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September 27, 2020 | Tell Me Why

Shortly, we’ll dissect Arnie. First, a few hungry little harbingers. One. More evidence WFH is not a thing. Not an enduring one, anyway. Next Monday a third of Citi’s 17,500 New York employees will be at their desks on Wall Street. Bank of America managers are back on October 21st. JP Morgan began a staggered […]

September 27, 2020 | Is The Transportation Index Setting up a Topping Pattern?

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS: The Transportation Index, has been unusually aligned with the S&P 500 over the past 8+ months. Classic Japanese Candlestick top/sell reversal “Three Rivers Evening Star topping pattern” setting up. We may see a much bigger downside price move where price attempts to find support near 9,800 or 9,200. The Transportation Index, which typically […]

September 26, 2020 | The U.S. Is Shifting to a New Economy

SAN MARTIN, ARGENTINA – And so, we come to the end of another week. Let’s see if we can summarize what we learned. The Old Economy is fading away… The New Economy is a dangerous bubble… One grows cold. The other is too hot to touch. What are we to do? No Friends Economies always […]

September 26, 2020 | Trading Desk Notes September 26 ,2020

Equity markets were driven sharply higher this summer and the US Dollar was driven to 2 year lows by waves of self-reinforcing “risk on” market psychology…but that changed Big Time at the beginning of September. We’re calling the early September reversals a Key Turn Date (KTD) because a number of markets reversed course at/around the same […]

September 26, 2020 | Expectations For Help Are Very High

The optimism about the Canadian economy that appeared in late spring and continued into the summer was created in part by generous government income support and payment deferrals. Now that complacency will be tested as the mortgage deferral cliff, the biggest of payment deferrals, will arrive in October. And income support programs are also expiring […]

September 26, 2020 | This Week in Money

September 25, 2020 | Generational Investment Opportunity is Canada’s to Make

This ten-minute segment offers an excellent summary of the changes now shaping the world’s energy and transportation systems, and how Canadian governments can partner with business in support of the economy and workers at this critical time. We cannot afford not to evolve; our future prosperity depends on it. Stewart Elgie, professor of law and […]

September 25, 2020 | Can You Say: It’s All One Market–Risk Assets? Sure, I knew ya could…

Gold vs. GBP/USD vs. $ Index vs. S&P 500 (inverted)…one big happy family moving together… 0 Likes Share

September 25, 2020 | Understanding Future Demand for Heavy Oil

Scientist and public communicator Blair King, PhD, explains why the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion project is a good bet for Canada.   Here’s why Alberta oil will remain relevant in a post-pandemic world In the last couple weeks the campaign against the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion (TMX) project has been turned up to 11. My […]

September 25, 2020 | Suck & Blow

One problem with running a free blog is that anyone can come in, use the washroom, make a mess, rifle through the fridge, write on the wall and leave, smirking. So far there have been 686,200 comments published here. A whack more were deleted – too combative, disgusting, shanky, horny or dodgy to post. Free […]

September 25, 2020 | US Dollar, Gold, Silver

Inflation, Deflation.

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September 25, 2020 | American Manganese CEO Talks About Pilot Plant and Tier 1 Companies

Battery Day deflates the market. Read the Latest News. Read Green Car Reports Article – “California Will Ban The Sale of Gasoline Vehicles by 2035“. Read Article – “Cobalt Demand For 5G To Challenge Electric Vehicles“. Read The Driven Article – “Tesla Battery Day Deep Dive: What Two Battery and EV Experts Think“. Read […]

September 24, 2020 | 8 Reasons We’re Not as Divided as you Might Think on Energy and Climate

Canadians agree strongly that oil and gas is important to the country’s current and future economy, they support environmentally responsible development of the sector, and they support oil and gas exports. Here are some findings from a new uOttawa survey. A research centre at the University of Ottawa released public opinion survey results in mid-September […]

September 24, 2020 | Battery Technology leaving Skeptics in the Dust

This segment offers a good seven-minute update on new battery technology set to increase electic vehicle range by 54%, while reducing cost per kilowatt hour by 56%, and help to produce a $25,000 Tesla for the masses within three years. Here’s everything you missed from Tesla’s Battery Day and what it means for the future […]

September 24, 2020 | They Did What?

Was the bond market surprised when Mr. Socks let it be known federal spending was just getting going? That the estimated $380-billion annual deficit was, well, merely a starting point? Nah. Rock-bottom yields hardly budged on Canada bonds after the Throne Speech. Mr. Market says the central bank will continue to gobble up debt, creating […]

September 24, 2020 | The 2020 Election – Buckel Up for the Most Corrupt & Violent Election in History

Already, the FBI has recovered ballots for Trump that were discarded in Pennsylvania. They can even attribute some to specific people voting. The Republicans are already appealing Pennsylvania which is demonstrating how the Democrats are planning to try to win the election by fraud. Besides already being caught throwing away mail-in ballots for Trump, Pennsylvania […]

September 24, 2020 | BC in Costly, Needless Election

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September 24, 2020 | Buying Opportunities in Gold?

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September 24, 2020 | Brace For a Plunge in Crude Prices?

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September 24, 2020 | Throne Speech, Higher Taxes, and The Queen

September 23, 2020 | Can We Trust the Future at All?

QUESTION: What did Martin mean by gold having a 21 year high. I simply can’t see how it is possible for it not to go up from here as sovereign debt collapses and printing presses are on turbo I’ll be getting the gold report when it’s out but…. I’m about to get my hands on a […]

September 23, 2020 | Gold Setting Up Just Like Before The COVID-19 Breakdown – Get Ready

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS: Gold rebounded quickly and broke to higher prices after the COVID deep selling. Our Fibonacci support levels for Gold are resting near $1,885, $1,815 & $1,790. More downside pressure on price is possible, but if support is maintained at $1,885 then we could see a big upside recovery trend take Gold to $2,250. […]

September 23, 2020 | Lower Nicola Indian Band Chalks Up Several Firsts with Pipeline Service Project

First Nation-owned transmission line near Merritt brings BC Hydro green power to Trans Mountain pipeline. Stuart Jackson, chief of the Lower Nicola Indian Band (LNIB) and and chair of its development corporation, said in a news release dated Sept. 14 that the distribution line is “the first electricity transmission line to be majority-owned, operated, maintained […]

September 23, 2020 | Seventy-One Percent of Canadian Small Businesses Still Missing Revenue

In more evidence that the economic rebound has stalled in Canada, a new survey from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business finds that just one in three or 29% of small and medium-sized businesses said that they were back to “normal or better” sales as of September 16, a number largely unchanged since mid-July.  See Only […]

September 23, 2020 | A Glossary of Pain

Wednesday’s quiet opening was a fooler that gave no hint of the ferocious selling that followed. The Dow and the S&Ps opened moderately higher, extending a two-day rally that traders obviously assumed would continue. Instead, the broad averages rolled over in the first hour on light selling that picked up tempo as the day wore […]

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