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October 27, 2020 | The nipper

After yesterday’s post and comments, the tearing-apart and shredding of each other, the online unreality of our lives, the bickering, insults, conspiracies, pathetic polarization and geriatric swaggering, I was calmed to read his note. So shut up and do the same: Many years ago we had a dairy farm, and as all good cow-men should, we […]

October 27, 2020 | Second Wave of COVID Testing Canadians and Their Lenders

As the second wave of COVID is shutting down large parts of Europe and Canada’s cases hit a fresh record, studies suggest antibodies may be short-lived. Not surprisingly, a study released today from FP Canada finds that 30% of Canadians surveyed worry they’ll never recover from the pandemic’s economic impact, and 42% say they can’t financially […]

October 27, 2020 | Precious Metals Prepare For Another Price Advance

As we continue to near the November 3rd election day, Precious Metals have continued to trade within a narrow range suggesting price support is staying strong. It is my belief that potential downside risks for Gold and Silver will be relatively short-lived after the election.  We believe the broad market decline witnessed on October 26, […]

October 27, 2020 | First Time Buyers are Housing the Homeless!

Win a FREE $40,000 Kitchen Upgrade?

October 27, 2020 | What Does BC Election Mean for Natural Resources?

Are problems with Site C Dam solvable?

October 27, 2020 | Gold and Silver Upswing Potential

High tech out pacing the rest of the stock market again

October 26, 2020 | Klaus Schwab & his Communist Revolution

QUESTION: Dear Mr Armstrong, does the press no realise that if Schwab reaches his goal, then the free press will cease. Their own demise. RW ANSWER: I know some journalists who see this for what it is. Unfortunately, the editors have signed on to this agenda and they will not allow any true free press […]

October 26, 2020 | Count on Canada for Critical Minerals

As the world becomes more and more digital, and manufacturing becomes greener, there will be increasing demand for critical metals, minerals and rare earths. And Canada can play a key role in supplying them. The World Bank sees future demand like this: “Over 3 billion tons of metals and minerals will be needed by 2050 […]

October 26, 2020 | The Virus Vote

One week before the US elections and many investors (despite Monday’s plop) have decided it’s over. She’s done. Trump is toast. Now, let’s be clear: there could be a big momma of a surprise. 45 might pull this out of the bag by taking Florida. Or if the results are close on election night he […]

October 25, 2020 | Klaus Schwab says – You will Own Nothing in 10 years

I am deeply concerned that too many Americans are totally blind to the truth. They think this election is just about Biden v Trump. This is the World Economic Forum video on 8 predictions for 2030 which includes the surrender of the United States to the United Nations – they just say the US will […]

October 25, 2020 | Alphabet Soup

V, K or just Limp? What’s the economy doing? Where’s it going? When will this dogawful nightmare be over? Apparently this all depends on you. Rockstar bank economist Benny Tal told a private Toronto audience a few days ago that two-thirds of the economy is in a V-shaped recovery. Things were good for investors in […]

October 25, 2020 | Why a Trump Victory Would Set Black Americans Free

directly to his son’s shady business deals and the huge kickbacks they’ve generated over the years. No, I’m talking about something even more unexpected: It’s becoming cool for African Americans to vote for Trump and to openly support him. Rapper Kanye West started things rolling in April with a full-throated endorsement that caused jaws to […]

October 25, 2020 | The Green Shoots of 2020

Those who lived through the last financial crisis might may recall the Green Shoots episode. It drew laughs on March 15, 2009, shortly after the Federal Reserve fired its heaviest artillery and, we now know, launched the longest bull market in history. Appearing on 60 Minutes, Fed Chair Ben Bernanke said the recession’s end was […]

October 24, 2020 | Politics is Often Stranger than Fiction

  Documents have surfaced that indicate Hunter Biden’s signature on a receipt for $85 at a Delaware computer The Mac Shop where he dropped off laptops that included details of his international business deals and photos. The New York Post reported that Hunter Biden’s laptop was abandoned at the computer shop in April 2019 for […]

October 24, 2020 | More Plandemic Foreknowledge

You’ll recall that back in April of this year I examined the question of whether or not there was foreknowledge of the plandemic. Specifically, that episode of Questions For Corbett looked at: Event 201; Insider trading in the US Senate; The “failure” of US medical intelligence; The shut down of the US’ pandemic early warning system in September […]

October 24, 2020 | This Week in Money

October 24, 2020 | Tesla Beats Expectations Again

This week Tesla’s latest earnings report revealed impressive results. The profit trend continues to improve, with growing auto production, cash flow and net income. Do Tesla shares make a good investment today? Tesla’s fifth consecutive profitable quarter solidifies a trend that has impressed even the most skeptical analysts. Production from the new China factory showed […]

October 24, 2020 | Trading Desk Notes October 24, 2020

One of my basic risk management trading principles is to keep the time frame of my trading in sync with the time frame of my analysis. To do otherwise can easily lead to BIG losses.   For instance, if I buy gold because my “analysis” is that I think it could jump $10 today I […]

October 23, 2020 | Housing Market Goes Nuts, Everyone Sees it, But it Can’t Last

Another batch of crazy housing data yesterday. Crazy in the sense that the housing market, or rather part of it, namely the higher end of it, has gone totally crazy and that by now everyone knows that this isn’t “sustainable,” that “there’s no way it can last forever,” as Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman told CNBC. […]

October 23, 2020 | BC Mining in Deep Carbon Pricing Trouble

BC mining industry contribute $7.4 billion to BC’s economy (GDP). It spends $3 billion to purchase goods and services from 3,700 small, medium and Indigenous businesses in 215 BC communities. And it spends $330 million on exploration. So how is this critical industry coping with the carbon price? And why do governments seem set on making […]

October 23, 2020 | ‘SPAC’ and Gambling in Today’s Greater Recession

Never before have so many companies with no revenue pursued a public market listing at such high valuations.  The froth is particularly evident in sectors like online gambling and nascent start-up companies.  See:  EV start-ups are Wall Street’s hot new thing.  No revenue? No problem: Companies at such a nascent stage are inherently risky and are […]

October 23, 2020 | Le Pain

Crazy times? You bet. Remember them. This week Le Chateau went bust. Over 120 stores will close and 1,400 more people lose their jobs. Also in the last few days the airlines are making a final desperate case for federal aid before the hammer falls. Westjet bailed out of Atlantic Canada and is trying to […]

October 23, 2020 | This Is How A State Goes Bankrupt, Illinois Edition

Somewhere back in the depths of the 20th century, a bunch of governors, mayors, and public sector union leaders got together and cooked up one of history’s greatest financial scams. They would offer teachers, cops, and firefighters extremely generous pensions but would avoid raising taxes to fund the resulting future obligations. Grateful workers would vote […]

October 23, 2020 | Natural Gas, Gasoline, Rig Counts

High Tech making Oil and Gas production much greener

October 23, 2020 | Is Fed Money Printing Going to Cause Hyperinflation?

If Fed policies worked, why is the US in its 19th recession since 1913?

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