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A Textbook Historical Moment

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Posted by Michael Campbell

on Wednesday, 15 June 2016 19:43

The Brexit vote in Europe is just a part of a major trend sweeping in the world as waves of capital are set to flee the European welfare state and the fallout will effect every market in the world as capital seeks safety. This is just the beginning of a major trend, and Michael highlights where most of this frightened capital is likely to land.

 



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Mike’s Midweek Comment

The Feds Poised To Smash Vancouvers Real Estate Boom

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Posted by Michael Campbell

on Wednesday, 08 June 2016 19:19

The BIG question: Will the Federal Finance Minister yield to pressure and do something to stifle Vancouver's real estate market? Damage Canada's most dynamic economic sector by an extremely large margin. In 2015 Canada created 144,000 jobs of which 110,000 were in BC, mostly in construction related to real estate...much more to in Michael's Mid-Week Update

vanchousMore from Michael: Time To Demand The Facts



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Mike’s Midweek Comment

The Intense Battle For Your Money

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Posted by Michael Campbell

on Wednesday, 01 June 2016 19:43

A must hear example of rising government employees/salaries that will shock you to your core. Meanwhile Finance Ministers are worried about slow growth? More on volatile markets, real estate, currencies, interest rates.....

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Don't miss Michael's "A Terrible Tax On The Poor"



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Mike’s Midweek Comment

The Knife At Everyone's Throat

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Posted by Michael Campbell

on Wednesday, 25 May 2016 19:45

Interest rates, the Bank of Canada, economic growth and employment is all subject to an exploding trend in our society that is occurring right now. Whether its an opportunity or threat will depend on entirely on how we react individually, or as a country to this technological trend. 

related, these citizen's top issues: It's the Economy Stupid

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Mike’s Midweek Comment

Markets Hang On The Fed's Next Move

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Posted by Michael Campbell

on Thursday, 19 May 2016 14:59

updownWith economic and financial events around the world remaining fluid, the Federal Reserve just signaled a rate increase in June. Markets are nervousness as everyone wonders whether the Fed will actually go through with it this time. Will Canada follow?

Speaking of pensions, the Trudeau Government has come up with one of the worst investment ideas - Run Screaming From This Pension Idea

 

 



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The Costliest Disaster in Canadian History

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Posted by Michael Campbell - Money Talks

on Thursday, 12 May 2016 07:01

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Michael digs up the good news about the Fort McMurray wildfire beyond the immediate economic shock. Plus Oil price and big financial stories... update

Also from Mike: Common Sense & Practical Reality Be Damned



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Mike’s Midweek Comment

Mike's Midweek Update

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Posted by Michael Campbell - Money Talks

on Thursday, 05 May 2016 07:45

michaelcampbellpic3In this interview Michael adresses the question "Is he worried about the Stock Market volatility". Also the comment by a former Federal Reserve Governor that the Stock Market is due an "uncomfortable digestive period now" 

also:

Michael's Daily Comment for May 5th:

The experts have been confident Donald Trump's run would collapse. Now he is the Republican Candidate for President and Hillary Clinton, the criminal, should be worried....

 



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Mike's Midweek Update

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Posted by Michael Campbell

on Thursday, 28 April 2016 09:31

The repercussions are vast. In at least 3 European countries Banks pay YOU monthly to take out a mortgage. Now the Bank of Canada says we have to get ready for a new normal, permantly low rates. Michael says.....

....for the entire commentary go HERE (scroll down)



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Mike’s Midweek Comment

Have We Turned a Corner?

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Posted by Michael Campbell

on Thursday, 21 April 2016 11:34

Oil had a number of opportunities to break down on bad news, but has held up well. Does this mean we're heading into positive territory longer term? What risks are still in play?



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Mike’s Midweek Comment

Mike's Midweek Update

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Posted by Michael Campbell

on Thursday, 14 April 2016 06:40

Michael on the Bank of Canada's Outlook On The Canadian Economy, the last 6 months of growth and the impact of current interest rates



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