Enbridge: Critical Infrastructure in the Green Revolution

Enbridge: Critical Infrastructure in the Green Revolution

The green revolution is upon us. Enbridge is a critical energy infrastructure business known for transporting oil and natural gas. It also has a sizeable renewable segment. What you might not be aware of is how well that stacks up in the renewables space and how such companies are including non-renewable power in their total [...]

Austerity in a post-COVID world

Austerity in a post-COVID world

In 2012 The IMF studied the correlation between credit-default-swap spreads and various economic indicators. Long term indicators—for deficits, economic growth and spending on pensions and health care—had little impact on spreads. But larger short term primary deficits (which exclude interest) were associated with notably wider spreads. So, too, was weaker current-year growth. Solvency should be [...]

Stocks, Output, Employment, Debt: A look at 08/09 and current data

Damn, I missed the 20% upswing. Shame. Did you also participate in the 30-50% drop down?(scroll down for stock examples: Apple, Google, Waste Connections, Royal Bank, CIBC, Enbridge, Fortis, CN Rail)A bear market is known for one thing: volatility. It’s great for trades — if you can time it right.We WILL see a lot more [...]