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Breaking News And Best Of The Web

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US stocks up a bit, gold down. Retail sales up, led by autos. Earnings season starting well for banks and miners. Global debt continues to soar, especially in China. US retaliates against alleged Russian hacking. Fake news debate rages. Trump holds first press conference since election.  

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Off to an interesting start – Credit Bubble Bulletin

Mad as Hell – Peak Prosperity

How much did it cost to build the Titanic – GoldSeek

RealVision’s 15 “killer charts” for Q1 2017 – Zero Hedge

3 things: consumer debt, NFIB optimism & policy uncertainty – Real Investment Advice

Secular stagnation theory: challenge to Delong, Summers, Bernanke, more – Mish

The calm before the storm for China inflation – Asia Times

Black magic fraud to be exposed in 2017 – gold up 300x – Egon von Greyerz

The economic risk of ignoring arithmetic – John Hussman

Michael Belkin interview – King World News

The death throes of “money” – SilverSeek

“European break up no longer unthinkable” – Zero Hedge

The false economic recovery narrative will die in 2017 – Alt Market

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Breaking News

The Economy

1/15    Investors are bracing for a massive stock-market selloff – MarketWatch

1/15    Nomi Prins: big banks already failing stress tests – Daily Reckoning

1/15    Be prepared for a violent Fed reversal – Daily Reckoning

1/15    Weekend edition: making the chicken run, part I – Casey Research

1/15    6 in 10 Americans don’t have $500 in savings – CNN

1/14    Beware the next correction – Seeking Alpha

1/14    Christmas fizzles: retail sales except autos, gas, fall flat – Mish

1/14    2017: change can be a bitch – Automatic Earth

1/14    Visualizing Donald Trump’s $20 trillion problem – Zero Hedge

1/14    “Rest in peace,” bull market


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One Chart That Explains Why Traders Are Shorting Retail Stocks Like Crazy (Bloomberg)

December's U.S. retail sales figures have reinforced that the secular shift from in-store to online spending shows no signs of slowing down. Department stores now account for just 2.67 percent of all retail sales, compared to 10.44 percent for non-store retailers.

Why higher interest rates are a double-edged sword for banks (The Motley Fool)

Much of the current excitement surrounding bank stocks stems from investors' belief that interest rates will continue to rise, sending bank profits higher as well.

Coal Curbs in Asia Could Save 50,000 Lives Annually, Study Says (Bloomberg)

About 50,000 lives a year could be saved by 2030 if no new coal-fired power plants are built in Southeast Asia, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan, according to a study from researchers at Harvard University and Greenpeace International.

Inflation is on the way back in the rich world, and that is good news (The Economist)

IT WAS telling that Germany, a country with a phobia of rising prices, in the first week of 2017 reported a jump in inflation. Its headline rate rose from 0.8% to 1.7% in December. After two years of unusually low price pressures, inflation across the rich world is set to revive this year.

Calendar: What investors need to know for the week ahead (The Globe And Mail)

Japan machine orders, producer price index and tertiary industry index
Euro Area trade surplus.

Bank of England governor Mark Carney speaks at London School of Economics.

2017 – Spectacular For Gold And Silver But Disaster For Bonds And Stocks (Gold Switzerland)

2017 has just started but some longer-term trend changes already seem to develop. It


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Breaking News And Best Of The Web

Courtesy of John Rubino

US stocks up a bit, gold down. Retail sales up, led by autos. Earnings season starting well for banks and miners. Global debt continues to soar, especially in China. US retaliates against alleged Russian hacking. Fake news debate rages. Trump holds first press conference since election.  

