Category: Taxes
4 Posts
POSTED ON November 19, 2014 BY CEO Technician

From Wikipedia on the so called January effect: “The most common theory explaining this phenomenon is that individual investors, who are income tax-sensitive and who disproportionately hold small stocks, sell stocks for tax reasons at year end (such as to claim a capital loss) and reinvest after the first of the year.” In the modern… Continue Reading

POSTED ON February 03, 2014 BY Kevin Lee

Chicks dig the bulls-eye Early reports indicate that Japan’s annualized 2013 Q4 GDP growth likely reached 2.6%, which would make it the fifth straight quarter seeing an increase in annualized GDP. This bit of good news is naturally attached to the government’s spiked punch bowl fiscal, monetary and structural reforms dubbed Abenomics. After Prime Minister… Continue Reading

POSTED ON September 11, 2013 BY Travis McPherson

Sulliden Gold (SUE:TSX) has cleared the final hurdle at its Shahuindo gold and silver project in northern Peru by receiving an ‘okay’ for their Environmental Impact Assessment.  With this milestone complete, after an 18 month permitting process, the company expects to begin construction within 30-60 days (once final project finance package completed).  The construction will… Continue Reading

POSTED ON September 26, 2012 BY Jeff Jacobson

If you were shocked to learn from Mitt Romney that 47 percent of Americans don’t pay income tax, you might be interested to know that only 1.2 and 2.7 percent of Chinese and Indians pay that same tax in their respective countries. Interestingly, 63 percent of Canadians pay income tax, a higher percentage than our… Continue Reading

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