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Seemed appropriate as the liquidity linkages all start to drag each other down… China stocks have almost erased The National Team’s work from Monday…   After overnight weakness, US Stocks drifted higher as always to start the day, then faded around the time Warren Buffett was interviewed on CNBC (offering little to stoke the bull’s argument), then rebounded after Europe…

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Stocks Stall On Trump Tariff Turmoil, Emerging Market Massacre


After a week like that, this seemed appropriate… Before we get started, let’s note that all is not well in the world (despite the constant happy-talk on ‘Murican media)… Global stocks are down 14% from their all-time-high in January…   Year-to-Date… US Stocks are dominating…   31-month lows for SHCOMP as Chinese stocks had another ugly week… (3rd…

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Global Stocks Slump, US Stocks Jump Despite Economic Data Dump


This seemed to sum up the month rather well… July high- (and low-) lights China CHINEXT down for 4th straight month to lowest since Jan 2015 Shanghai Composite best month since Jan 2018 DAX best month since Sept 2017 Trannies best month since Nov 2016 (US election) Dow, S&P’s best month since January 2018 Small Caps up for 5th month in a row Nasdaq up for 4th month in a row FANG…

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Stocks Soar In July Despite FANGover, Crude Carnage, Yield Curve Collapse


… sky was a combination of technology and ingenuity that seemed like … “The Drone Age.” More than 1,000 drones created the … one-foot by one-foot drones each weighing 3 pounds. Each drone shines up … fireworks.  Lighted drones of the Michigan-based Great Lakes Drone Company perform during … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Author:

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Lighted drone show sparkles and wows crowd at EAA AirVenture


Throughout the course of human history, the biggest cities have always seemed impossibly large. For many millennia, it was almost unfathomable for a city to sustain more than 1 million residents. In fact, as Visual Capitalist’s Jeff Desjardins notes, it wasn’t until the 19th century that the largest cities globally, such as London and Beijing, were able to consistently hold populations…

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Visualizing The World’s Largest Megacities By 2100


MoviePass announced a movie theater subscription plan that seemed too good to be true in 2018. As it turns out, it was. As the service bled cash, subscribers were actually the ones taking the hit, with their subscriptions being swapped, changed, or even revoked entirely. So while MoviePass isn’t the movie industry’s savior, it could illuminate a path forward for theaters to take control of their…

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MoviePass is using you to ruin the movies


The IMF chief economist said it seemed “paradoxical” that major economies were “flirting with trade war” at a time of economic expansion. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Author:

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IMF remains upbeat on global economy but trade conflicts sound a jarring note


Seemed appropriate… All of a sudden, ‘stuff’ matters: Powell hawkish Trump lawyer resigns Trump trade wars start Funding market stress surges Credit markets spike Facebook new lows Tech tax and regulation The Dow dumped over 700 points on massive volume, broke below it 100DMA to its lowest since Feb 9th…and lowest close since February 8th’s crash lows… Well that…

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After a long day of what seemed like the swamp protecting one of their dirtiest creatures, Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, just over 24 hours before he was set to retire and claim his full pension benefits. McCabe turns 50 on Sunday – the earliest he would have been eligible for his full retirement benefits. Sessions noted that both the Justice…

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Rex Tillerson seemed to be a dead man walking for months. Now the former ExxonMobil boss is out as America’s top diplomat. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Author: Robbie Gramer, Colum Lynch and Emily Tamkin

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