Best Of The Web

3 things: consumer debt, NFIB optimism & policy uncertainty – Real Investment Advice

Secular stagnation theory: challenge to Delong, Summers, Bernanke, more – Mish

The calm before the storm for China inflation – Asia Times

Black magic fraud to be exposed in 2017 – gold up 300x – Egon von Greyerz

The economic risk of ignoring arithmetic – John Hussman

Michael Belkin interview – King World News

The death throes of “money” – SilverSeek

“European break up no longer unthinkable” – Zero Hedge

The false economic recovery narrative will die in 2017 – Alt Market

As we enter 2017, keep the big picture in mind – Peak Prosperity

“There is something strange going on… something doesn’t smell right” – Zero Hedge

My political-financial road map for 2017 – Nomi Prins

How to make America great again with other people’s money – Club Orlov

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Breaking News

The Economy

1/14    Beware the next correction – Seeking Alpha

1/14    Christmas fizzles: retail sales except autos, gas, fall flat – Mish

1/14    2017: change can be a bitch – Automatic Earth

1/14    Visualizing Donald Trump’s $20 trillion problem – Zero Hedge

1/14    “Rest in peace,” bull market – Casey Research

1/14    Inventory-to-sales numbers: what’s happening? – Mish

1/13    Trump will soon be begging the Fed for QE4 – CNBC

1/13    US retail sales picked up in December, led by autos – Bloomberg

1/13    Bank of America beats on bottom line, misses on top – Business Insider


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Financial Markets and Economy

U.S. Stocks Climb With Banks as Real Estate, Energy Shares Drop (Bloomberg)

U.S. stocks advanced as quarterly earnings from JPMorgan Chase & Co., Bank of America Corp. and Wells Fargo & Co. sent their stocks higher and offset losses in energy and real-estate companies.

Europe’s Biggest Fund Manager Says U.S. Stock Bulls Got It Wrong (Bloomberg)

Amundi SA, Europe’s largest money manager, says investors who have driven U.S. stock markets to record highs in expectation of fiscal stimulus from the Trump administration may be in for a surprise.

5 Ominous Signs for the Securities Industry (Bloomberg)

Donald Trump’s election win created a sunny day in the financial industry. The promise of deregulation has sent financial stocks up about 10 percent — almost double the gain in the Standard & Poor's 500 Index — and related exchange-traded funds have attracted more than $11 billion in new money.

Oil rig count falls for the first time in nearly 3 months (Business Insider)

The US oil rig count fell this week for the first time in 11 weeks, according to Baker Hughes. 

Emerging-Market Stocks Little Changed as Mexico's Peso Rallies (Bloomberg)

Emerging-market stocks and currencies were little changed after U.S. economic data bolstered the case for higher interest rates that could dim investors’ appetite for riskier assets. Mexico’s peso and Turkey’s lira rose.

One Chart That Explains Why Traders Are Shorting Retail Stocks Like Crazy (Bloomberg)

December's U.S. retail sales figures have reinforced that the secular shift from in-store to online spending shows no signs of slowing down. Department stores now account for just 2.67 percent of all retail sales, compared to 10.44 percent for non-store retailers.

What you need to know on Wall Street right now (Business Insider)

Wall Street banks kicked off fourth-quarter earnings on Friday, and the tone was pretty optimistic.

Two of the largest banks in the US, JPMorgan and Bank of America, beat analyst expectations, and JPMorgan beat on revenue expectations as well. Wells Fargo meanwhile missed on earnings in its first full quarter since its accounts scandal.


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Crude Oil Halts Four-Week Gain as OPEC Cuts Yet to Be Verified (Bloomberg)

Oil headed for its first weekly decline since December as traders waited for proof that OPEC and other producers would follow through on promises to cut production.

Europe’s Biggest Fund Manager Says U.S. Stock Bulls Got It Wrong (Bloomberg)

Amundi SA, Europe’s largest money manager, says investors who have driven U.S. stock markets to record highs in expectation of fiscal stimulus from the Trump administration may be in for a surprise.

Dollar Gives Up Earlier Gain Versus Yen Before U.S. Long Weekend (Bloomberg)

The dollar headed for its biggest weekly decline against the yen since July after erasing gains from moderate bargain-hunting earlier Friday.

