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WEC November 3-4, 2017 – The Monetary Crisis Cycle

By admin / August 6, 2017

This year’s WEC (World Economic Conference) is time to address the beginning of the most important event perhaps in our lifetime that stands on the event horizon to begin in 2018. We have nearly reached our second target on the Dow Jones Industrial Index – 23,000. They laughed at our forecast back in 2011 that […]


Animal Rights Activists Yell About “Insulting” to Cows

By admin / July 16, 2017

  It is one thing to defend animals against physical abuse be it dogs, cats, or even cows. By the activist Len Goldberg targeting Toronto’s island airport advertisement saying it was  “insulting” to cows by simply saying they do not treat cows as “precious cargo” Goldberg posted it on his facebook page and called on everyone […]


Market Talk- July 12th, 2017

By admin / July 12, 2017

It was only the Hang Seng that saw a positive close today (+0.6%) as most digest the Trump email release and await central bank comments. As part of the safety return the JPY gained almost 1% and was last seen playing around the 113 figure. The Nikkei close lower (-0.5%) as we watched a broad […]


Market Talk- July 10th, 2017

By admin / July 10, 2017

We start the week with mixed session from Asia as Chinese reserve data showed small increase and the general trend of acceptance for Chinese 5% growth. The Japanese yen continued its decline breaching 114 and even in late US trading had was last seen around the 114.25 level. The Nikkei edged better but a small […]


Market Talk- June 30, 2017

By admin / June 30, 2017

Following a weak US session, Asia fell in sympathy with US prices then levelled as China’s core held in well, especially as PBOC set the YUAN rate at 6.7744 – the highest in a while. China’s Manufacturing data helped Shanghai but the core large cap’s suffered as the Hang Seng lost -0.8%. Japan’s CPI and […]


Market Talk- June 26th, 2017

By admin / June 26, 2017

China’s core indices continue to make ground having made their mark on the world stage last week. Both Hang Seng and Shanghai closed almost 1% higher building on recent gains as money is being reallocated towards domestic ventures rather than international, as was the talk today. The Nikkei inched higher but only as the JPY […]


State Department Investigating Hillary to Revoke Security Clearance

By admin / June 22, 2017

QUESTION: Marty; Does Hillary still have her security clearance despite what she did? Is that true? ANSWER: Believe it or not, the answer is YES. However, the State Department has opened a formal inquiry into whether former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her aides mishandled classified information. Comey testified that she and her aides were […]


In a NY Play they Stab Trump 100 Times for Entertainment

By admin / June 21, 2017

Many people have written in about my observation that the left is always violent and where revolution typically emerges. The hatred of the leftist community for anyone who disagrees with them is astonishing to say the least. I have always believed in a simple motto: I leave you alone and you leave me alone and […]


Even Switzerland has Gone Stalinistic

By admin / June 17, 2017

  The Swiss voted to allow a new oversight of the Federal Intelligence Service to spy domestically for security, of course. There were promises that this would be subject to an independent control to ensure it was not abused and become a Stalinist power. Well, it turns out that the “independent” supervision is just an internal […]


The Fate of Britain – Is This Why Cable Goes to Parity?

By admin / June 16, 2017

We have prepared a very important special report on Britain in the wake of the British election. This special report covers the forecast for the British pound (otherwise known as cable or sterling) against the dollar, euro, and the Japanese yen. Additionally, this covers the long gilts and the share market. We have also addressed […]

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