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Market Talk – May 14, 2020

  ASIA: Market disruptions triggered by the coronavirus crisis have sent more capital into Chinese stocks and some strategists see this as part of a [...]

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The Stupidity of Politicians Who Listened to Neil Ferguson

Today, the West is desperately trying to point the finger at China. In doing so, they are trying to deflect the problem as the politicians who authorized this [...]

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The Battle Over the Virus is Unsettling World Peace

  The demand to investigate and blame China is really not entirely justified. China did not order the lockdown on a global scale. It seems like blaming China [...]

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CNN Turns to Greta as a Virus Expert?

It is beyond comprehension that now a 16-year-old climate activist is suddenly also a health expert. CNN cares nothing about the country, the people it continues to [...]

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PRIVATE BLOG – Powell and the Gates Depression

PRIVATE BLOG – Powell and the Gates Depression Private blog posts are exclusively available to Socrates subscribers. To sign-up for Socrates or to learn more, [...]

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Notice Regarding SEC Inquiries

  Has anyone heard of the SEC’s requesting information from registrants who have disclosed the receipt of PPP funds in their filings?  Specifically, we’ve [...]

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Market Talk – May 13, 2020

ASIA: China has warned the US that stopping US government’s main pension fund from investing in Chinese equities will only hurt US investors. Trump administration [...]

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Democrats Try to Eliminate Proof of Who You Are to Vote

  Just when you thought it could not get any more corrupt, the Democrats have demonstrated to the world that they are beyond all morality, ethics, and are [...]

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Gates & Modi Connection from India

It has been no secret that Modi of India has been desperately trying to force his nation out of cash and into the world of electronic currency. It has long been [...]

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It’s Not All Bad

COMMENT: Hello Martin, My wife and I had to visit a small village near where we live today, as we needed to buy something from the pharmacist. When we arrived at [...]

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