Dollar recaptures lost ground after loses linked to Trump conference (Market Watch)

The dollar regained some ground against rival currencies during Asia trade Friday, with dip-buying kicking in after the greenback’s retreat following President-elect Donald Trump’s news conference on Wednesday in the U.S.

Income inequality is hitting British men hard (Business Insider)

Four times more men in low-paid jobs now work part-time compared with 20 years ago, driving inequality, according to a new study.

Asian Stocks Drop From 3-Month High as Samsung Drags Tech Shares (Bloomberg)

The MSCI Asia Pacific Index fell less than 0.1 percent as of 4:27 p.m. in Hong Kong, ending a four-day rising streak and capping the weekly gain at 1.6 percent. Samsung Electronics slid the most in two months, while Seven & i Holdings Co. surged the most in three years after quarterly profit beat estimates.

Retail sales rise on strong auto demand (Reuters)

Jan 13 U.S. retail sales rose solidly in December amid strong demand for automobiles, providing further evidence that the economy ended the fourth quarter with momentum and is poised for stronger growth this year.

Hong Kong’s Stocks Post Longest Weekly Advance in Five Months (Bloomberg)

Hong Kong stocks rose, with the benchmark index posting its third weekly gain, as energy companies advanced after oil rallied and investors


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Breaking News And Best Of The Web

Courtesy of John Rubino.

US stocks up a bit, gold down. Retail sales up, led by autos. Earnings season starting well for banks and miners. Global debt continues to soar, especially in China. US retaliates against alleged Russian hacking. Fake news debate rages. Trump holds first press conference since election.  

Best Of The Web

3 things: consumer debt, NFIB optimism & policy uncertainty – Real Investment Advice

Secular stagnation theory: challenge to Delong, Summers, Bernanke, more – Mish

The calm before the storm for China inflation – Asia Times

Black magic fraud to be exposed in 2017 – gold up 300x – Egon von Greyerz

The economic risk of ignoring arithmetic – John Hussman

Michael Belkin interview – King World News

The death throes of “money” – SilverSeek

“European break up no longer unthinkable” – Zero Hedge

The false economic recovery narrative will die in 2017 – Alt Market

As we enter 2017, keep the big picture in mind – Peak Prosperity

“There is something strange going on… something doesn’t smell right” – Zero Hedge

My political-financial road map for 2017 – Nomi Prins

How to make America great again with other people’s money – Club Orlov

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Breaking News

The Economy

1/13    Trump will soon be begging the Fed for QE4 – CNBC

1/13    US retail sales picked up in December, led by autos – Bloomberg

1/13    Bank of America beats on bottom line, misses on top – Business Insider

1/13    Stocks getting crushed by gold in 2017 – MarketWatch

1/13    Miami taxpayers carry outsized debt burden – Miami Herald

1/13    The corporate bond market: binge-borrowing – Seeking Alpha

1/13    S&P downgrades Dallas on “continued deterioration” of police pension – Zero Hedge

1/12    German GDP grew 1.9% in 2016, strongest rate in five years – Economic Times

1/12    China credit growth exceeds estimates, lending remains robust – Bloomberg

1/12    Senate opens Obamacare repeal drive


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Financial Markets and Economy

Fed officials see quick economic boost from Trump, risks to follow (Reuters)

Federal Reserve officials cautioned on Thursday that the fiscal and tax plans sketched out by the incoming Trump administration could trade a short-term economic boost for longer-run inflation and debt problems they might have to counteract.

Dow 20000, Maybe Never (The Wall Street Journal)

The Dow Jones Industrial Average has been on the cusp of breaking 20000 for so long that whoever owns the cusp should be charging rent.

Hints of Fear in Bank Stock Options Ahead of Earnings (The Wall Street Journal)

As earnings season kicks off this week, the options market is signaling that a pause may be looming for the euphoric rally in bank stocks.

Here's Why 2017 Could Be The Best Year In Wall Street History (Forbes)

Bank stocks have surged nearly 30% since Election Day as investors position for a mix of higher interest rates, stronger growth, and a rollback of some crisis-era regulations under President-elect Donald Trump.

