Crushing Debt – Why Canadians Should Drop Everything and Pay Off Debt

Post-Christmas is the time of year when people sit down and make their New Year’s resolutions.  I won’t cause you undue boredom with my New Year’s resolutions of how I need to get back to running 10K three times a week, set aside more money for investing, and pay off my credit card in full every month etc. 😉 The last point is pertinent, because Canadians are amassing enormous debts on their credit cards and lines of credit. Crushing Debt: Why ...

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Is McDonalds Overpriced? Part-1

I can’t think of a stronger and more robust business model than McDonalds (MCD), and who can argue otherwise? This global fast-food giant dominates in almost every country around the world, and is currently expanding voraciously through much of Asia. Travel anywhere around the world, and you will find a McDonalds for a safe and cheap place to eat. McDonald’s has also been a stellar stock to own since January 2003, when it was trading at only $14 per share. Unlike the food it produces, McDonald’s ...

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