The Business of a Family Biz

Jun 11, 2021 |Jeremy Goldfarb
Featured in this weekend's reading segment is a wonderful thought piece put out by RBC Wealth Management Canada. This thought piece offers a great perspective on how to integrate the next generation into the family business. Having a core set of values...
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Inflation - house guest or unwanted squatter?

Jun 09, 2021 |Jeremy Goldfarb
Investors and consumers alike are wondering whether the inflation numbers we are seeing right now (yes folks, they are real and they are higher than what we are used to) are permanent, or short term. In a short interview with Kelly Bogdanova, we are given...
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Population growth: Economics vs Environment

May 31, 2021 |Jeremy Goldfarb
In today's insight from our portfolio advisor group, they examined the demographic challenge facing China over the next 5-10 year. Today, the Chinese government increased the number of children a family can have from one to three. Why? Because China is...
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Inflation : Real or a Head Fake?

May 21, 2021 |Jeremy Goldfarb
At its basest requirement, investing is a means to make sure that the dollar you have today, can buy a dollar’s worth of goods tomorrow. Basically insuring your purchasing power. The same can be said for stocks that you buy. You are paying for future...
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Lumber: Taken to the woodshed

Apr 21, 2021 |Jeremy Goldfarb
Home improvement projects......have you seen the cost of lumber? A common thought I have been hearing of late, so I though I would shed some light on the topic for you. Actually, with the help of our portfolio advisory group, we have identified some of...
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Inflation primer: what does the past tell us?

Apr 14, 2021 |Jeremy Goldfarb
The subject of rising inflation is dominating headlines, and in some cases, discussions, almost on a daily basis. IF this much cash is being dumped into the system at the same time, how can we possibly expect that inflation will remain in check. Let us...
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My favourite updates: Jim Alworth

Apr 05, 2021 |Jeremy Goldfarb
One of my favorite speakers (Jim Alworth) offers more perspective in a 25 minute conversation with Mark Bayko. Always worth your time. CLICK THE LINK TO LISTEN highlights: - post self induced recession leads to red hot growth rates immediately after....
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Gasoline tax: Funny how government works.....

Mar 26, 2021 |Jeremy Goldfarb
In an article I spotted today on CNBC (click here), there was a short section on establishing a mileage tax as opposed to increasing gasoline taxes. The proposal is being floated on the cusp of what may be the single largest US infrastructure spending...
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Year 2

Mar 23, 2021 |Jeremy Goldfarb
A regular query we hear these days......." after such a sharp rebound in the market, what do you think is going to happen this year?" An excellent question coming out of a recession, and reasonable considering we saw such a sharp drawdown, with an almost...
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Why all the bad news?

Mar 19, 2021 |Jeremy Goldfarb
Because it sells, that's why. As the blog title ask, why does every headline suck? It turns out that the old express of "bad news sells" is true. Have you ever clicked on a headline promising something terrible, only to find yourself saying "meh...that...
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