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    The subsequent drop has nothing to do with the...

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    The subsequent drop has nothing to do with the "technical support", everything to do with the flow of negative news.
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    Technical support, LOL. ...

    Technical support, LOL.


    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C952YutWsAIeYJD.jpg
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    Where did you get your number? Does it include...

    TSX annual compound rate 1970 - 2016 = 6.34%[/QUOTE]

    Where did you get your number? Does it include dividends?

    I quoted annual compound rate of return from 1970 to 2015, including dividends.
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    If you buy for all cash you might as well buy...

    If you buy for all cash you might as well buy REITs. Diversify your holdings and stop worrying about tenants.

    The beauty of investing in rental properties is mad leverage. If you are not employing...
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    TSX Composite average geometric annual return...

    TSX Composite average geometric annual return from 1970 to 2015: 9%

    (too bad you can't live in TSX Composite)
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    Annual inflation rate from 1970 to 2015 according...

    Annual inflation rate from 1970 to 2015 according to the same BoC calculator: 4.16%

    7% - 4% = 3%

    Toronto property taxes: 0.7%

    Maintenance expenses: 1% (common rule of thumb)

    Real rate of...
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    And here's NY Times. Same language: a truck did...

    And here's NY Times. Same language: a truck did it. Truck's motivation is unclear.

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    CBC said "a truck" did it. ...

    CBC said "a truck" did it.

    https://twitter.com/cbcnews/status/753750957637459968
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    I rarely change the cards. The dollar amounts at...

    I rarely change the cards. The dollar amounts at stake are fairly small, so it's not worth it for me to chase the deals. I got MBNA card because my previous main card got discontinued by the bank.
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    Not that I know of, but... They waive the fee...

    Not that I know of, but...

    They waive the fee for the first year.
    You get a $100 rebate in points after the first purchase.
    You can get an additional $60 rebate through GCR.

    So the first...
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    Just got this card. You can get an additional $60...

    Just got this card. You can get an additional $60 rebate if you apply for the card through Great Canadian Rebates site:

    https://www.greatcanadianrebates.ca/shop/MBNA-Rewards-World-Elite/

    2%...
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    This is their democratic right. Can you...

    This is their democratic right.




    Can you be more condescending than that? You are doubling down on the dismissive elitist attitude that lost Brexit referendum and led to the rise of Trumpism....
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    Population density: England vs the UK vs the rest...

    Population density: England vs the UK vs the rest of Europe

    http://www.migrationwatchuk.com/images/BP15_4/figure-2.png

    Did you know that about 1 million Poles live permanently in the UK, most...
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    The geographical size is not relevant, but...

    The geographical size is not relevant, but population density is.

    UK population density map:
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  15. Thread: Brexit

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    One more point regarding this: Actually,...

    One more point regarding this:



    Actually, Canadian and Australian immigration systems are very similar. Both countries use point-based criteria to select the most desirable economic immigrants....
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