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Yesterday's experience preventing the waste of several thousand dollars in plumbing costs reminded me of a book I thoroughly enjoyed. It's Sam Zell’s book “Am I Being Too Subtle?” ...

ACT 23 - Adaptability

Today I is my birthday, and this has caused me pause for reflection over the year it has been.  The pandemic has disrupted life to a degree no one thought possible, and has provide...

Today I’ll be answering a question from Heidi who asks "Can I have some advice on how to rent out a basement for my in-laws' home?   We just bought a second house in town here and ...

Yesterday I talked about the insurance crisis in Canada, and how it’s tied to the bond market.  Today I’ll be answering a question from Dean. Dean has a second home located at a sk...

Yesterday I shared how low interest rates and low bond yields create counter-party risk. What is good for borrowers is bad for lenders. Today I’ll discuss how lenders pass that pai...

  Too few people understand the bond market, or how critical a bond market is to financial systems. It’s the next most important thing to the rule of law.  I’ve emphasized the impo...

Yesterday we reviewed Jim Rickard’s book “the new great depression” and today we will turn to Jeff Booth’s work - “The Price of Tomorrow - Why Deflation is the Key to an Abundant F...

Yesterday I covered part 2 of Life after Globalization. Today I’m going to introduce James aka Jim Rickards. Who makes predictions for the rest of 2021.   The amount of new debt be...

Yesterday I began to summarize Peter Zeihan’s recent speech called Life After Globalization, and discussed how Americans are abandoning their role as world police. Today we will su...

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