Daily Archives: June 10, 2015

Why we can’t keep QE gains and future returns too

The reality of present financial asset valuations is brilliantly encapsulated by John Hussman this week. QE interventions have brought forward asset appreciation from the next 10 years and spent it over the past 5 in order to quickly make back … Continue reading

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Loonie faces one, two punch from oil and housing

“A new report from National Bank Financial shows a record number of condos in the Greater Toronto Area were empty in May. National Bank says more than 2,800 condos were available last month to be sold or rented based on … Continue reading

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Global energy consumption growth back at late ’90’s levels

A new BP report confirms that global energy consumption growth slowed markedly last year to the lowest level since the late 1990s other than the Great Recession of 2008-09. See: Global energy consumption at new low in 2014-BP  At the … Continue reading

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Gen Xers struggling to gain financial footing

Boomers had a really good run early in their working and saving careers from the early 80’s up to 2000 when the leading age of the cohort began turning 54. Since then a series of asset bubbles and busts, falling … Continue reading

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