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U.S. Stocks Rise With Dollar as Commodities Climb: Markets Wrap (Bloomberg)

U.S. stocks rose to records as commodities from copper to crude surged and retailer results topped estimates. The dollar resumed its advance amid fresh signs global growth has started to accelerate.

Dollar rises after Fed comments; euro weakens (Market Watch)

The dollar gained against its rival currencies Tuesday, as comments from a Federal Reserve official drove up U.S. Treasury yields in Asia, along with demand for the U.S. currency.

Oil prices rise as investors increase their bullish bets (Market Watch)

Crude futures moved higher Tuesday as investors held onto their bullish positions, betting on the supply to tighten as major oil producers cut their output.

The Donald Trump Stock Rally: Who’s Winning and Losing (Fortune)

The companies that President Trump tweets about get the attention (hello, Nordstrom), but those aren’t the ones whose stocks have been affected most by the White House agenda.

China stocks rise as investors see a bull market on the horizon (Market Watch)

Asian stocks ended mostly higher Tuesday, with Japanese equities rising as the yen pulled back against the U.S. dollar while banking stocks bolstered gains in Chinese trade.

Euro-Area Economic Recovery Broadens as France Outpaces Germany (Bloomberg)

A gauge for economic activity rose to the highest level in almost six years in February, following previous signals that the region’s frail recovery is finally taking shape. National gauges showed France outpacing Germany for the first time since 2012 — a development that could signal growth in the 19-nation region is becoming more broad-based.

Records for U.S. stocks hang in the balance ahead of Wal-Mart results, PMI data (Market Watch)

U.S. stock futures pointed to a moderately higher start for Wall Street on Tuesday, poised for another shot at record territory that may hinge on the outcome of manufacturing and service surveys due later.

6 charts that show how the 'gig economy' has changed Britain – and why it's not a good thing (Business Insider)

Tax incentives such as low rates of corporation tax have fuelled


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Financial Markets and Economy

Commodities Have Been Down So Long It May Be Time To Snap Them Up (Forbes)

The post-crisis years have not been good for real assets, the catchall term for commodities, energy, real estate and other investments based on selling real things instead of clever ideas.

A trader psychologist who consulted on Showtime's 'Billions' reveals the biggest mistake traders make (Business Insider)

Denise Shull is a decision coach and performance architect who consulted on Showtime’s BILLIONS for the Wendy Rhodes character, the in-house psychotherapist for Axelrod hedge fund.

China’s bitcoin traders are finding new ways to trade after an official clampdown (Quartz)

China’s central bank has stepped up oversight of bitcoin exchanges this year, leading major trading platforms to impose halts on withdrawals and other checks to appease the regulator.

Warning signs are piling up that the bull run in stocks is nearing an end (Business Insider)

If it feels like this bull market has been going on for a long time, that's because it has.

In fact, the current market rally, which has lasted 2002 trading days, is the longest one since the rally that preceded the 1929 stock market crash.

Goldman: 'Cognitive dissonance exists in the US stock market' (Yahoo Finance)

Goldman Sachs analysts believe investors and traders in the stock market are acting irrationally.

“Cognitive dissonance exists in the US stock market,” Goldman Sachs’ David Kostin said. “S&P 500 (^GSPC) is up 10% since the election despite negative [earnings per share] revisions from sell-side analysts.”

Solar Energy Production Hit a Record High in 2016, So What's Wrong With Solar Stocks? (Fool.com)

2016 was an amazing year for the solar industry overall, even if it wasn't great for solar stocks. GTM Research recently reported that its upcoming U.S. Solar Market Insight Report done with the Solar Energy Industries Association will reveal a 95% jump in installations last year to 14.6 GW.

This company's productivity soared after replacing 90% of employees with robots (Futurism)

It’s hard to argue against automation when statistics are clearly illustrating its potential. The latest evidence comes out of a Chinese factory in Dongguan City.

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Global Economy Week Ahead: Eurozone PMI, U.S. Home Sales, Fed Minutes (The Wall Street Journal)

This week, housing data from the U.S. will offer clues on how a pickup in mortgage rates has affected the market, surveys of purchasing managers will give an early look at how the eurozone economy is holding up in February, and the Bank of Korea releases a policy statement.

