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France’s Ghosts of ’68: General Strike vs. Macron and the Technocrat Elites – Charles (01/23/2019)

Jan 23rd, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

The Paris elites and their enablers may find that the next general strike won’t immobilize Paris, it will strangle Paris from the periphery.Eleven months ago, I posited in The Ghosts of 1968 (2/14/18) that the idealistic hope that mass demonstrations could trigger real reform had expired. The mass demonstrations of the gilets jaunes (yellow vests) in 2018 dramatically reinvigorated the… The post France’s Ghosts of ’68: General Strike vs. Macron and the Technocrat Elites – Charles (01/23/2019) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



Howestreet.com Interview: Gold, Silver and Miners Showing Promise – Mike Swanson (01/23/2019)

Jan 23rd, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

I did this interview yesterday with Jim Goddard of www.howestreet.com right as the stock market came to a close. I talked about the economic and news issues effecting the stock market, the big and shorter-term trends and what is happening with gold and mining stocks. In this interview I talked about using the 150 and… The post Howestreet.com Interview: Gold, Silver and Miners Showing Promise – Mike Swanson (01/23/2019) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



Peter Eliades On The January “Breadth Thrust” Facing Big Bear Trend – source – Marketviews.tv (01/24/2019)

Jan 23rd, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

In this interview with Ike Iossif of marketviews.tv with Mr. Peter Eliades, www.stockmarketcycles.com, Eliades discusses the bullish “Breadth Thrust” signal generated on Monday 1/7/19 vs the bearish signal generated by the market’s negative performance in Q4 of the mid-term Presidential cycle. The post Peter Eliades On The January “Breadth Thrust” Facing Big Bear Trend – source – Marketviews.tv (01/24/2019) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



Yesterday’s Stock Market Down Day Gives Us New Information – Mike Swanson (01/23/2019)

Jan 23rd, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

Yesterday the stock market took a beating as at one point the DOW fell 400 points. There were a couple of bad news items, such as the downgrading of global economic growth by the IMF, lowered expectations by JNJ, and the Trump administration canceling a meeting with Chinese trade negotiators this week, but the market… The post Yesterday’s Stock Market Down Day Gives Us New Information – Mike Swanson (01/23/2019) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



Mark Spiegel On Tesla’s Stunning Layoff Disaster – source – QTR Podcast (01/22/2019)

Jan 22nd, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

Mark Spiegel comes on to talk about Tesla stock dropping 40+ points today on news of layoffs.  QTR Podcasts are always free, but some people choose to make a small recurring donation, which is gratefully accepted: https://www.patreon.com/QTRResearch  The post Mark Spiegel On Tesla’s Stunning Layoff Disaster – source – QTR Podcast (01/22/2019) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



As Germany and France Come Apart, So Too Will the EU – Charles Hugh Smith (01/22/2019)

Jan 22nd, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

If we follow the logic and evidence presented in these seven points, we are forced to conclude that the fractures in France, Germany and the EU are widening by the day.When is a nation-state no longer a functional state? It’s an interesting question to ask of the European nation-states trapped in the devolving European Union. Longtime… The post As Germany and France Come Apart, So Too Will the EU – Charles Hugh Smith (01/22/2019) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



Japan’s modern-day hermits: The world of hikikomori – source – France 24 (01/22/2019)

Jan 22nd, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

In Japan, half a million people live isolated in their bedrooms, unable to face the outside world. These modern-day hermits are known as the hikikomori. Since April 2018, the Japanese government has been conducting a nationwide study in a bid to fully understand this strange phenomenon. Once limited to young people, it now affects the… The post Japan’s modern-day hermits: The world of hikikomori – source – France 24 (01/22/2019) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



A ‘Fundamentally Inhuman’ Economy: 26 Billionaires Own as Much as World’s 3.8 Billion Poorest People – Jake Johnson (01/22/2019)

Jan 22nd, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

With Wall Street titans, tech moguls, and other members of the global financial and political elite set to gather in Davos, Switzerland this week for the annual World Economic Forum, a report published late Sunday found that the planet’s richest people saw their fortunes soar by $2.5 billion per day last year as the world’s… The post A ‘Fundamentally Inhuman’ Economy: 26 Billionaires Own as Much as World’s 3.8 Billion Poorest People – Jake Johnson (01/22/2019) appeared first on ... [more]



Is winter miserable for wildlife? – Bridget B. Baker (01/22/2019)

Jan 22nd, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

Is winter miserable for wildlife? Yes, I am a bit chilly, why? tim elliott/Shutterstock.com Bridget B. Baker, Wayne State University While the weather outside may indeed get frightful this winter, a parka, knit hat, wool socks, insulated boots and maybe a roaring fire make things bearable for people who live in cold climates. But what… The post Is winter miserable for wildlife? – Bridget B. Baker (01/22/2019) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.



Is Tucker Right? – Devin Foley (01/22/2019)

Jan 22nd, 2019 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

Is Tucker Right? Recently, Tucker Carlson, host of Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Show, opined that the free market isn’t always good for families. Naturally, all hell broke loose from many corners of the conservative and libertarian movements. As almost anyone who works within those movements knows, the free market is not to be questioned. But… The post Is Tucker Right? – Devin Foley (01/22/2019) appeared first on WallStreetWindow.com.