Interview of the Week

Outsized Profits Being Long & Short N. American Real Estate

on Saturday, 02 September 2017 14:32

11:54 - 27:54 - Being either long or short North American real estate is the goal of Featured Guest Jeff Olin of Vision Capital.  

This two pronged approach has lead to the Vision Opportunity Fund yielding a 241% return vs the 41.9% return of the S&P/TSX Composite Index over the same period July 2, 2008 to July 31, 2017, outperforming since inception Canadian Equity, Hedge Fund and Real Estate indices with a substantially low risk profile.

Jeff shares with Michael today's most attractive real estate sectors, some to avoid and as well names a brace of specific stocks including some with dividends that are attractive to purchase now. One stock GGP is worth $32 but is trading at $21 because of sector market conditions. 




Quote of the Week

Left Wing Progressive University Defends Free Speech

on Saturday, 02 September 2017 14:13

02:05 - 05:41 - Quote of the Week - Once you allow an authority to determine which opinions are to be allowed, you make your own speech vulnerable to it. The U. of Berkley listened and has declared it will be a "Free Speech Year at Berkley".

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Mike’s Saturday Editorial

Think For Yourself

on Saturday, 02 September 2017 10:35


01:13 - 07:05 - Michael's Editorial - The push to eliminate thinking that opposes what is considered acceptable thought on University Campuses, or the attempts to crush any thinking that reveals flawed data or conclusions on the environmental file continues to gather steam. It could be easily called the tyranny of onsided opinion because the groups opposed to contrary opinion are prepared to use violence to squelch alternate thought. 


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Mike's Daily Comment

Does Economic Alienation Cause Social Disruption?

on Friday, 01 September 2017 08:03


A new automated T-Shirt factory is going up that will produce 25.2 million T-Shirts a year. So, all those who used to make t-shirts by hand are now obsolete/unemployed which begs the question whether economic alienation of this type leads directly to social disruption?

...Mike's Mid-Week Update: Hurricane Harvey Triggers Oil Market Chaos



Mike's Daily Comment

It's Time To Stand Your Ground

on Thursday, 31 August 2017 07:20


The free exchange of ideas & innovation drives economic growth. The movement to eliminate free speech in our society today actually threatens our standard of living. Name calling to shut up alternate ideas is the go-to strategy and it's time to put a stop to it!

....also from Michael: Forget Statues Lets Hear Screaming About Our Egregious, Tragic Problems



Mike’s Midweek Comment

Hurricane Harvey Triggers Oil Market Chaos

on Wednesday, 30 August 2017 22:16

 The most serious threat to the energy industry is hurricane damage to refineries including the largest refinery in the US. Damage to pipelines & storage means lengthier outages than many hoped. 3% growth in the US raises expectations for higher US rates while 19 Countries in Europe still have negative interest rates. 

....also from Michael: Creeping Socialism Creates Demand For Safe Spaces

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Mike's Daily Comment

Forget Statues Lets Hear Screaming About Our Egregious, Tragic Problems

on Wednesday, 30 August 2017 07:59


There are many real issues in Canada's Native affairs that most rational people recoil from & feel disgusted about. Issues that could be solved if the same degree of outrage was projected that Social Justice warriors are expending on simple statues and signs.

...related from Michael: Rewriting History - Careful What You Wish For

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