China, Hong Kong stocks get off to fast start on slow trading day (Market Watch)

Equity markets in Japan and Australia started the week slightly lower, while yields on sovereign bonds fell in Asia trading Monday.

Japan's Trade Deficit Widens on Drop in Car Exports, Oil Imports (Bloomberg)

Japan posted a bigger-than-forecast trade deficit in January as auto exports declined and energy import costs increased.

U.K. Factory Orders Rise to Highest Level in Two Years, CBI Says (Bloomberg)

Orders at U.K. factories climbed at the fastest pace in two years this month, according to the Confederation of British Industry.

Oil prices push higher, lifted by decline in Saudi exports (Market Watch)

Crude futures moved higher on Monday, lifted by fresh data showing a decline in Saudi Arabian oil exports, which helped soothe markets some after a U.S. rig-count spike last week.

There's a simple reason the percentage of people owning a home is at a historic low (Business Insider)

If it feels as if your parents could afford to buy a house when they were your age, and you can't, you're not alone.

Global arms trade hits highest level since end of Cold War (CNN)

The spike was fueled by conflicts in the Middle East, tensions in the South China Sea and the perceived threat from Russia to its neighbors, according to a study by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).

London House Prices Post Biggest Annual Decline in Six Years (Bloomberg)

The average asking price in the capital fell 0.4 percent to 641,116 pounds ($797,000) this month from a year earlier, the first annual decline since April 2011, property website Rightmove Plc said on Monday.


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Breaking News And Best Of The Web

Courtesy of John Rubino.

US markets closed for President’s day but futures point to record high open on Tuesday. Inflation is spiking on stronger growth, higher oil. Fed likely to raise interest rates next month. Gold and silver near multi-week highs. Trump national security adviser scandal evolving. Debate over Putin and fake news intensifies.  

Best Of The Web

The four horsemen of the retirement Apocalypse – Financial Sense

Fed went from lender of last resort to destroyer of American wealth – Danielle DiMartino Booth

Mother of all financial bubbles – Peak Prosperity

China credit and global inflationary dynamics – Credit Bubble Bulletin

Not nearly enough growth to keep growing – Automatic Earth

11 stunning visualizations of gold show its value and rarity – Visual Capitalist

Bucket economics in global macro – Capitalist Exploits

This is how the status quo unravels – Charles Hugh Smith

Global growth in energy consumption (& economic growth) all about China – Econimica

‘Fed Up’ exposes the elite rot inside the Federal Reserve – MarketWatch

Vice-chairman of EuroThinkTank: “euro may already be lost” – Mish

Witch’s brew: sentiment up, complacency up – but uncertainty also up – MATA SII

The AI threat isn’t Skynet. It’s the end of the middle class – Wired

Bubbles, money and the VIX – Credit Bubble Bulletin

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Breaking News

The Economy

2/20    French-German spread blows out to five year wides – Zero Hedge

2/20    The reflationary window: open how wide for how long? – Financial Sense

2/20    Global stocks rise, S&P futures hit new record high – Zero Hedge

2/20    Alan Greenspan on how ‘productivity’ caused Brexit and Trump – Business Insider

2/20    Chinese banks’ off-book wealth products exceed $3.8 trillion – Bloomberg

2/20    Greek banks worry over sudden bad loan spike in Jan – Ekathimerini

2/20    ‘From bad


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Financial Markets and Economy

Managers at a $1 trillion asset manager say investors are dangerously underplaying 3 things (Business Insider)

2016 was not a great year for forecasting. 

The UK's decision to leave the European Union, and President Donald Trump's win despite what the polls showed, humbled many people who were sure that the opposite outcomes would happen.

China Suspends All Coal Imports From North Korea (NY Times)

China said on Saturday that it was suspending all imports of coal from North Korea as part of its effort to enact United Nations Security Council sanctions aimed at stopping the country’s nuclear weapons and ballistic-missile program.

