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FBN Beats CNBC Even During Delivering Alpha Week

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Fox Business Network ratings for the week of September 11th – September  15th.  FBN beat CNBC even during their big annual Delivering Alpha Conference which is one of the biggest investment conferences of the year with Lou Dobbs leading the pack – another big win for FBN – see more details below


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FBN Scores 15th Consecutive Week as Leader in Business Day Viewers

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‘ Lou Dobbs Tonight ’ Marks 56 Straight Weeks as the Number One in Business News

FOX Business Network (FBN) continued its winning streak over CNBC, sweeping the network in Business Day viewers as the markets hit new record highs during the week of September 11th-September 15th, according to Nielsen Media Research.

Despite CNBC’s special coverage of its seventh annual Delivering Alpha Conference, FBN’s Business Day saw a 23 percent advantage over the rival business network with 195,000 in total viewers compared to 159,000 for the week. In the advertiser friendly 25-54 demo, FBN delivered an 8 percent advantage over CNBC with 27,000 viewers compared to 25,000. This is FBN’s eighth full weekly sweep this year and 15th consecutive weekly win in Business Day viewers over the legacy brand CNBC.

For 56th consecutive week, Lou Dobbs Tonight (7-8p/ET) was the number one rated news program in business television with 359,000 total viewers, as well as the week’s leading business news program in the 25-54 demo with 50,000 total viewers.

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Why Do Russia And China Care About North Korea?

By Polina Tikhonova. Originally published at ValueWalk.

China and Russia are launching naval drills near North Korea as tensions on the Korean peninsula reach their highest peak in decades. China and Russia — often referred to by analysts as “key” powers in resolving the North Korea crisis — launched their naval exercises not far from the nation’s waters.

Russia-China drills

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Neither Moscow nor Beijing links the Russia-China drills to the escalating tensions surrounding Pyongyang’s ever-expanding nuclear and missile capabilities. However, the naval exercises come amid World War 3 fears caused by the North’s provocative tests and missile launches.

This past Friday, Pyongyang launched another missile over Japan, its second in less than a month. The country also conducted its most powerful nuclear test yet earlier this month despite mounting international pressure.

China and Russia voted in favor of the new U.S.-backed sanctions resolution against the North twice in recent weeks despite their reluctance to side with the U.S. on the North Korea issue in the past. The naval drills started the same day as the United Nations’ General Assembly meeting.

Russia-China drills: A threat to North Korea or the U.S.?

The Russia-China drills are being held in Peter the Great Bay, just outside of Russia’s far eastern port of Vladivostok. The bay is in extremely close proximity to North Korea, especially its border with Russia.

The naval exercises come as the second part of Russia-China drills in July. The first installment of the grand exercises between the two allied nations took place in the Baltic. Moscow and Beijing stopped short of linking the drills to the rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula.

Both Moscow and Beijing have repeatedly called for a peaceful resolution of the North Korean issue, even when Pyongyang and Washington engaged in a heated war of words in August. At the time, the North’s leader Kim Jong-Un and U.S. President Donald Trump fired off a series of threats at each other, which prompted the rogue state to threaten to strike Guam, the Pacific Ocean island where America has a key Air Force base.

Uppsala University Professor Ashok Swain told ValueWalk on Monday that the Russia-China drills send “a strong message to the U.S.” Mr. Swain, professor of peace and conflict research at the Swedish university, added that the naval exercises are…
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Russia’s Position On China-Pakistan’s CPEC

By Guest Post. Originally published at ValueWalk.

The year of 2010 marked the beginning of an age of shifting interest and realignments of power relationships. This matrix of the new age brought the strategic partnership of three key powers which are central to the resolution of many regional issues and whose collective political decisions can shape the political environment of the future. This power relationship is between China, Pakistan and Russia. China has economic and global influence, and Russia enjoys strength in information warfare and Pakistan combats terrorism and sits in a geo-strategic location. This emerging triangular relationship have the inherent political potential to pull the strings in the global political theater. The international political order is moving toward multi-polarity, which is leaning toward Asia, a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural region.


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New world developments such as China’s investment in the One Belt One Road Initiative and Russia’s Eurasian Economic Union and its connectivity with OBOR are key factors that will define the new trends in the power relations between these three nations.

China under its dynamic leader Xi Jinping ambitiously envisioned and pursued the economic strategy to integrate Asia with Europe, Middle East and Africa with its OBOR initiative. Pakistan and Russia are two important actors in China’s geo-strategic ambitions, first in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and second in the OBOR integration with the Eurasian Economic Union. In this context, China, Pakistan and Russia have shared objectives in commerce, defense and regional security.

