Daily Archives: November 18, 2015

Danielle on The Financial Survival Network

Danielle was a guest today with Kerry Lutz on The Financial Survival Network talking about recent trends in the world economy and the stock market. You can listen to an audio clip of the segment here.

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Presidential candidates most purchased by Wall Street

Want meaningful reform? Don’t elect Wall Street’s hired guns. Watch  These Presidential candidates depend on Wall Street the most:  “With most of the Republican and Democratic candidates lambasting Wall Street and seeking to capitalize on public animosity toward bankers, Yahoo … Continue reading

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Copper melt continues

As we have been reporting on for many months now, the melt in Dr copper–economic barometer to global growth–continues to fresh lows this morning.  Now at 2.08 and well below the 2.75 support range (green line below as charted by … Continue reading

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North Vancouver first to pass environment warnings on gas pumps

Further to my recent post Oil industry has made smokers of us all, North Vancouver city counsel voted unanimously Monday night, to start labeling gas pumps with warnings similar to those mandated on Canadian cigarette packs.  See:  Climate change stickers … Continue reading

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David Stockman on markets, Fed and fairies

Stockman starts his entertaining and quite informed rant at 1:22 and ends at 9:02, the preamble and afterword are the usual CNBC slapstick, “reporting from the mother ship”…funny.  More like “live from bubble-vision headquarters.”  Meanwhile viewers keep falling month after … Continue reading

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