David Tepper's Appaloosa just dropped about $1 billion on 4 pharma stock (Business Insider)

The fund took big new positions in Teva ($183 million), Pfizer ($156 million), and Mylan ($125 million) in the final three months of the year, according to a 13F filing. They were the fund's biggest new positions in the period. 

Why Wind and Solar May Have to Fill In for America's Crumbling Hydro Infrastructure (Fool.com)

When politicians talk about "crumbling infrastructure," it's often hard to ascertain exactly what they're talking about. Is it bridges falling down Opens a New Window., an excessive number of potholes, or maybe aging airports? It could mean any number of things depending on who's talking and who's listening.

The right – and wrong – way to prepare for a market sell-off (The Globe And Mail)

Given Donald Trump’s recent behaviour, I’ve concluded the U.S. market has probably run up as far as it’s likely to go, and I’ve been selling off some of my U.S. stocks that are overbought to prepare for a buying opportunity I see coming.

Trump Team’s Growth Forecasts Far Rosier Than Those of CBO, Private Economists (The Wall Street Journal)

The Trump administration has drafted preliminary economic growth forecasts in its federal budget planning that rely on assumptions that are far rosier than projections made by


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Breaking News And Best Of The Web

Courtesy of John Rubino.

Inflation is spiking on stronger growth, higher oil. Fed likely to raise interest rates next month. US stocks at all-time highs, gold and silver near multi-week highs. Trump national security adviser quits under Russian cloud, labor secretary nominee withdraws under pressure. Debate over Putin and fake news intensifies.  

Best Of The Web

China credit and global inflationary dynamics – Credit Bubble Bulletin

Not nearly enough growth to keep growing – Automatic Earth

11 stunning visualizations of gold show its value and rarity – Visual Capitalist

Bucket economics in global macro – Capitalist Exploits

This is how the status quo unravels – Charles Hugh Smith

Global growth in energy consumption (& economic growth) all about China – Econimica

‘Fed Up’ exposes the elite rot inside the Federal Reserve – MarketWatch

Vice-chairman of EuroThinkTank: “euro may already be lost” – Mish

Witch’s brew: sentiment up, complacency up – but uncertainty also up – MATA SII

The AI threat isn’t Skynet. It’s the end of the middle class – Wired

Bubbles, money and the VIX – Credit Bubble Bulletin

Are you prepared for “unencumbered” interest rate policy? – Daily Reckoning

The misleading comfort of calm – SafeHaven

Which assets are most likely to survive the inevitable “system re-set”? – OfTwoMinds.com

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The Economy

2/19    Australia headed for ‘economic armageddon’ – News.com.au

2/19    Endless financial crises are inevitable – here’s why – Gold Broker

2/19    Fed may raise rates by 50 basis points in March – Daily Bell

2/19    Is Deutsche Bank going down? Will it take your portfolio with it? – Lear Capital

2/19    Central banker warns of 50% drop in Norway wealth fund assets – Talk Markets

2/19    The household debt meltdown – Banyan Hill

2/18    In the lapse of luxury: when the rich stop


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Financial Markets and Economy

Scoring the Fed's Decision: Will It Be Wise to Tighten in March? (Bloomberg)

Yellen said the U.S. economy is close to a level consistent with full employment — part of the Fed’s dual mandate — but a number of labor-market indicators have taken a step back recently.

British spending still hasn't recovered from levels seen before the 2008 financial crisis (Business Insider)

UK household spending remained level at an average of £528.90 a week in the financial year ending 2016, according to figures from the Office of National Statistics, unable to rise above pre-crisis levels.

Currency Market Misery Is Algo Traders' Dream as Dollar Falters (Bloomberg)

Life may be a little tough if you’re a dollar bull hoping today’s the day the trend is going to resume. If you’re an algorithmic trader, you might just be in heaven.

BP Weighing Upgrade of U.S. Wind Turbines to Compete With Gas (Bloomberg)

BP Plc is weighing plans to update as many as 200 of its U.S. wind turbines with newer, higher-capacity equipment, a move that would represent the company’s biggest investment in renewable energy since its last wind farm came online in 2012.

