From Economic Turmoil to Your Family’s Prosperity
Saturday, March 16th, 2019 – 12:45pm to 5:15pm at Mt Royal University in Calgary
Andrew Ruhland and Integrated Wealth Management is hosting “Alberta Crossroads 2019” as an antidote to the chaos unfolding in Alberta, to protect families from being hurt further by the perfect storm of bad policy, attacks from Enviro-radicals with no push-back from industry, and a blasé federal government that appears intent on killing the oil and gas industry.
Their solution: Alberta Crossroads 2019 will give attendees the facts from clear-headed experts, AND specific action steps to get back in control of their financial future. Watch Andrew’s video below.
Early Bird price of $99 until March 10th, $149 thereafter – CLICK HERE to reserve your seats.
Rio Tinto is in talks to move into the next phase of an agreement with Apple, Chief Executive Jean-Sebastien Jacques said on Friday, as the miner looks to transition its aluminium business to tap a low-carbon economy.
Last May, Rio and Alcoa announced a joint venture, backed by Apple, to commercialize by 2024 a process that emits oxygen and replaces all direct greenhouse gas emissions from the traditional smelting process for aluminium.
Bauxite is the raw material for aluminium, which is used in everything from beer cans…Click here for full article.
After over a year and a half of decreasing Bitcoin mining revenue, a new report shows a small yet significant recovery in the gross margins. Let’s take a look at what the mining industry has been through in recent years, and what this recovery could mean for the near future.
Last month, Bitcoin mining revenues fell to their lowest intake since August 2017. The total mining income in February 2019 totalled $195 million – a mere fraction compared to the $951 million peak of December 2017, and a 10% decline…Click here for full article.
One of the world’s largest carmakers, Germany’s Volkswagen AG, is betting big on electric vehicles and e-mobility with a war chest of around US$50 billion to challenge Tesla, which, for the time being seems unfazed by the increasingly crowded EV market.
Three years after the diesel emissions scandal, Volkswagen said last November that it would invest US$49.7 billion (44 billion euro) on e-mobility, autonomous driving, new mobility services, and digitalization in…Click here for full article.
The latest report from the Robotic Industries Association (RIA) has just come out, and it shows that robots are taking over a record number of U.S. jobs and that 35,880 robots were shipped to the U.S., Canada and Mexico in 2018–up 7 percent from the previous year.
Of those shipments, 16,702 were to non-automotive companies — a year-on-year increase of 41 percent. Generally, across all sectors combined. Click here for full article.