Quote of the Week

JUNE 6TH COMMENTARY OF THE WEEK

Michael comments on confidence. The basic foundation that all markets rest on. With blatant corruption being uncovered at all levels of Government, massive spending and the outright waste of tax dollars, confidence is in jeopardy. In Nations like Greece the implications on interest rates, currencies, stocks and real estate markets are already beginning to be seen. The rest of Western Nations are in danger of becoming unglued should the lack of confidence spread like wildfire

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JUNE 6TH INTERVIEW OF THE WEEK

Michael asks John Johnston PhD, Chief Strategist at Davis Rea about about the opportunities both present and in the future he sees, and the specific sectors he favors. John also outlines what warning signs he sees in the global financial markets. Prior to joining Davis Rea John was with RBC, including terms as Deputy Chief Economist for the Royal Bank of Canada.

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JUNE 6TH GOOFY

California brings in a law that makes absolutely no sense

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JUNE 6TH SHOCKING STAT

100,000’s of thousands or pages of regulations is just the beginning

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The Number One Question To Ask – Who will pay for my Healthcare is an important question for Canadians, but its not the number one question that needs to be answered…..

After yesterdays economic forecast from the OECD (The Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development) & CIBC World Markets is that the revision for Canada’s Economic Growth. ……

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Here are the facts – 135 days to the Federal Election & Politicians will be sceaming about devastating “cuts” in Healthcare spending. Don’t fall for it. What is actually going to happen to the Healthcare budget in the next 

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