The Real Costs and Benefits of a College Education with Robert Farrington

from Financial Survival Network

The risks of getting and paying for a college education have never been higher. That’s why Robert Farrington’s site is so valuable. Robert teaches Millennials how to choose and pay for college. Before undertaking 6 figure debt, it’s essential that you have a college strategy. That means, figuring out the value of your eventual diploma, assuming you make it through the rigors of higher education. Robert says, figure out what your 1st year earnings out of college will be and then don’t exceed that figure in student loans. A site that gives an invaluable view of what you’re in for is College Scorecard. There’s information here that has never been available before. It will help you and your child make a more rational decision.

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The Left Has Lost the Culture War with Bill Whittle

from Financial Survival Network

Bill Whittle is an American conservative political commentator and YouTuber. According to him, the Right has already won the culture war. It’s hard to believe, given how left-wing Hollywood is, but he’s convinced it’s true. There’s a lot of evidence to back up his thesis. Movies that feminize men and seek to push the progressive agenda are getting killed at the box office. Left-wing news outlets are dying a painful death. How much longer before the social justice warriors acknowledge defeat and throw in the towel?

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The Market is Headed Much Higher with Peter Hanks

from Financial Survival Network

Peter Hanks joined DailyFX as a Junior Analyst after contributing market insights while still a student at Loyola University Chicago where he received his degree in Finance. Actively trading since he was a teenager, Peter focuses on using fundamental analysis to trade around macroeconomic issues, while utilizing technical analysis to find attractive entry and exit points. His experience ranges from spot currency, commodities, stocks and options. In his role at DailyFX, Peter centers his attention on the US equity market, closely following earnings season and other corporate developments that are influenced by broader macroeconomic matters. To that end, he has conducted presentations on the stock market impact from themes that include trade wars, global growth, geopolitics and monetary policy at the Chicago Trader’s Expo. World stocks edged higher on Tuesday, lifted by strong earnings from big U.S. drugmakers Merck and Pfizer and expectations of another dose of policy stimulus from the U.S. Federal Reserve, while oil prices pared earlier losses. European shares slid as they headed toward their worst quarterly earnings in more than three years. The benchmark U.S. S&P 500 index eked out a fresh record high, led by Merck and Pfizer, though a disappointing profit report from Google parent Alphabet kept the technology-rich Nasdaq in the red. The index breached its all-time high set in July on Monday, spurred by hopes of a U.S.-China trade deal and expectations of another Fed rate cut. The steepening of the two- and 10-year yield curve suggests a budding risk-on sentiment among investors, now that some form of a U.S.-Sino trade agreement is likely.

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Decriminalize Prostitution Now with Kaytlin Bailey

from Financial Survival Network

Should Sex Work Be Decriminalized? Elizabeth Warren; Bernie Sanders and Kaytlin Bailey say yes. Prostitution has been called the world’s oldest profession. But outside of a handful of counties in Nevada, it’s illegal in the U.S. A movement is now gaining traction to decriminalize sex work. The City Council in Washington, D.C., and the New York state Legislature are considering separate decriminalization bills. Under decriminalization, selling and buying sex would still be illegal but would carry no criminal penalties. Several Democratic candidates for president — including Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris and Cory Booker — have said they would consider decriminalizing sex work nationwide. My main issue with Kaytlin was why not just legalize and regulate it. She’s of the opinion that the brothel owners will benefit, rather than the lowly prostitute. And what about street walkers, should we encourage them to ply their trade on the mean streets of America? Kaytlin is of the opinion, supposedly backed by research that street walkers are a result of so-called sex work being illegal. Once decriminalized all that will end. What’s your opinion?

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This Bull Market is Ready to Take Off with Crista Huff

from Financial Survival Network

Crista Huff is the lead analyst of Cabot Undervalued Stocks Advisor. She is bullish on the stock market. So are we. But is it really just a melt up or is it a sign that the real economy is taking off? We don’t really know the answer to that one yet. But we do know that a trend in motion stays in motion. And right now the trend is bullish, so until it stops, we have higher numbers to look forward to.

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Repo Rot Continues with Dave Kranzler

from Financial Survival Network

We reconnected with Dave Kranzler. The Fed would like you to believe that there’s nothing to see here. Just a seasonal blip and there’s no reason to be concerned. Dave believes there’s something far more profound taking place. Could all the credit bubbles be getting ready to pop? Is there major bank asset deterioration taking place? It’s not just the debt, it’s all the derivatives that are wrapped up around the debt. If the underlying debt blows up, so will the derivatives that were created to profit off of it. There’s a good chance that the hedge fund industry has hit hard times. The physical gold market has become detached from the paper market. Now we’re in the midst of India’s major gold buying season. Imports have shot up and so have premiums. Now things could be getting interesting. China is still buying gold every day.. They could be part of the reason why gold shot up in the summer.

