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Monthly Archives: July 2017

Sean Mason: “Why I Love the Stock Market”

I’ve studied the stock market with a passion that borders on obsession so I’ve decided to share my thoughts, experiences, failures and successes in buying and selling stocks exclusively with the readers of munKNEE.com (Your Key to Making Money!) over the coming weeks.

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These 5 Medical Marijuana Stocks Have the Greatest Upside Potential

Investing in marijuana-related stocks is a high-risk, high-reward game due to all the uncertainties surrounding the legalization of the drug. Companies that do succeed, however, have potential to bring large capital gains. That being said we have identified five Canadian marijuana stocks with the biggest upside potential, according to consensus analyst price targets.

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Global Home Prices Are On the Rise – Here’s A Country By Country Ranking

Global home prices are on the rise, and numbers from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the monetary policy arm of the UN, show that Canada ranks amongst the top ten of all of their housing indicators. While that sounds like a good thing, the IMF generally warns that too much growth means overvaluation. Overvaluation requires a correction, and if it goes too high, even a crash.

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These 4 Stocks Could Be A Value Investor’s Dream

We have found 4 Canadian small cap stocks that are trading below cash value and have either no debt or a manageable debt load, meaning that low valuation may be unjustified, giving shareholders an opportunity to capture an actual dollar at a discounted price.

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The Current Financial System Is To Blame For the Excessive U.S. Debt! Here’s Why

Have Americans been living above their means these past 37 years (since 1980)? I think so. We have borrowed and borrowed (and borrowed) to maintain our prosperity and our exceptional lifestyle. Much of this at the expense of the world’s citizens who provided us the goods. America has 4.4% of the world’s population yet we consume some 23.6% of Global production. How can this happen? Why this favoritism?

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