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By dundee

Posted: Saturday Oct 11 8:31:44PM 2008

Hi Tara, As for capital gains taxes, they have basically no impact on foreign investors as most are party to foreign tax treaties and are taxed in their homeland, not Canada. Capital gains taxes are normally altered by changing the capital gains inclusion rate. If it were lowered from 50%, the capital LOSS inclusion rate is basically altered at the same time. Since most investors will be reporting net capital losses this year (and carrying them back against prior year capital gains), they will certainly not want to see a lower inclusion rate.

By dquinton

Posted: Wednesday Oct 8 2:23:52PM 2008

See my posting in the "Trading Below Cash" thread. We do have some more independent research coming out but it has been delayed.

By longshot

Posted: Wednesday Oct 8 10:14:02AM 2008

Hey when are you going to start recomanding stock ,there got to be some bargain out there Compton, Visa , Ing , Husky what good . I presume this is where your expertice should come in .

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