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What Will Run Out First, the Chickens or the Eggs with Ned Schmidt

from Financial Survival Network

Ned Schmidt returns… The swine flu epidemic in China has reached a new phase. Chinese are now switching from pork to chicken. Currently there’s a Chinese Embargo on the importation of US chicken products, which will probably be lifted shortly. Egg demand is also increasing dramatically. Which leads to the question, Which leads to the question, which will they run out of first, the chickens or the eggs? Ned recommends a number of companies that will profit from this state of affairs. Finally, will the swine flu epidemic give China an added impetus to reach a much sought after trade agreement with Trump?

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Bernie de Groot | Junior Mining Stock Broker’s View of the Market

from Mining Stock Education

Bernie de Groot joined Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management in 2010, focusing in the junior mining industry. Bernie uses his network and experience in the industry to produce opportunities for clients. The chemistry of which includes strong management, high quality projects, good capital structure and attractive valuation with catalysts for future value enhancement. His high integrity, long-term approach to relationships has allowed him to support many elite mining entrepreneurs at early stages of their new ventures.

In this interview Bernie shares how he came to focus on junior mining investing and then subsequently became a resource stock broker. He offers his perspective on what he looks for in a possible resource investment and provides key things resource investors should know and consider from a broker’s perspective. Bernie discusses feedback he’s received from issuers and investors regarding today’s resource markets.

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Mickey Fulp’s Monthly Major Market Review for October, 2019

from Financial Survival Network

The Mercenary Geologist Michael S. “Mickey” Fulp is a Certified Professional Geologist with a B.Sc. Earth Sciences with honor from the University of Tulsa, and M.Sc. Geology from the University of New Mexico. Mickey has 35 years experience as an exploration geologist and analyst searching for economic deposits of base and precious metals, industrial minerals, coal, uranium, oil and gas, and water in North and South America, Europe, and Asia.

Stock markets were up again in October with DJIA up .5%. Dollar was down 2%. Euro up to 112. Bitcoin up to 9131. Metals were up with gold closing at 1512 and silver closing at 18.07. Palladium shot up again to 1780. WTI flat. Uranium down to 24. Pt to Pd still at all time low of .53. Gold to silver eased to 83.7. Till next month!

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Major Happenings at Trilogy Metals with Jim Gowans

from Financial Survival Network

Trilogy Metals (TMQ) is on the cusp of a major expansion/transition. And renowned mining veteran CEO Jim Gowans is the man to lead them through the next phase.

Trilogy’s Ambler District is what he calls a stranded asset. A polymetallic project with huge amounts of copper, zinc, lead, silver and gold, it’s remote location in the Arctic Circle has kept it off the radar until recently. While the resource has long been known to exist, its harsh inaccessible venue made development extremely challenging. This is exactly the type of project that Jim has brought to fruition many times in the past, as he did with the Red Dog mine located in the Northwest Arctic Borough of Alaska, just west of the Ambler District. Right now approvals are being sought for a toll road which will give road access to Ambler.

Jim is one of very few managers who has the talent and experience to such a project online. South 32 the giant Aussie mining company has an option agreement with Trilogy to obtain a 50% percent interest in Ambler in exchange for $150 million, already having invested $30 million and should they exercise it (decision due in January 2020), this could be the catalyst that’s needed to reset Trilogy’s market value.

All of this makes Trilogy Metals a stock worth your attention…

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“It’s Getting Really Weird” – Eating Bugs with Panama Orange




from Don Collins

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Death Throes of a Party

by James Howard Kunstler
Kunstler.com

Is it possible that Rep. Adam Schiff was hung out to dry by the devious Ms. Pelosi, feeding his vanity to be a one-man impeachment wrecking crew, knowing that the congressman from Hollywood would utterly blow it? Hmmmmm. Begins to look that way as Mr. Schiff’s House Intel Committee goes public this Wednesday with its soviet-style format on full display.

Well, first, why? Why allow this nitwit to stage an ersatz impeachment only to see it fail? Perhaps to cancel the Jacobin menace metastasizing in the Democratic Party and get on with the business of winning the 2020 elections — with old-school candidates hand-picked to end-run the gang of fantasists currently on display. The House Speaker must sniff the odor of failure in the wind. Joe Biden, smiling cretinously, blunders through the primary venues with a big red “L” plastered on his forehead, often uncertain of what state he’s landed in, or what direction to face the camera. Everybody over twelve in this land knows that his kid Hunter was on the grift in Ukraine, plain and simple, and that Joe assisted in the operation. Color him toast.

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How One Man is Neutralizing the Drug War (Ep. 1532)




from TomWoodsTV

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Young Americans’ Date with Socialism

by Rick Hayes
American Thinker

Universities in America have finally accomplished convincing young adults to abandon the most successful and free form of government in favor of a system that has a historical failure rate of 100%.

