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Signals Show Great Upside For Gold In 2019 – Bloomberg Intelligence – source – Kitco News (12/18/2018)

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Gold is showing a divergence with the dollar and stocks, indicating upside potential for the yellow metal in 2019, said Mike McGlone, senior commodity strategist at Bloomberg Intelligence. “A lot of the drivers are turning positive. The volatility of the stock markets is turning up, from the lowest ever…and the dollar has had a substantiallyThe post Signals Show Great Upside For Gold In 2019 – Bloomberg IntelligencesourceKitco News (12/18/2018) appeared first on [mehr]



Doubleline’s Jeffery Gundlach Declares “This is definitely a bear market” – source – CNBC (12/18/2018)

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Doubleline’s Jeffrey Gundlach joined CNBC’sHalftime Reportto discuss his views on the financial markets and what outlook he has for the state of the global economy. The post Doubleline’s Jeffery Gundlach DeclaresThis is definitely a bear market” – source – CNBC (12/18/2018) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



Saudis Tell US Senate ‘Where To Go’ – Time To Leave? – Ron Paul Institute (12/18/2018)

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The Saudi government has condemned a US Senate resolution accusing the Saudi Crown Prince of being responsible for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi. But bigger trouble for the Saudis might be on the horizon, as an historic Senate vote to end the US participation in the Saudi war on Yemen passed on the same day.The post Saudis Tell US SenateWhere To Go’ – Time To Leave? – Ron Paul Institute (12/18/2018) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



“Yellow Vests” and the Downward Mobility of the Middle Class – Charles Hugh Smith (12/18/2018)

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Capital garners the gains, and labor’s share continues eroding. That’s the story of the 21st century.The middle class, virtually by definition, is not prepared for downward mobility. A systemic, semi-permanent decline in the standard of living isn’t part of the implicit social contract that’s been internalized by the middle class virtually everywhere:living standards are only supposedThe post Yellow Vestsand the Downward Mobility of the Middle ClassCharles Hugh Smith (12/18/2018) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



Ignoring the Bureaucracy Isn’t the Same as Dismantling It – Doug French (12/18/2018)

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The tweeter & tariffer-in-chief Donald Trump had a bad week post election with presidential historian Douglas Brinkley telling the Washington Post , “Trump needs adulation, so heading into the midterms, holding these rallies, he was cheered and it became narcissistic fuel to his engine,” Brinkley said. “After the midterm, it’s the sober dawn of theThe post Ignoring the Bureaucracy Isn’t the Same as Dismantling ItDoug French (12/18/2018) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



Can Canada’s Tar Sands Industry Be Profitable Without Government Subsidies? – source – The Real News (12/18/2018)

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Todd Paglia of Stand Earth says Canadians taxpayers increasingly foot the bill for Canada’s fossil fuels industry on www.therealnews.com. The post Can Canada’s Tar Sands Industry Be Profitable Without Government Subsidies? – sourceThe Real News (12/18/2018) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



China’s win-at-all-costs approach suggests it will follow its own dangerous path in biomedicine – Hallam Stevens (12/18/2018)

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China’s win-at-all-costs approach suggests it will follow its own dangerous path in biomedicine Megacity Shenzhen, as seen from Hong Kong, is a center for Chinese finance and tech. AP Photo/Kin Cheung Hallam Stevens, Nanyang Technological University The world was shocked by Chinese scientist He Jiankui’s recent claim that he’d brought to term twin babies whoseThe post China’s win-at-all-costs approach suggests it will follow its own dangerous path in biomedicineHallam Stevens (12/18/2018) appeared first on [mehr]



Powerful Short Seller Jim Chanos Reveals Two New Shorts – source – CNBC (12/17/2018)

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Noted shortseller Jim Chanos discusses two companies he’s betting against now. The post Powerful Short Seller Jim Chanos Reveals Two New Shortssource – CNBC (12/17/2018) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



Worry over kids’ excessive smartphone use is more justified than ever before – Jean Twenge (12/17/2018)

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Worry over kidsexcessive smartphone use is more justified than ever before Sleep deprivation among teens spiked after 2012 – just as smartphone use became common. GCapture/Shutterstock.com Jean Twenge, San Diego State University Parents who fear their kids are spending too much time in front of screens now have more reason for concern. New researchThe post Worry over kids’ excessive smartphone use is more justified than ever beforeJean Twenge (12/17/2018) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



Borrowing From Big Tobacco’s Playbook, Johnson & Johnson Knew About Asbestos in Baby Powder for Decades: Reuters – Jessica Corbett (12/17/2018)

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A Reuters investigation published Friday charges that Johnson & Johnson, a multi-billion dollar company known for its healthcare products, knew for decades that its iconic talcum baby powderwas sometimes tainted with carcinogenic asbestos,” but concealed the information from regulators and the public. Johnson & Johnson knew for decades that asbestos lurked in its BabyThe post Borrowing From Big Tobacco’s Playbook, Johnson & Johnson Knew About Asbestos in Baby Powder for Decades: Reuters – Jessica Corbett (12/17/2018) appeared ... [mehr]