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Daily Digest 7/16 - Life Diversity Below 'Safe' Levels, Are You Ready For Housing Bubble 2.0?

Saturday, July 16, 2016, 10:51 AM
  • Housing Bubble 2.0 - Are You Ready For This?
  • The Misconceptions And Pitfalls Of Options Trading
  • Jim Rickards & Max Keiser: Gold & World’s Debt Problems
  • Too Late For Gold?
  • 7 Economic And Monetary Charts That Make You Go Hmm
  • The Broad Market, Helicopters and Gold
  • The Glut Is Far From Over As Offshore Oil Storage Continues To Swell
  • Climate change department closed by Theresa May in 'plain stupid' and 'deeply worrying' move
  • The diversity of life across much of Earth has plunged below ‘safe’ levels
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Daily Digest 7/15 - Good News Friday: Paying Farmers To Go Organic, Are Walkers Smarter Than Drivers?

Friday, July 15, 2016, 11:18 AM
  • Are Walkers Smarter Than Drivers?
  • NASA’s Solar System program is just about the greatest thing ever
  • Brexit Means You Might Be Able to Afford a Scottish Castle (or Two)
  • Sticking germy fingers in your mouth may give you the upper hand on health
  • Israel's Wildlife Hospital opens first-ever blood bank for birds
  • The EPA Once Said This Was The Dirtiest City In America. Now It’s One Of Our Greenest
  • Paying Farmers to Go Organic, Even Before the Crops Come In
  • Meet a Woman Who Keeps 500 Plants in Her Brooklyn Apartment
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Daily Digest 7/14 - Shale Beats Deepwater, The Rise And Fall of the Petrodollar System

Thursday, July 14, 2016, 10:50 AM
  • IntraGovernmental Holdings: What Are They, Where They Come From, & Is IG The New QE?
  • J.P. Morgan profit falls but beats estimates
  • The Most Dangerous Stock Market Game
  • End of an Era: The Rise and Fall of the Petrodollar system
  • In World Of $50 Oil, Shale Beats Deepwater
  • Half of all US food produce is thrown away, new research suggests
  • What phony op-eds about climate change have in common
  • Fossil Fuel Industry Risks Losing $33 Trillion to Climate Change
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Daily Digest 7/13 - Italy To Face Two-Decade Recession, Social Security Insolvency Looms

Wednesday, July 13, 2016, 10:19 AM
  • Ground Zero of China’s Slowdown Leaves Locals Looking for Exit
  • Italy to face two-decade recession: IMF
  • Chicago’s total debt more than triples to over $24B in 2015
  • China’s Zombie Companies Stay Alive Despite Defaults
  • Debt to top World War II peak within 20 years
  • Bank of England's Carney hints again at more stimulus after Brexit
  • Japan’s Abe Tells Bernanke He Wants to Speed Up End of Deflation
  • Bernanke Says Bank of Japan Still has Tools for Further Easing
  • Spain and Portugal’s Budgets Found Wanting by EU Ministers
  • Social Security insolvency is now one year closer
  • Amid Brexit debacle, another EU crisis emerges: Southern Europe
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Daily Digest 7/12 - The Case For Absolute Return, Oligarchs of the Treasure Islands

Tuesday, July 12, 2016, 11:14 AM
  • The Case for Absolute Return
  • Say Goodbye to the Fourth Amendment
  • David Cameron to Resign Wednesday, Theresa May to Be Next U.K. Prime Minister
  • Pokémon Go Is a Government Surveillance Psyop Conspiracy
  • Oligarchs of the Treasure Islands
  • Reduced Viability? Banks, Insurance Companies, and Low Interest Rates
  • Amid Grim Economic Forecasts, Cubans Fear a Return to Darker Times
  • Earth's Relentless Warming Just Hit a Terrible New Threshold
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Daily Digest 7/11 - Banking Panic In Italy, The Dictator's (False) Dilemma

Monday, July 11, 2016, 11:02 AM
  • The Dictator's (False) Dilemma
  • Banking Panic in Italy
  • Artificial Intelligence Is Setting Up the Internet for a Huge Clash With Europe
  • Don’t Fall for the Jobs Data Deception 
  • Silver Prices - What Next?
  • Time To Adjust Your Wealth Plan 
  • Oakland: Police brutality protestors shut down I-880 overnight
  • Why farmland may become a more popular neighborhood amenity than a golf course
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Daily Digest 7/10 - A Week Of Bloodshed In America, World Economy Going "Nowhere Fast"

Sunday, July 10, 2016, 11:05 AM
  • Nowhere Fast: Drifting World Economy Skirts Worst But Still Lags
  • A Week Of Bloodshed In America
  • Oldest and Youngest May Determine Presidential Election
  • How George Soros Singlehandedly Created the European Refugee Crisis—and Why
  • After ‘Brexit’ Vote, Immigrants Feel a Town Turn Against Them
  • You Might Make More Money Not Taking That Unpaid Internship
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Daily Digest 7/9 - A Story Of Debt, Is America Falling Apart or Finally Waking Up?

Saturday, July 9, 2016, 11:40 AM
  • Crazy - A Story of Debt, by Grant Williams
  • Dallas Quiet After Police Shooting, but Protests Flare Elsewhere
  • Is America Falling Apart or Finally Waking Up?
  • Navigating the Dangers of a Corrupt Wall Street
  • Zika-Infected Person Dies in Utah
  • New Challengers for Lithium-Ion Batteries About To Enter The Market
  • Where will the green slime go? Florida tracks its spreading algae
  • New research explains why Antarctic sea ice has grown
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Daily Digest 7/8 - Good News Friday: Salt Of The Earth, A 'Lehman Moment' For European Banks?

Friday, July 8, 2016, 8:32 AM
  • Brexit Is a Lehman Moment for European Banks
  • It Only Took 24 Hours For The Internet To Donate $400,000 To The Family Of Alton Sterling
  • Iceland's Historic Candidate
  • Selfishness Is Learned
  • The Large Hadron Collider is quietly having a phenomenal year
  • Helpless to Prevent Cancer? Actually, Quite a Bit Is in Your Control
  • Salt Of The Earth
  • The Fall of the Sugar Goliath in Hawaii Makes Way for the Return of Kalo
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Daily Digest 7/7 - Gold Heading To $1,400, Italy Needs A Little Leniency

Thursday, July 7, 2016, 12:23 PM
  • Governments Change; The Corporatocracy Endures
  • Italy Needs a Little Leniency
  • A Sober Look At The Cryptocurrencies Bitcoin and Ethereum
  • Clinton Is Above The Law, So The Law Is Dead
  • Silver Prices – What Next?
  • Gold Heading Toward $1,400 As Bull Run Commences
  • John Butler: All Hell Breaking Loose in Europe; Banking Situation ‘Dire'
  • Peeling Back Political Deficit Illusions
  • Shell Warns Of Further Job Cuts
  • Saudi Arabia's SALIC boosts investment in G3 Canada grain company
  • The heart of the world