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Oil prices surge to two year highs. Restaurants being allowed to reopen is not employment strength. Jerome Powell spooks the markets with his false sense of confidence. Bitcoin trading like a NASDAQ stock with no earnings. Free $75 credit to upgrade your post at https://indeed.com/peter Terms and conditions apply. Offer valid through March 31, 2021.… Read More

Watch: Boeing “Loyal Wingman” Stealth Drones Makes First Flight 

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About two years after we told readers the pilotless “Loyal Wingman” drone was being developed in Australia, the military unmanned aerial vehicle that uses artificial intelligence to attack enemy targets has conducted its first test flight, according to ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation).  Boeing developed the Loyal Wingman in partnership with the Defence Department and Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).… Read More

Aggregated Data Hides the Damage Done by Minimum Wage Hikes

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Democrats are again pushing to increase the federal minimum wage, this time roughly doubling it to $15 per hour. And as with every such push, that has involved invoking “rosy scenario” sales pitches about how low-wage workers will be big winners. However, such “help the poor” claims must confront the fact that, as labor economist… Read More

Hidden Credit Risk, Jobs, and the Sudden “De-Frothing” Reversal (w/ Real Vision Editorial)

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Get the Daily Briefing every weekday by subscribing to the Daily Briefing YouTube channel. Don’t miss another episode: http://rvtv.io/subscribehere Real Vision senior editor Ash Bennington welcomes managing editor Ed Harrison and editor Jack Farley to make sense of today’s confounding price action. Growthy names plummeted alongside re-opening stocks like cruise lines and airlines, only for… Read More

The Four Day Work Week Is Catching On

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As Covid has likely forever changed the work landscape for many companies, more and more institutions are even starting to experiment with a four day work week.  Awin Chief Executive Officer Adam Ross, who made the change at his company, allowing his workers to leave early on Fridays, recently told Bloomberg: “We firmly believe that happy,… Read More

British Columbia’s mineral exploration spend up 28% – report

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Nationally, despite seeing a marginal decrease, Canada’s exploration expenditure remained third in global rankings behind South America and Australia. The latest annual British Columbia Mineral and Coal Exploration Survey finds that exploration spend across the province increased by 28% year-over-year to C$422m — just short of the highs experienced in 2011 and 2013. “Though the… Read More

“Own Gold” – Dylan Grice Warns “Central Banks Are Going To Overcook The Economy”

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Authored by Mark Dittli via TheMarket.ch, Dylan Grice is concerned. The co-founder of Calderwood Capital and former strategist at SociĂ©tĂ© GĂ©nĂ©rale sees smaller and larger bubbles emerging all over financial markets. «There are clear signs of excess», says the author of the monthly «Popular Delusions» report. Still, Grice characterizes his current investment stance as reluctantly… Read More


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Benedict XVI: A Life

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Benedict XVI: A LifeBy Peter SeewaldVolume 1: Youth in Nazi Germany to the Second Vatican Council 1927–1965Published in English by Bloomsbury Continuum, London, 2020Translated by Dinah Livingstone Peter Seewald has recently published an extensive biography of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, and the work is a masterpiece which, once begun, cannot be put down. Seewald writes… Read More

SLR Chaos Sparks Wild Moves In Swap Spreads

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There is a reason why we highlighted the earlier report from Politico that FDIC Chair Jelena McWilliams said it doesn’t seem as though banking agencies need to extend the SLR extension. This matters because as we first explained two days ago in “The SLR Is All That Matters For Markets Right Now“, and as Bloomberg’s… Read More

MINING.COM MINUTE: Biggest stories of the week

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MINING.COM MINUTE is a roundup of the biggest stories from the global mining and metals industry. [embedded content] This week’s top stories: Resource nationalism surge spells rough times for miners – Read more Rio Tinto, Mongolia reach new Oyu Tolgoi expansion plan deal – Read more Copper price crashes through $4.00, down 7% – Read more… Read More

The Best Time to Short Stocks | Short Selling 101 | Zer0es TV

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Quinton Matthews, the managing member of QKM research, runs through his thesis on the best time to short single stocks. To avoid the pain of momentum trading going against you as a short-seller, Matthews suggests waiting until the stock breaks lower before initiating a position. Matthews runs through the shocking math behind this strategy. Although… Read More