Dow Futures Steady After Surprising US-China Truce Breakthrough

Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) futures were slightly lower on Thursday. Chinese officials struck an optimistic tone overnight, pledging to “grow China-US relations with goodwill and sincerity.” The remarks will settle Wall Street nerves over recent Sino-US relations. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures were marginally lower in premarket trading Thursday, down 47 points. The index […]

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The Decentralized Web Has Plans, if Not Solutions, to the Misinformation Nightmare

Last week President Donald Trump accused Twitter of stifling his speech after it accused him of spreading misinformation.  In an escalating series of actions, Twitter took the unprecedented step of fact-checking the U.S. President and then shielded another presidential tweet for “glorifying violence.” In response, Trump pushed out an executive order taking aim at a […]

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Billionaire Investors Aren’t the Only Ones Predicting a Stock Market Crash

Billionaire investors have warned that the stock market is overvalued. A majority of investors believe the next big market move will be down. A second wave of coronavirus cases and stock overvaluation could cause a market crash. A few days ago, billionaire investors warned that the U.S. stock market could crash as stocks are overvalued. […]

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Government Report Predicts Coronavirus Spread to Soar As Weather Warms

The Washington Post published a coronavirus report from the U.S. government today. The report stated that daily coronavirus deaths could climb to 3,000 by June 1st. Some states have started to reopen their economies even though warm weather is clearly not slowing the spread. One of Donald Trump’s big early defenses against the coronavirus was […]

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America’s $2 Trillion Crush on Jerome Powell Will Disappear Come Payback Time

More Americans have confidence in Jerome Powell than any Federal Reserve chair since Alan Greenspan. His decisive $2 trillion stimulus packages mean more Americans think he will do the right thing than Donald Trump. But how will Americans react when Powell’s generosity ends, and the bill has to be paid? America has a soft spot […]

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Optimism Is Coming Back in the Stock Market – Will it Last?

Optimism is gaining the stock market, as COVID-19 cases and deaths are declining globally. While lockdown measures appear to be working, we shouldn’t be too optimistic as a second wave of infections might occur. Stocks are trading at attractive valuations, but we should stay prudent since more downsides are likely. Global stock markets surged on […]

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The Coronavirus Crisis Can Reshape America’s Future – For the Better

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, American life is up-in-the-air as President Trump warns of a “rough week” ahead. It’s important to analyze an “after” once the virus has run its course and no more confirmed cases are announced. The “after” will be co-dependent on what lessons the U.S. and other countries take heed of after the […]

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Trump Rips Thomas Massie for Delays While Stalling on Ventilator Decision

Donald Trump attacked congressman Thomas Massie today for requesting a roll call vote. While Massie’s delay is ignorant, it’s not nearly as ignorant as Trump’s delays in coronavirus response. The Trump regime is sending mixed messages about ventilators and proving themselves unfit to lead a nation through a crisis. Donald Trump is taking his anger […]

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