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November 30, 2020 | Smartmatic – Gates – Microsoft

While the connection between Dominion Voting Systems and Smartmatic are constantly called fake, the nugget that should be investigated is to what extent any software from Smartmatic was used by Dominion Voting. Smartmatic began in Venezuela under the regime of Hugo Chavez. The company was founded by two Venezuelans and the company was at least […]

November 30, 2020 | Margin of Safety is Job Number One

Bullish equity sentiment at 59.2% was at an eye-watering 40 points above bearish sentiment (19.4%) in last week’s Investors Intelligence Data. Heavily indebted amid high unemployment and low yields, a desperate retail crowd has once more joined long-always managers and funds all-in on equities, gold and cryptocurrencies that have no security of principal, due date […]

November 30, 2020 | Here We Go

Three months and two weeks ago the finance minister resigned. “Since I expect that we will have a long and challenging recovery, I think it’s important that the prime minister has by his side a finance minister who has that longer term vision,” Bill Morneau said, politely. “That’s what led me to conclude during this time period […]

November 30, 2020 | Las Vegas Oddsmakers are Never Wrong!

Interesting take on what happened on 11-3-& 11-4. Wayne Root is a Vegas legend. By Wayne Allyn Root I’ve been a Las Vegas oddsmaker and sports gaming expert for four decades-long before I became known as a nationally syndicated conservative talk show host. I understand odds and gambling in a way that no other conservative […]

November 30, 2020 | BC Bloated Cabinet Blasted

  • Kris Sims –  Burnaby Council praised for pay cut, charitable contribution

November 29, 2020 | ‘Fed Put’ Is Folly at Its Grandest

Even with Covid-19 fear-mongering ratcheted to-the-max, the stock market continues to defy gravity and common sense. A Dr. Andre Campbell warned over the weekend that “we could be facing an apocalypse by Christmas” due to the growing number of hospitalizations. Does he mean apocalypse in the Biblical sense, implying the final destruction of the world? […]

November 29, 2020 | Government Calling out Military Against the People

COMMENT: Hi Martin Just thought you might be interested in this article in today’s Sunday Times in the UK – our military intelligence are going to be involved to ensure that we don’t get to hear the opposing points of view with respect to vaccine safety – they really are worried that many people will […]

November 29, 2020 | When False Flags Go Virtual

Imagine this: you wake up to the blaring of your alarm clock and immediately reach for your smartphone to scroll your Insta feed before getting out of bed. But instead of the usual delightful and informative Instagram posts, today you’re greeted by a “server not found” error. Deciding that it’s too early in the morning […]

November 29, 2020 | Debt Porn

Mars and Venus. Do men and women really think so differently when it comes to money and financial security? Are you kidding? Of course they do. At least according to the leading financial dudettes. Famous women money bloggers like Gail Alphabet, the jar lady, put the repayment, elimination and annihilation of debt at the very tippy-top […]

November 29, 2020 | The Financial Fire Trucks of 2021

A Happy Thanksgiving weekend to all my US friends. This year was different for many of us—sometimes by choice, sometimes not. But there’s one bit of good news I think we can all share: The holiday season means 2020 is almost over. Soon, we’ll be able to turn the page. Each year at this time, […]

November 28, 2020 | This Week in Money

November 28, 2020 | Trading Desk Notes For November 28, 2020

Market positioning, sentiment and psychology are strongly reinforcing consensus expectations. Caution is advised. Markets this week: MAJOR NORTH AMERICAN STOCK INDICES ARE AT ALL TIME HIGHS. COMMODITY INDICES ARE AT 2 ½ YEAR HIGHS. THE US DOLLAR INDEX IS AT A 2 ½ YEAR LOW. GOLD IS DOWN ALMOST $300 (14%) FROM ITS AUGUST HIGH […]

November 27, 2020 | Trump said Twitter Has Become a National Security Threat

  Others have been writing in that they have now censored Pat Buchanan as well. It seems that anyone who they dislike is being censored. President Trump has come out against Twitter saying their censoring of Republican lawmakers is now creating a matter of national security. He has ample grounds to arrest Dorsey – NOW! […]

November 27, 2020 | Follow the 4 Lessons of the Silver-Finding Fox

Happy Thanksgiving to those of you living in the United States. The U.S. markets are closed due to the holiday today, so I thought I’dAdd New take a moment to step back from the recent volatility and share some investment lessons I’ve learned. Best part, these lessons come from a story that combines two of […]

November 27, 2020 | How B.C. Mayors are Taking Action to Heal the Urban-Rural Divide

Local leaders are the ones closest to public anxieties – they live it every day. In the pandemic response, these are the voices coming to the fore in support of doing the right thing. “Every B.C. community is a resource community” A list of 25 mayors have taken the unprecedented step of writing in unison […]

November 27, 2020 | Shopping Malls Put To The Test

The demise of the shopping mall has been a topic of interest for years, but the COVID-19 recession is accelerating those changes. The move to online shopping was well underway before February 2020 but, now that many people are afraid to go outside, online could be the preferred option. This holiday season will be a […]

November 27, 2020 | Hang On

Three more sleeps till Chrystia rocks your world. On Monday the shiny new finance minister will give an update. Not a budget (like all the adult countries have received during the pandemic). Just a back-of-the-envelope kinda thing to keep tab of Justin’s spending (another $532 million on Friday for indigenous folks). Remember the last deficit […]

November 27, 2020 | Gold, Gold Miners and Bulls vs. Bears

Debt binge, shorting, and Tesla

November 26, 2020 | UNCERTAINTY & The Future

QUESTION: I would imagine that if Trump is able to prevail in the courts and earn a second term social unrest would be profound but what would be the effects on the markets? RM ANSWER: There is still a shot that Trump can prevail if he can stop Biden from reaching 270 votes and that […]

November 26, 2020 | Digging Deeper into Ddeep-Well Credits

Even when the market price of natural gas is low (and right now it is) natural-gas developers pay millions of dollars of royalties to the BC government each month. And that’s on top of corporate taxes, property taxes, and sales taxes, which together mean many more millions flowing to government to help pay for education, healthcare, […]

November 26, 2020 | This is Where We Are

With US equity markets closed for Thanksgiving, the US dollar index (DXY) continues to hover around the $92 long-term support level this morning–its lowest point since May 2018. A confluence of factors drives the benchmark currency one way and another, including trade and investment/speculative fund flows, hedging, fiscal and monetary interventions, relative global rates of […]

November 26, 2020 | Too Safe?

Selena’s got a problem. It’s about life. “How safe is too safe,” she asks me. “Do we need to live a little?” No, this is not about getting a new Harley, doing missionary work in China or volunteering as a virus vax volunteer. Alas, it’s about a condo. When you’re 35, living in a 640-square-foot […]

November 26, 2020 | Mental Illness, Pesticides, and Diet

November 26, 2020 | Stock Market, Gold, Crude Oil, Bitcoin

Brazil, Russia, Political Favorites

November 26, 2020 | Why Are Stock Markets Booming?

Long-term financial effects from Covid

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