From broken promises by politicians to fallen empires, here’s a look at what Canada’s debt level really looks like and what will happen if Canadians allow this to continue.
If the Baltic Dry Index is any guide for the global economy, the picture is looking stormy. It’s plunged to historic lows since the start of the year. Bloomberg looks at why, and what it could tell us about future growth.
The world is flush with debt which could spark the next financial crisis. Meanwhile, proxy wars are coming. Here’s a look at why these two events could lead to mass suicides and dead bodies. And why oil could climb to $100.
With oil prices tumbling, stock prices falling and bonds rising, the word recession is getting tossed around quite a bit. Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu has three charts that show the U.S. may be entering a downturn.
Canada’s TSX stock exchange is one of the largest stock exchanges in the world. Yet, while other stock exchanges are climbing, we’re falling way behind. Why? Here’s a look at some of the reasons why the TSX and TSX Venture are failing and why our Canadian capital markets about to change in a big way.
Here’s a look at the great US debt rotation and how the stock market bubble will burst to fuel the demand for the mass supply of bonds in the market.
Here’s a look at what to expect for our financial market and economy over the next decade, as Ivan Lo reveals what the Fed’s true plan for our economy really is.