Why Can’t the Fed Fix the Velocity of Money?

With Tesla’s market cap clearing $1 trillion and US stocks hitting fresh record highs, I have proof that the majority of the middle and lower class are largely missing out on the current recovery. The answer is in the ever-declining velocity of money. Money Velocity Continues to Crater Despite Fed’s Best Efforts I’ve personally written […]

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Why Inflation is Good News for the Loonie

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The loonie is on fire. And we owe it to one advantage Canada has (for now) over every other country on earth: her commodities. When referring to commodities, we mean reserves of raw materials, such as oil and natural gas, copper, iron ore, lumber, zinc, and gold. In recent months, while several of these commodities […]

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Getting Over Beijing

Winning in sports often comes down to a mental contest. Whoever can get into the opponent’s head typically wins. It’s an effective tactic because it distracts the opponent from the two reasons that should propel one to victory: Why am I fighting? And what am I fighting for? It isn’t always a premeditated strategy. Sometimes […]

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Energy and Inflation: October’s Dynamic Duo

Good news! It’s looking like an unusual October. In contrast to what we’ve seen the last couple of years, the Stock Challenge Index (SCI) looks to be on the rebound this month. Signs of the bounce back were visible from day one, but the Index really took off on Tuesday, Oct. 12th. The vast majority […]

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Financings Collapse on TSX Venture – $699 Million Raised in September

financings decline on TSX Venture in September

After averaging more than $1 billion per month in total financings raised for all of 2021, financing activity on the TSX Venture finally collapsed. September 2021 saw total financings decline from just over $1 billion in August to $699 million – the lowest in 2021 thus far. Total financings raised through the year on the […]

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The Rising Star of the New Economy

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Staying ahead of inflation makes the search for yield more complicated than it should be. In August, the annual inflation rate in Canada jumped to 4.1% — the highest the country has seen since March of 2003. That said, strategically navigating an ongoing crisis economy to identify lasting trends can be a source of significant […]

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Incomes up 3%, Houses up 36% as Inflation Rages

Max and Stacey talk about the latest financial absurdity as it relates to mounting debt in the U.S. From the $1 trillion dollar coin to rampant inflation, their observations are never dull. In the face of too much money printing or inflation, Max Keiser believes each successive Fed Chair going back 30 years has failed […]

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Canada’s 117% Debt to GDP Ratio Passes Angola and Cyprus

Canada is on track to become one of the most indebted countries in the world

Canada is passing many third-world African nations to become one of the most indebted countries in the world. After Trudeau’s mind-boggling C$314 Billion budget deficit for the fiscal year 2020/21, up from ‘just’ C$21.77 billion in the previous year, don’t expect the spending to stop anytime soon. Here is the scary thing. $21.77 billion deficit […]

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On The Gold Trail in Colombia

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With inflation surging across the West, due in large part to unprecedented money-printing and borrowing in the wake of the pandemic, gold is staying top of mind. The precious metal is hovering between US$1,700 – US$1,800 per ounce and continues to find support. In July, Matthew Fox of Markets Insider reported on Goldman Sachs’ thesis […]

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On The Gold Trail in Colombia

Colombia gold deals continue to raise capital abroad

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