Re: Uranium anyone?
- From: "lubow" <lubow@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 18 Mar 2007 21:19:09 GMT
I recall the $C at .90 long before it tanked
Let's give Pres. Bush a chance to bring it back $0.90. In that regard, he's
IMO, it will take a generation to get us back to 1998 when the National Debt
Clock on 6th Ave and 43rd St in Manhattan was running backwards.
"arthur" <trash.all.spam@xxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Sorry, I was really thinking the Vancouver.
I think the US markets are over extended too and the -2% days prove I
On Sun, 18 Mar 2007 15:32:25 GMT, "lubow" <lubow@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
...the fact that Canada has run budget surpluses over the last five years?
...that the Canadian stock market has outpaced the US stock market by a
margin over the last four years?
...that the CAD has moved from $0.65 to $0.85 in less than three years?
Like everything else related to popular stocks, the popularity of Toronto
stocks has caused valuations to overshoot.. Prices are headed south now.
Give it a little time plus another gold run-up due to another devaluation
the USD and the Toronto Stock Exchange will be the place to be, like it
for the four previous years.
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