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US Dollar = Canadian Dollar

Although I thought it wouldn’t happen until at least the end of this month, the USD is now equal to the CDN. In reality it’s actually now worth a little bit less. although temporarily negligible I suspect it will significantly widen before it settles down.

As I look at it this very moment: $1.00 USD = $0.9984 CDN

As a Canadian I should be rooting for a stronger CDN dollar to increase my purchasing power, but as the founder and majority owner of LandlordMax I’m rooting for a stronger USD because 86% of our sales are to the US and hence in USD.

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  •     Anthony
    · September 27th, 2007  · 6:22 am  · Permalink

    Interesting article on the Washington Post regarding the USD/CAD exchange rate:

  •     Steph
    · September 30th, 2007  · 12:16 pm  · Permalink

    Thank you for the link to the article Anthony. It was indeed a very interesting read.

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