Quite the revealing cowardly chicken **** posts right there.......coming from the anti-Trudeau, anti-progressive everything, alt right conservatives.
Do you pay anything for economist? I know how to get by the paywall but the extra few clicks is usually annoying enoughSorry, I had no idea you were responding to Sags. I don't know why members respond to Sags or why he posts here. I think his time would be better spent with Jerry Dias and his colleagues.
I have seen enough stuff from twitter, youtube, podcasts et al to know that most of this is click bait opinion from armchair quarterbacks with minimal to no credentials. The signal to noise ratio appears to be really low. Nor is anything from the cable channels worth watching. I couldn't tell you the last time I found CNBC online nor do I watch any of this stuff on TV. I do read business materials from The Economist, and sometimes certain writers from the G&M and Financial Post every few days or so.
I didn't even know podcasts were video form for a long timeI do follow a few podcasts but have to compete with the rest of my house for screen time. I guess that is why I still gravitate to text over video.
Depends what the grayhairs at the Fed decideI don't believe we have seen the bottom but would be happy if that was it. Come Q4 we should have a better idea and I will likely be looking at putting some cash into REITs and NA equities with international operations.
So basically you have no awareness of what happens to livestock when feed price increase. The impacts can last for yearsThe in-laws had a 5,000 acre wheat and calf farm in Saskatchewan.
They didn’t buy 2 bales of hay from the local market and carry them home in the trunk of a Nissan.
They grew and cut their own feedstock, and stored it. They cut hay from the sides of roads.
Posting this person as a typical “rancher” to prove people wont be able to afford food only proves you are easily manipulated.
Cola that comes from the government and taxpayer eh saggy manWe are happy to collect higher interest on savings and cola increases, because they exceed our inflation costs.
What would happen to GM company pensions if the government didn't bail them outCPP has nothing to do with the government, nor does company pensions.