Asset protection

Why You Should Have Alternative/Private Assets In Your Portfolio

We hope you enjoyed our video. Integrated Wealth Management is sponsoring the upcoming Alberta Crossroads 2019 conference featuring Mike Campbell, Vivian Krause, Dr. Mark Milke, & Josef Schachter on March 16th. Click here to learn more.

Farmers Going Bankrupt – A Prelude to a Boom?

Part of the cycle for a commodity boom is typically preceded by a commodity depression in which the productive capacity is reduced. We are witnessing that in the agricultural sector. Additionally, extremely cold weather continues. Bankruptcies in the farming sector have been on the rise since 2014. These are the pre-staged events that are required to create a commodity boom for the next cycle — the reduction in supply.

Invest in BC’s Napa Valley of the Future

OLIVER HEIGHTS Development – Available Now

A real estate investment opportunity first presented at the 2019 World Outlook Financial Conference on Feb 1st, 2019. CLICK HERE to view.

For information on available lots, home options and ROI for rentals contact Nina Parente at nina@psmarketing.ca or Laurence Putnam at Laurence@psmarketing.ca

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The Renewable Revolution Has A Lithium Problem

As the global middle class rapidly expands, so too does the worldwide demand for energy and its subsequent carbon footprint. Global climate change will be one of the greatest, if not the single greatest, challenges of this next century, and one of the few feasible solutions that is generally agreed upon by scientists and politicians alike is a wide-scale transition from the use of traditional fossil fuels to renewable energy resources….CLICK for complete article

Sneak Peak – 2019 World Outlook Financial Conference

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We Don’t Need Solar And Wind To Save The Climate — And It’s A Good Thing, Too

For 30 years, experts have claimed that humankind needs to switch to solar and wind energy to address climate change. But do we really?

Consider the fact that, while no nation has created a near-zero carbon electricity supply out of solar and wind, the only successful efforts to create near-zero carbon electricity supplies didn’t require solar or wind whatsoever.

As such solar and wind aren’t just insufficient, they are also unnecessary for solving climate change.

That turns out to be a good thing….CLICK for complete article