Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the vast deficit in the United States which is growing by the day. The U.S. ran a $666 Billion deficit in fiscal 2017 and that charts as the 6th highest on record. Let’s get the “666” part out of the way first. Interestingly, the…

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Josh Sigurdson talks with Vince Sorace of Kutcho Copper about the massive potential for copper going forward. With a huge projected deficit in copper in the next year, that leaves copper open to great scarcity while facing huge demand. The rule of subjectivity of value is based largely on scarcity, application use and demand. When…

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Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the very clear and present danger in the forecast as Goldman Sachs once again doubles down on their warning of serious dire straits over the massive U.S. deficit. Months ago, Goldman Sachs warned that the U.S. fiscal policy was on an unusual course with…

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Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the most recent news in Canadian debt. Recently, Canadian budget watchdogs announced that the Liberal Party is unable to account for $2.5 billion. $8 billion was supposed to be allocated to new infrastructure spending in the next 12 months. But parliamentary budget officer Jean-Denis…

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Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the multiple problems hitting Newfoundland and Labrador. While the population of the province is just a third of Manitoba, it has a huge deficit and debt which is stemmed in several seriously deep rooted problems. While there’s inflation hitting Canadians hard alongside the vast…

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Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the recent news of Federal government “market debt” in Canada reaching 1 trillion dollars. Now, as John explains, this isn’t just “market debt” this is debt owed and debt that the government is simply paying the interest on. When you only pay the interest…

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Josh Sigurdson talks further with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the 2018 Canadian budget as we continue our series! This time around, we talk about bond buybacks and how the Canadian government and central banks are desperately trying to avoid bankruptcy. It is approaching the point of no return and this bond buyback…

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Josh Sigurdson reports on the recent news of Trudeau’s all-time low approval rating! From a 46% approval rating last December to a 35% approval today, it doesn’t look good for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Most people cite the massive deficit and absolutely enormous taxes as the reason they do not approve of Justin Trudeau.…

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Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the pending government shutdown as many predict that it may just happen on December 21st of 2018. The problem? Every past government shutdown has actually been virtue more than anything and has lead to increases in spending just to make a point. We all…

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Josh Sigurdson talks with Tim Moen, leader of The Libertarian Party of Canada to talk about the insanity of the Canadian crude oil market in recent days as government intervention piles up and people from both sides argue for what form of government intervention works best. The market becomes incredibly restricted and people look to…

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