1. With the events beginning February 15 due to the unusual weather, is there any chance that Texas will change the way energy is bought...


  2. For all those interested in GameStop battle between retail investors and Wall Street short sellers and silver short squeeze, you should watch this video...
      


  3. There is a conspiracy.  A conspiracy realist looks at the hard truth.  James Stafford is the Editor of OILPRICE.COM.  He takes us down the...
      


  4. A startup backed by Goldman Sachs, among others, has gone on the hunt for personnel for its crypto exchange. Does Goldman's participation lend more...
      


  5. There's been talk for a while about whether bitcoin has any correlation to the stock market, but it seems to be clearly moving in...
      


  6. This is a very detailed article on nature and perils of short-selling as far as weaker companies are concerned. It's from James Stafford, the editor of...
      


  7. The stage is set for an epic show; the battle lines are drawn. People across the world, some of who have never been bothered...
      


  8. A record 7 million Americans are 90 days or more behind on their auto loan payments, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York reported....


  9. How likely are bankruptcies in this current climate with prices bottoming out in the industry for basic and service companies? Any tips for doing research...
      


  10. U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Thursday urged furloughed federal workers facing a second missed paycheck to seek loans to pay their bills while...
      


  11. Jim Rickards: Brace for a Great Escape from the Dollar and a Flood of Money into Gold and Bitcoin (17 minutes)  
      


  12. October 12th The Chinese Holidays have ended. Here’s what U.S. markets are open during Columbus Day holiday Monday Last Updated: Oct. 9, 2020 at 11:55 a.m. ET...


  13. The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week for the first time in nearly four months, suggesting the labor market...
      


  14. Listen to this vintage video where a Federal Reserve representative states that The Federal Reserve is owned by private banks.  We peons are not...
      


  15. After months of shutdown, restaurants, stores and even amusement parks announced their reopening with fanfare. But now that states like Texas and Arizona are...
      


  16. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-06-01/banks-have-a-mountain-of-deposits-so-they-don-t-need-ppp-funding?srnd=premium&sref=RzXyyOXY Savings rates in the last six weeks or so have been 33% of people's gross pay, mostly because people can't fly, take vacations, eat...
      


  17. A second wave of layoffs amid weak demand and fractured supply chains is keeping new U.S. applications for unemployment benefits elevated, supporting views that...
      


  18. Thinking from a purely investment perspective, I'm only watching the Big Capital, and it truly seems to be shifting to ESC. For the first...
      


  19. This seems to be an incredible piece of news.  But I can't get my head around the bigger picture on it.  Can someone here...


  20. Bought it yesterday afternoon.  Going to hold it.  Think about it: with permanent QE and helicopter money, what do you think will happen to...


  21. Easiest trade in the world, now.  Will look to do tomorrow. EDIT:. Either I triple my money in the next two years or I go...


  22. Like half.  Then wait a week and buy with other half if S&P hits 2000.   Your average will be 2200, which is decent.  Pretty sure...


  23. Back to break even for the year.  Eh.  


  24. Too early of course and need confirmation from action tomorrow, but the fact that early rate cuts did nothing for the markets is a...


  25. And the bond markets are screaming "sell."  Yields on things like Treasuries are collapsing.   Patterns are fraying, people.  


  26. Tell me why.     Didn't have a position either way. Just curious. Also, if gold dumps when the S&P dumps, doesn't this mean that the usual "oh...


  27. Who wants to live on a hill? They're inconveniently high and hard to climb.  Also, most hills are really ugly like this one: https://envirobites.org/2019/04/22/saving-the-scrub-in-defense-of-ugly-landscapes/ Stay away...


  28. https://www.turkeytrotchicago.com/2017/10/09/hills-hills-hills/ Lovely.  Gorgeous and breezy.  Relaxing.  Excellent viewpoint.  Good exercise.  Wonderful. Who doesn't love a hill? 


  29. I'm staring at this one giant red rejection hammer on the daily.  May as well.

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