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Average home prices in Canada jump another 5% in July, CREA says

According to a CBC report the average price of a Canadian home was $401,585 in July, a five per cent rise compared to last year. 585 more words

Homebuyer's fears over interest rate rises prompt lifestyle changes

According to YouGov research commissioned by credit information provider, Equifax, more than half of UK homeowners believe an interest rise of one per cent would have a negative effect on their finances. 309 more words

News

TERM INSURANCE VERSUS PERMANENT INSURANCE: WHAT IS THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR YOU?

Most people, once they finally decide to purchase life insurance (hopefully in part to replace their mortgage insurance), they are presented with options. Depending on who their insurance agent is and where he or she works, they may have many options or very few. 868 more words

Coaching

Will Interest Rate Spreads Peak? Our Interest Is Piqued!

Interest Rate Spreads

The interest rate markets have historically provided many good spread trading candidates. Potential trading opportunities could be shaping up in a few of them right now.   854 more words

Spread Trade

Why we have financial crises

I believe the root cause of financial crises is in the fractional reserve system of creating money.  Therefore the way to avoid future crises is to change how we create money. 1,081 more words

Economics

BoE Governor Interview

Great Insight in the Bank of England’s governors expectations on Interest Rates:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-28056274

 

Record Closing S&P 500 Levels: What Does this Mean?

This past week has been one of the most exciting in history for the S&P 500. After pushing above the milestone 2000 mark a number of times, it wasn’t quite able to hold the level until last Tuesday, with a record close of 2000.02. 449 more words

S&P 500