Mike asks the unmentionable about the climate agenda. Sylvain Charlebois, director of Dalhousie University’s Agri-Food Analytics Lab, on what’s up with food prices, why prices may yet go higher, and what you can do to save on your grocery bill. One of Canada’s top portfolio managers Martin Pelletier warns on what keeps him up at night.
Emotions are increasingly driving politics, and Mike warns that’s a very dangerous way to make policy. Early uranium/nuclear power bull Peter Grandich updates his forecast. Portfolio Manager Neil McIver says investors are fighting the big three—taxes, inflation, and the ESG craze. None are good for your financial health.
Carol Roth thought the Great Reset was a conspiracy theory…until she did some research. Now, she’s worried about its impact on your life. The author of You Will Own Nothing joins Mike to talk details and what can be done to shield yourself. Ryan Irvine of Keystone Financial on the lookout for undiscovered companies that will reap rewards. Plus, there’s been an avalanche of self-serving political talk on the economy lately. The problem is politicians aren’t talking about these lagging indicators.
The United Front Work Department is a well-financed arm of the Communist Party of China, and it operates freely in Canada with a record of intimidation and electoral interference. This has been known for years, and yet the federal government has done nothing. Veteran journalist and author Terry Glavin has the details. Plus, is affordable housing is a pipe dream? Ozzie talks about a new study that shows construction prices have jumped 51 per cent since the beginning of 2020.
James Thorne called the current AI-led rally, and he tells us what’s coming next. Joey Temprile on Wall Street’s about-face on Bitcoin. Plus, Mike asks why the education establishment refuses to incorporate economics and finance into the curriculum. And a personal shocking stat that you won’t believe.