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  • Crude from Alberta is going to make it to market no matter if the Keystone pipeline gets built: Even as the cost to ship a barrel of oil by rail to the U.S. Gulf is double the price for pipeline transit, rail terminals this year are set to double Y/Y how much oil they load into rail cars. Yet rail shipments haven't cut interest in pipeline expansion, which has 95% of its capacity contracted. [View news story]
    A good read is The End Of Growth by Jeff Rubin. It shines a lot of light on why oil rules the world.
    Mar 12 05:50 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Amid the campaign by Canadian officials to boost U.S. support for the Keystone pipeline (TRP), Gary Doer, Canada’s ambassador to Washington poses this question for the U.S.: “Do you want your oil from Hugo Chavez or do you want it from Canada?” [View news story]
    Yep. Canada should process the crude and sell the finished products to the US. Isn't that what The US does? Sell the refined products. Maybe if Trudeau becomes the new Liberal leader and joins up withe NDP. Remember Pierre and the NEP?
    Feb 27 05:36 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • CIBC economists believe many of the forces that made gold so attractive appear to be turning over, while expectations for other supportive factors are overdone. They say investors have piled into gold as a hedge by incorrectly buying into the myth that central banks have been printing so much money that inflation is inevitable, "a myth because, in reality, money growth has not been particularly brisk." [View news story]
    Gold will come back big time once people figure out that paper money and stocks world over are built like houses of cards. This will come suddenly once China collapses.
    Feb 22 05:42 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A major natural gas pipeline in Alaska would carry up to 3.5B cubic feet of gas a day and include five off-take points to provide gas for Alaskans, according to the companies behind the proposed liquefied natural gas project: XOM, BP, COP and TRP. The group previously said the project could cost more than $65B. [View news story]
    Because of all the adversarial problems with building the Northern Gateway and other pipelines through British Columbia, I expect sooner or later projects of this nature will happen. Perhaps the railway from Prince George, BC to Alaska is also a possibility.
    Feb 17 04:31 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Will This Forest Products Company Keep Falling? [View article]
    With the uptick in housing, it may be time to look at these Canadian companies, some of which have already made nice increases. They are in no particular order NBD, SJ, ADN, CFP, WFT.
    Aug 10 12:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Altria: Its Pros And Cons, And Why I'm Holding Onto My Shares [View article]
    I have seen many users who crave cigarettes as much as they crave the drugs. It bodes well for the tobacco industry.
    Aug 3 11:20 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A report from the CGA shows consumer debt levels continuing to rise in Canada, with more than 50% of households borrowing to meet daily expenses. Like the U.S., could Canada have an economy a bit too dependent on ever-increasing levels of debt to stay afloat?  [View news story]
    People in Canada are just trying to live the American Dream.
    Jun 14 02:39 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • S&P 500 Stocks With High Yield, Persistent Dividends and Strong Charts [View article]
    Investor with a Canadian dividend bias. Hold some US dividend investments. Enjoy your picks and hold a couple in my US portfolio.
    Jun 13 12:02 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment