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Daily Digest 5/22 - Iran Won’t Freeze Output Before OPEC Mtg, The Digital Divide

Sunday, May 22, 2016, 11:08 AM
  • Unemployed Detroit Residents Are Trapped by a Digital Divide 
  • Primed To Fight Their Government 
  • A World Of Walls
  • Will The New Overtime Rules Really Hurt Workers?
  • Four hundred miles with Tesla’s autopilot forced me to trust the machine
  • Iran Won’t Freeze Oil Output Before OPEC Meeting
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Daily Digest 5/21 - 'Death Cross’ Could Be The Real Deal, Is Organic Better For Your Health?

Saturday, May 21, 2016, 10:00 AM
  • This S&P 500 'Death Cross’ Could Be The Real Deal
  • Mother of all Head & Shoulder Patterns & China Just Completed the Right Shoulder
  • Facebook ‘Trending’ List Skewed by Individual Judgment, Not Institutional Bias
  • In Sweden, an Experiment Turns Shorter Workdays Into Bigger Gains
  • International Markets Prove Hard To Conquer For U.S. LNG
  • Pray for Shade: Heat Wave Sets a Record in India
  • Is organic better for your health? A look at milk, meat, eggs, produce and fish.
  • Chicken Giant Perdue Just Nixed a Nasty Clause from Its Contracts with Farmers
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Daily Digest 5/20 - Good News Friday: The Brain Dictionary, FDA To Highlight Sugar Levels In Food

Friday, May 20, 2016, 11:39 AM
  • Hurrah For The Texas Gold Depository——-All The ‘Right People’ Hate It!
  • McDonald's (MCD) Earnings Report: Q1 2016 Conference Call Transcript
  • The Brain Dictionary
  • Lessons From America's First Memory World Champion
  • The End Of Code
  • It's official: employers can't force you to be happy. Hallelujah
  • Germany Just Got Almost All of Its Power From Renewable Energy
  • FDA Approves New Nutrition Panel that Highlights Sugar Levels
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Daily Digest 5/19 - Another Market Prop Falters, Is The Gold Rally Doomed?

Thursday, May 19, 2016, 10:58 AM
  • Another Market Prop Falters: Q1 Buyback Announcements Down 38% From Prior Year
  • ‘Trapping atoms between laser beams’: AI research tool runs Nobel Prize physics experiment
  • Undeniable Evidence That The Real Economy Is Already In Recession Mode
  • George Soros Sells Stocks, Buys More Gold, Why Investors Should Care
  • Brexit Risks In 2016 – The Movie
  • Precisely Wrong on Cash?
  • Is The Gold Rally Doomed?
  • Signals: From Gold And The S&P
  • What Does The Next OPEC Meeting Have In Store?
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Daily Digest 5/18 - Japan Sucked Into Deflation Again, U.S. Debt Dump Deepens

Wednesday, May 18, 2016, 10:19 AM
  • Sucked into deflation again - Japan's $2 cup noodle binge is sign of the times
  • Hungry Venezuelans Hunt Dogs, Cats, Pigeons as Food Runs Out
  • Aldermen on board with Emanuel borrowing another $600 million
  • IMF Proposes Eurozone Debt Relief for Greece Until 2040
  • D.C. Metro fare increases cause anger, apprehension
  • Italy 50-year bond: a sign of investors’ confidence or despair?
  • U.S. debt dump deepens in 2016
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Daily Digest 5/17 - Multiple Collapse Triggers Everywhere, A Terrible Year for Political Transparency

Tuesday, May 17, 2016, 9:36 AM
  • Why Conventional Investors Are Getting Slaughtered
  • BlackRock’s Fink Says Everyone Should Worry About China Debt
  • Neuroscience confirms that to be truly happy, you will always need something more
  • Multiple Collapse Triggers Everywhere 
  • ‘Who Is This Guy?’ In Connected Political World, Few Know Donald Trump
  • It's a Terrible Year for Political Transparency in America
  • Austin, Indiana: the HIV capital of small-town America
  • eSlice: a triple pricing economic system, designed for a reslient world
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Daily Digest 5/16 - Escape The Earnings Meltdown, What's The Arabic For Democracy?

Monday, May 16, 2016, 10:57 AM
  • What is the Arabic for democracy?
  • U.S. Breakup Becoming More Mainstream
  • Why America's Federal Debt is a Clear And Present Danger
  • Ludwig von Mises's Top 9 Quotes on Gold
  • Escape The Earnings Meltdown
  • Uncomfortable Truths About Banking and Money
  • Americans Don’t Miss Manufacturing — They Miss Unions
  • A Plan to Flood San Francisco With News on Homelessness
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Daily Digest 5/15 - It's "Death By A 1,000 Knives” For Farmers, America’s Never-Ending Oil Consumption

Sunday, May 15, 2016, 11:25 AM
  • Life On The Edge
  • In College Essays About Money, Echoes of Parents’ Attitudes
  • Money Talk: Retirement calculators are a wake-up call for undersavers
  • America’s Never-Ending Oil Consumption
  • Forget the Saudis, Nigeria's the Big Oil Worry
  • Underwater discovery reveals 14,550 year-old Florida mastodon hunters
  • For The American Farmer "It's Death By A 1,000 Knives”- US Farmland Values Plunge Most In 30 Years
  • The Ruined Neighborhoods Burned by the Alberta Wildfire
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Daily Digest 5/14 - Energy Sector Hit With Bankruptcies, What Was the Greatest Era for Innovation?

Saturday, May 14, 2016, 11:18 AM
  • Details Emerge on Global Bank Heists by Hackers
  • Unemployment Claims Spike Again As We Get More Scientific Evidence The Middle Class Is Shrinking
  • Signals From Gold and the S&P
  • A bit of debris chipped the International Space Station. That’s just one piece of a much bigger problem.
  • What Was the Greatest Era for Innovation? A Brief Guided Tour
  • Tummy problems? Just swallow this stomach-repairing origami robot made of meat
  • Energy Sector Hit With Two More Big Bankruptcies
  • WHO: Global air pollution is worsening, and poor countries are being hit the hardest
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Daily Digest 5/13 - Good News Friday: New Technology Harnesses Worms, What Quality Do The Most Successful People Share?

Friday, May 13, 2016, 9:16 AM
  • The Truth About Icelandic Happiness
  • What quality do the most successful people share? True grit 
  • Tech-Savvy Families Use Home-Built Diabetes Device
  • A Goose Pecked At The Door Of A Police Car. What She Led Them To? Unbelievable.
  • Bing bans tech support ads—because they’re mostly scams
  • The White House Launches the National Microbiome Initiative
  • EPA issues rules to cut methane, volatiles from new oil and gas sites
  • New Liquid Battery Chemistry Could Be a Game Changer
  • This New Water-Cleaning Technology Harnesses the Power of Wriggly Worms