It is a sobering reminder of how successful the propaganda of the leftist media and higher education system has been when one realizes that socialism is viewed by nearly half of the millions of young Americans as a sociable way of life — a better way of life where they feel people work together for the good of everyone, where the wealth generated by the sweat of the worker is not accumulated into the bank accounts of a small group of the mega-wealthy.

The Democrat candidates for president continually talk about getting the wealthy to pay their fair share to make public college free and to offer free health care for everyone.

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Porn: Is it Really a Bad Habit? | Louder with Crowder




from StevenCrowder

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Now That We’ve Incentivized Sociopaths – Guess What Happens Next

by Charles Hugh Smith
Of Two Minds

As long as central banks create and distribute trillions in conscience-free credit to conscience-free financiers and corporations, the incentives for sociopathy only increase.

“Sociopath” is a word we now encounter regularly in the mainstream media, but what does it mean? Here is a list of 16 traits, many of which are visible in lionized corporate and political leaders and entrepreneurs.

One key trait is a lack of moral responsibility or conscience; the sociopath feels no remorse if he/she takes advantage of people or exploits them.

Sociopaths are masters of superficial charm, intelligence and confidence, and adept at massaging or misrepresenting reality up to and including outright lying to persuade others or get their way.

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You Can Run But You Can’t Hide | Doug Casey




from Reluctant Preppers

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The Latest Updates from Martin Armstrong – 2019.11.12

by Martin Armstrong
Armstrong Economics

Gold Standard & the Never-Ending Fantasy

The Fraud of Climate Change

REPO Crisis

Market Talk – November 11, 2019

News in America Has Become Propaganda Like Pravda Did in Russia under the Soviet Union

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Lobo Tiggre: Gold and Silver Will Head Higher and This is Where I’m Investing My Money




from Palisade Radio

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Democrats Can’t Quit Fantasizing About What They’d Do to Billionaires

Related: Michael Bloomberg can’t keep fantasizing about being president

by Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Peter Suderman, and Nick Gillespie
Reason.com

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D–Mass.) tells Amy Goodman that “Markets without rules are theft.” Sen. Bernie Sanders (I–Vt.) tweets that “billionaires should not exist.” The conversation gets people so excited that soon former cabinet secretaries are tweeting that there are no honest ways to accumulate a billion dollars, commentators are warning that “these fortunes will destroy our democracy,” and The New York Times is publishing entire news articles taking at face value the numerical fantasies of Warren’s economic advisers.

It was just another week in the 2020 Democratic presidential primaries, in other words, albeit with one main exception—the race saw the entrance of a brand new (though also old) billionaire! All of which gets a thorough round of yakking from Nick Gillespie, Peter Suderman, Matt Welch, and Katherine Mangu-Ward on today’s Reason Roundtable podcast. The gang also talks about the latest impeachment dramedy, the best arguments in favor of capitalism, and the life well lived of the late libertarian philanthropist and financial-markets investor Don Smith.

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CBS Fires “Leaker” Ashley Bianco Follow-Up – “At Will Employment” Viva Frei Vlawg




from Viva Frei

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Is the ‘Mother of all Bubbles’ About to Pop?

by Dr. Ron Paul
Ron Paul Institute

When the New York Federal Reserve began pumping billions of dollars a day into the repurchasing (repo) markets (the market banks use to make short-term loans to each other) in September, they said this would only be necessary for a few weeks. Yet, last Wednesday, almost two months after the Fed’s initial intervention, the New York Federal Reserve pumped 62.5 billion dollars into the repo market.

The New York Fed continues these emergency interventions to ensure “cash shortages” among banks don’t ever again cause interest rates for overnight loans to rise to over 10 percent, well above the Fed’s target rate.

The Federal Reserve’s bailout operations have increased its balance sheet by over 200 billion dollars since September. Investment advisor Michael Pento describes the Fed’s recent actions as Quantitative Easing (QE) “on steroids.”

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Rick Rule | In a Resource Bull Market, Just Capture the Beta




from Sprott Media

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How Crooked Are We?

by Karl Denninger
Market-Ticker.org

We’re about to find out.

You see, in the vested interest of the Saudi government, the Aramco IPO, which is getting its first launch in Saudi Arabia, has to be very successful. That’s because when they go to exchange outside of Saudi Arabia, the oil company will look more attractive.

To assure this success, it seems that the Saudi government offered a little — I wouldn’t call it coercion — but perhaps a friendly little, shall we say, invitation to invest a boatload of money from some of the many princes’ personal coffers. I wouldn’t say the Saudi government exactly used what you might call high-pressure sales tactics, but let’s just say that they made some princes an offer that they can’t refuse.

“Invitation” eh?

Uh huh.

I know how I would see this, and how we should see this.

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Google is Evil, Stealing Millions of People’s Health Records




from Timcast

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