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Friday, November 27, 2009
Tom Jeffries talks to Mike Levy about Dubai bankruptcy
recorded on November 26th 2009
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In todays market report gold powered to another record high in Asia Monday, as U.S. economic doubts grow.
Bullion prices, up 32 percent this year alone, have ticked off a string of highs with eyes on $1,200 an ounce by next year.
Oil was up on heightened tensions between Iran and Western nations. Senior officials from six world powers voiced disappointment that Iran had not accepted proposals to delay its nuclear weapons potential.
Iran's armed forces launched a large-scale air defense war games Sunday, coming as the country is facing pressure over its nuclear program.
Asian shares edged higher at the start of a holiday-filled week. Japanese financial markets were closed Monday.
South Korea's LG Electronics dipped on market talk if may bid for Hynix Semiconductor, the world's No.2 memory chipmaker.
LG shares were also pressured by news Apple's iPhone would go sale in the country from Saturday, offering by the No.2 mobile player KT Corp.
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Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Gold climbed to a record in London and New York on a further drop by the dollar and on a report that India may buy the remaining IMF 201.3 tons of gold
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Tuesday, November 24, 2009
recorded on November 21st 2009
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The Canadian housing market has seen a stronger and faster rebound from the recession than any other segment of the economy, due in large part to enticingly low mortgage rates.
But rates this low - 5.59 per cent for a five-year fixed-rate mortgage and 2.25 per cent for a five-year variable-rate mortgage at one bank - can't last forever, and experts are advising borrowers to prepare for higher rates within the next 12 months.
"We have to realize those are emergency interest rates," said CIBC economist Benjamin Tal.
"Interest rates will rise - it's just a question of time, it's not a question of if. And if that's the case, we have to make sure that when we borrow this money we can afford the same mortgage 200 or 300 basis points higher. That's the key responsibility now of borrowers and lenders, to make sure that what we do, we do it in a prudent way."
Depending on whether they are fixed or floating-rate, mortgages are tied to either the bond market or the Bank of Canada's key lending rate, which are closely related. The central bank's rate has been sitting at a record low of 0.25 per cent since the spring and it has said it will keep it steady until at least next June to help stimulate the ailing economy.
On Wednesday, three of Canada's biggest banks - Royal Bank (TSX:RY), Bank of Montreal (TSX:BMO) and TD Bank (TSX:TD) - announced that they will cut posted rates for fixed-rate mortgages by up to 0.25 percentage points. On Thursday, CIBC (TSX:CM), Laurentian Bank (TSX:LB) and Scotiabank (TSX:BNS) followed suit by cutting their five-year mortgages by 0.25 per cent to 5.59 per cent, in the case of CIBC and Scotiabank, and 5.6 per cent at Laurentian.
But mortgage lenders agree that rates are nearing the bottom and will begin to rise again in 2010.
"The only sort of assurance that you hear in the marketplace is the Bank of Canada's going to try to maintain that rate until June. But past that, there are already warnings that if there need to be adjustments, the adjustments could be a little more abrupt than we've been used to in the past," said Martin Beaudry, vice-president of retail lending at ING Direct.
CIBC's Tal said that with rates this low, "it's almost a crime not to take a mortgage out," but warned that consumers need to be prepared for higher interest rates later on and what this could mean for their personal finances.
For example, a $200,000 mortgage with a term of 25 years and an interest rate of 2.25 per cent has monthly payments of $876.26. For the same mortgage with an interest rate of five per cent, the monthly payments become $1,169.18.
And this doesn't only apply to variable-rate mortgages, but to fixed-rate mortgages that are coming up for renewal, Tal said.
"It's not just variable rates, because five years from now the rates will be much higher, so you don't want to find yourself in a situation five years from now where you can't afford the house," he said.
"It's important to be extremely prudent and not to be totally blinded by those rates."
Monday, November 23, 2009
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Friday, November 20, 2009
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Wednesday, November 18, 2009
NEW YORK (TheStreet) - Dan Dicker, expert trader, talks with David Greenberg, president of Sterling Commodities, and Jeff Carter, CME trader, to get their take on the gold market and how to trade the precious metal.
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Tom Jeffries talks to David Smith about the silver price skyrocketing and why
recorded on November 16th 2009
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Monday, November 16, 2009
The dramatic recovery of the resale housing market – with the pace of activity and prices setting another record in October – has some economists wondering if Canada is in the midst of a housing bubble.
