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Paul Jay on the US-Saudi ‘Special Relationship’ – source – The Real News (10/18/2018)

Okt 18th, 2018 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

The likely murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi has inspired a new debate about the US’s “special relationship” with Saudi Arabia. TRNN’s Paul Jay and Ben Norton discuss why America sees the Saudi monarchy as a key player in its global empire, and the key role of arms sales and fossil fuels in geopolitics. The post Paul Jay on the US-Saudi ‘Special Relationship’ – source – The Real News (10/18/2018) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



Neill Franklin “Mass Incarceration and the Drug War” FFF at Spelman College in Atlanta – source – FFF (10/18/2018)

Okt 18th, 2018 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

The conference is being co-sponsored by students at Spelman, Morehouse College in Atlanta, and the Spelhouse National Action Network. The students who are hosting us are as enthusiastic about this conference as we are! This will now be the third Historically Black College and University (HBCU) at which we have held our drug-war conferences. The… The post Neill Franklin “Mass Incarceration and the Drug War” FFF at Spelman College in Atlanta – source – FFF (10/18/2018) appeared first on ... [more]



Is Technological Know-How the Key to Economic Growth? – Frank Shostak (10/18/2018)

Okt 18th, 2018 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

According to this year Nobel Prize winner in economics, Paul Romer, the technical knowledge that spills over into the creation of new products is the key to sustained economic growth. Is it however true that technical knowledge is the heart of economic growth? If this would have been the case, why do economies in the… The post Is Technological Know-How the Key to Economic Growth? – Frank Shostak (10/18/2018) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



This Key Stock Sector Completed a Bottom Formation Last Week – Mike Swanson (10/18/2018)

Okt 18th, 2018 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

Whenever the stock market takes a dip it gives us information on what is likely to become the next leading sector of the stock market, because what tends to hold up the best during a drop shows that buyers are getting in. Oilprice.com has one this week that you can read about here: http://oilprice.mobi/mQZq What… The post This Key Stock Sector Completed a Bottom Formation Last Week – Mike Swanson (10/18/2018) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



50 years old, ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ still offers insight about the future – Daniel N. Rockmore (10/18/2018)

Okt 18th, 2018 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

50 years old, ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ still offers insight about the future Even 17 years beyond 2001, spacesuits are bulkier than this. Matthew J. Cotter/Flickr, CC BY-SA Daniel N. Rockmore, Dartmouth College Watching a 50th anniversary screening of “2001: A Space Odyssey,” I found myself, a mathematician and computer scientist whose research includes work… The post 50 years old, ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ still offers insight about the future – Daniel N. Rockmore (10/18/2018) appeared first on [more]



The Corporatist War On Free Speech – Are We A Nation Of Sheep? – Ron Paul Institute (10/18/2018)

Okt 18th, 2018 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

What do we call it when the government outsources censorship to the private sector? And what about when those “private” companies are in bed with government? The latest social media purge of hundreds of alternative news sites guarantees that we will be less informed. Guarantees that our only inputs will be from the government-approved mainstream… The post The Corporatist War On Free Speech – Are We A Nation Of Sheep? – Ron Paul Institute (10/18/2018) appeared first on [more]



As ‘Gruesome’ New Details of Khashoggi Murder Emerge, Trump Obediently Bows to Saudi Crown Prince – Jake Johnson (10/18/2018)

Okt 18th, 2018 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

As “shocking and gruesome” new details surrounding Saudi Arabia’s alleged torture and assassination of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi continued to trickle out on Tuesday—with anonymous Turkish officials telling the press that the prominent dissident was beaten, killed by lethal injection, and cut into pieces by the head autopsy doctor of the Saudi defense forces—U.S.… The post As ‘Gruesome’ New Details of Khashoggi Murder Emerge, Trump Obediently Bows to Saudi Crown Prince – Jake Johnson (10/18/2018) appeared first on ... [more]



Interview – Last Week’s Market Drop Not Panic Selling – Mike Swanson (10/17/2018)

Okt 17th, 2018 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

Last week’s US stock market drop brought a bid into gold and mining stocks that is likely to last. The post Interview – Last Week’s Market Drop Not Panic Selling – Mike Swanson (10/17/2018) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



US Equities Mount Impressive Early Recovery – Chris Vermeulen (10/17/2018)

Okt 17th, 2018 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

As fast as the downside breakout occurred, the upside recovery appears to be taking place as Q3 Earnings begin to hit the news wires.  This past weekend, the news cycles and market experts all seemed to have opinions about where the US equities market was headed after last week’s price collapse.  We’ve read everything from… The post US Equities Mount Impressive Early Recovery – Chris Vermeulen (10/17/2018) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



Bitcoin Has Had A Bad 2018 – source – CNBC (10/17/2018)

Okt 17th, 2018 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

After the bitcoin bubble of late 2017 popped, it’s been a difficult year for cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, ether, litecoin and ripple. Bitcoin was hovering around $6,600 on Oct. 8, down about 65 percent from its December 2018 highs. Crypto enthusiasts are now waiting for Wall Street to embrace digital currencies and drive more demand. The post Bitcoin Has Had A Bad 2018 – source – CNBC (10/17/2018) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.