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Interview of the Week

Top Analyst Issues a Warning

on Sunday, 29 July 2018 07:46

The world economy has one foot on a banana peal and the other on thin ice thanks to the massive build-up of debt - investors should beware. One the world's most respected analysts, Greg Weldon talks interest rates, gold and stocks. 



Mike’s Big Fat Idea

Where Canada Stands in the Huge Lithium Ion Battery Race

on Sunday, 29 July 2018 07:38

Dan Blondell, CEO of Nano One Technologies expands how China is mobilizing the effort for automobile battery technology and where some companies in Canada stand in the big race. 



Quote of the Week

Quote Of The Week - The Ultimate Absurdity

on Sunday, 29 July 2018 07:36

Famed economist Thomas Sowell questions the absurdity of holding some people responible for things in the past while ignoring what they do today.




Shocking Stat

These Stats are Guaranteed To Shock

on Saturday, 28 July 2018 17:46


My first thought was "are you kidding me" and it went downhill for there when I thought about the implications.



Michael Campbell’s MoneyTalks – Complete Show

Weldon Issues a Warning - Complete Show 07/28/2018

on Saturday, 28 July 2018 11:57

Mike's Editorial on the "The Key Ingredient For Prosperity ". One the world's most respected analysts, Greg Weldon issues a Warning. He also answers Michael's questions on where interest rates Stocks & Gold are going. The Goofy Award, The Shocking Stat, Live from the Trading Desk and much more wrap things up. 




Mike’s Saturday Editorial

The Key Ingredient For Prosperity

on Saturday, 28 July 2018 11:14

The link between freedom - especially freedom of speech - and economic properity is supported by an avalanche of research but it's also common sense. Economic growth and innovation isn't done by countries but rather by individuals and the free exchange of ideas - starting with questioning the status quo.


Mike's Daily Comment

It's Always The Vulnerable Who Pay

on Friday, 27 July 2018 06:34

A forgotten lesson in the annals of bad economic policy is that the poor always pay the highest price. Our latest example comes from Venezualan Nicholas Maduro, who now claims he's going to implent a recovery program to help the poor, which has risen to 75% of the population thanks to the very policies of Hugo Chavez and Nicolas Maduro previously brought in!


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