FTSE 100 extends historic record run and pound regains momentum as markets digest retail bonanza (The Telegraph)

US President-elect Donald Trump continued to drive market sentiment for a second consecutive trading session, propelling gold miners highers while pharma stocks sank to new depths.

Gold Is Cheap, Just Look At These Charts (Forbes)

Over the last year, gold has dropped in price and stocks have rallied in price. Consider what this may mean in terms of their relationship shown on this first chart.

Bitcoin is charging higher (Business Insider)

Early selling pushed bitcoin down nearly 5% to $752.46 per coin. But buyers emerged at one-month lows early on in US trade, and have been in control throughout the session.

Goldman Sachs says millennials didn't inherit a spending habit companies have capitalized on for years (Business Insider)

Millennials tend to do a lot of things differently than their parents. They'd rather pay for an Uber than a new outfit. They're cutting cable. And, apparently, they hate napkins.

9 of the world’s largest megaprojects that are under construction (Visual Capitalist)

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Oil Rises Most in a Month on Trump, Saudi Export Cut (Reuters)

Oil prices rose on Wednesday by the most in over a month, boosted as the U.S. dollar weakened following a news conference by U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, and on news that Saudi Arabia had cut exports to Asia.

Venezuela’s Awful Economy Got Even Worse in 2016 (Bloomberg)

Venezuelans have to navigate a labyrinth of lines to buy staples like sugar or aspirin. They’ve gotten used to finding that the store shelves are empty, a frustration that sometimes boils over into looting. So they don’t really need economic data to tell them that 2016 was a terrible year.

Here's Jeff Gundlach's full presentation on expensive stocks, the economy under Trump, and the Federal Reserve (Business Insider)

Jeff Gundlach, the so-called "bond king" and CEO of DoubleLine Capital, held his latest "Just Markets" webcast on Tuesday night highlighting his recent thoughts about the US economy and global markets.

BlackRock's Robot Stock-Pickers Post Record Losses (Bloomberg)

Like so many fund titans these days, Laurence D. Fink is betting on machines to turn around BlackRock Inc.’s beleaguered stock-picking business.

Trouble is, they just might have made things worse.

Is The Fed Really Tightening? The Monetary Shell Game (Hint: M1 Money Growing At 8-10% YOY) (Confounded Interest)

The Federal Reservc Open Market Committee (FOMC) has “tightened” the Fed Funds Target rate twice since December 2015. One in December 2015 and once in December 2016.

Oil falls as good news fails to halt profit-taking – #SaxoStrats (Saxo Group)

A two day selloff has taken oil down to a near one-month low as traders try to make sense of a whole host of supply news. Key Opec members have cut production as promised but against this we have doubts about Iraq as well as rising production from Libya and an upgrade to US production.

Dollar Rebounds As Trump Talks Trade: "Major Border Tax" Is Coming (Zero Hedge)

Having dumped billions last week to defend the peso, one wonders if the sudden rip higher in the peso (after tumbling on Trump's comments) is yet another intervention by Banxico?


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Breaking News And Best Of The Web

Courtesy of John Rubino.

US stocks fall after Trump press conference. Bitcoin down from recent high, gold resumes its rise. US jobs growth and wholesale inventories disappoint but wages jump. Global debt continues to soar, especially in China. US retaliates against alleged Russian hacking. Fake news debate rages. Trump holds first press conference since election.  

