Mike’s Saturday Editorial

Political and Economic Question of the Week

on Saturday, 27 January 2018 11:33

Imagine owning a store and declaring that under no circumstances will you match your competitors prices. That's what Prime Minister Trudeau did in Davos when he announced Canada will not match America's tax reductions and lower regulatory costs. The question is - what was gained by announcing to the world that the US is a better place to invest than Canada?  
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Mike's Daily Comment

Davos Elite Fail To Impress

on Friday, 26 January 2018 08:44

While 1700 private Jets converged on Davos Switzerland to say all the right things about Global Warming, poverty and feminism, an increasing segment of society think they are full of it.

....related from Michael: Trudeau: Workers before Profits! No Tax Cuts



Mike's Daily Comment

Trudeau: Workers before Profits! No Tax Cuts

on Thursday, 25 January 2018 08:33


After the IMF said Global Growth is at its fastest pace in 7 years because of the Trump tax cuts, at Davos Trudeau declared Canada will not cut taxes or regulation: "Too many corporations have put the pursuit of profit before the well-being of their workers" "You need to give back". Presumably giving workers tax cuts isn't giving back. Meanwhile Disney the latest to raise salaries, issue bonuses because of the Trump Tax cuts.

....also from Michael: Meanwhile Government Pays Undeserved Performance Bonuses at Your Expense





Mike's Daily Comment

Why Won't Canadians Scream ENOUGH!

on Wednesday, 24 January 2018 12:52


The problems of waste and inefficiency continue year after year because Canadians are fine with a twitter account that costs 100K @ year, a small example of the Billions wasted every year without a Canadian outcry!

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Mike’s Big Fat Idea

A Bargain Hunters Dream

on Tuesday, 23 January 2018 16:59

A big fat idea from Brent Woyat involves investing in a powerful commodity rally. Brent recommends taking a position in a broad commodity tracking ETF that is RRSP eligible. After a 7 year commodity decline, commodities as represented by the CRB Index is market sector that is very sold out & rising from a low point as you can see in the chart below.




Mike's Daily Comment

Minimum Wage Demands Trigger Job Losses

on Tuesday, 23 January 2018 06:55


Sharply raising the minimum wage is making the convenience and cost savings of technologies like Amazon's "Go App" red hot. No Cashiers, you simply walk through the store, pick up items you want and walk out. 

....related from Michael: The Big Economic Lesson The Progressive Left Ignores

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Live from the Trading Desk

Buckle Up For a Major Sea Change

on Monday, 22 January 2018 07:25

Victor points out that money is starting to move into the sold out Commodity sector which relative to stocks is down 75% in the last 7 years to an 18 year low. 



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