Mike talks about the relentless government assault on our wallets while super trader Tyler Bollhorn talks about the key indicators that tell him when to buy and sell stocks. Plus we have a new inductee into our Goofy Hall of Fame – and it’s so well deserved.
Is pouring hundreds of millions of dollars in subsidies for electric cars the most cost effective way to reduce emissions once the emissions during the manufacturing of electric vehicles vs traditional cars is into account – as well as the emissions from the power source of the electricity used and battery disposal?
The world’s biggest company, Saudi Aramco, the national oil company of Saudi Arabia just issued $12 billion US in bonds – which left $88 billion in order unfilled. But the big story is what the offering tells us about the future price of oil.
Given the Fed’s concern over the supposed 9,000 jobs losses if SNC Lavalin is criminally convicted – do you think they’re 35% more concerned with the 12,500 jobs their own agency projects?
There’s a good reason why BC’s carbon tax on gasoline feels a heck of a lot worse for BC consumers than Alberta’s carbon tax does for its drivers.
We’re told that climate change is an immediate danger but when gasoline prices rise, which discourages driving and reduces emissions – we get some climate change advocates talking about government taking action to lower prices.