It now takes 26 years for an average couple with one child to save for a house deposit in London (Business Insider)

It now takes an average of nearly 26 years for a couple living in London with one child to save for a home deposit.

Risk-on financials rally to be tested as earnings season winds down (Market Watch)

As earnings season winds down, investors will be keeping a sharp eye on whether financial stocks and other risk-on plays can maintain their recent momentum, and on retail stocks, which begin reporting in earnest in the coming week.

U.S. Student Debt Has Reached a Record High (TIME)

Student debt in the United States reached a record $1.31 trillion last year, emphasizing a student loan crisis that has drawn attention from both political parties.

Companies

An early investor in Twitter, Slack and Tumblr explains the power of 'goosebumps' (Business Insider)

For the last 11 years or so, Spark Capital


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Breaking News And Best Of The Web

Courtesy of John Rubino.

Inflation is spiking on stronger growth, higher oil. Fed likely to raise interest rates next month. US stocks down from all-time highs, gold and silver near multi-week highs. Trump national security adviser quits under Russian cloud, labor secretary nominee withdraws under pressure. Debate over Putin and fake news intensifies.  

Best Of The Web

11 stunning visualizations of gold show its value and rarity – Visual Capitalist

Bucket economics in global macro – Capitalist Exploits

This is how the status quo unravels – Charles Hugh Smith

Global growth in energy consumption (& economic growth) all about China – Econimica

‘Fed Up’ exposes the elite rot inside the Federal Reserve – MarketWatch

Vice-chairman of EuroThinkTank: “euro may already be lost” – Mish

Witch’s brew: sentiment up, complacency up – but uncertainty also up – MATA SII

The AI threat isn’t Skynet. It’s the end of the middle class – Wired

Bubbles, money and the VIX – Credit Bubble Bulletin

Are you prepared for “unencumbered” interest rate policy? – Daily Reckoning

The misleading comfort of calm – SafeHaven

Which assets are most likely to survive the inevitable “system re-set”? – OfTwoMinds.com

A murderous complacency – Peak Prosperity

It’s finally happening – Macro The Tourist

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Breaking News

The Economy

2/18    The household debt meltdown – Banyan Hill

2/18    In the lapse of luxury: when the rich stop spending – Banyan Hill

2/18    Permian panic continues as rig counts rise – Talk Markets

2/18    Debt delinquency trends: as good as it gets? – Talk Markets

2/18    How to explain the divergence of global interest rates – Bloomberg

2/18    Record high oil inventories crush hopes for $70 oil – Oil Price

2/18    Weekend reading: deja vu – Real Investment Advice

2/18    Are we prepared for the next financial crisis? – Real Clear Markets

2/18    Be very afraid of the stock market – Business Insider


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Financial Markets and Economy

World stocks edge lower; Wall Street at record (Reuters)

Stocks on major world markets slipped on Friday in the wake of back-to-back sessions of record highs, as investors awaited clarity on U.S. President Donald Trump's tax and trade policies.

Carney, Wrong on Brexit, May Have Called Consumer Collapse Right (Bloomberg)

The U.K. consumer finally appears to be cracking — potentially taking Britain’s economic strength with it.

Retail sales unexpectedly fell for a third month in January, calling into question the key component of the economy’s recent momentum. The decline left both the three-month and annual rates of growth at the slowest in more than three years.

French Bonds Drop on Potential Left-Wing Candidacy Merger (Bloomberg)

French bonds dropped as the nation’s election campaign took another twist after Socialist Party presidential candidate Benoit Hamon said he’s holding further talks with far-left candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon about a potential single candidacy.

How to Explain the Divergence of Global Interest Rates (Bloomberg)

Global bond markets trade on variables such as currency valuations, global fund flows, inflation expectations and monetary policy that can determine the level of interest-rate differentials.

Mexico economy minister warns Trump: Tariffs 'will be a big mistake' (CNN)

The Trump administration has floated the idea of a 20% tariff on Mexican imports to the United States to pay for its proposed border wall. Trump has also threatened a 35% "big border tax" on companies that move jobs to Mexico.

