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The Looting Begins as Stores Close

Looting begins whenever there is a crisis of this nature and stores are ordered to close, such as during hurricanes or earthquakes. In Panama, the looting has begun. There are 200 cases of the virus in Panama, and most reported cases appear to be imported by travelers. Many places are refusing to test people unless […] read more

Is the Climate Change Preparation for the Pole Shift?

  A reader sent this is where ice storms are happening daily this summer in Calgary, Canada. In Bavaria, where I am currently, it is the hottest in 200 years. The temperature is in the 90s (32c) and hotels, restaurants do not have air conditioning because it never gets hot here. Then in Ukraine, which […] read more

Market Talk – February 27, 2019

Asia: Most of the Major Asian stock indexes increased today apart from the Hang Seng dropping 30.79 points (-0.11%) to 28,740. The Nikkei 225 gained 107 points or 0.5% to 21557; the Shanghai Composite added 12 points or 0.4% to 2954; the Kospi went up 8 points or 0.4% to 2235 and the ASX 200 closed 22 […] read more

Market Talk – February 26, 2019

Asia: Most of the major Asian stocks decreased today after yesterday’s impressive rise, particularly in the Shanghai Composite. The Shanghai dropped 63bps to 2943 today. Nikkei decreased -0.37bps to 21449; Kospi decreased 25bps to 2227; Hang Seng and ASX 200 decreased 65bps and 94bps to 28772 and 6128 respectfully. Gold did not absorb any of […] read more

Update on Manipulating the World Economy

Amazon is still operating at a reduced capacity. They have restrictions on the amount of products they are accepting right now. Believe it or not, they will accept only 50 books from the print at a time. This is obviously not acceptable since 200 sell out in 15 minutes or less. Therefore, we will ship […] read more

Market Talk – January 14, 2020

ASIA: President Trump’s trade war with Beijing reduced the US’ trade deficit with China last year, although Chinese manufacturers still export far more to the US than vice versa. China’s widening surplus provided ready ammunition to the Trump administration as it placed round after round of tariffs on the country’s goods to get Beijing to […] read more

Are Hedge Funds Really Sophisticated?

The hedge fund CANARSIE CAPITAL, LLC of New York City lost more than 98% in a single year. Owen Li, former Raj Rajaratnam’s Galleon Group trader, lost just about everything out of $100 million leaving just $200,000 behind. In a letter to investors he apologized stating he was “acting overzealously”.  Even a simple oscillator would have warned […] read more

Japan Tax Revolt & War?

For the Japanese to ever protest it is highly unusual. Nonetheless, there is rising tension in Japan as reflected by about 200 housewives that marched down a shopping street in central Tokyo. They were protesting taxes beating pans and shouting slogans criticizing a government plan to double Japan’s 5 percent consumption tax. This tax hike in […] read more

Market Talk – December 10, 2020

  ASIA: The major Asian stock markets had a mixed day today: NIKKEI 225 decreased 61.70 points or -0.23% to 26,756.24 Shanghai increased 1.31 points or 0.04% to 3,373.28 Hang Seng decreased 92.25 points or -0.35% to 26,410.59 ASX 200 decreased 45.40 points or -0.67% to 6,683.10 Kospi decreased 9.01 points or -0.33% to 2,746.46 […] read more

HARRIS v. McRAE, 448 U.S. 297 (1980)

HARRIS v. McRAE, 448 U.S. 297 (1980) 448 U.S. 297 HARRIS, SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES v. McRAE ET AL. APPEAL FROM THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK. No. 79-1268. Argued April 21, 1980. Decided June 30, 1980. Title XIX of the Social Security Act established the Medicaid […] read more