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@nicholaslepanToronto is becoming a condo city. For some, buying a condo is a means to a life full of urban pleasure, to others it's a source of headaches and disappointment. From falling glass to noisy neighbours, the reality of condo life is bit more complicated than the sophisticated images in advertising brochures. The Agenda convenes a panel to discuss the advantages and dilemmas of condo ownership. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICeI0fp_UMo+#realestate#condos
@nicholaslepanInvestors bought $34.7-billion worth of commercial property valued at more than $10-million last year, according to real estate brokerage CBRE Group Inc. That was a 33-per-cent increase from a year earlier, and surpassed 2007’s record of $32.1-billion. Foreign buyers accounted for about 27 per cent of Canadian deals in 2016, up from just 6 per cent the year before. China and Hong Kong accounted for 71 per cent of foreign commercial real estate investment; Europe made up 17 per cent, and the U.S. was 8 per cent. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/#realestate#Canada
@nicholaslepanThis is a great site breaks down what a shitty Mansion is. The person that runs this tumbler, I think is an architecture student and just tears into poorly designed houses with useless design features, and it is pretty funny to boot as well. http://www.mcmansionhell.com/#realestate
@MiningBookGuy@FundamentalAnalysis@Jayfire - good thoughts in #mbgtrends! 2009 was an incredible #macro opportunity...i wasn't even looking at stocks, and was just one of many, many people that made some 'pretty good' money (well, some made absolute fortunes!) from 'internet companies', mostly leveraging off new social media, and then it just continued into mobile. It was just ridiculous how so many opportunities appeared from ~2008-2012 (i feel like 2011-2012 was the true sweet spot for #RealEstate, at least in the US...but @Jayfire knows a ton more about that! :P )
Anyway, 'think big' with mining stocks...because I have a feeling it's going to be easy for all of us to sell ourselves short! 10-baggers are great...but why not 20, 50, or 100+ baggers!? now the bigger you go, the more you're going to need to look at #exploration stories...and of course some of 'us' (meaning 'not me') are lucky enough to be able to participate in private placements for extra juice...but i think anyone in this sector long enough will start to pick-up on early-stage exploration opportunities, realizing that 'really can' lead to the elusive 100+ bagger. Well anyway, that's what i'm trying to achieve...and the great thing is that 'exploration' is still 'very cheap' for many (not all) companies out there!
@MiningBookGuy@FundamentalAnalysis@Jayfire - but yeah, if you're happy with 10-baggers, this is still a great place to be, and it seems we all agree that $TGZ is a really good choice right now, where I think realistically think it can be a 10-bagger over the next few years with a combination of #exploration / #development / #production success. So no need to go 'deep' into exploration to have a lot of success in this sector!
And to @jayfire's point, it would be pretty awesome to transfer gains from this sector as it approaches highs in a few years, buying another one at the lows! (like he has been doing from #realestate to #mining ) #mbgtrends