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Canwealth Announcement: Dividend for the fourth quarter of 2017

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Dear Canwealth MIC Investors:

We are pleased to inform you that Canwealth has declared a dividend distribution for shareholders. The dividend period is from September 1, 2017 to November 30, 2017, for a total of 91 days. As of November 30, 2017, the highest dividend yield is 8.50% (compound).

Minimum investment in Canwealth Mortgage Investment Corporation is from $50,000. We distribute quarterly dividends in February, May, August, and November each year. For more inquiries, please call 778-751-8888 or send email to info@canwealthmic.com.

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Canwealth Announcement: Dividend for the third quarter of 2017

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Dear Canwealth MIC Investors:

We are pleased to inform you that Canwealth has declared a dividend distribution for shareholders. The cumulative amount of investment in 2017 has reached more than 20 million, and Canwealth mortgage amount has reached more than $30 million. The dividend period is from June 1, 2017 to August 31, 2017, for a total of 92 days. As of August 31, 2017, the highest dividend yield is 8.50% (compound).

Investment for Canwealth mortgage starts from $50,000. We distribute quarterly dividend in February, May, August, and November each year. For more inquiries, please call 778-751-8888 or send email to info@canwealthmic.com.

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An Economics Nobel awarded for Examining Reality

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This year’s economics Nobel Prize has gone to Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmström, for their work on the theory of contracts. It’s about incentives, and imperfect information, and long-term relationships. But it’s related to lots of real-world economic issues — performance pay, mergers and acquisitions, and bank lending.

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Maybe Supply-Side Economics Deserves a Second Look

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Since the Great Recession, macroeconomic discussion has been dominated by discussions of aggregate demand, and how to create more of it through monetary and fiscal policies. That has led to a strange state of affairs where those topics still dominate the debate, even though they’ve done the job economics expects of them.

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Data Geeks Are Taking Over Economics

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For a few decades, economists used to imagine how the world works, write down a theory describing their idea, and call it a day. If some statisticians came along and found some support for the theory, well, great! But usually they didn’t, and that was fine too. As one old joke put it, if an idea worked in practice, economists would ask whether it worked in theory.

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Overcoming Our Inordinate Fear of Inflation

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The harm of inflation cited in economics textbooks seems laughably unimportant. For example, inflation generates so-called shoe-leather costs — a term for the hassle of moving money from one’s brokerage or savings account to one’s checking account. This hassle is larger when prices change a lot, since you have to put spending cash in your wallet more often.

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