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Bruce Whitfield reflects on a year of 'lost opportunity'

Host of The Money Show on 702 and Cape Talk, Bruce Whitfield compares 2015 to a jigsaw puzzle with pieces scattered and no one putting them together. He calls it the “year of lost opportunity”. He says he is looking forward to a big political year in 2016 with elections being top of the agenda.

While he will be working throughout the holidays, he is also looking forward to some time with his family.

2015 stands out as a year of lost opportunity! Lots of puzzle pieces and nobody’s putting the pieces together. That’s the great disappointment of this year.

Bruce Whitfield, Host of The Money Show on 702 and Cape Talk

Watch Bruce's reflections below:

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