Flying South - the Loonie

Mar 29, 2019 |Jeremy Goldfarb
Lots of questions on this one lately. Where is the dollar going? Even more than I usually get. Now, purely a personal opinion before I get into some facts. We spend an inordinate amount of time (at least it feels that way given the amount I am talking...
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The Upside Down - Stranger Things

Mar 28, 2019 |Jeremy Goldfarb
THE YIELD CURVE IS INVERTED!! I was a fan of stranger things and the "upside down" referred to another dimension on the.....just watch the show. It'll be easier. There has been a lot of yelling about the latest yield curve inversion. Essentially what...
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Something old, something new, and everything borrowed.......

Mar 25, 2019 |Jeremy Goldfarb
Canadian lawmakers may have spent too much time reading about Modern Monetary Theory the past few months (MMT). More on that in another post. We were inundated with "first look at the new budget" posts last week, and you may have seen this as well. I...
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International Women's day: Inspiring stories for younger generation

Mar 07, 2019 |Jeremy Goldfarb
So, one of my daughters asked me this morning (I have two beautiful twin 9 year old girls) "why isn't there an international kids day?". I told them that this was basically everyday of the year and scrunched up faces ensued (my son joined in on this as...
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Do these tariffs really work?

Mar 06, 2019 |Jeremy Goldfarb
Recent reports show that the US consumer bore the brunt of the recent trade spat with China. It's still not over and now Trump has his sights set on India. It's far too early to tell who will win, and someone will always feel compelled to declare a winner...
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Rule #1

Mar 01, 2019 |Jeremy Goldfarb
Running a business can be tough business, and when faced with tremendous competition, there are only so many things that one can control to achieve success (or bottom line). You lose pricing power with a narrow competitive moat, so internal controls become...
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