Michael Campbell’s MoneyTalks – Complete Show

Complete Show - Nov 17th

on Saturday, 17 November 2018 11:41


Just after Labour Day Josef Schachter predicted the benchmark price of oil would fall back under $60 and that would have a cascade affect on energy stocks. That prediction has come true and so Mike had to have him back to find out how low the market might go, how far the stocks might fall as we enter tax loss sell season - and who will be the bargain buys at the bottom. Plus a Big Fat Idea, Live from the Trading desk and more.


Mike's Daily Comment

Small Business and the Governments Weight

on Friday, 16 November 2018 09:13


It seems everyday that small business in Canada is on the losing end. Higher taxes, new taxes, minimum wage increases, it's getting harder and harder to be a small business owner in Canada.


Mike's Daily Comment

The Government is Wasting Your Tax Dollars!

on Thursday, 15 November 2018 08:38


There should be more concern and outrage over the amount of money the government wastes, that you the taxpayer earns! Remember, Government money is YOUR MONEY, and there is far too little oversight when it comes to government spending.



Mike's Daily Comment

BC Premier's Scary Rationale for Proportional Representation

on Wednesday, 14 November 2018 09:17

single party

Anyone who suggests that proportional representation won’t invite single issue parties – some extreme – either doesn’t know what’s going on in Europe or is disingenuous. 


Mike's Daily Comment

Canada Held Hostage On Oil Prices

on Wednesday, 14 November 2018 09:09


Make no mistake, the events that led to a Montana court putting a hold on the Keystone XL pipeline is a strategy designed by interest groups in the US to keep Alberta’s Oil at a discount to America.  Canada is estimated to be losing billions of dollars because of the delay in the pipeline.


Mike's Daily Comment

Symbolism on Climate Change Is No Excuse To Waste Money

on Monday, 12 November 2018 09:35


Our leaders acknowledge that with Canada contributing only 1.6% of total global emissions, our efforts are largely symbolic but that's no excuse to do no cost benefit analysis of climate policy. That's a recipe for wasting money. 


Hot Properties

Ozzie's Picks - Oliver, Pemberton and Victoria

on Sunday, 11 November 2018 14:09

Ozzie breaks down the latest market projections, and offers some some advice for buyers and investors. Plus this week's Hot Properties - email info@jurock.com for information on the recommendations.



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