A soldier planned a gun attack on an airport so that refugees would take the blame
A German soldier found posing as a Syrian refugee has been arrested for allegedly planning a “false flag” shooting attack that would be blamed on asylum seekers. The unidentified soldier was detained when he went to retrieve a loaded pistol he had hi
Robert Shiller, noted Yale economist told CNBC today that investors should "stay in the market, because it go up 50% from here." This is good news for anyone hoping for a market correction, because Professor Shiller has been consistently wrong in his market calls for years.
Just an 'off the wall' thought. What if a president took refuge in a foreign embassy?
“Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy.” ― Henry Kissinger
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I saw a guy today begging for money at an intersection. Had a sign that said "Need money to buy stock".
Sandy posted there are no good muslims! Why does this MB attract all the racists??? LOLOL
"Short at will" Lie-Tom-Moron Infamous last quote before being completely wiped out.......LMAO
THE PLUNGE PROTECTION TEAM is real!!!! Anyone see FATS MONEY? They had a guy on who said definitively that the team is REAL....GUY adami agreed.............he said there is no WAY in his 40 years of trading the market could act this way without government intervention......He says likely Banks are in on buying stocks actively on dips.
Cop Climbs on Top of Homeless Veteran Who Was Sleeping and Pounds His Face In, Tases Him - Filming Cops
MANTECA — The raw body cam footage of a police officer who beat a non-aggressive, sleeping homeless man has surfaced online, causing outrage at and criticism of the Manteca Police
@blackoutbuzz Thanks. I agree with you completely. Of course that the technology which stands behind bitcoin (i.e. blockchain) will become as pervasive as the internet. The connected digital world could include blockchain as the economic overlay to what is increasingly becoming a seamlessly connected world of multidevice computing that includes internet of things, smartphones, wearable computing, tablets, laptops, smart home, smart autonomous cars, smart cities etc. etc. etc. The economy that the blockchain enables is not merely the movement of cryptocurrencies (money), though. It is the transfer of information and the effective allocation of resources that money has enabled.. There is also an opportunity to link blockchain development environments out to other major segments like the machine-to-machine (M2M) communication and IoT networks infrastructure for rapid application development. An example of an advanced integrated application of this kind envisioned for the farther future could be a smartwatch that can interact with smart-city traffic-sensor data to automatically reserve and pay for lane space with a bitcoin denominated smart contract...lol...Just picture yourself in an autnomous car (say, in 20 years) which takes its independent decision to pay to another autonomous cars' owners (using crypto) so that they give their way to yourself..lol...icredible...This is just an example. There're myriads of them..
There is no precedent for a 367 point one day Dow drop, and a recoup of all of the downside in the following 3 trading days in succession, at least in the past 20 years. I've searched through 20 years of charts, and it has never happened, and frankly I don't think it will this time. The Dow will continue to fight resistance (selling) here at the mid level Bollinger band, and I think we'll see a retest of at least 20,600 on the Dow. If that fails, we could head into a real correction, which would be a good thing. I expect volatility to pick up again beginning tomorrow.
time to just stick a fork in it...
no volume, no interest, mass apathy, totally disconnected from reality, rediculous valuations, massive debt, a dysfunctional Yahoo Finance Site...the list is endless. This will end Ugly when the time comes, and it may be sooner than you think.
A case can be made that central banks are shifting assets away from US Treasury securities into US stocks as a defense for (slowly) rising US interest rates which hurt bond prices.
While the US central bank doesn't buy stocks, many foreign central banks in fact do.
Those kinds of strategies fit very well with banks that can print their own currency, like the ECB and the JCB, in keeping with their trade policy supports.
Kinda explains why there has been a persistent bid in the market since Trump was elected and all his Goldman cronies appointments. In my over 20 years in the markets I have never seen six months where the futures are green every night and big losses are recouped in a few trading sessions. But I must be delusional.......