Best Of The Web

Black magic fraud to be exposed in 2017 – gold up 300x – Egon von Greyerz

The economic risk of ignoring arithmetic – John Hussman

Michael Belkin interview – King World News

The death throes of “money” – SilverSeek

“European break up no longer unthinkable” – Zero Hedge

The false economic recovery narrative will die in 2017 – Alt Market

As we enter 2017, keep the big picture in mind – Peak Prosperity

“There is something strange going on… something doesn’t smell right” – Zero Hedge

My political-financial road map for 2017 – Nomi Prins

How to make America great again with other people’s money – Club Orlov

Fears of a ‘massive’ global property price fall – Telegraph

Happy New Year! – FOFOA

Currency and the collapse of the Roman empire – Visual Capitalist

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Breaking News

The Economy

1/12    German GDP grew 1.9% in 2016, strongest rate in five years – Economic Times

1/12    China credit growth exceeds estimates, lending remains robust – Bloomberg

1/12    Senate opens Obamacare repeal drive with overnight marathon – CNN

1/12    Fiat crashes, EPA accuses carmaker of cheating emissions tests – Zero Hedge

1/12    Gold pushes above $1,200, at 12-week high – kitco

1/12    Stocks extend losses on Trump policy disappointment – CNBC

1/12    2017: year the world economy starts coming apart – Our Finite World

1/12    Sears, Macy’s and The Limited are all closing stores – Most Important News

1/12    Hawaii pension fund shortfall hits $12 billion


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U.S. Stocks Advance After Trump Remarks as Biotech Shares Plunge (Bloomberg)

U.S. stocks rose as investors weighed President-elect Donald Trump’s commitment to policies on economics and foreign relations following his first press conference since the election.

In China, Insurers Sell Risky Products to Fund Risky Investments, Freaking Out Regulators (The Wall Street Journal)

When Han Deqiang decided to plow $15,000 of his savings into life insurance, he wasn’t planning for posterity. Instead, the 27-year-old was jumping into the latest trend in China’s internet-powered investment boom—one that is alarming regulators.

Yen Gains, Japan Stocks Drop After Trump Comments: Markets Wrap (Bloomberg)

The yen strengthened for a fourth day and Japanese stocks retreated after Donald Trump’s first press conference since his election victory gave scant detail on policy. Shares of commodity producers climbed after crude oil surged.

STOCKS RISE: Here's what you need to know (Business Insider)

Stocks jumped around wildly in trading Wednesday, ultimately finishing in the green.

Central Bank Cites Threat to Life as India Cash Mystery Deepens (Bloomberg)

India’s central bank refused to share specific details of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ban on high-value banknotes citing danger to life and national security, as the mystery deepens over who took the unprecedented decision.

Why chasing after high-yield dividend stocks is bad news (Market Watch)

Reinvesting dividends accounts for a big chunk of total stock-market returns over the long term, but chasing after high-yielding dividend stocks is one of the worst strategies an investor can pursue, especially in taxable accounts, according to Meb Faber, chief investment officer at Cambria Investment Management.

Why the Lira’s in Trouble: 2017’s Worst Performer in Charts (Bloomberg)

Thought the lira was due a breather after last year’s eye-watering losses? Think again.

These counties will pay the most as mortgage rates climb higher (Market Watch)

Anyone who remembers the double-digit mortgages of the 1980s probably thinks the furor over the mortgage rate spike of 2016 is a bit silly.

1930s-Like Demographic
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Zero Hedge

"Deploraball" Protests Turn Bloody As Trump Supporter Assaulted With Flagpole

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Reports have been rolling in all evening of vicious mobs of violent protesters around Washington DC attacking Donald Trump supporters in town for the inauguration, including people on their way to and from tonight's pre-Inauguration "Deploraball" celebration, held at the National Press Club building. Over 1000 guests were invited to the event organized by Mike @Cernovich and the pro-Trump MAGA3X organization.

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Saudi Arabia could see more instability if oil doesn't get back up to $60 (Business Insider)

With the OPEC production deal holding, at least for the moment, questions have now arisen over how prospects look for the cartel’s biggest producer. It’s been a strange few years for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as its endured budget deficits for the first time in its modern history, stagnation in oil prices and rising competition from other OPEC members and the American shale boom.

Euro zone yields spike as Yellen comments add to pressure on ECB (Reuters)

Euro zone bond yields rose sharply on T...



