Monthly Archives: April 2016

Expanding household debt and expanding waist lines

One of the problems with expanding consumer debt that never seems to get mentioned is that it appears to accompany expanding waist lines in Canada. With what we’ve been able to dig up through some quick tertiary research is that although the relationship is not a perfect +1.0 correlation it’s pretty darn close. In a […]

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Money: No Cash Value

We ran across a rather odd, yet rivetingly important story this past week that didn’t really seem to be picked up by mainstream media (surprise, surprise). It made us wonder if we have now officially entered the late innings of a game that’s bound to end badly for all of us. As a rather unusual […]

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