Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Well Here We Are

Oil going right back to where it should be.
No Oil super power, just a province buried in NDP debt.

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Shim Sham Ponzi Scam


"But he points the finger particularly at the real estate community which he says has turned its back on federal laws, particularly reporting to financial regulators, the Real Estate Council of BC, which he says appears unwilling to hold agents accountable, and politicians who are afraid they’ll be blamed for popping the bubble"

Yep, I agree.


Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Social Justice Warriors And....


“I know these federal and provincial ministers talk a good game, but what have we actually approved?” George said. “There is a lot of room between the rhetoric we hear politically and reality.”  http://www.bnn.ca/pipeline-delays-carbon-tax-haven-t-helped-attract-investment-former-suncor-ceo-1.759137

Are hurting us..all.

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Canadian Nigtmare Dead Ahead

It was late in the evening on Sunday, April 30, when lawyers working for Home Capital Group Inc. dialled into a call with lawyers representing the company’s new lending syndicate. The troubled mortgage lender had negotiated a $2-billion credit line just days earlier, emergency money the board felt was needed to survive after a high-profile run on deposits at subsidiary Home Trust. The company planned to draw down the first $1-billion from it the next morning, May 1.
But the deal was getting bogged down in a last-minute dispute over details of the funding, according to two sources familiar with the talks. As the conversation proceeded late on Sunday, it became increasingly evident that the fate of the financing was hanging in the balance. Another call at 2 a.m. on Monday ended badly with no agreement, a source said.
There was no room for error. Home Capital was hours from the start of its business day, and it was critically low on capital. The board had determined the company could not open its doors for business Monday morning without the financing in place, the sources said.
As the dispute continued, officials from Canada’s banking regulator, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI), were on standby to launch a process to take control of the company Monday, a move that would have almost certainly forced some form of wind-up of Home Capital’s business, the sources said.
In the end, some time prior to 7 a.m., the lawyers hammered out a deal on final terms of the loan, allowing the first $1-billion to be transferred Monday. When business started a couple of hours later, only a small circle of exhausted insiders knew how close the company had come to collapse.

MCAP has over 61 Billion in outstanding mortgages, many are uninsured.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Corrupted Right To The Very Core


Blatantly obvious many years ago. How much damage has been done?

How much family grief will this cause going forward?

Ask yourselves, who were the SHILLS selling all this debt?


HCG is not alone. They're all blowing up. A shit ton of em.

I could link 10 more.

Monday, May 1, 2017

Shim Sham Ponzi Scam


Some may be wondering why the market is slowing down, those in the racket know why, those that aren't, not so much. We knew back in 2009.

Shim Sham Ponzi Scam.

Always was.


You Had To Look For It..I And 30 Others Did


Its coming.

Any concerns, contact @ albertabubbleblog1@gmail.com

Sunday, April 23, 2017

A Little Something To let You Know I'm Still Here



Keep an eye on these puppies, I've had a short position on these for some time now, its worked out pretty good so far.

The NDP have also worked out very well so far (if you believe in climate change that is..hahaha!)

Shell oil are gone. Marathon oil are gone. Cononco oil are gone. Chevron oil are gone. Statoil are gone. Philips oil are gone. Syncrude are gone. Nexen as good as. While many others are quietly looking for buyers.

We are about to enter into a period of escalating power prices due to NDP policies, we know that cancelling the PPAs has cost Alberta $2.500,000,000.00 or about $3,000 per average family, we also know that our monthly power bills will increase.

We also have the highest unemployment rate in Canada. Are low Oil prices to blame, consider this. King Ralph managed to get Alberta debt free in 2004 on $40 BBL Oil.

We also have no, as in NADA new Oil pipelines.

Yeah Saskatchewan's NDP !!


Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Coming Back Soon

The wife and I are Looking for a new place to rent in the Edmonton area for around $1,800 Mo. Simply can not believe the CRAP houses people are trying to rent, its quite sad really. 
NWR is winding down soon, back to regular postings in no time at all. They wont be pretty.