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Money On The Run

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Posted by Michael Campbell

on Wednesday, 27 July 2016 19:58

This weeks Mid-Week update sees money scrambling to find safety from the spreading European Banking crises, the currency markets including a substantially weaker CDN Dollar that is being driven lower due to over-supplies of Oil driving driving prices down, plus new  laws intended to squelch real estate prices in the face of some remarkable immigration figures. 

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Mike’s Midweek Comment

The Capital Flood & All-Time Stock Market Highs

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Posted by Michael Campbell

on Wednesday, 20 July 2016 20:01

A failed Turkish coup, Italian Banking crisis, Brexit surprise, bloody terrorist attacks & negative interest rates destabilizing Governments has money flooding from Europe seeking safety and some kind of a return. North American assets are the best looking nag in the glue factory and the torrent shoots Stocks to all-time highs. Meanwhile the big trigger looms....

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Mike’s Midweek Comment

Rates To Remain Stable - Central Banks & Gov't To The Rescue

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Posted by Michael Campbell

on Wednesday, 13 July 2016 22:03

Michael's Mid-Week Update: 

Central Banks have declared through their actions that they will firmly address all unwelcome distortions. The Bank of Canada lined up yesterday announcing stable interest rates going forward through a period of dismal economic growth. 
 
The increasing cost of government is restraining economic growth. While governments must be seen to be doing something their approach rarely solves the problem. Example - he Provincial and Vancouver lower mainland governments are now going to attempt to increase housing affordability. Their solution will pass laws, create a new bureaucratic police force while restricting property rights. These new rules and control of prices will not address the problem of 45K new people looking for housing in the lower mainland population next year….

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Mike’s Midweek Comment

It's Just Not Business As Usual

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Posted by Michael Campbell

on Thursday, 30 June 2016 10:09

The message following the Brexit vote is that it is not about politics, it was about our failed economic policies. You've got youth unemployment as high as 60% in Europe, countries going bankrupt, banks in trouble and the incompetent handling of the refugee crisis, and collapsing Euro currency. Its not just happening in Europe either...

Don't miss Michael's Daily Comment for June 30th - The Battle For Your Money Intensifies

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Mike’s Midweek Comment

Where Frightened Money Is Heading

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Posted by Michael Campbell

on Wednesday, 22 June 2016 17:02

Multiple levels of Government are raising more and more taxes and fees. Frightened European capital is moving into "safe" country bonds. Canada's new CPP enhancement simply more taxes for both workers and employers suppressing economic activity.

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Mike’s Midweek Comment

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.

 



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

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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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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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