Biotech And Double Digits

January 25th, 2015

Biotech 2:  After a sell-off in December, investors are starting to pour back into the biotech sector this month at rapid levels. At close of business on Thursday, the Nasdaq biotech index (Nasdaq: IBB) was up 5.81% for the month, while the S&P 500 was crawling back to break even at 0.21%.

Even though the biotech sector has experienced Read more…


The U.S. Dollar And Aircraft Carriers

January 24th, 2015

globe world finance:  It’s funny how things change when the world takes a turn for the worst.

Frackers that initially looked like the next revolution in energy and U.S. oil independence suddenly look bankrupt and uncompetitive when oil prices fall from $115 to $44.

In 2008, junk bond yields spiked from 7.5% to 23.5% as solvent bonds suddenly look Read more…

Bonds, Crude Oil, Currency, Economy, Investing, Military and Police

Pappa John’s Pizza Delivery Driver Shoots Would Be Thief In The Face

January 24th, 2015

PizzaAdan Salazar:  A Papa John’s pizza franchise outside of Atlanta made headlines last week when one of their delivery drivers used a gun to turn the tables on some thieves, but the real story was whether or not the driver would be allowed to keep her job.
Last Saturday, a 27-year-old female driver arrived at a Read more…

Economy, News Of The Weird

Anti-Gun Comments Draw Fire From Gun Manufacturer Who Provided Guns For ‘Taken 3′

January 24th, 2015

Liam Nison Taken 3Adan Salazar:  The firearm manufacturer that produced the guns for the movie Taken 3 has said it regrets its work after the film’s star, Liam Neeson, called the number of guns in America “a fucking disgrace” earlier this week.

On Monday, the Batman Begins actor made a series of disparaging remarks towards gun ownership in America when asked about the Paris terror attacks targeting the satirical paper Charlie Hebdo. Read more…

Entertainment, News Of The Weird

Sandy Hook Commission Wants To Ban All Guns That Can Fire More Than 10 Rounds Without Reloading

January 24th, 2015

assault rifle AR-15 gunAdan Salazar:  An advisory commission conceived in the wake of the Sandy Hook school shooting put forth recommendations Friday to further restrict the Second Amendment in Connecticut, calling for an all-out ban on guns “that can fire more than Read more…

Military and Police, Politics

Currency Wars: Is Surrender An Option?

January 23rd, 2015

currency-war_cartoonJohn Rubino:  Switzerland, as everyone knows by now, has slipped out the back door of the drunken orgy that is the modern financial system. And the other revelers are wondering if it’s time to find their own clothes and start tiptoeing towards the exit.

Because the Swiss have such a big “mind share” in the world of finance, it’s easy to forget how Read more…

Banking, Economy, Europe, Gold, Inflation/Deflation, World News

The State of the Technology Union

January 23rd, 2015

Global ConnectionAlex Daley:  The Internet has connected the world’s people, companies, and governments like never before. Is it any wonder then that it’s also a major focus for politicians?

In his State of the Union speech on Tuesday, President Obama once again  Read more…

Economy, Government, Technology, Today's Top News

A 600,000 Cubic Foot Blimp May Be Spying on You

January 23rd, 2015

JLENSTed Baumann:  In the summer of 1849, Austrian Field Marshall Joseph Radetzky did something no one had done before: He bombed a city from the air.

His target was Venice, then in rebellion against the Habsburg crown. During the siege, he launched a fleet of unmanned linen balloons, carrying bombs made from canister shot and gunpowder, timed to drop over the besieged city. Read more…

Government, Military and Police, News Of The Weird

Central Banks All Over The Globe Begin To Repatriate Gold Due To Increase Concerns Of Global Financial Crisis

January 23rd, 2015

Global-Financial-CrisisJeff D. Opdyke:  The great gold repatriation has begun…

Germany’s Bundesbank announced that the country repatriated 85 tons of gold from New York in 2014, far surpassing its previous estimates of 30 to 50 tons — and laying to waste Read more…

Banking, Currency, Economy, ETF, Gold, Precious Metals, Silver, Today's Top News, World News

Avoid The Oil Price Plunge And Turn To Solar Energy

January 23rd, 2015

solarKevin Michael Grace:  While some celebrated shale oil as a “boom,” Nick Hodge derided it as a “Ponzi scheme.” Today the shale sector quivers before the specter of falling oil prices, and the oil majors that have invested heavily in shale may be humbled. In this interview with Read more…

Crude Oil, Energy, Investing, Stocks, Today's Top News

Charlie Hebdo Attack Was Allowed By The Intelligence Community To Further A ‘Hidden Agenda’ Of Increased Global Spy Power

January 23rd, 2015

charliehebdocopkilledMac Salvo:  Former U.S. intelligence linguist and national security veteran Scott Rickard accused American intelligence of looking the other way to enable the Hebdo Charlie terrorist attacks in Paris that dominated headlines and reopened international talks to combat terrorism with increased spy powers. Read more…

Government, Military and Police, World News

Man Arrested For Tackling And Chocking A Licensed Concealed Carry Holder In Walmart

January 23rd, 2015

walmartAdan Salazar:  A Florida man was arrested and charged with assault Tuesday after he blindsided a legally armed Walmart shopper.

The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office says 43-year-old Michael Foster spotted Clarence Daniels, 62, with a holstered gun in the parking lot of a Walmart store. Read more…

News Of The Weird, Retail

Investor implications of QE by the ECB

January 22nd, 2015

European-Central-BankAxel Merk: Is European Central Bank (ECB) head Draghi’s determination to purchase government bonds turning Europe into a banana republic? What are the implications not only for the euro and U.S. dollar, but gold, stocks and bonds? Our analysis shows that conventional wisdom may be proven wrong in more than one way. Read more…

Banking, Bonds, Currency, Europe, Inflation/Deflation, Stocks, World News

12 Signs That The Economy Is Really Starting To Bleed Oil Patch Jobs

January 22nd, 2015

oil energyMichael Snyder:  The gravy train is over for oil workers.  All over North America, people that felt very secure about their jobs just a few weeks ago are now getting pink slips.  There are even some people that I know personally that this has happened to.  The economy is really starting to bleed oil patch jobs, and as long as the price of oil stays down at this level the job losses are going to continue.  But this is what happens when Read more…

Crude Oil, Economy, Markets, Today's Top News

The Truth About Facebooks New ‘Flagging’ Feature

January 22nd, 2015

facebookPaul Joseph Watson:  Facebook’s new ‘flagging’ feature will allow agenda-driven political agitators, governments and corporations to control the narrative and all but silence dissent. Read more…

Consumer, Government, News Of The Weird, Today's Top News

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