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Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com,This past week, the Dow crested 23000 sending the networks into a “tizzy.” It took about 5-minutes of crossing that magical “round number,” before questions raised of how long before the markets cross 24,000, and 25,000.The chart below shows the 1000-point milestones of the Dow going back to 2009. After a long break bet

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Always... As Bloomberg summarizes, the dollar rose, Treasuries sank and all three broad stock indexes are heading for a record close on bets a budget compromise will bring Washington closer to agreeing on Trump’s promise of tax reform. The dollar touched a three-month high and 10-year Treasury yields approached 2.4% while the Canadian dollar tumbled after inflation and retail sales miss

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Having been forced off the boards of Sprott, NovaGold, and Ivanhoe mines and excommunicated from mainstream business media following his comments earlier in the week, Gloom, Boom, & Doom Report writer Marc Faber responds to his racism allegations..."I have been labeled by the mainstream media as a racist - I don't think this corresponds at all with reality. I wrote a report about

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Just last week, amid their Model 3 "production hell," Tesla shocked the auto world with news that they would be firing hundreds of workers.  Of course, firing seasoned production staff is somewhat atypical for a 'growing' company (shrinking cash flow aside) that was already having difficulty meeting their own production schedule.  Of course, the irony was apparently 'lost' on Tesla who t

56 minutes ago (via zerohedge.com)
One year ago, the CBO forecasted that the  Fiscal 2017 US deficit (for the year ended September 30), would be in the mid-$500 billion range. It was not meant to be, however, and on Friday the Treasury reported that with outlays of $341 billion in the last month of the fiscal year, offset by $349 billion in receipts, the full year deficit grew to a nice, round and very memorable $666 billion i

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Via The Daily BellTwo years ago I moved to Florida from Massachusetts. When people found out I was moving, they would often immediately remark, “Get ready for the brutal heat and humidity!”It was their first instinct to bring up any possible negative about moving to a much more pleasant climate.About a year later, I posted pictures of vegetables we had grown, and chickens we keep. I also menti

56 minutes ago (via zerohedge.com)
Russian President Vladimir Putin has not yet formally declared his intention to seek another term as leader of Russia, but many observers noted that a sweeping speech he gave at the Valdai Discussion Club in Sochi this week served as a template for his campaign ahead of the March election.The speech’s overarching theme was to burnish Putin’s accomplishments as the man who restored &ldq

3 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
The farce is now complete.What is the best way to run schizophrenic monetary policy in a schizophrenic country, where the Fed sees "mysterious" deflation everywhere even as most ordinary consumers can't afford to pay their health insurance, resulting in Fed chair candidates ranging from the extremely hawkish end to the dovish one? Simple: if you are Donald Trump, you bring both of th

3 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
On Wednesday, we noted the renewed tightness developing in dollar funding markets. Ignoring embryonic signs of stress in the financial “plumbing” can be dangerous. The divergence of LIBOR from Fed Funds on 9 August 2007, which occurred two months prior to the peak in the Dow, always comes to mind. Fast-forwarding to the present when Mark Cabana, Bank of America’s head of US STIR, has been fi

3 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan received the patented Elizabeth Warren treatment during testimony before the Senate Banking Committee last month when the Massachusetts Senator accused him of sharing in the blame for the bank’s fraudulent sales practices and opined that he ‘should be fired’, echoing comments she made about his predecessor, John Stumpf, a year earlier.And just as the CEO




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