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Bill Holter’s Commentary Russian collusion? Obama’s open mic slip on missile defense system – CBS Jim Sinclair’s Commentary The latest from John Williams’ www.shadowstats.com – Continued Nonsense in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Reporting – First-Quarter 2017 Nominal GDP Did Not Revise; Upside Revision in Real GDP Growth, from 1.15% to 1.42%, All Was in Reduced… Read more »

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Bill Holter’s Commentary Very interesting 10 min. interview of John Podesta!  I am somewhat surprised at the tough tone and questions by Maria Bartitomo but must say it is pleasing to see!  I am sure this is only the beginning for Mr. Podesta and have to believe Hillary will also come under fire.  If 2017… Read more »

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A very interesting week so far. The dollar is now down 150 basis points in 2 1/2 days, in the old days it used to take several months to move this much. The “96”level has only two ticks to go before we see a 95 handle. Gold was flash crashed in Sunday’s access market for… Read more »

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Bill Holter’s Commentary Sung to the tune…”You’re in the army now”! Fed Raises Student Loan Rates 15% to 4.75 on 10yr Loans and Your Kid is a G-2 EmployeeJune 28, 2017 College ain’t what it used to be. And student loans are paving the way to indentured servitude possibly for the next generation. In one… Read more »

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Bill Holter’s Commentary Nothing to see here, please move along… ‘Enigma Network’ Rocks Hong Kong Markets With Sudden 90% LossesJune 27, 2017 It sounds straight out of Le Carre: “The Enigma Network.” But suddenly that phrase is sending shock waves across Hong Kong equities, in an unexpected culmination of one man’s campaign to train a… Read more »

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Bill Holter’s Commentary Pretty much what John Williams has been telling us… Durable Goods Orders Tumble (Again) In May, Still 5% Below 2007 PeakJune 26, 2017 Following a big drop in April (revised worse), May’s preliminary durable goods orders tumbled 1.1% MoM (the worst since November). Across the entire report, numbers disappointed with Capital Goods… Read more »

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If you are a person of any faith, please watch this.  If you are not, these students ask that you stop “prayer shaming”. Bill Very, VERY powerful and not a single word spoken. This is an excellent video made in the last few weeks by high school students who don’t say a word in it…. Read more »