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Financial Markets and Economy

Saudi Arabia could see more instability if oil doesn't get back up to $60 (Business Insider)

With the OPEC production deal holding, at least for the moment, questions have now arisen over how prospects look for the cartel’s biggest producer. It’s been a strange few years for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as its endured budget deficits for the first time in its modern history, stagnation in oil prices and rising competition from other OPEC members and the American shale boom.

Euro zone yields spike as Yellen comments add to pressure on ECB (Reuters)

Euro zone bond yields rose sharply on T...



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ValueWalk

Nuggets of Wisdom: Warren Buffett on Investing, Leverage and Market Bubbles

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Chart School

Small Cap Losses Accelerate

Courtesy of Declan.

Small Caps again took the brunt of the selling as Shorts took advantage of yesterday's small rally back to former support (turned resistance) to enter positions. With the 'bull trap' in full effect, the next target down for the index is 1,308. Of supporting technicals, only Stochastics [39,1] is left to break its bullish alignment,


The S&P took a modest loss, but not enough to break it out of its consolidation. Volume was also lighter. With the Russell 2000 on the way down, it's suggesting the S&P will follow suit....

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Kimble Charting Solutions

Will it be different this time for stocks and bonds?

Courtesy of Chris Kimble.

My mentor Sir John Templeton (founder of the Templeton Funds) used to share that the four most dangerous words in investing are; “It’s Different This Time!” 

Below looks at long term charts on the S&P 500 and the yield on the 10-year note (inverted to look like bond prices).

CLICK ON CHART TO ENLARGE

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NFL 2016 Playoffs Championship Sunday

Courtesy of Nattering Naybob.

Following up on our Divisional Playoff projections, all match up stats in Yards Per Attempt, provided by Pro Football Reference.  All times Eastern.

From our Wildcard Weekend projections...
As they are both hotter than a squirrel putting suntan oil on his nuts, keep your eyes on these dark horses...In the NFC, watch the GB Sausage Packers, the potential of facing Mr. Rodgers and his O-line has the DAL Pokes (aka Jerry's Kids) defensive coordinator sweatin like a priest at a preschool.In the AFC, watch the Three Ri...

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Swing trading portfolio - week of January 16th, 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.

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Digital Currencies

China's Bitcoin Exchanges Suspend Margin Trading

Courtesy of Zero Hedge

China's bitcoin traders who use the most popular bitcoin exchange not only in China, but also the entire world, BTCChina, were met with an unexpected warning on Friday:

Starting from January 12th, 2017, BTCChina has suspended margin loan service. If you have any questions, please contact Customer Service: support@btcc.com.

BTCChina, which commands over 37% of global bitcoin trading...

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Mapping The Market

If we try it enough, it will work.

Via Jean-Luc

Brownback wants Trump to emulate what he did in Kansas because it worked so well:

Sam Brownback Calls on Donald Trump to Mimic His Kansas Tax Plan

By RICHARD RUBIN and  WILL CONNORS

Sam Brownback, the Kansas governor whose tax cuts brought him political turmoil, recurring budget holes and sparse evidence of economic success, has a message for President-elect Donald Trump: Do what I did.

In 2013, Mr. Brownback set out to create a lean, business-friendly government in his state that other Republicans could replicate. He now faces a $350 million deficit when the Kansas legislature convenes in January and projections of a larger one in 2018. The state’s economy is flat and his party is fractured...

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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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Phil's Stock World's Las Vegas Conference!

 

Come join us for the Phil's Stock World's Conference in Las Vegas!

Date:  Sunday, Feb 12, 2017 and Monday Feb 13, 2017.            

Beginning Time:  8:00 am Sunday morning

Location: Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas

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Caesar's has tentatively offered us rooms for $189 on Saturday night and $129 for Sunday night. However, we have to sign the contract ASAP. We need at least 10 people to pay me via Paypal or we may lose the best rate for the rooms. (Once we are guaranteed ten attendees, I will put up instructions to call the hotel for individual rooms.)

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Mid-Day Update

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