The January 2018 Bank of Canada (“BOC”) Monetary Policy Report announced strong growth in the Canadian economy during 2017, including near-capacity levels of economic activity. By their estimates, GDP growth came in at around 3% for 2017 with approximately 70% of that growth derived from domestic consumption – a historically normal level of household consumption […]
Just like the measured weight of an object differs in water versus on land, asset valuations, or measurements, are too affected by their own environmental variables. For example, it’s a reasonable assumption that an asset valued in a booming market is going to generate a different result than if valued during a downturn. For that […]
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