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Peak Trump. With Special Guest David Stockman – Ron Paul Institute (02/07/2019)

Feb 7th, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

Have we reached “peak Trump”? Is there no way out of the swamp? Former Reagan Administration senior official David Stockman joins today’s Liberty Report to discuss his upcoming book, Peak Trump: The Undrainable Swamp and the Fantasy of MAGA. Why are we in such a mess? How have the neocons taken over this administration and is… The post Peak Trump. With Special Guest David Stockman – Ron Paul Institute (02/07/2019) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



Pennsylvania Police Now Limited in Flagging Undocumented Immigrants to ICE – Kavitha Surana, ProPublica (02/07/2019)

Feb 7th, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

Pennsylvania Police Now Limited in Flagging Undocumented Immigrants to ICE Last year, ProPublica and The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that the Pennsylvania State Police had no guidelines preventing troopers from engaging in behavior that raised questions of racial profiling and unlawful arrests: U.S.-born Latinos said they were pulled over and asked whether they were in the… The post Pennsylvania Police Now Limited in Flagging Undocumented Immigrants to ICE – Kavitha Surana, ProPublica (02/07/2019) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



Why Austrian Economics Is More Reality-Based than the Neoclassical Approach – Jörg Guido Hülsmann (02/07/2019)

Feb 7th, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

For more than forty years, economists have routinely rejected the postulate that economic theory should be realistic. Ever since Milton Friedman (1953) sketchily outlined a positivistic methodology for economics, most students of our science have come to endorse Friedman’s view… The post Why Austrian Economics Is More Reality-Based than the Neoclassical Approach – Jörg Guido Hülsmann (02/07/2019) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



The American Presence in Iraq and the Future of the Mideast – source – i24News (02/07/2019)

Feb 7th, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

Trump appears to be slowly getting out of the Middle East, but not before asserting that he may stay in Iraq. What does a receding of the West mean in Iraq and the rest of the region? Tel Aviv University’s Moshe Dayan Center fellow Uzi Rabi analyzes. Story: Iraqi politicians hit back at US President… The post The American Presence in Iraq and the Future of the Mideast – source – i24News (02/07/2019) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



African-Americans’ economic setbacks from the Great Recession are ongoing – and could be repeated – Vincent Adejumo (02/07/2019)

Feb 7th, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

African-Americans’ economic setbacks from the Great Recession are ongoing – and could be repeated Vincent Adejumo, University of Florida The financial crisis of 2009, the worst since the Great Depression, was hard on all Americans. But arguably no group felt its sting more than African-Americans, who were already the most economically and financially vulnerable segment… The post African-Americans’ economic setbacks from the Great Recession are ongoing – and could be repeated – Vincent Adejumo (02/07/2019) appeared first on [more]



State of The Union Likely To Prompt Rotation In US Stocks – Chris Vermeulen (02/06/2019)

Feb 6th, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

These weeks State Of The Union (SOTU) address presented by President Trump is likely to roil the markets a bit – resulting in some increased market turmoil and rotation over the next 5+ days.  Additionally, we believe the tone of this message, as well as the Democratic response to the US President’s SOTU comments, will… The post State of The Union Likely To Prompt Rotation In US Stocks – Chris Vermeulen (02/06/2019) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



A Recession Survival Guide – Charles Hugh Smith (02/06/2019)

Feb 6th, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

The funny thing about slashing your budget to survive a recessionary storm is that it works wonders whether the recession is deep or shallow.We know that after 10 years of expansion, a recession is baked in. Trees don’t grow to the moon, etc. We also know that some people will hardly notice the recession while others… The post A Recession Survival Guide – Charles Hugh Smith (02/06/2019) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



Fiesta Mall: One Year After A Dead Mall Closes – source – Retail Archaeology

Feb 6th, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

In this episode Retail Archaeolgy returns to Fiesta Mall one year after it closed it doors for good. The post Fiesta Mall: One Year After A Dead Mall Closes – source – Retail Archaeology appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



The Threat of a US Government Debt Trap – Alasdair Macleod (02/06/2019)

Feb 6th, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

The issuance of debt is normally subject to a contract that it will be repaid at the end of its term, along with the coupon interest. The exception is undated bonds, when only the interest contract must be fulfilled. In practice, governments and many corporations roll over debt into new bond obligations at the end… The post The Threat of a US Government Debt Trap – Alasdair Macleod (02/06/2019) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



Turtles All the Way Down – John Hussman (02/06/2019)

Feb 6th, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

“So we have to make a distinction. If the Fed launches a fresh policy of extraordinary easing in the next downturn, the appropriate response will depend on whether market internals indicate that investors are inclined toward speculation, or whether they are inclined toward risk aversion. The central consideration here is what I call ‘uniformity’ –… The post Turtles All the Way Down – John Hussman (02/06/2019) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.