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Just hours after Donald Trump released a clip in which the presumptive Republican presidential candidate hinted at Bill Clinton's sexual transgressions which featured audio of two women - Kathleen Willey and Juanita Broaddrick - who have made rape accusations against Bill Clinton, Trump escalated his attack on Hillary and Bill Clinton in an interview with WaPo in which Trump called the circumstances of Vincent Foster’s death "very fishy." "He had intimate knowledge of what was going on,"

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NaTakallam pairs students studying Arabic with native speakers who need work.

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  Precious Metals: Fake-Rally Ends, Hostage Markets Return Written by Jeff Nielson     Back at the beginning of 2009, we had a real rally in the precious metals sector. The price of gold increased by roughly 2 ½ times. Silver led the way, rising more than double that amount. And the precious metals miners soared much higher, leveraging the gains in metals prices – as they must do, in any legitimate rally. The rally occurred immediately after the Crash of ’08,

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Brexit refers to the European Union exit by Britain. A referendum has been set for 23rd June 2016 and its result will be closely watched. Before that judgment day, here are some of the pertinent information that every investor should […] The post What Investors Should Know About Brexit appeared first on ValueWalk.

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In his latest contrarian comments to Reuters, Jeff Gundlach focused on the recent flipflopping by the Fed and its various speakers who are now positioning the market for an imminent rate hike despite the US economy still treading water, and said that while many Fed officials are "dying to raise rates," but all that matters is Janet Yellen's opinion, a glimpse of which we will get as soon as this Friday when she speaks at Harvard. "All that matters is Yellen. She is still there."  Last

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So here's a crazy and unfortunate story. On Monday evening, the NY Times posted a rather weird story suggesting that there was someone with a grudge against Gawker funding the various lawsuits against the site, including Hulk Hogan's multiple lawsuits (he recently filed another one, even more ridiculous than the first -- which resulted in a $115 million verdict against Gawker that hopefully will get tossed on appeal). The NYT piece was weird in that it was pure innuendo -- just saying that

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Looking at the racial bias of algorithms.

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Why VCs Aren’t Funding Women-Led Startups by Knowledge@Wharton What’s it like to be a female entrepreneur raising money in the male-dominated venture capital industry? It’s a question Katherine Hays, the co-founder and CEO of venture-backed Vivoom, an ad tech startup, […] The post Why VCs Aren’t Funding Women-Led Startups appeared first on ValueWalk.

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All of this could have been avoided if only the Fed has observed the “missing” and soaring rental inflation that was right in front of its nose all the time…   GMO-Free Long Term Food Storage With Organic Superfoods!     From Tyler Durden , ZH: Over the past few months (not to mention last […] The post Why The US Housing Crisis Is About To Get Much, Much Worse appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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Alasdair Macleod is preparing for the worst… Submitted by Alasdair Macleod:  World-wide, markets are horribly distorted, which spells danger not only to investors, but to businesses and their employees as well, because it is impossible to allocate capital efficiently in this financial environment. With markets everywhere disrupted by interventions from central banks, governments, and their […] The post Forget the Dollar, Eurozone is the Greatest Risk appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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The post The Real Consequences of Bank Mortgage Lending Standards appeared first on The Big Picture.

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No one officially knows just what the US military’s X-37B is being used for- it’s mission is classified…   Submitted by Mac Slavo:  One fourth the size of the space shuttle, this secretive unmanned vehicle is capable of launching into space, and returning into orbit for a landing. Created by Boeing, it is one of […] The post Meet the US Military’s Top Secret Spacecraft: “A Source of Anxiety For Weaponization of Space” appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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Has it really been 5 years!?!   In the latest Keiser Report, Max interviews the ‘Silver Guru’, David Morgan about the latest in the gold, silver and bond markets.   The post 5 Years After Failed “Crash JPMorgan, Buy Silver” Campaign, David Morgan Joins Max Keiser to Discuss Silver appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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The build out of the infrastructure for the world to move completely away from the Dollar is almost complete. You have been warned… Hand Poured 5 oz  Viking Silver Bars The post China’s Move Out of the Dollar into Gold is Almost Complete – Bill Holter appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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The current gold price correction is exactly what “the golden doctor has ordered”, as the gold price meanders calmly down towards key support that begins near $1225. In about a month, I expect the gold price to begin rising again, as buyers there return to the market with size that is large enough to send shock […] The post Current Gold Price Correction “Exactly What the Golden Doctor Ordered” – Stewart Thomson appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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Submitted by Claudio Gras via Acting-Man.com, Will the Swiss Guarantee CHF 75,000 for Every Family? In early June the Swiss will be called upon to make a historic decision. Switzerland is the first country worldwide to put the idea of an Unconditional Basic Income (of $2,500 per month for every man, woman, and child for doing absolutely nothing) to a vote and the outcome of this referendum will set a strong precedent and establish a landmark in the evolution of this debate.   The Swiss

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This past weekend in Chicago saw another five killed and 40 wounded in shootings, slightly down from Mother's day weekend when eight people were killed and 42 wounded. The two weekends are indicative of what's taking place in the homicide riddled city, in which the number of people shot so far this year is running an astonishing 50% above this time last year - what's worse, summer is not even here yet, which is traditionally the city's most violent period. Recall that 2016

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Following Trump's bombardment of Bill and Hillary Clinton over the past 24 hours, first with a video clip featuring Bill rape accusers Kathleen Willey and Juanita Broaddrick, and shortly thereafter by digging up the most sensitive skeleton in the Clintons' closet, that of Vince Foster, whose death Trump said he found "very fishy", we wondered briefly if and how Hillary would respond. We got our answer moments ago when the response came, only not from Hillary, but from one of her favorite TV

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Once upon a time, markets trembled when Greek bailout implementation headlines were announced, which is what just happened if slightly ahead of our forecast schedule... Kazimir Says Eurogroup Meeting Won’t Be an Easy One: translation - Greece will agree to everything some time around 4am — zerohedge (@zerohedge) May 24, 2016 ... and this time nobody cares. Well maybe the Greeks do, but by now even they realize that most of the "money" they receive will be used to repay creditors and

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The perennial FOIA Reform Masquerade Ball is again under way, with legislators attempting to dodge blustery requests to "cut in" by administration officials and similarly-motivated federal agencies. The dance usually ends with Congressional committee chairmen yanking needles from records and booting everyone out of the dancehall. Meanwhile, limited headway is being made in another branch of the government, far from the muffled protests of overwhelming majorities who have been shouted down by

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If anyone is still confused about the not so subtle dynamics between markets and monetary policy in China, or the country's bipolar, and ever more frequent boom and bust cycles, you won't be after seeing this chart from Socgen. If still unclear, here is SocGen's explanation: Our economists expect China’s structural deceleration to continue over the coming years and it should thus remain a major source of uncertainty for commodity prices and equity markets alike. The recent recovery in

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