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Canadian Stock Market earning a gold medal also?

One rule of thumb that works is ‘follow the smart money.’  Based on the most recent data I’ve seen: In the three months to November, $20.4 bln flowed into equities, the fifth largest 3-month total on record, lifting year-to-date total … Continue reading

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Why Europe needs America!

Being in a country like Canada, and being in the investment management business a very long time helps one have a broader perspective. In my experience (thirty years) global economic cycles tend to follow a pattern out of slumps: US … Continue reading

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China, Commodities, Oil – buy when bad is bad and good is bad!

From Bloomberg: “A Chinese leading indicator climbed for the third straight month, adding to evidence that the world’s second-biggest economy is withstanding Europe’s debt crisis and faltering growth in the U.S.” As crazy as it seems, lately no matter what … Continue reading

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Can it get any worse? Does it matter for stocks and bonds?

I neglected to include a chart in my last post I wanted to highlight.  As mentioned before (read last posting by scrolling down) Japan added some downside leverage to a correction that was due anyway (discussed in my rants of … Continue reading

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