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Theories

Bob Rinear, February 29 2020

Be careful out there friends. The volatility has been wicked. Don’t let it whipsaw you to death. Sometimes the best play is no play. Good luck.

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Pandemic

Bob Rinear, February 26 2020

Fed money does NOT kill corona virus. Fed money does NOT make people go shopping. So the Fed’s know this, and they wonder “do we shoot our ammunition at this thing, knowing it won’t do jack squat??” I think their answer is no.

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Red Gold: China's Stealth Plan to Use Gold for World Domination

Guest Writer, February 22 2020

In short, when China really starts buying, it’s not going to be able to disguise it any longer. And that could cause a run on gold like the world has never seen before.

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Politics

Bob Rinear, February 19 2020

Trump has mentioned in his books many times, if someone screws you, screw them back 10X harder. He’s been screwed over from day one by virtually every democrat and especially the Main Stream media. I have a feeling he wants revenge and he’s going to take out what he can, ahead of November.

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Consequences

Bob Rinear, February 15 2020

The debts are so large, the lack of “dollars” so big, that they have no choice but to do all this madness. But the fact is that the minute they don’t, the WORLD markets crash.

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5 Important Lessons Absolutely No One Will Learn From Iowa

James Corbett, February 8 2020

Too bad the people who really need to hear this message stopped reading this article when they realized it wasn't really about the Iowa caucuses.

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What if it were Bad?

Bob Rinear, January 29 2020

I feel the economic fallout is however going to be bigger than most expect for China especially. When you start shutting in 50 to 100 million folks, that disrupts a lot of supply chains.

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Did Russia Just Undergo Regime Change?

James Corbett, January 25 2020

So, if we were to craft a headline for this article that avoided Betteridge's Law, what would it be? "Something Just Happened in Russia But No One Is Sure Precisely What." Hmmm.

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Meng Wanzhou’s Politicized Extradition Hearing

Stephen Lendman, January 22 2020

If Meng is extradited to the US, she’ll face a 13-count indictment, charged with bank fraud, wire fraud, conspiracy to commit bank and wire fraud, and related charges.

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When Is A Camera Not A Camera

James Corbett, January 18 2020

So The Riddle of the Camera has a very simple answer: A camera is not a camera when the EU says it isn't. And that answer says so much about the matrix in which we live.

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Earnings Season

Bob Rinear, January 15 2020

Over the next two – three weeks we’re going to hear from thousands of companies. If you’re holding individual stocks, it is worth your while to look up their earnings releases and maybe selling out a day ahead of their reports.

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The 2020s: A Peek at the Decade Ahead (Part 2)

James Corbett, January 11 2020

The 2020s could be a time of cooperation. A time of community building. A time of casting off hierarchies and the tyranny of authority. Or it could be the last gasp before the descent down the slope toward total tyranny.

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A World of Lies

Bob Rinear, January 8 2020

...like the bogus employment reports, they twist the numbers and tart them up so much their own mother wouldn’t recognize them.

 

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 The 2020s: A Peek Ahead (Part 1)

James Corbett, January 4 2020

...we'll have some rousing images of some flag or other being hoisted on Mars and be able to witness the collective head explosion of all the flat earthers, so there's something.

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The 2010s: The Decade in Review

James Corbett, December 21 2019

...the decade ahead promises to be even more chaotic, violent, transformative and—if we do not participate in the building up of meaningful alternatives—destructive decade in living memory...

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