Monthly Archives: April 2017
Traders will be dealing with déjà vu all over again over a possible government shutdown and a string of earnings. On the economic front, we have Manufacturing PMI, the Unemployment Rate, Non-Farm Payrolls and Average Hourly Earnings. Non-Farm Payrolls & Unemployment Rate: After the disappointing US GDP figure last week, along with radio and Twitter […]
As tensions rise to an explosive fever pitch between the extreme left and Donald Trump supporters, today’s confrontation in CA is already being called the “Battle of Berkeley 4.” Watch a live stream of the clash on Aceloewgold.
Shut it down, shut it down. Investors have a busy week ahead starting with the reaction from the French Election. We have a ton of earnings data, economic data, a potential government shut down, and our first look at 1Q GDP. On the economic front, we have Consumer Confidence, Pending Home Sales, and New Home […]
In today’s French presidential elections, all of France’s mainstream ruling parties have been voted out. Populist anti-immigration candidate Marine Le Pen, and pro-globalism former banker Emmanuel Macron, will be facing off in the runoff vote on May 7th. Menawhile, both the French Socialist and French Republican Parties, which have enjoyed a prime spot in the […]
I found this false strawberry right outside my front porch steps while enjoying an ice-cold adult beverage. They’re tasteless, but easy to identify and fun to gobble up. False Strawberry The false strawberry’s leaves and berries look extremely similar to those of the real wild strawberry. Basically, they’re smaller than store-bought strawberries, with more granular […]
It seems incredibly unlikely that the blackout means North Korean attack fears have been realized, but the concern says a great deal about the perception of recent geopolitical developments.
If you are wondering why many folks are getting increasingly skeptical of the corporate media and elite politicians in this era of “fake news,” allow the below visual guide to show you 25 big reasons. Presented with minimal comment:
Today’s plant is the very common and very easy-to-identify violet. It’s mild-tasting and swiftly discoverable in many backyards, lots, and disturbed areas. Eat the leaves and flowers.
This isn’t a joke, those are the top candidates to be the next President of France. And who does this picture remind us of? hmmmmm. French Elections: After Brexit and Trump, France is now saying “Hold My Beer.” The latest polls out of the French Presidential election are showing a 4-way race between a Nationalist […]
With the cultural residue of the scandal known as Pizzagate very much still clinging to the collective consciousness, we are seeing a drastic uptick in interest regarding cases of elite or “VIP” pedophilia and human trafficking cases. Claims are floating around that the Trump administration is cracking down on VIP pedophiles, which I can’t independently […]
Well, that took long. All that American First banter and it took less than 100 days for Trump to bomb another country. Investors will spend the week watching to see if the Syria incursion becomes something bigger or if it’s just another blip on the map. Domestically, we have Michigan Sentiment and PPI during the […]
When an unsustainable economic system finally collapses, the fallout can be devastating. No one can predict precisely what the next financial crisis will look like in the United States, but if food becomes hard to obtain due to a lack of money, a broken supply chain, or other hang-ups, even knowing just a few of your area’s edible wild plants and mushrooms gives you a huge leg up over others.
Investors have a busy week ahead with a string of economic data and our first look at 1Q earnings. On the economic front, we have Manufacturing PMI, the Unemployment Rate, Non-Farm Payrolls, and Average Hourly Earnings. Non-Farm Payrolls & Unemployment Rate: On Friday (4/7), we have the release of Non-Farm Payrolls, the Unemployment Rate and Average […]
This past quarter in the markets was one of the more interesting three-month periods we’ve had in a while. Not because of what took place, but rather, the lack of what took place, considering the boiling global geopolitical climate. Almost all of Q1 unfolded against a backdrop of zero volatility and confounding complacency not seen […]