The Bank of Canada gave us the keys to economic recovery. Mike’s bet is that the politicians won’t listen. One of Canada’s top stock pickers, Ryan Irvine drops by with some new recommendations. And the goofy award won’t be popular with some.
Mike’s shocked that political leaders aren’t prioritizing economic growth. You’ll love top analyst, Greg Weldon’s take on gold, US politics and the markets. Plus Ozzie on new pandemic related, real estate opportunities.
Has Mike got a deal for you – let’s see if you want it. We’ve got a quote of the week that every politician in the country should read. Plus Tyler Bollhorn’s fascinating take on what’s changed in the markets since the pandemic.
Mike asks how far we’re willing to go to lock down COVID-19, John Johnston tells us to watch the stock market immediately following the US election for clues as to how the next 4 years will go. Plus Justin Smith on mortgage funds, Victor, Ozzie and much more.
The results of this federal environmental program give new meaning to “all talk, no action. The Wall Street Journal called Martin Armstrong the highest paid financial advisor in the world. In a rare interview he talks about his biggest worry in today’s environment. Controversial doesn’t do him justice.
Six months into the pandemic and we’re still waiting for an economic recovery plan. Plus Mark Leibovit on coming buying opportunity in gold, silver and stocks. And don’t miss the quote of the week – the best summation of Canadian politics we’ve read.