Michael Campbell’s MoneyTalks – Complete Show

There May Be No More Critical Financial Market Move for Canadian Investors This Year.

on Saturday, 08 July 2017 15:05

Greg Weldon - "You have to wonder if Central Banks are letting the genie out of the bottle - Terminating holding interest rates at artificial record lows now, after they've fueled a decade long Stock Market rise, sent debt and debt servicing to record highs and a near collapse in commodities markets going on.  

Greg discusses with Michael the Hugely Important Breakout of Canadian Bond Yield! How you can benefit and protect yourself from this long-term trend.

Greg is riding a great record of MoneyTalks calls in the last year. Bullish US stock calls in August 2016 and again in January 2017. Greg also timed the gold market perfectly going bullish on the show in Jan 2016 and bearish again in July of last year.


One of The Most Divisive Decisions in Recent Memory - Michael's Editorial

Money Talks First Full 1/2 Hour 

Michael Campbell’s MoneyTalks – Complete Show

One of The Most Divisive Decisions in Recent Memory

on Saturday, 08 July 2017 14:21

That was a quick $10.5 million dollars that the Trudeau Government slipped into Omar Kadhr's back pocket on America's July 4th Birthday. The backlash has many facets but the most blatant is that Kadhr is getting $10.5 miilion and an apology from the Canadian government for admittedly killing an American soldier while fignting as an Afghani. Worse the family of the dead US Soldier Canadian citizen Kadhr killed got zero from Canada. That $10.5 Million tax dollars is also more money than has ever been paid to a Canadian soldier in history. 

There May Be No More Critical Financial Market Move for Canadian Investors This Year - Featured Guest Greg Weldon

Also Money Talks July 8th Full Hour 

Interview of the Week

Get Ready - An Earth Shattering Sea Change is Coming

on Saturday, 08 July 2017 07:21


00:38 - 01:15 This Quote of the Week from the great Humorist P.J. O'Rourke, an American political satirist and journalist on dividing the economic "pizza" pie.

01:16 - 16:42 - Star analyst, Jack Crooks warns that you better be on the look out for a massive change in the investment environment that will impact every one of us. 

19:51 -22.25 This Week's Shocking Stat brings you a number so big it will make your head spin. A number that is so vitally important it will effect everyone's economic health.

25:10 - 32:15 Hot Properties - Ozzie Jurock lets Michael know about one of the indicators he uses to find good real estate values. An indicator that reveals a very attractive city with "Glorious" real estate values. Also areas to buy where people live the longest and of course Ozzie's Hot Properties. 

32:56 - 36:24 Live From the Trading Desk - Victor continues to warn that Central Banks are back and having a big impact on markets. The key thing is the dvergence between the Central Banks positioning to raise rates and the Markets not believing it will happen. The big risk is if the markets are wrong, the Central Banks do raise rates.... the whole market complex changes dramatically.


36:33 - 38:13 This Week's Goofy Award Winner is the person who chose the headline act at the $500 million Parliament Hill extravaganza. Perhaps its just very Canadian eh?

Click Here to Listen to the first full half hour of Moneytalks Canada Day Weekend Show. 




Mike's Daily Comment

Why Aren't We Celebrating Our Oil & Gas Industry

on Friday, 07 July 2017 08:07


One has to wonder - Is Canada is the only country in the World where a majority of citizens would NOT celebrate a major new oil discovery? Despite the fact that Norway, the darling of the left, derives its success from North Sea Oil, the same celebrants look with disdain upon the Canadian Oil Industry. An industry that pays high wages and whose taxes support significant social programs. 

....also from Michael: Greenpeace Fake Attacks on Resolute Forest


Mike's Daily Comment

When Symbolism Consistently Trumps Reality....

on Thursday, 06 July 2017 07:47

 .....Money gets squandered. No Government expenditures should ever be above scrutiny but when it comes to Climate Change that is exactly what has been happening. Federal Bureaucrats even admit that the 4 billion spent between 1998 and 2003 to meet the Kyoto Accord committment was wasted. Stories of billions being lost are everywhere you look when it comes to climate change. Look no further than Ontario's green energy program for one of the worst examples of waste.

...also Michael's Mid-Week Update: Buckle Up: Here Comes Higher Rates


Mike’s Midweek Comment

Buckle Up: Here Comes Higher Rates

on Wednesday, 05 July 2017 22:26


The markets are beginning to react to the hints coming from Central Banks around the world that interest rates are going to rise. Right now 90% of analysts think that Stephen Poloz, the current Governor of the Bank of Canada will raise rates this fall. Rate increases that will change the investment landscape across the board. Possibly the only factor that will hold back a rise in Canadian rates would be another significant fall in oil prices. 


Mike's Daily Comment

Greenpeace Fake Attacks on Resolute Forest

on Wednesday, 05 July 2017 12:09

In their own words, Greenpeace acknowledges their attempts to put an award winning Canadian timber company out of business were "...without question non-verifiable..". But will that stop their efforts to put folks out of work?

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