Speaking of bad financial advice
, since Stephen Harper's suggestion on, if I recall correctly, October 8, that it was a good time to buy stocks, the TSX has gone from 10,055 to 8,117 - a drop of almost 20% - ouch! Normally, I'd say don't quit your day job, but in this case....
Meanwhile, I keep writing posts about our current media and political and economic problems, but as I dig around for links to stories, I keep seeing reminders that there are other stocks
that are more important, and in even more trouble.
Labels: an economist not a financial advisor, financial crisis, Harper, stock market