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Brookfield black hole
November 14, 2019
11:59 am
Bud
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Similar operation since it morphed from the ashes of edper in the late 80s. Loved by politicians first call, respected all over the world they can do no wrong money in the bank like an octopus with so many tenticles they don't need a reference to borrow. Why isn't their market value a trillion yet.

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November 14, 2019
5:09 pm
Bill
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This is Canadian High Interest Savings Bank Accounts site.

November 18, 2019
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Dean
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Bill said
This is Canadian High Interest Savings Bank Accounts site.  

True ⬆

But many of us dabble in stocks ... for better, or worse. sf-wink

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November 19, 2019
5:56 am
Doug
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Selkirk said

True ⬆

But many of us dabble in stocks ... for better, or worse. sf-wink  

I agree with Dean. We do discuss credit cards and mortgages occasionally, so it holds we'd discuss equities and mutual funds on occasion. If one is not interested, one can just mark those threads to which they're not interested as "read." 🙂

That said, I would appreciate some context to Bud's posts. I find Bud's posts, generally, to be too brief that they become almost cryptic to try and figure out what he means.

I understand, I think, what he means here—lack of transparency in the Brookfield entity financial reporting, which is generally and widely agreed among analysts and investors. Solid companies with excellent track records and management teams, but poor transparency and middling to poor corporate governance.

Cheers,
Doug

November 19, 2019
6:45 am
Bud
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Right Doug

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November 19, 2019
10:02 am
Bill
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Agree with Selkirk too, I should have made clearer my point to Bud was that re his question there are probably places other than a HISA forum populated mainly by savers that are better suited for questions about market valuation of Brookfield. But I agree, we talk about lots more than HISAs on here, ask away on whatever you like.

November 20, 2019
12:05 pm
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But most of us will choose to ignore!

November 20, 2019
5:16 pm
Bud
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Forum envy

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