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The Study of Incentives & Individual Behavior

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on Thursday, 30 March 2017 07:48

Michael poses a great question, which through your own answers will unveil a great truth in a wholly unvarnished light.

....also Mike's Mid-Week Update: Brexit - Trudeau & The Budget

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Trump - The Wrong Person Asking All The Right Questions

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on Tuesday, 28 March 2017 07:13

One question, why is the US footing 70% of the bill for Nato? Recently he presented Angela Merkel with an invoice for 375 billion for Nato spending. Canada is way behind too, which could effect coming negotiations between the US & Canada.

...also Michael's Editorial: The Financial Pressure is Building to the Exploding Point

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The Keystone Flip - CDN Media Unenthused

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on Monday, 27 March 2017 06:50

The Keystone Pipeline, which will be a major contributor to the Canadian economy, government revenues plus many other positives over the next 25 years, was not exactly celebrated when it got official US approval last Friday.

Also Michael's Saturday Editorial: Michael Bursts a Bubble

Trump advances Keystone XL

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The Impotence of Talk & Symbolism in Inspiring Economic Growth

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on Friday, 24 March 2017 07:32

One area where talk has absolutely no effect, or symbolic gestures mean absolutely nothing is in the area finance. Raising taxes and expanding the bureaucracy will alway hamper healthy economic growth. Where in Canada are we hampering or encouraging economic growth?

...also from Michael: The Bottom Line on the Federal Budget

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The Bottom Line on the Federal Budget

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on Thursday, 23 March 2017 08:32

There was good news in that there was no new tax increases. No tax cuts either. For an effort to spur growth the Federal Budget won't go down in history as courageous. There will be a Deficit increase as illustrated on the chart.

...also from Michael: Coming to a Country Near You: Opposition To Trade

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Global Economics - Debt - Wishful Thinking & Today's Budget

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on Wednesday, 22 March 2017 07:55

Another government in Canadian history is poised to declare that the Canadian Government can afford to borrow a lot more money. Its fine because Global Economic Health is stable or growing. The question, what happens when the Global Economic Health descriptor moves through stable to plunging?

...related, Michael with facts another budget topic: Infrastructure Spending Will Save Our Economy!

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The Oil Company Divestment Strategy Fails Dramatically

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on Tuesday, 21 March 2017 07:47

The teachers and students who argue strenuously for pension fund divestment of companies involved in Oil & Gas production, particularly in the Oil Sands, have not made a single small dent with their protests. Michael lists why they haven't.

...also Michael's Weekend Editorial: The Financial Pressure is Building to the Exploding Point

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