Mike’s still laughing that our elites are appalled at the prospect of Brexit in the aftermath of the UK election. Martin Straith drops by with a big warning for investors. Plus a shocking stat you don’t want to miss with the latest on the biggest financial story of the year – but still no one’s talking about it.
The French give us a glimpse into the future – and it’s not pretty. Do you like the rising civil unrest and violence? Jonathon Haidt tells us why it’s happening in Instant Wisdom. Plus, Mike chimes in with his favourite shocking stat of the year and you don’t want to miss the goofy.
Many don’t care that the carbon tax isn’t revenue neutral. Mike talks about why you will soon. Michael and Ozzie talk about Amazon and the impact on Vancouver real estate. And the size of the federal government will shock you. It should, after all you’re paying for it.
Mike talks about some nasty economic growth numbers – including a shocker. Josef Schachter thinks there are so really good buys in the oil sector – and tells you when to pull the trigger. Ozzie talks about why Seattle kicks Vancouver’s butt in building rental housing.
Mike asks is it government’s job to force businesses to close. Don Vialoux drops by to tells us which stocks will be bargains in the next month while Ozzie let us know where we can buy a house for $1 – that’s right a $1 house.
On this Remembrance Day weekend, Mike discusses the danger of the assault on free speech. Lance Roberts gives a brilliant and succinct summary of what’s coming for investors and we feature one of the most important anniversaries in history.