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Enquirica Research is pleased to announce the launch of Enquirica TV.
Enquirica Research is pleased to announce the launch of Enquirica TV. Enquirica TV interviews news makers and entrepreneurs about their perspective on the economy and their sectors.
- Prestige Capital - Calgary Hotels and Conference Center, Homewood Suites by Hilton
- Prism Group of Companies - Investing In Real Estate
- Mineralfields - Canada's Largest Flow-Through Investment Fund
- Prestigious Properties - Investing in Multi Unit Rental Properties in North America
- Agcapita - RRSP Eligible Farmland Fund
- Petrocapita - Private Energy Investment Trust
- Capstone Real Estate Corporation - Investing in Phoenix Real Estate
- Westpoint Capital - Questions with Product Issuers
- Jaymor Group Of Companies
- Centurion Apartment REIT
Series 2 of Questions with Product Issuers will be released in December 2011.
Enquirica Research is a Calgary based firm focussing on the analysis of alternative asset classes and investments, primarily in western Canada. To watch Enquirica TV interviews go to www.enquirica.com.
DISCLAIMER: The opinions, estimates, projections and other information which is contained herein and derived from or attributable to persons other than ENQUIRICA is neither endorsed nor adopted by ENQUIRICA – it is presented for informational purposes only. Further, the opinions, estimates, projections and other information contained herein are not intended and are not to be construed as an offer to sell, or a solicitation to buy any securities, nor shall such opinions, estimates, projections and other information be considered as investment advice or as a recommendation to enter into any transaction.
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Enquirica is a Calgary based firm focusing on independent analysis of alternative asset classes, particularly in the exempt market in western Canada. The global economy and financial markets are interdependent systems generating enormous amounts of data, subject to ongoing ‘creative destruction’