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Is The Fed Directly Monetizing US Debt?

November 16, 2019 ·  · Topic: Traditional Technical Market Research  · Relevance: bad

Is The Fed Directly Monetizing US Debt?

Authored by Chris Martenson via PeakProsperity.com, The Federal Reserve is now directly monetizing US federal debt. Sure, it’s not admitting to this. And it’s using several technical jinks and jives to offer a pretense that things are otherwise. But it’s not terribly difficult to predict what’s going to happen next: the Federal Reserve will drop the secrecy and start buying US debt openly. At a time, mind you, when […]

Resolving Creeping Communism: “We’re More Socialist Than We Think”

November 16, 2019 ·  · Topic: U S Dollar  · Relevance: not sure

Resolving Creeping Communism:

The thirtieth anniversary of the fall of the Iron Curtain coincides with a popular resurgence of communism and a drift into more socialism. A collective amnesia sees a return of the Soviet Union’s failed policies in a Marxist Labour party in Britain. Increasing socialism is expressed by US Democrats contending for the primaries. This article explains the basic economic fallacies common to both. It clarifies why state ownership of […]

Apple: Buy Now For A Near-Term Hold With Good CAGR

November 16, 2019 ·  · Topic: U S Dollar  · Relevance: bad

Apple: Buy Now For A Near-Term Hold With Good CAGR

Summary Preface: This article compares coming stock price expectations of well informed market professionals. No technological or industry competitive insights will be discussed, only insights on securities’ market price influences. Buyer-seller negotiations over large-volume blocks of thousands of stocks each US market day produce market-maker forecasts of their likely coming price ranges, including these stocks. We rank them all based on past price performance subsequent to prior forecasts with […]

Donald Trump’s long-time adviser, Roger Stone, convicted on seven charges, including witness tampering

November 15, 2019 ·  · Topic: National Security Threats  · Relevance: bad

Donald Trump's long-time adviser, Roger Stone, convicted on seven charges, including witness tampering

Roger Stone officially left Donald Trump’s campaign in 2015, but stayed around as an adviser of sorts. President Donald Trump’s former adviser, Roger Stone, has been convicted on seven charges including obstruction, witness tampering and lying to the US Congress. Roger Stone was convicted on one count of obstruction, one count of witness tampering and five counts of lying to Congress Stone worked on Donald Trump’s presidential campaign in […]

It’s Trump Vs The Deep State Vs The Rest Of Us

November 15, 2019 ·  · Topic: National Security Threats  · Relevance: bad

It's Trump Vs The Deep State Vs The Rest Of Us

Authored by Ryan McMaken via The Mises Institute, One of the best side effects of the Trump presidency has been the hostility of the so-called "deep state" or "intelligence community" directed at the president. This, in turn, has led many Americans to realize that America’s powerful, un-elected secret police agencies serve an agenda all their own . Consequently, polls show one’s views of the CIA and the FBI depend […]

“The Democrats Have The Country On A Slippery Slope”, Paul Craig Roberts

November 15, 2019 ·  · Topic: National Security Threats  · Relevance: bad

Authored by Paul Craig Roberts, The fake “whistleblower’s name – Eric Ciamerella – has been known for a long time, but not officially. Now it is official. Senator Rand Paul has officially released his name. Funny, isn’t it, that only the Republicans want Ciamerella to testify. The Democrats won’t hear of it. If the American people are paying attention, the Democrats are in trouble. When Russiagate fizzled out on […]

How The Homeless Crisis Could Soon Become An Epidemic

November 15, 2019 ·  · Topic: U S Dollar  · Relevance: not sure

How The Homeless Crisis Could Soon Become An Epidemic

Via Doug Casey’s International Man, International Man : There is a growing homeless crisis in liberal West Coast cities, including San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, and many others. People living on the street are overrunning these cities. Residents must deal with human feces, syringes, disease, and filth every day. In some areas, it’s worse than the dirtiest slums of Brazil, Kenya, and India. How did this happen? Doug Casey: Well, […]

Wool industry leadership elections on the way amid claims of dirty tricks

November 15, 2019 ·  · Topic: U S Dollar  · Relevance: bad

Wool industry leadership elections on the way amid claims of dirty tricks

Who will lead the wool industry through drought, a US-China trade war and pressure from animal activists? Accusations of dirty tricks, letters from the Agriculture Minister and questions about animal welfare — this is wool industry politics in the lead-up to an election which will help shape the sector’s future. Australian Wool Innovation has implemented 58 per cent of Ernst and Young’s recommendations on improving transparency and governance At […]

The Markets Are Continuing To Move Higher (Technically Speaking For The Week Of November 11-15)

November 15, 2019 ·  · Topic: Traditional Technical Market Research  · Relevance: not sure

The Markets Are Continuing To Move Higher (Technically Speaking For The Week Of November 11-15)

Summary International data is modestly soft. There was little US data this week. But what we did get was positive. For a third week in a row, the markets closed on a high note. International Economic Data China/Japan/Australia China Industrial production +4.7% Y/Y Retail Sales +7.2% Investment +5.2% Y/Y Auto sales down 4% Y/Y Japan GDP +1.3% Y/Y Industrial production +1.3% Y/Y Australia Unemployment +5.3% UK/EU UK Retail sales […]

NLRB Advice Memo: Lack of Coworker Support Does Not Render Pay Complaints Unprotected

November 15, 2019 ·  · Topic: National Security Threats  · Relevance: bad

NLRB Advice Memo: Lack of Coworker Support Does Not Render Pay Complaints Unprotected

November 12, the Supreme Court will hear arguments on the Trump Administration’s attempt to terminate DACA click to learn mor An employee’s complaints about his pay to coworkers was protected concerted activity under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), even though the employee was unsuccessful in enlisting any other employees to support his complaints, the Advice Division of the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) Office of the General Counsel […]

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