Economists at Scotia Capital Inc. are of the view that housing “is becoming an over-valued asset class.”
Economist Michael Gregory of BMO Nesbitt Burns, on the other hand, says Canada is in the midst of a “booming rebound” – but not a bubble.
And Stewart Hall, an economist at HSBC Securities (Canada), says it is too soon to characterize the housing market activity as a bubble yet, but the situation bears watching.
Bubbles are formed when excessive speculation enters a market, pushing prices higher than justified by market fundamentals. However, asset bubbles inevitably pop, leading to sharp price declines.
'This is becoming an over-valued asset class'
“Is Canada in a housing bubble? Probably, but low rates, mortgage innovation and a relative shortage of new supply are likely too keep it going for a while yet,” Scotia Capital economists Derek Holt and Karen Cordes said in a research note Monday.
“… Now that last fall's pent-up demand has been released, the three forces of low interest rates, transferring future sales to the present via mortgage innovation, and modest new supply can keep Canadian housing markets humming for some time yet before the eventuality of a softer market on rising rates in a future relative demand vacuum set in.”
After CREA released the October numbers, Mr. Holt and Ms. Cordes expanded on their view.
“The Canadian Real Estate Association has reported October sales and prices. The results are a bright spot in the Canadian economy, but with prices up 20 per cent over year-ago levels and at all-time highs by virtually every measure, this is becoming an over-valued asset class in our opinion,” the Scotia Capital team said.
“Flagging rich valuations is not, however, tantamount to predicting anything imminent by way of give-back on prices,” the added.
“In fact, they could well push further into record territory next year before risks build.”
NEW YORK (TheStreet) - Jon Nadler, senior analyst at Kitco.com, says that there are some variables that could put short term pressure on gold prices, but if gold's bull run can hold for a few trading days then the precious metal could hit $1,150.
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Sunday, November 15, 2009
Tom Jeffries talks to Bob Hoye about Barrick's gold supression price scam and peak gold
recorded on November 13th 2009
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Saturday, November 14, 2009
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Friday, November 13, 2009
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Wednesday, November 11, 2009
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Frank Holmes, of U.S. Global Investors, and Ron Muhlenkamp, of the Muhlenkamp Fund, share their outlooks on the markets and gold.
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Tuesday, November 10, 2009
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Examples of non-qualifying work
- Landscaping, other than to restore the lot to its condition prior to the recognized work
- Construction of outdoor play equipment o
- Interior decoration (decorator's service)
- Erecting or repairing a fence, low wall, etc.
- Drilling a well, installation of a septic tank and septic field
- Installation of household appliances
- Installation of a swimming pool, sauna, hot tub, etc.
- Refurbishment of access points (footpaths, driveway, etc.), unless made necessary as a result of the recognized work
- Work aimed exclusively at repairs (repairing a leak, a door, etc.) or maintenance (application of paint to walls solely to spruce up the appearance)
The contractor must, at the time the agreement is entered into between the owner and the contractor, be a person or partnership with an establishment in Québec. Must not be the owner or co-owner of the eligible residential unit, or the spouse of one of the owners of the eligible residential unit at the time the home improvement or renovation work is carried out hold an appropriate licence issued by the Régie du bâtiment du Québec. Note that an individual who carries out the improvements or renovations on his or her own principal place of residence may
not claim this tax credit.
Claiming the credit
You may claim the refundable tax credit for home improvement and renovation on your 2009 income tax return if you are resident in Québec on December 31, 2009. You must send with your return a form indicating all of the information related to the work carried out, such as:
- a description of the work
- the cost of the work
- the registration number assigned under the Act respecting the Québec sales tax (QST) to the person who carried out the work
- the licence number issued by the Régie du bâtiment du Québec to the contractor carrying out the work (if applicable)
It is not necessary to provide your receipts or supporting documents when you file your income tax return. However, you must keep these documents for six years following the year to which they apply as Revenu Québec could audit you regarding this credit.
Tax Credit for Home Improvement and Renovation
These texts on the said programs from Canada or Quebec are provided for information purpose only; you must consult the official Canada http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/ndvdls/sgmnts/hmwnr/hrtc/lgblty-prd-eng.html and Quebec http://www.revenu.gouv.qc.ca/eng/particulier/impots/impot/credit_remb/renovation/index.asp Internet sites and documentation to make sure you qualify. We decline all responsibility in regard to any error or omissions, the readers are responsible to check this information directly with the proper government agencies.
