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Paraphrasing Paul Harris, CFA

Market. The US economy had a good second quarter. In Europa and Chine things are slowing little. One of the main things that the Fed has to face is the yield curve flattening quickly. He believes the bond markets figure things out fairly quickly. The yield...Read More

Paraphrasing Eric Nuttall

Market. Stock piles are nearing record low levels. Lack of available inventory within OPEC and lack of investment in OPEC and non OPEC countries. Inability to meaningfully grow production after 2019. USA has a pipeline bottleneck until 2020. With continued...Read More

Paraphrasing Eric Nuttall

Frac Sand Stocks. He got out of this sector last year.  Perennial concern of too much new supply in Texas.  Beginning of 2017, quality was questionable, but found they could use a lower quality sand.  Storyline changed dramatically and he is no longer...Read More

Paraphrasing Tim Nash

Market. Shift in politics moving to the right. We are seeing some barriers. Green economy has grown tremendously and moved toward the mainstream. Interesting to watch Trump with coal, and Doug Ford moving backwards on green energy projects. This is a short-term...Read More

Paraphrasing Tim Nash

Big companies moving to clean energy. Car industry is going full steam ahead. Every major car company is moving on hybrid vehicles, and this is a major change. Easy to get caught up in short-term political cycles. Right now, he’s looking for opportunities...Read More

Paraphrasing Tim Nash

Can wind power be a profitable part of your portfolio? Absolutely. Renewable energy is a play on long-term contracts. Costs are coming down dramatically. Though in Ontario, there won’t be any new contracts. Tremendous opportunity, becoming competitive...Read More