The Russian ruble is tumbling as inflation picks up (Business Insider)

The Russian ruble is tumbling. The petrocurrency is down by 1% at 58.1678 per dollar as of 8:06 a.m. ET.

Earlier, data showed that Russian PPI rose by 12.7% year-over-year in January, marking the highest inflation since November 2015. It followed the 7.4% increase in December. 

Bank of America summed up the huge change taking places in markets in one simple graphic (Business Insider)

For seven years after the financial crisis, it was all about Davos Man. 

The Davos Man was at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the annual global meeting of minds with the mission of


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Financial Markets and Economy

Dow Jones barely notches sixth straight record high close (Reuters)

The Dow Jones Industrial Average scored its sixth straight record high on Thursday, but just barely, while the S&P 500 edged lower due to declining energy stocks.

One of Government’s Largest Landlords, Vornado, Pays Millions Each Year to Trump Company (The Wall Street Journal)

President Donald Trump’s company receives tens of millions of dollars a year from Vornado Realty Trust, which relies on the federal government for a significant portion of its revenue and is vying for new work from Mr. Trump’s administration.

Trump Hates Trade Deficits, But Which Ones Really Matter? (Bloomberg)

President Donald Trump is fixated on deficits as measures of how the U.S. gets the short end of the stick in trade deals. He’s had Mexico in his Twitter crosshairs for selling $63 billion more in goods to the U.S. than it buys, blaming “one-sided” Nafta for a “massive” imbalance—one he's promised to fix by renogotiating the terms of the agreement.

The pound has dived below $1.24 after retail sales disappointed (Business Insider)

The pound is sliding on Friday, passing below the 1.24 mark against the dollar for the first time in several weeks after a troublingly poor set of retail sales figures.

Here's the most important exported good from every state (Business Insider)

International trade is an important part of the US economy, and that is also true for the economies of the 50 states and DC that together make up that national economy.

10 things you need to know in markets today (Business Insider)

Good morning! Here's what you need to know in markets on Friday.

Samsung boss Lee Jae-Yong has been arrested over corruption claims. The vice-chairman and notional head of the world’s biggest smartphone maker is facing bribery, corruption and embezzlement charges over payments Samsung made to a close friend of South Korean president Park Geun-hye, who has been impeached over the scandal.

UK retail sales had a horrible month in January as post-Brexit inflation starts to bite (Business Insider)

UK retail sales had


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Zero Hedge

Auto Loan Bubble Bursting, And Lenders Know Where Your Car Is At All Times

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

The story of the Car Loan subprime lending epidemic is nothing new (one of many, student loans etc). Zerohedge has been writing about it for years, with the financial MSM catching on not too long ago. Even John Oliver had a segment about it on his popular show, Last Week Tonight. The new subprime lending epidemic, in the $1.1 Trillion market, which the experts tell us is contianed and won't have the same effect as in the previous crisis, is where all it takes to buy a car at a dealership is the ability to fog a mirror. Cracks have been rearing their heads over the last few month...



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ValueWalk

Beware These Dangerous Words

By The Sovereign Investor. Originally published at ValueWalk.

In late 2005, I found myself sitting in a ballroom at Las Vegas’ Bellagio for an extraordinary press conference.

Executives from MGM Resorts were pulling the wraps off Las Vegas’ CityCenter. It was to be a huge project, they said, with three hotels, a casino and 1,000 condos on 66 acres just off the Las Vegas Strip.

I was on the edge of my chair. As someone who studies market history, I knew that every boom has its moment of hubris and overconfidence.

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French Elections: Another "Unthinkable" Result Coming Up?

Courtesy of Mish.

Recent PresiTrack Polls for French national elections show eurosceptic Marine le Pen is not only in the lead for round one, but she has significantly closed the gap in round two as well.

Round One French Presidential Election

Round One Five Key Points

  1. Le Pen in Front
  2. Fillon Stabilized at Worst
  3. Macron Tied with Fillon
  4. Hamon in Decline
  5. Melenchon in Decline

Round Two Macron vs. Le Pen

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Financial Markets and Economy

U.S. Stocks Rise With Dollar as Commodities Climb: Markets Wrap (Bloomberg)

U.S. stocks rose to records as commodities from copper to crude surged and retailer results topped estimates. The dollar resumed its advance amid fresh signs global growth has started to accelerate.

