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    Odd that it would be "every few years" when CDIC...

    Odd that it would be "every few years" when CDIC lists seven in 1983 and seven in 1985. Using consecutive year, there are seven years in a row of one through seven deposit taking institutions...
  2. Hopefully someone who holds them in an RRSP can...

    Hopefully someone who holds them in an RRSP can confirm the way they are treated.

    To date, the exception for the RRSP US withholding tax exemption that I have read about for RRSPs is a US Master...
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    I haven't seen any articles indicating that...

    I haven't seen any articles indicating that superficial loss rules have any exceptions so without further digging or reference, my guess is that it applies to all investor types.




    That's the...
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    From what I recall of the tax book's example, the...

    From what I recall of the tax book's example, the issue was that the gift giver died before CRA started asking questions so it became a "he said, she said" situation instead of "call them up, they...
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    Gifts are not taxable ... though large gifts can...

    Gifts are not taxable ... though large gifts can be questioned by CRA. The tax book I had years ago recommended getting the gift giver to write a letter spelling out the amount and that it is a...
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    In my neighbourhood it is the semi-retired and...

    Those people are all out working, paying our taxes. I dare say the others arent.[/QUOTE]

    In my neighbourhood it is the semi-retired and retired who are outdoors in the good weather the most. ...
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    Interesting ... when I have checked the time...

    Interesting ... when I have checked the time before leaving the house then checked the time as I am on the road, it can easily be five to ten minutes just getting everything into the car to go to...
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    Based on his as well as his company's reputation...

    Based on his as well as his company's reputation for making money ... I would think the default assumption would be that it will all work out profitably. :biggrin:


    Cheers
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    True ... if one includes other financial...

    True ... if one includes other financial institutions that took deposits but had a different name (ex. Bank of BC Mortgage Corp or Crown Trust) - then the 1967 to present failures jumps from three to...
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    The more I think about it ... the more I suspect...

    The more I think about it ... the more I suspect there's some detail to the question that is not in the article that would shift more people to the answer.

    I haven't found the details of the...
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    That's why I question the idea of "doing it the...

    That's why I question the idea of "doing it the Buffett way". Applying the principles is fine but unless one is a lot of pull/is in the business - I don't see have retail investor can get anything...
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    If that's the system that worked so well for 100...

    If that's the system that worked so well for 100 years, why are there many references to the gov't getting other banks to provide liquidity or absorb banks in trouble?
    Why did the minister of...
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    One would think so ... but somehow the concept of...

    One would think so ... but somehow the concept of either sticking to the delivery window or calling to ask about another time seems to be a tough challenge.

    Or the other odd one IMO - why would...
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    The rest of the world, yes ... Canada OTOH has...

    ... I am not sure how submarines are supposed to drive the oil prices but most are propelled by nuclear reactors.[/QUOTE]

    The rest of the world, yes ... Canada OTOH has diesel-electrics subs. ...
  15. That's probably fine for investments but since...

    That's probably fine for investments but since you mention retirement, shouldn't things like pensions (gov't & possibly company) also be included?

    Then there's also the differences in where the...
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