October 4, 5 & 6 - Tucson, Arizona

for more information, visit the Casey website.....


The Agenda with Steve Paikin:  Fiscal Cliff-onomics

Dec 3, 2012

Teetering on the edge: BMO Financial Group strategy advisor Don Coxe

walks Steve Paikin through the five Ws of the pending fiscal cliff in the United States.


The Globe and Mail :  Don Coxe: Why Canadian banks are on 'financial heroin'...

Published Wednesday, Dec. 05 2012, 2:08 PM EST

Don Coxe reflects on how central bank decisions have put a strain on earnings.

Don Coxe is a regular contributor to the Globe and Mail

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July 2013

Don meets Stanley

2013 Events

         IIAC 2013 Conference   

“As Markets Heal, Confidence Rebuilds”

October 3, 2013 - Toronto, Canada   

For more information, visit the IIAC website....


The Agenda with Steve Paikin -  Friday Nov. 22, 2013

Steve Paikin and Don Coxe engage in 20 minutes of thought-provoking discussion: 

1)   The state of Canada’s natural resources, and Canada’s approach to development;   Diane Francis on what Canada is doing wrong;

2)   Why the rate of economic growth remains sluggish? Problems with keeping interest rates at zero. What’s the right approach?

  1. 3)  Problems in the U.S. political system, and how does Canada compare?

For a Webcast replay of the TV Broadcast, please visit  theagenda.tvo.org


Low for Long: Interest Rates and Impacts on the Canadian Economy

Calgary:     Nov 19, 2013

Policy Roundtable Luncheon

Toronto:    Nov. 22, 2013  

Benefactors Dinner


  Dean Connor, CEO, Sun Life

  Gerry McCaughey, CEO, CIBC

  Don Coxe, Chairman, Coxe Advisors

Don’s thesis: 

Free money being allocated on humungous scale to proven bad banks and bad bankers is a perversion of capitalist principles.

Together, zero-cost money and gigantic central bank monetary base growth prevent the basic interest-rate risk model from functioning effectively.

Capital is, therefore, unlikely to be allocated optimally. The continuation of zero-cost money and a suppressed yield curve forces sustained misallocation of capital—and is anti-capitalist. 

Closed door sessions provided for vigorous and provocative discussion

Why Newspapers Remain Crucial to Investors

The New York Times' sale of The Boston Globe at a knockdown price is only the latest installment of the sad story of the declining impact of newspapers on the reading population.

Those who are practiced in writing obituaries for the newspaper industry are smirking as they write of this latest capitulation to what the cynics see as the inevitable extinction of the communications equivalent of the passenger pigeon and dodo. Young people don't read newspapers, we are told. They read online.

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