Posts by Jurgen Rudolph

169 – Canadian Federation of Independent Business

Today we have Mark Rodgers join us from CFIB – Canadian Federation of Independent Business. Mark shares with us his start in the hearing clinic business and how he sold the business.  He realized that the market was changing and it was time to move on. Mark worked at post construction cleaning (one of the…

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168 – The value of advice

Today we are talking about the value of advice. We are hoping to shed some light on how things are evolving in the financial services world. In the past and currently buying an investment has fees that are not as obvious – hidden in fine print.  What this is evolving to for financial planners/advisors is…

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167 – Reading an article Rethinking the Relationship with the US – with Scott Taylor

Today we are sharing an article by Scott Taylor, “ON TARGET: Time to rethink relationship with U.S.”   Read the full article here

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166 – Making Money – reading from Richard Russell’s Dow Theory Letter

Today we are reading from one of Richard Russell’s Dow Theory Letters. This is an interesting conversation about “Rich Man, Poor Man”.  The discussion is about how “making money” is more than predicting the markets, and more about patience. A very interesting conversation and theory. We also talk about sarcasm, satire, and irony.

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165 – Veteran Appreciation Day – with Teresa of Granite Ridge

Today we have Teresa Fujarczuk of Granite Ridge golf course in the studio.  Granite Ridge hosts an annual Veteran’s Appreciation Day at the golf club.  Teresa’s father, his brothers, and some friends were all members at a golf course, they played regularly, and built their own golf course.   Granite Ridge was built in 1996.…

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