Dollar rises after Fed comments; euro weakens (Market Watch)

The dollar gained against its rival currencies Tuesday, as comments from a Federal Reserve official drove up U.S. Treasury yields in Asia, along with demand for the U.S. currency.

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Kimble Charting Solutions

Wal-Mart; Bull Flag Breakout In Play?

Courtesy of Chris Kimble.

Retail stocks don’t have much to brag about over the past couple of years. Is this trend about to change, at least for Wal-Mart (WMT)?

Below looks at a chart of WMT over the past decade. As you can see, since the highs in early 2015, WMT has created a series of lower highs.

CLICK ON CHART TO ENLARGE

WMT has struggled to make upside headway inside of the falling channel highlighted above...



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Chart School

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OpTrader

Swing trading portfolio - week of February 20th, 2017

Reminder: OpTrader is available to chat with Members, comments are found below each post.

 

This post is for all our live virtual trade ideas and daily comments. Please click on "comments" below to follow our live discussion. All of our current  trades are listed in the spreadsheet below, with entry price (1/2 in and All in), and exit prices (1/3 out, 2/3 out, and All out).

We also indicate our stop, which is most of the time the "5 day moving average". All trades, unless indicated, are front-month ATM options. 

Please feel free to participate in the discussion and ask any questions you might have about this virtual portfolio, by clicking on the "comments" link right below.

To learn more about the swing trading virtual portfolio (strategy, performance, FAQ, etc.), please click here ...



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Digital Currencies

How to Use, Trade, Store and Invest in Bitcoin Digital Assets - Step by Step, Part 1

By Reggie Middleton

(Originally published on Zero Hedge)

I will teach novices and experts alike how to fit Bitcoin into an investment portfolio safely and with the optimum risk-adjusted potential - along with step-by-step guides, instructions and tutorials.

This first part of the series starts with the basics, obtaining and managing your bitcoin.

What is Bitcoin?

First off, we need to know what Bitcoin is since most media pundits and even experienced financial types truly do not know. Bitcoin (capital "B") is a protocol driven network (very similar to that other popular protocol-based network, the Internet). This network is a blank tapestry upon which smart and creative actors can paint a cornucopia of applications (just like applicat...



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Members' Corner

Save Your Relationship?

Courtesy of Nattering Naybob.

Once again it's "in the Toilet Thursday" or "Thursday's in the Loo".

Our last episode How to Poop At Work? answered the question, what to do when your at a big fancy pants meeting, when out of nowhere, you need to download a brown load?

This week's installment, Save Your Relationship, demonstrates that people will do just about anything to save their relationshits...

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Mapping The Market

NSA May Be Withholding Intel from President Trump

By Jean Luc

These GOP guys were so worried about Hillary's email server and now we find out that we had something close to a Russian mole in the White House. In the meantime, Trump keeps on using his unsecured phone, had high level conversation in his resort in front of dinner guests! It's getting so bad that rumors are now circulating that the NSA is not sharing information with the WH:

NSA May Be Withholding Intel from President Trump

By 

….Our spies have had enough of these shady Russian connections—and they are starting to push back….In light of this, and out of worries about the White House’s ability to keep secrets, some of our spy agencies have begun withholding intelligence fro...



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Biotech

The Medicines Company: Insider Buying

Reminder: Pharmboy and Ilene are available to chat with Members, comments are found below each post.

I'm seeing huge insider buying in the biotech company The Medicines Company (MDCO). The price has already moved up around 7%, but these buys are significant, in the millions of dollars range. ~ Ilene

 

 

 

Insider transaction table and buying vs. selling graphic above from insidercow.com.

Chart below from Yahoo.com

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All About Trends

Mid-Day Update

Reminder: Harlan is available to chat with Members, comments are found below each post.

Click here for the full report.




To learn more, sign up for David's free newsletter and receive the free report from All About Trends - "How To Outperform 90% Of Wall Street With Just $500 A Week." Tell David PSW sent you. - Ilene...

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