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Portfolio Manager, attorney, finance author, a regular guest on North American media. Danielle Park is the author of the best selling myth-busting book “Juggling Dynamite: An insider’s wisdom on money management, markets and wealth that lasts,” as well as a popular daily ... more


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A Dilemma Of The Fed’s Own Making
The Federal Reserve’s lateness to fight inflation has caused it to lose a lot more credibility, and makes the case that it risks to lose even more credibility if it fails to recognize that the economy is slowing rapidly.
Canadians Squeezed By Debt And Resumption Of Collection Efforts
The latest Ipsos survey for MNP demonstrates the extent to which some Canadians are being squeezed by rising rates and a resumption of debt collection efforts by CRA and other creditors.
Bi-Weekly Market Update: April 29, 2022
I was a guest with Jim Goodard on Talk Digital Network, talking about recent developments in the world economy and markets.
Inflation, Real Estate Bubble, Mortgage Rates - Thursday, April 14
I was a guest with Jim Goddard on Talk Digital Network talking about recent developments in the world economy and markets
Danielle’s Biweekly Market Update
Household net worth is heavily exposed to the downside of a bear market and recession.
The Great Disruption: Energy, Transportation, Food & Agriculture
Failure to understand the S-curve adoption of disruptive technologies is a common blind spot. Tony Seba explains the forces shaping the world in this August 2021 virtual update.
Bi-Weekly Market Update - Friday, March 18
Are the Central Banks creating a big mess?
Compounding Financial Strain Will Yield Opportunity
Macro and market pressures that were intensifying over the past year have been compounded and accelerated by Russia’s assault on Ukraine.
Treasury Bonds Outperform During Falling Growth And Inflation
U.S. consumer credit expanded $18.9 billion in January while retail sales slid 1.9%. As in December, consumers are borrowing to cover basic needs and make ends meet as their interest costs are rising. 
Economy: This Week In Money
A discussion about recent developments in the world economy and markets. 
OECD: Second Virus Wave Or Not, Huge Economic Cost Will Persist
By now everyone knows that the COVID-19 pandemic is a global health crisis that has triggered the most severe economic recession in nearly a century.
Lacy Hunt On “Failing” Fed And Deteriorating Financial Conditions
Dr. Hunt of Hoisington Management is one of the rare seasoned analysts who’re both independent (not paid to sell corporate securities to the public) and disciplined in his macro measurements.
Gundlach On Fed Policy, Recession, Millennials And Trump Re-election Odds
This entire far-reaching interview is worthwhile, including some lucid insight on corporate debt starting at the 27-minute mark, as well as student debt and social security systems starting around 44 minutes.
Industrial Commodities And The Canadian Loonie
This clip offers a good review of the close linkages between non-exchange traded commodities (driven more by global demand than financial market speculation), the Canadian dollar and the North American economy.
Tepper: Breaking Up Corporate Concentration Essential To Economic Resurgence
This 30 minute clip is a worthwhile overview of some of the key concepts in Tepper’s important new book, The Myth of Capitalism.
Economy Facing Extended Downside Of Debt Mountain
The debt hang-over will suppress saving and spending ability for an extended period in Canada (and other countries), even if rates don’t move higher from here.
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