Monthly Archives: November 2017

How Many People Got Trampled on Black Friday??

After ordering the latest gadgets on Cyber Monday, investors have a busy week ahead highlighted by a potential floor vote on tax reform. We also have an OPEC meeting to discuss continued production cuts. On the economic front, we have Prelim GDP and ISM Manufacturing PMI. Tax Reform: It looks like the Senate is planning […]

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In Alternative Media Crackdown, YouTube Censors Aceloewgold

YouTube users who click links Aceloewgold.com content are now, in some cases, met with a message discouraging them from visiting the site on the basis of it being “unsafe.” The message, seen below, implies that attempting to read an article on Aceloewgold could result in “malware, phishing attempts, or disturbing content” being delivered to your […]

Game of Thrones Saudi Style

Investors have a lot to digest this week from geo political to a potential change in fiscal policy. On the economic front, we have CPI, Retail Sales, PPI and Building Permits.   Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: Every single lobby group continues to be in lockdown, as the Senate and House versions of the tax bill […]

The Roaring Lion

In J.A. Motyer’s 1974 classic, The Day of the Lion, Motyer writes about the prophet Amos during the time of the divided Kingdom around 750 B.C. (Northern Kingdom during the reign of Jeroboam II, and Southern Kingdom during the reign of Uzziah). Similar to our time now, this was a period of relative peace and prosperity, […]

And Now the Tough Part Begins

After an extremely heavy economic week, investors have a break as they concentrate on earnings and the ongoing negotiations for passing the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.   Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: Now with every single lobby group in DC in lockdown, headlines out of the negotiations can potentially affect certain sectors. So if […]