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Daily Digest 6/21 - The Great British Trade-Off, Why Young Americans Are Giving Up on Capitalism

Tuesday, June 21, 2016, 11:31 AM
  • Senate rejects series of gun measures
  • The Great British Trade-Off
  • Home Is Where The Fraud Is
  • Why Young Americans Are Giving Up on Capitalism
  • The Gold to Silver Ratio is Bullish for Both Gold and Silver
  • 10 years after housing peaked, US is more of a renter nation
  • Peak Oil Consumption Dead Ahead But Price is Anybody's Guess
  • How The Brexit Vote Will Impact Oil Prices
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Daily Digest 6/20 - Rare 'Strawberry Moon' Tonight, The Ugly Underbelly Of Oil Shipping

Monday, June 20, 2016, 10:09 AM
  • E.U. Countries Warn Britain on ‘Brexit’: You’ll Pay if You Leave Us
  • Will The UK Write History Towards Freedom?
  • The Case For Free Money
  • Senate to vote on gun bills which are unlikely to pass
  • Will Gold’s Bullish Price Chart Outperform Gold’s 5 Bearish Indicators?
  • How the Lowly Mosquito Helped America Win Independence
  • Slavery At Sea: The Ugly Underbelly Of Oil Shipping
  • This Year’s Summer Solstice Comes With a Rare Strawberry Moon
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Daily Digest 6/19 - The World Nears Peak Fossil Fuels for Electricity, The 21st Century Farm

Sunday, June 19, 2016, 1:01 PM
  • Venezuelans Ransack Stores as Hunger Grips the Nation
  • Teen hacks Pentagon websites, gets thanked for finding 'bugs'
  • Obama’s most unusual legacy? Being a good dad
  • The World Nears Peak Fossil Fuels for Electricity
  • Why This Time is Completely, Utterly, Totally Different...Like the Difference between a Hurricane and an Ice Age
  • It’s the first new U.S. nuclear reactor in decades. And climate change has made that a very big deal.
  • How Climate Change Unleashed Humans Upon South America’s Megabeasts
  • Self-driving tractors and data science: we visit a modern farm
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Daily Digest 6/18 - The Workforce That Won't Retire, Probiotics On The Brain

Saturday, June 18, 2016, 10:36 AM
  • First Brexit Poll After Jo Cox Death Reveals Stunning Result
  • Britain Asks if Tone of ‘Brexit’ Campaign Made Violence Inevitable
  • Renting Rooms to Travelers Can Be a Source of Income Later in Life
  • Belgium arrests 12 in counter-terrorism raids
  • ‘Flash Boys’ pass: IEX exchange approved by SEC
  • Probiotics on the brain: One gut microbe reverses autism-like symptoms in mice
  • The Workforce That Won't Retire
  • Why Billions in Proven Shale Oil Reserves Suddenly Became Unproven
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Daily Digest 6/17 - Good News Friday: VW’s Future Is Electric, How Bees Make Beer More Delicious

Friday, June 17, 2016, 10:49 AM
  • FBI: US Homicide Rate at 51-Year Low
  • Americans Give More Than $1B To Charity Every Day
  • The Invisible Forces Behind All of Our Decision-Making
  • Exclusive: In your sugary shake, Mars may not be lovin’ it
  • Home Free: How a New York State prisoner became a jailhouse lawyer, and changed the system
  • After emissions scandal, VW’s roadmap for the future is aggressive on electric
  • Amazing Time-Lapse: Bees Hatch Before Your Eyes
  • How Honeybees Make Our Beer Even More Delicious
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Daily Digest 6/16 - NZ Is A 'Nation Of Debt', AZ Could Be Out of Water in Six Years

Thursday, June 16, 2016, 11:18 AM
  • Nation of Debt: New Zealand sitting on half-trillion-dollar debt bomb 
  • Investors hold biggest cash pile since 2001 as world gloom deepens
  • Libyan Fund Claims Goldman Sachs Exploited Its Financial Naïveté
  • The biggest questions about gun violence that researchers would still like to see answered
  • Malcolm Gladwell: Why mass shootings, like Orlando's club attack, keep happening
  • Gold Bull Or Bear Market: Why June 2016 Is The Most Important Month Of The Decade
  • A Whiff of Sulphur
  • Arizona Could Be Out of Water in Six Years
  • 'Biblical' moth influx threatens to devastate crops
  • Wall Street Journal accepts environmentalist ad but charges extra
  • May marks one more record hot month for the world 
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Daily Digest 6/15 - Premiums And Property Taxes On The Rise, Japanese Gov't Bond Yields Fall

Wednesday, June 15, 2016, 8:26 AM
  • Idaho health insurers want to raise premiums 27%
  • Chicago's Property Taxes Jump Nearly 13 Percent
  • Venezuela in talks with China for grace period in oil-for-loans deal - source
  • 5 things to look for in Chicago annual financial report
  • Junk Debt Mountain Hangs Over Corporate Canada
  • New York’s $178 Billion Pension Sees Returns Lag as Stocks Fall
  • $12 trillion of QE and the lowest rates in 5,000 years ... for this?
  • Charting the lowest interest rates in 5,000 years, worst commodity returns in 80 years
  • Japanese government bond yields fall to fresh lows
  • German 10-Year Government Bond Yields Dip Below Zero for First Time
  • Canada Household Debt Remains Near Record 165% of Income in 1Q
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Daily Digest 6/14 - The 'Smart Money' Not Worried About Brexit, Why Do Bee Colonies Collapse?

Tuesday, June 14, 2016, 9:01 AM
  • The Smart Money That's Not Worried About the U.K. Vote
  • The Good, Bad & Ugly?
  • The Standard 60/40 Bond Portfolio Won't Survive The Next Decade
  • The Chilling Effect of Fear at America's Colleges
  • Get Ready for the World of Driverless, Electric, Shared Cars
  • Addressing Climate Change Could Be More Costly Than Thought
  • Why Do Bee Colonies Collapse?
  • 'Biblical' moth influx threatens to devastate crops 
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Daily Digest 6/13 - EU Referendum Live, Was Orlando Shooter Really Acting for ISIS?

Monday, June 13, 2016, 10:11 AM
  • Was Orlando Shooter Really Acting for ISIS? For ISIS, It’s All the Same
  • "Why We Need To Beat Russia"
  • Who's Really The Fascist?
  • Capitalism Requires World War
  • EU referendum live: Gordon Brown delivers his EU speech
  • Oil Is Up 80% … And It’s Just Beginning
  • L.A. Fights To Become Greenest City In The U.S.
  • Flooding in Paris: Exceptional Weather or the New Normal? 
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Daily Digest 6/12 - 'Summer Of Shocks' Threatens Market Mayhem, Is $100 Oil On The Horizon?

Sunday, June 12, 2016, 11:34 AM
  • How a summer of shocks threatens to bring mayhem to the markets
  • China Tries to Redistribute Education to the Poor, Igniting Class Conflict
  • The Land Below Zero: Where Negative Interest Rates Are Normal
  • While Young Britons Favor Staying in E.U., They Aren’t Big on Voting
  • The Surprising Problem With U.S. Manufacturing: It's Creating Too Many Jobs
  • Some people may live with surprisingly small brains
  • Is $100 oil on the horizon?
  • Why the Oil Price Rally Might Falter