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Economy of the World

Interesting that Brazil had a bigger economy than Canada 

https://www.visualcapitalist.com/the-86-trillion-world-economy-in-one-chart/

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Then 2030 , 11 years from now 

https://www.visualcapitalist.com/animation-the-biggest-economies-in-2030/

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Timothy Ross

Mutual Fund Representative through PEAK Investment Services Inc.

 

CEO & Founder, Brock Shores Financial 

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Happiness report 2018

Well, the annual happiness report shows Canada in the top 10. #7 

the report shows Canada is a bit less happy then it was a year ago, no improvement, down about 5% globally making it about 100 in the improvement category, loading about 5% overall. 

http://www.visualcapitalist.com/measuring-global-happiness-countries/

What does that mean, not much, simply things are not as sunny as they were last year. Carbon taxes, failed pipeline misadventures, uncompetitive tax rates, falling oil prices and a government trying desperately to improve its leaders social opinions on the population, other than that everything is pretty good. Let’s not forget we are well positioned in case of a depression or recession the government feels we can handle a flood well. We think it’s about water, maybe he meant the proposed immigration targets of a million people over the next three years. So much going on, hard to follow it all. Let’s nit forget Cannabis is legal now and a guaranteed income for everyone is being proposed. The budget will be balanced with debt in the interim and by 2040 government taxes will match government expenses. So it’s not so bad. Future is looking like blue skies, and the morning skies are a glow, as they, sailors take warning. 

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, and  may 2019 bring you faith, hope, health,  prosperity and the love of our Lord in your heart. 

Tim

 

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Sleepless Govenor

https://www.wealthprofessional.ca/market-talk/these-are-the-biggest-fears-for-the-canadian-economy-235530.aspx Things that keep the govenor awake at night One thing he said was that young people just starting need jobs and without those jobs they can get stuck right from the Get go. I had an idea, stewardship thought moment. The government should make a job for every young person for their first job, give them the experience of having a job, limit it to at least a year, and have a lot of young people with a good first job, launch them into the world with a good foundation, bring the age down for the permanent positions to make room for our young people and redeploy these people into industry and other services. Stabilize, Train, Encourage, Launch A little utopia idea , I think it could have merit and would increase the value for society as a whole - TLR
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