Joe Biden’s Cold War China Bluff

Joe Biden’s Cold War China Bluff

Tensions between the United States and China blew open during the Trump administration after President Trump launched a trade war against China. Those tensions have increased during the Biden administration. Both countries have taken actions that its citizens have been told are threats against them. The United States entered an alliance with Australia and England to build a nuclear submarine fleet in the Pacific aimed to counter China. The United States has worked to build alliances against China with its neighbors. Not all of these moves have worked. For instance, it has failed to achieve...

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Read The Dire Coronavirus Report Given To Donald Trump

We are going through tough situations together this year. The first is the market meltdown and the second is the coming coronavirus storm. That latter situation has now come to the forefront with restrictions happening across the country. Where I live schools are closing and many restaurants are now only taking carry out and takeout orders. The restrictions have intensified across the country over the past few days. One reason is that President Donald Trump and his virus team were given a dire report about it produced by scientists working in the UK with a full analysis of the situation and...

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The Roots of Mass Incarceration

The Roots of Mass Incarceration

From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime: The Making of Mass Incarceration in America by Elizabeth Hinton (Harvard University Press, 2016), 449 pages. Before the war on the drugs there was the war on crime. In 1975 the police department of Washington, D.C., launched “Operation Sting” in partnership with the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms to purchase $2.4 million worth of stolen property with $67,000 in government money. Under the program, undercover police officers posed as Mafia dons operating out of a warehouse under the name PFF INC, which the authorities jokingly...

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Today’s Federal Reserve Rate Cut Marks The Start Of A New Financial Era

Today’s Federal Reserve Rate Cut Marks The Start Of A New Financial Era

Today before the open you know that the Federal Reserve is going to do an interest rate cut today, because this has been the most anticipated and talked about Federal Reserve rate cut perhaps in our lifetime. The last Federal Reserve rate cut happened in 2008. That interest rate cutting cycle began though in the Fall of 2007 and of course after it began the stock market went into a vicious bear market that culminated in a crash. In the rate cutting cycle before that after the Fed cut rates in January of 2001 in an emergency cut the stock market fell for a year and a half, although it already...

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When Will Silver Breakout Like the Gold Price Chart Did In June?

When Will Silver Breakout Like the Gold Price Chart Did In June?

In June the price of gold broke through the $1350 resistance level on the technical analysis chart. Silver has not yet broken out. Why? That is the question I talked about with David Morgan of themorgranreport.com. Like this video so that I know that you are here. Subscribe to this youtube channel for the next video update as soon as it goes live. This was actually posted up Sunday morning. If you subscribe to the channel and hit the notification bell then youtube will let you know ASAP when the next video is up. Republished from wallstreetwindow.com.

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The US Dollar Index And The Deflation/Inflation Debate

The US Dollar Index And The Deflation/Inflation Debate

If you talk about the markets in any way like I do then you are going to get people telling you that you are wrong all of the time. Even though gold has been going up a lot of people out there still do not believe that the move is real. This is one such email I got: ” You are far too bullish on metals and commodities. While there is currently a corrective wave higher, the correct analysis should be once the stock market has peaked (we should not be too far from that), most major commodities, metals, and RE will deflate to new lows. During the last recession, silver dropped from $20 to $9. We...

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Trump Tariff Tweet Blast Dumps Markets Lower

Trump Tariff Tweet Blast Dumps Markets Lower

For the past few weeks stock market investors have been expecting a resolution of the Trump tariff negotiations, with expectations growing that some sort of deal would be settled by the end of this week. Last week Trump officials such as Larry Kudlow even made positive statements saying it was coming. But this weekend Trump tweeted threats to increase tariffs by Friday – which is throwing markets in the dumps this morning as it shows that all of the positive trade talk hopes were misguided and the talk of an easy deal was misleading. That is the real implication of the tweet – it doesn’t...

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