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Celebrity Culture Hits A Peak


on Sunday, 15 October 2017 09:08

 

Hollywood is covered in shame this week as it becomes apparent that everyone knew for decades about Harvey Weinstein's constant groping, abuse and accusations of rape. The celebrity culture's acceptance was so pervasive some even made jokes about it during awards shows.

....also from Michael: Trudeau Punctuates 25 Years Of Zero Progress

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Michael Campbell’s MoneyTalks – Complete Show

Lavish Big Government Spending - Greg Weldon's Opportunities - Complete Show Oct 14th 2017


on Saturday, 14 October 2017 13:02

 

00:45 -07:02 - If we have an obligation to pay taxes, does government not have the obiligation to spend the money well? Show some progress at least? Well, for 25 years Auditor Generals have been chronicling lavish and wasteful government spending in excess of $158 billion plus. Gone, disappeared and no one has gone to jail. Now the Trudeau Liberals spent a shocking $212,234. on the cover of the 2017 budget. That's compared to $616. for the previous budget. Demonstrating they haven't learned anything. http://ow.ly/Pbgm30fSmgF

Plus Michael Levy's Top Stories, and Mike's Big Fat Idea

 

Greg Weldon, the man that other analysts read, made listeners who acted a bundle with his September call on Money Talks to buy the behemoth US banks. Today Michael pins Greg down for his latest investment ideas. Today Greg delves into the confusion he sees at the Fed. Greg thinks "we currently have multiple layers of uncertainty, which is not good for confidence at a time when the landmines have never been more plentiful."  With the political uncertainty around Trump and Nafta, Gregs recommendation to go long the Canadian Dollar versus the Mexican Peso soared last week. Greg says there is a lot of opportunity to be found right now. Greg finishes his interview with his clear opinion on Stocks domestically and internationally, Bonds and Gold. Greg thinks Catalonia is a trigger mine as is China's push on OPEC and Saudi Arabia to accept payment for crude oil in Chinese yuan.

also: Quote of the Week, Shocking Stat, Ozzie Jurock's Hot Properties, Victor Adair and Mike's Goofy

...also Michael's Editorial: Trudeau Punctuates 25 Years Of Zero Progress

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Quote of the Week

And The Oscar For Moral Hypocrisy Goes To.....


on Saturday, 14 October 2017 12:01

 

01:15 - 02:45 .....Hollywood. That's the title of a Rex Murphy column from which Michael has drawn the this week's Quote of the Week. Rex hoists Jimmy Kimmel by his own petard. 

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Mike’s Saturday Editorial

Trudeau Punctuates 25 Years Of Zero Progress


on Saturday, 14 October 2017 11:26

 

00:45 -07:02 - The Trudeau Liberals spent a shocking $212,234. on the cover of the 2017 budget. That's compared to $616. for the previous budget. It's the tip of the iceberg, for 25 years Auditor Generals have been chronicling lavish and wasteful government spending in excess of $158 billion plus. Gone, disappeared and no one has gone to jail. If we have an obligation to pay taxes, does government not have the obiligation to spend it well? Show some progress at least? http://ow.ly/Pbgm30fSmgF

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Mike’s Midweek Comment

Real Estate Prices Affordability and First Time Buyers


on Friday, 13 October 2017 19:26

 

The office of the Superindendent of Financial Institutions is implementing a new stress test that will impact every home buyer buyer. The question is, are they going to effect the demand side or the supply side. More importantly, Michael wonders if they really want to risk derailing 40% of the economy to enhance affordability!

.....also from Michael: Political Moves Seemingly Designed To Drive You Crazy

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Mike's Daily Comment

Political Moves Seemingly Designed To Drive You Crazy


on Friday, 13 October 2017 08:18

 

Today Michael reams off a list of political moves that are so inconsistent and frustrating it will be hard for the average voter to hear. Nevertheless here they are as its better to know where we have gone wrong than to ignore.

...also from Michael: Revenue Canada To Get Tougher & Stronger

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Mike's Daily Comment

Government Spurs High Vancouver Housing Prices


on Thursday, 12 October 2017 08:11

 

Heaps of Governments development fees, green levies then you've got taxes, taxes, taxes, regulations and more regulations. The numbers are choking buyers. Mike spells out the reasons prices are so high.

....also from Mike: The Power Behind Stopping Canadian Oil Flowing

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