market, the stock markets, and the bond markets all tell different stories. You cannot have them all rise in unison; … Continue reading
Hello all This will be just a quick post. The usual inflation vs deflation debate focuses on the United States. The general argument for the hyperinflationists is that at some point investors will lose faith in the ability of the … Continue reading