Monday, November 9, 2009
Sean Brodrick talks about gold and dollar decoupling
recorded on November 6th 2009
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Sunday, November 8, 2009
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Saturday, November 7, 2009
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Friday, November 6, 2009
The price of gold continued to climb to record highs Wednesday as the U.S. Federal Reserve said it would keep interest rates exceptionally low for an extended period of time.
The price makers are financial entities that are saying, 'We want to have gold as an insurance in our portfolio.' And I’ve found that gold can go up if you have any type of strong financial instability.”
The Financial Post took note of India’s surprise purchase of 200 metric tons of gold on Tuesday.
“...the increasing demand for gold as a hedge against the greenback was helping to set the stage for an alternative reserve currency or asset to the U.S. dollar, a proposal that has been trumpeted by countries such as China, France, India and Russia”
But BullionVault.com warns investors against jumping on the anti-U.S. dollar bandwagon.
“Rumors of the Dollar's imminent demise are likely to prove premature...[But] to a significant degree, gold is already behaving as though it is an international currency.”
The CBS affiliate in Sacramento takes the issue off Wall Street and on to Main Street where unemployment is driving people to search for gold.
“Well the price of gold has skyrocketed from about $750 an ounce a year ago to more than $1,000 today. So It’s no surprise that that’s led to a new California gold rush.”
So what do you think will happen to the price of gold with interest rates remaining low?
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
recorded on November 3rd 2009
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Tuesday, November 3, 2009
November 3, 2009
Gold traded within 0.5 percent of a record after India’s central bank bought 200 metric tons of the metal from the International Monetary Fund, heightening speculation about more official purchases.
“It’s positive in many ways,” said James Moore, an analyst at TheBullionDesk.com in London. “It suggests central banks, rather than being net sellers, are now looking at becoming net buyers. It’s a surprise because everybody was talking about China being the buyer.”
December-delivery gold climbed as much as $12.90, or 1.2 percent, to $1,066.90 an ounce on the New York Mercantile Exchange’s Comex division and was at $1,058.70 at 8:45 a.m. local time. The record was $1,072 an ounce on Oct. 14.
Monday, November 2, 2009
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If you meet certain eligibility requirements, you may be entitled to a refundable tax credit for the 2009 taxation year for expenses incurred under a residential renovation agreement entered into in 2009 for home improvements or renovations.
The tax credit is equal to 20% of the eligible expenses in excess of $7,500. The maximum amount of eligible expenses is $20,000 for a maximum credit of $2,500.
To obtain an estimate of the tax credit for home improvement and renovation that you could be entitled to for the 2009 taxation year, use the calculator available on the website of the Ministère des finances.
To be eligible for the refundable tax credit for home improvement and renovation, you must:
- Own an eligible residential unit located in Québec
- Have the qualifying work for improvement or renovation carried out at your principal place of residence
- A qualified contractor must be hired to carry out the work under the terms of an agreement entered into after December 31, 2008 and before January 1, 2010.
- The expenses incurred to carry out the work must be paid no later than June 30, 2010.
Eligible residential units
An eligible residential unit is a residence built before 2009. The individual who incurs the home improvement or renovation expenses must be the owner (or co-owner) at the time the expenses are incurred. The residential unit must not only be the owner's principal place of residence, but also:
- an individual house
- a manufactured home or a mobile home permanently installed
- a unit in a building held in divided co-ownership
- an apartment in a building held in undivided co-ownership or held by a sole owner
Qualifying work that gives entitlement to the refundable tax credit for home improvement and renovation consists of:
- the renovation, modification, improvement, conversion or expansion of an individual's eligible residential unit, including the addition of structures adjoining or incidental to the unit
- the work needed to restore a lot to its condition before the work described above was carried out
Examples of qualifying work
Division of rooms (knocking down walls or addition of partitions)
Finishing of a basement, attic or garage
Installation of a fireplace, a heat pump or an air conditioning system
Installation of an alarm system or home automation system
Insulation (including for a garage)
Replacement of the plumbing, electrical system, heating system, air exchange system
Replacement of the roofing, rainwater gutters and chimney
Replacement of doors and windows
Replacement of sewage treatment systems (septic tanks and septic field)
Renovation of a kitchen, bathroom, washroom
Expansion of a house built before 2009
Construction work on structures adjoining or incidental to a house built before 2009
Sunday, November 1, 2009
recorded on October 31th 2009
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