Quote of the Week

Quote of the Week: Donald Trump Nails It

on Sunday, 22 January 2017 09:32

In a passage during his inauguration speech, Donald Trump pointed out that the average compensation in a Federal job is nearly 80% higher than a comparable job in the private sector. And he was only getting warmed up...

....also from Michael: Interview of the Week: Financial Heavyweight Greg Weldon



Interview of the Week

Interview of the Week: Financial Heavyweight Greg Weldon

on Saturday, 21 January 2017 13:29

When the data is contradictory, and the trends are in flux - there's only one man to call. The analyst that other professionals turn to first - Greg Weldon of Weldon Financial. Greg joins Mike to untangle current market trends. As James Grant once said "If speculate you must, read Weldon first."

...also from Michael: Shocking Stat: Put The Money Into My Bank Account Please



Shocking Stat

Shocking Stat: Put The Money Into My Bank Account Please

on Saturday, 21 January 2017 13:00

In the 8 years Obama has been President it has been claimed that he created 11.3 million jobs. Just wait until you hear how much it cost government to "create" each of those jobs. Safe to say it was enough that if it was just given to each individual.... they wouldn't have to work.

....also from Michael: Insights on the Donald Trump Presidency

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Mike’s Saturday Editorial

Insights on the Donald Trump Presidency

on Saturday, 21 January 2017 12:34

In a nation divided between those who think with their heads and those who know in their heart, Donald Trump asked if Citizens have gotten the value they deserve for the taxes that they have paid. Continuing an ongoing revolution, Trump has stuffed cabinet stuffed with accomplished businessmen to trigger big changes on the horizon.

....related from Michael: Donald's Impact On Canada



Mike's Daily Comment

Donald's Impact On Canada

on Friday, 20 January 2017 08:05

While Donald Trump doesn't worry about the debt, he sure wants to create a competitive regulatory and tax regime. Meanwhile Canada is going in the opposite direction, and businesses are going to be attracted to a more competitive environment.

....also from Michael: Canada: On The Threshold Of Two Big Events



Mike's Daily Comment

Oxfam Takes a Big Swing & Misses

on Thursday, 19 January 2017 09:14

The Oxfam "Inequality" report measures assets minus debt, or net worth. Thus a Vancouver teenager with a student loan is worse off than an Somalian living in a dirt hut. Poverty is more important than income equality as any Somalian would agree. More interesting numbers from Statscan...

....more from Michael: Phooey - Its Only Tax Dollars Being Spent

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Mike’s Midweek Comment

Canada: On The Threshold Of Two Big Events

on Thursday, 19 January 2017 00:56

In this Mid-Week update Michael enlightens us on British Prime Ministers position on Brexit, whether its good for Britain. Its impact on Canada's markets. Following, Donald Trump's imminent border adjustment tax change, how it effects Canada. Might be time to take some money off the table says Michael.

....also from Michael: The War on Cash – One Giant Leap Forward For Government

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