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"Surviving Or Thriving" - What Canada's 40% Surge In Meat Prices Means For Ordinary People





On the surface, Canada's 1.2% inflation is negligible, and barely enough to keep up with the pace of overall growth as mandated by a few central bank academics. It is below the surface, however, that one finds the scary truth. Because when stripping away the sliding energy prices (which at the recent pace of short covering among oil speculators are about to surge) some scary numbers emerge, such as a 3.8% monthly jump in food prices, primarily as a result of a whopping 30-40% increase in select meat prices in the last 8 months.  So how do ordinary people survive in an environment of soaring food prices?

 
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Dollar Bulls Bend, but Don't Break





After trending sharply higher in recent months, the US dollar has entered a consolidative range against most of the major currencies.

 
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Can't Keep a Good Buck Down





The US dollar has been even stronger than this bull thought let alone the perma-bears.  Here's why,  

 
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US Dollar Correction Continues





Even before the disappointing US jobs data, we anticipated a downside correction in the dollar after a sharp advance in Q1.   

 
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Gold Flat In Quarter In Dollars But 11% and 5% Higher In Euro and Pounds





Silver surges 6.5% in dollars and 19% and 12% in euros and pounds *Oil and most commodities declined on economic concerns in the quarter (see table)  *U.S. stocks eked out minor gains to new record highs and look toppy *Gold performance impressive given strength of dollar and equities, oil collapse and negative sentiment

 
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Near-Term Dollar Conviction went MIA





A non-bombastic look at the week ahead in the capital markets.

 
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Invest in Food





At first glance, the title to this commentary seems facile, especially to those readers in higher income brackets. The reality, however, is that “investing in food” is a risk-free means of generating an annual return on one’s investment that would likely exceed the return one could earn on almost any other investment – despite the fact that nearly all other asset classes carry significant risks.

 
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The Threat To The Dollar As The World’s Primary Reserve Currency





We need to look at the concept of a reserve currency differently, because it is important. We need to look at it as a privilege and a responsibility and not as a weapon we can use against the rest of the world. If we abolish, or even lessen, legal tender laws and allow the process of price discovery to reveal the best sound money, if we allow our US dollar to become the best money it can - a truly sound money - then the chances of our personal and collective prosperity are greatly enhanced. We all have the same interest. We all want to have the highest standard of living for ourselves and our families. A sound money reserve currency offers us the best chance of achieving our shared goal; therefore, we should rally around every effort to make it so.

 
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Canada’s Central Bank Requests End To Defacing of Debasing Canadian Dollar





“Yes, it’s legal, but it’s just not a very nice or Canadian thing to do.“ Similarly, in Europe, an artist known as Stefanos has been defacing euro notes with images of little human figures in a painfully bleak depiction of life in Greece under austerity.

 
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Don’t Be Fooled By The Gold Price





American investors might be extremely disappointed with the recent performance of the gold price as the yellow metal is once again trading below $1200/oz. This causes a lot of people to frown, but the reality is that the gold price is actually showing signs of a break-out.

 
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The Government Bundle: Would You Like War With Your Health Care?





A recent business innovation that has seen wide market acceptance is the bundling of goods and services. The government bundles its products, too. However, unlike private businesses, the government gives us no choice but to purchase its one “mega-bundle”. From the viewpoint of the state, to not purchase its bundle is considered a crime rather than freedom and comes with punishments that can be extreme. Being forced to purchase the government bundle is decidedly not freedom.

 
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