Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Investment insights when giving thanks

In Canada, we had our Thanksgiving a month ago (because the growing season is shorter and it makes no sense to have Thanksgiving in November when it's freezing in much of the country). Nevertheless, in the spirit of American Thanksgiving, I reflected on what to give thanks about.

In light of the events in Paris and Brussels, one silver lining in the world has been the dramatic slide in war deaths in the last half century. We haven't totally eliminated wars, but in comparison to the horrific carnage of the two World Wars, the modern era`s casualty rate is one thing to be thankful about.

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