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Canadian corporate bonds/ equities December 2009
Dec 15, 2009 08:27
  • UMPATAN
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I am wondering what many of you think how the market will do regarding Canadian bank stocks and corporate bonds within the near future? Do you think there will be a double dipped recession with this recovery being a false recovery and thus a big bare market rally, or do you think that there is still room for futher growth? I am wondeing when the pullback shold take place, and how corporate bonds will hold out in this situation?
Dec 31, 2009 01:27
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GUEST19562 you are right ...a false runup.
Jan 1, 2010 02:04
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  • BOBERT
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I fail to see how printing money can solve the problem. The world has a huge over capacity in almost everything. Stimulus packages and quantative easing only exacerbate the problem. A huge bubble has been vreated and must burst soon. The huge debts must be met by higher taxes and lower spending. I am selling stocks and cashing up.
Oct 16, 2011 22:56
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  • LONETOMS6
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Stimulus packages and quantative easing only exacerbate the problem. A huge bubble has been vreated and must burst soon.
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