"Their Objective Is To Create Fear…"

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Authored by Jeff Thomas via InternationalMan.com, The Social Justice trend has appeared in recent years, and has rapidly gained momentum. It appeared first on college campuses, where students accused a professor or, indeed, another student, of making a statement or using a word that was deemed socially unacceptable. The premise by the accuser was that […]

Chinese Official Tackled By US Secret Service Agent In Nuclear Football Scuffle

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A Chinese security official was tackled by a US Secret Service agent in an incident involving the U.S. “nuclear football” during President Donald Trump’s visit to Beijing last year, according to a Sunday report by Axios. The “football” or “president’s emergency satchel” is an 45-lb aluminum-framed Zero Halliburton briefcase inside a black leather “jacket,” in which a plastic card with the […]

Tuesday’s Top Stories Before the Opening Bell – Mike Swanson (02/20/2018)

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Ethereum chief warns cryptocurrencies could ‘drop to near-zero at any time’ – Market Watch Budget Deal: Short-Term Clarity, Long-Term Deficits – Charles Schwab Jittery U.S. bond market braces for supply wave – Reuters Paul Tudor Jones: I’d rather be holding hot coal than U.S. Treasury bonds – Yahoo Finance Comparing Japan’s Lost Decade with the… […]

The Writing's On The Wall

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Authored by Sven Henrich via NorthmanTrader.com, Many times people’s eyes glaze over when it comes to macro analysis and I get it. Macro analysis is by definition: Macro. It’s like watching a glacier melt and it only becomes of concern when the glacier structure collapses and you just happen to be in front of it. […]

Monday Evening Links

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[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Track U.S. Futures Down; Dollar Steady: Markets Wrap [Reuters] EU chooses Spain’s de Guindos for ECB vice-chair, paving way for German head [Bloomberg] Tudor Veteran Says Just a Little More Inflation Could Rock Bonds [CNBC] Bonds are entering a rising rates cycle for the first time since the 1940s, which could be ‘worrisome’ [Reuters] Turkey warns Syrian […]

"Christianity Is Europe's Last Hope" – Hungary's Orban Calls For Global Anti-Migrant Alliance

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Hungarian leader Viktor Orbán called yesterday (18 February) for a global alliance against migration as his right-wing populist Fidesz party began campaigning for an 8 April election in which it is expected to win a third consecutive landslide victory. Popular at home but increasingly at odds politically and economically with mainstream European Union peers,  EURACTIV […]

🔴 Conditions Ripe For 1987-Style Stock Market Crash

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🔴 Conditions Ripe For 1987-Style Stock Market Crash

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Kushner In Probe Crosshairs As Mueller Shifts From Russia To China

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Special Counsel Robert Mueller has expanded his interest in Jared Kushner’s contacts with Russians to encompass the young real estate mogul’s efforts to secure financing from foreign investors for his troubled 666 Fifth Avenue property, CNN reports. If true, it would mark a significant departure from Mueller’s mandate to investigate Russian influence in the 2016 election – as […]

Here Is Goldman's Chart Showing Why The US Is Headed For "Banana Republic" Status

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Earlier today we discussed a report by Goldman Sachs which, when summarized, suggested that unless something significant changes in the coming years, the current US fiscal policy will lead to a debt catastrophe. In an unprecedented warning, the bank which spawned Trump’s chief economic advisor Gary Cohn, ironically the architect behind Trump’s fiscal strategy, warned […]

The Fed’s “Catch 22”

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Before diving into the topic, let’s be clear about one thing:  The economic definition of “inflation”  is the increase in money supply relative to the marginal increase of wealth output (GDP) in the economic system for which money supply is created. This is differentiated from “price inflation,” which would is “a general rise in prices.” […]