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Month: January 2020

“It’s Time To Sell” – Charles Nenner Warns “Market Will Go Down 40%”

“It’s Time To Sell” – Charles Nenner Warns “Market Will Go Down 40%” Via Greg Hunter’s, Renowned geopolitical and financial cycle expert Charles Nenner says his “stock market cycle has topped.” Look no further than the more than 400 point pounding on Monday for proof. Nenner says, “If we see a good close on the S&P futures for March below 3230, that’s only a couple of points away from here. Then we get lower price targets, and then this could turn into something much more serious… These bull markets don’t stop on a dime. So, we can go up and down and up and down… People always think there is a buying opportunity… but this market will go down in a strong, strong way.” Nenner is not waiting. He is instructing his clients that “It’s time to sell. We are totally out of stocks…” “There is a difference between insiders and small investors. Small investors are upset if they miss another two or three percent to the upside, while the big investor is afraid they can lose 40% to the downside. I am afraid they can lose 40% to the downside. I am standing aside unless I see something totally different.” On interest rates, Nenner predicted months ago that rates would go down, and they did. What does Nenner say now? Nenner says, “The same thing…” “…this is going...

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Facing Racial Tensions, Buttigieg Camp Surveyed Staff About Microaggressions

Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg’s campaign sent a survey to minority staffers asking them to list any “microaggressions” they suffered on the job. The New York Times reported Tuesday that Buttigieg national engagement coordinator Raven Hollins circulated a survey to employees in January after numerous staffers of color reported “feeling disrespected” by colleagues. Hollins asked that only minority staffers fill out the survey. “The answers are anonymous and will be used to inform our white colleagues about privilege and microaggressions,” Hollins wrote. Recent Stories in Politics McCarthy Breaks GOP Fundraising Record as Party Fights to Take Back The House Top Sanders Surrogate Appears to Parrot 9/11 Conspiracy Theory Buttigieg Hits Sanders: ‘I Don’t Measure Boldness of an Idea By … How Much Controversy It Generates’ The list of microaggressions included “Been interrupted / talked over,” “Left off a relevant email chain,” “Someone else taking credit for your idea or insight (even accidentally),” and “Been called the name of a different staff member of color.” The Times reports that the survey came because minority staffers frequently felt “disrespected” by white co-workers. Some Hispanic employees, for example, were asked by white managers to translate text into Spanish even though they did not speak the language. The former South Bend mayor’s campaign held a staff diversity meeting the day after Hollins’s survey. It quickly became emotional, with some staffers reduced to tears. Employees...

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Revealed: Trump Releases ‘Deal Of The Century’ Map Of Future “Palestinian State”

Revealed: Trump Releases ‘Deal Of The Century’ Map Of Future “Palestinian State” update: Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’ unveiled less than an hour ago alongside Netanyahu at the White House is expected to be dead on arrival, given Hamas quickly officially rejected the peace plan according to Al Arabiya, and given the Palestinian Authority is certainly expected to do the same imminently. The full lengthy document detailing the deal has now been uploaded to “I want this deal to be a great deal for the Palestinians. After 70 years this could be the last opportunity” for Palestinians to have their own state, Trump said earlier. “My vision provides a win-win opportunity for both sides. A realistic two-state solution that resolves the risk of Palestinian statehood to Israel’s security,” the president said. The road map to a two-state solution envisions a future Palestinian capital in East Jerusalem where according to Trump the US “will proudly open a US Embassy”. This is what a future State of Palestine can look like, with a capital in parts of East Jerusalem. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 28, 2020 The president subsequently tweeted out a map of what a “contiguous Palestinian state” would look like under the deal, expected to take “years” to implement (during his unveiling the plan, Trump referenced a 10-year long path, making its actual implementation sounding even more unlikely –...

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“I Believe John Bolton” Says John Kelly In Support Of Fellow Failed Trump-Handler

“I Believe John Bolton” Says John Kelly In Support Of Fellow Failed Trump-Handler Former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly has given a rubber-stamp endorsement to John Bolton’s new book-claim that President Trump tied military aid for Ukraine to his demands to investigate the Bidens. “If John Bolton says that in the book I believe John Bolton,” said Kelly, adding “John’s an honest guy. He’s a man of integrity and great character, so we’ll see what happens.” Kelly also endorsed Democratic calls to subpoena witnesses in President Trump’s impeachment trial, which would of course mean a Bolton testimony, adding that “the majority of Americans would like to hear the whole story.” Of course, in 2008 then-President George W. Bush blasted Bolton, reportedly telling a group of journalists: “Let me just say from the outset that I don’t consider Bolton credible.” (via The Federalist) Bolton was one of the primary proponents of the claim that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, requiring a ground invasion and regime change by U.S. troops. “We are confident that Saddam Hussein has hidden weapons of mass destruction and production facilities in Iraq,” Bolton said in 2002. Even after those claims were debunked and the promised weapons of mass destruction were never found, he remained a steadfast supporter of the Iraq War, claiming it couldn’t be proved that the ensuing chaos was caused by...

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Harvard Chemistry Chair & Two Chinese Nationals Arrested For Lying About China Ties, Smuggling “Biological Material”

Harvard Chemistry Chair & Two Chinese Nationals Arrested For Lying About China Ties, Smuggling “Biological Material” Will this Harvard Chemistry Department Head be remembered as the Aldrich Ames of the modern-day ‘Cold War’? In a shocking revelation made Tuesday afternoon – a revelation that will almost certainly rattle the US-China relationship at an already fragile time – a federal court unsealed indictments against Harvard professor and Chemistry Department Head Charles Lieber, along with two Chinese nationals. One is a Boston University researcher who was once a lieutenant in the People’s Liberation Army, according to prosecutors, and the second was a cancer researcher who tried to smuggle 21 vials of biological materials in his sock – allegedly. Lieber has been arrested, though it’s not clear if he’s still in custody. Though the official charge was lying to investigators, Lieber’s actions look like an unvarnished attempt at espionage, complete with an extremely seductive monetary reward. Professor Lieber Lieber was reportedly paid $50,000 a month by Wuhan University of Technology for participating in its “Thousand Talents” program, and was given more than $1.5 million to establish a lab and do research at Wuhan University of Technology, according to federal prosecutors in Boston, according to WSJ. According to prosecutors, Lieber deliberately lied to defense department officials about his “foreign research collaborations.” When Defense Department investigators asked Mr. Lieber in 2018 about his foreign...

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