Monthly Archives: September 2012

Kevin O’Leary: not a billionaire and not a money manager

Good investigative piece on Kevin O’Leary this morning in the Globe’s Report on Business Magazine. Well worth the read. You can see it here. Nice to see some critical reporting behind the O’Leary facade. The article confirms my own experience … Continue reading

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Danielle’s weekly market update

Danielle was a guest today with Phil Mackesy on Talk Digital Network discussing developments this week in the world economy and markets. You can listen to an audio clip here.

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Sheila Bair: “Bull by the horns”

Sheila Bair describes the 2008 financial crisis and its aftermath as she saw it during her time as chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. She explains why the U.S. financial system is still at risk and tougher regulatory reform … Continue reading

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A platform worth voting for

This article encapsulates the discussion America should be having leading into the election of their next commander-in-chief. Sadly, no political candidates or leaders today are anywhere close to admitting these truths. And yet, they must before the world will get … Continue reading

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Canadian housing downturn attracting attention

Sales of new homes and condominiums in the Greater Toronto Area declined in August, the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) reported today: “According to RealNet Canada Inc., BILD’s official source of new home market intelligence, the 1,242 homes … Continue reading

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Warning: 93% of financial commentators offer misleading B.S.

This article, “Dow will repeat 2007-2008 peak-crash cycle: It’s deja vu as lessons of meltdown go unheeded” strikes a chord this morning as I prepare for my next business publication interview where the author would like to know my “2 … Continue reading

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