Mike talks about our biggest election concern. A must hear interview with super strategist, James Thorne on the election, inflation and the key trends driving the future. Plus don’t miss the quote of the week as a leading climate activist says enough of the over the top threats – and the goofy on the biggest head shaker of the election so far.
We hope you will join us as we start our new journey as a fully independent production. James Thorne joins Michael to analyze the financial and market implications of the federal election – and how it may impact your personal investments. Plus our regular commentators Michael Levy, Ozzie Jurock and Victor Adair. And don’t miss the Goofy Award!
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Two election issues that will impact Canada for generations. Mike talks about why it’s only Moneytalks podcasts from now on and stock picking genius, Ryan Irvine’s got a couple of new companies that few have heard of. Plus an ex-CIA ops officer on the fall-out from Afghanistan that will sends chills up your spine – and don’t miss the goofy award.
Quote of the Week:
A former CIA Ops officer gives a chilling account of the fall-out from the debacle in Afghanistan that will scare the heck out of you.
Arguably the most chilling stat coming out of the Afghan withdrawal.
Facebook’s absurd choice for fact checker reminds us of a much bigger problem but you’re not allowed to ask what it is.
The PM says this election will decide policy that could impact us for decades – Mike agrees – and gives pivotal 2 examples so please pay attention.
And the Prime Minister says, “forgive me if I don’t think about monetary policy.” So who the heck wants to hear a business comment about interest rates, inflation or record deficits. Clearly he doesn’t.