The main issue for me is the study doesn’t seem to analyse opportunity cost of the down payment and other principal payments, but that’s based on a quick scan.It was commissioned by Royal Lepage. Why not? It is their business to know these things.
The study was carried out by a professional - economist and housing market analyst Will Dunning of Will Dunning Inc. Which specific parts of his study did you find inaccurate? Or are you implying that he was influenced?
Not sure why anyone would question the findings. Findings are what most Canadians would have expected.
Here are two links to the report findings:
Some March 2020 PTSD seems to be surfacing on social media. if Omicron is a big one I wonder if we get doom in markets or if participants will ‘discount’ the policy response and skip straight to melt up. Interesting times.Enjoying the new highs... Well, I have lost quite a good amount of money during November. And I guess I'll lose more during December.
But that's just a healthy correction due to news. No crash in sight.
Public officials running side hustles as prop traders slinging millions in stocks and YOLO calls while making policy that impacts markets -- and noone really caring (although we did have a couple of fed officials quietly resign over the summer) -- is one of my low key crazy stories of 2021.Nancy Pelosi is loading up with millions in GOOG, DIS, RBLX, MU options
What does she know? Lockdown 2.0? More easy money?
The proverbial sky is falling and she's betting on youtube, cartoons and video games
The team at Pelosi Capital Management does not support this plan, hahaI think he won’t do anything. The majority of equities in the USA are concentrated in small number of wealth individuals, mostly republicans supporters.
Vs inflation affects mild and poor class, who traditionally vote democrats.
current government interested in targeting the inflation more that market sell off.
just my opinion.