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Jim, In my opinion, the sad answer to the question would be no. Dave The College Admissions Scandal Is A Perfect Example Of How Deeply Corrupt America Has Become March 14, 2019 Is there anything left in this country that has not been deeply tainted by corruption? By now you have probably heard that dozens… Read more »

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You have been warned. Dave Are Airpods Dangerous? 250 Scientists Sign Petition Warning Against Cancer From Wireless Tech Including The Trendy In-Ear Headphones March 11, 2019 Apple’s popular wireless AirPods headphones may pose cancer risks to wearers, according to a United Nations and World Health Organization petition. Some 250 have signed the petition, which warns… Read more »

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Jim, Oil and gas seem to be a reoccurring theme in US adventures around the world. Dave Russia To Defend Its Venezuela Oil Assets In ‘Toughest Way Possible’ March 10, 2019 Nicolas Maduro’s staunchest international ally—Russia—reaffirmed last week its full support to the Socialist leader’s regime and his efforts to prevent what Moscow sees as… Read more »

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Via Michael Oliver’s Momentum Structural Analysis michaeloliver@olivermsa.com For MSA’s history and an introduction to its methodology visit: www.olivermsa.com Central Banks, The Stock Market, And Gold March 10, 2019 When the pillars of the asset category that “must” be defended—the stock market—begin to crumble, the central banks always come in with policy guns a blazin’. And… Read more »

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Think awhile about this great new technology. Are you hearing those voices again? What are they saying to you? Are they telling you how to vote? Are they threatening bodily harm to your loved ones, if you do not perform as instructed? This is better than Alexa screeching at you at 3 AM. Just wait until this is weaponized, and then… Read more »

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Jim, Looks like they better start up the printing presses. Dave “Abysmal, But Put It In Context”: Wall Street Reacts To Today’s Jobs Report March 8, 2019 Today’s payrolls report was so bad, that it blew right through the “just bad enough” category, and failed to even register as good news for stocks and algos,… Read more »

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California State Workers Hoarding Vacation Days, Creating $3.5-Billion Debt For Taxpayers March 7, 2019 After 36 years as a California government transportation engineer, Bijan Sartipi retired with much more than a goodbye party: He was paid $405,000 for time off he never used — one of more than 450 state workers who took home six-figure… Read more »