From Pakistan’s perspective, the Chinese seek to accelerate their trade and commerce through CPEC, which is an essential component of the Maritime Silk Road, which is composed of railways, highways and pipelines and various energy and industrial projects designed to stave off Pakistan’s energy starvation. The project will also improve regional connectivity and pave the way for China’s access to the Indian Ocean by linking Xinjiang Province with Pakistan’s Gwadar Port. The geo-strategic interests of both China and Pakistan converge beyond their geographies and also include substantial roles in Afghanistan. China’s interests in Afghanistan range from development assistance to investments, and its emerging security role will help it get and preserve those interests in a country which needs an enhanced security environment.

China and Russia’s shared interests are to counter U.S. hegemony. They shared many…
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Missouri’s State Pension In Crisis

By Gary St. Fleur. Originally published at ValueWalk.

Missouri State Treasurer, Eric Schmitt, told a panel of lawmakers on Wednesday that  Missouri’s State pension deficit exceeded $5.2 billion. He went on to explain,

“The future of the state’s finances are at stake…Five billion dollars means we are thousands of dollars in debt for every single Missouri taxpayer. This liability is the number one liability for our state—a problem that, without action, will only get worse and worse every year.”

Missouri’s State Pension

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The Missouri State Employees’ Retirement System (MOSERS) has missed 16 projections in the past 17 years. The pension fund is only 60% funded, under the 80% or higher that is considered healthy funding status.

Schmitt explains, “So 60% is alarming, but even more alarming is the trajectory.” “In the early 2000s, we were nearly 100% funded. Now, just a few years later, we’re at 60% and falling.”

Missouri’s State Pension deficit is said to be the result of past administrations having unrealistic expectations regarding projected investment returns. In addition, expensive investment fees paid by the state also is considered a culprit in eroding the fund’s returns.  Calling the situation “the number one threat to the state’s AAA credit rating,” Mr. Schmitt contends that pension funding shortfalls could have a devastating affect on funding for schools, roads as well as health services.

Mr. Schmitt recommends that MOSERS adjust its earnings expectations to be in line with market environment and the fund should seek to lower its investment fees.

“This crisis is no longer on the horizon, it is at our doorstep,” Schmitt said. “The future of Missouri’s finances are at stake, and this is a conversation that we need to have.

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Why India-Japan Alliance Won’t Trump China-Pakistan Partnership

By Polina Tikhonova. Originally published at ValueWalk.

The India-Japan summit on September 14 manifested an apparent weakness and impotence to resist China’s increasing political and economic footprint in Asia. The summit held on Thursday between two vocal opponents of China’s assertive policies in the region failed to mark any significant progress on taming the Asian superpower.

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The summit held by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe marked their fourth meeting between under the banner of the India-Japan annual bilateral summit. It came as Modi and Abe faced political challenges in their respective countries.

Abe’s approval rating has declined dramatically over the past few months, slipping to an all-time low in July following a series of scandals associated with the prime minister himself and his government’s unpopular laws. As the Japanese people remain doubtful about the durability of Abe’s administration and its economic reforms, their nation’s economy has been struggling with sluggish growth, according to Reuters.

Modi’s country remains locked in a tense border row with China on the Sino-India border. He is due to face elections in 2019, and his nation’s economy has slipped into a period of “dense fog,” as Credit Suisse described it earlier this week.

The economic and political challenges faced by Japan and India have thwarted their joint bid to tame China and prevent it from continuing to grow its influence and military presence in Asia. New Delhi and Tokyo believe the Asian superpower’s growing influence is “destabilizing” Asia.

India-Japan alliance is “no real threat to China”

Thus, the twelfth India-Japan annual bilateral summit was held in Gandhinagar against the backdrop of China’s growing military presence and influence in Asia, its historical claims in the South China Sea dispute and its ongoing border stand-off with India. Many analysts expected the summit to bring significant progress in the India-Japan joint efforts to oppose China in the region and tame the Chinese expansion in the Indian Ocean. However, Modi and Abe resorted to political caution during the meeting, and it was interpreted in China as weakness and impotence in opposing China in the region.

After the summit, the Chinese state-run Global Times slammed the India-Japan “intimacy” and said it poses “no real threat to China.”

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Steve Nadel On Cryptocurrency Valuation Issues And Hedge Funds – ValueTalks #4

By Jacob Wolinsky. Originally published at ValueWalk.

Sorry for the delay on the Tuesday issue of ValueTalks. Our podcast this episode conducted Raul Panganiban  features one of the most prominent attorneys in the hedge fund and alternative asset world, Steve Nadel of Seward & Kissel talks to us about the topic of cryptocurrency and regulation in relation to hedge funds.

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The podcast starts out discussing the complex issues about how to price cryptocurrencies in terms of accounting valuations. Additionally, ICOs are a complex US regulatory topic, in part because many  based overseas and sometimes exclude US investors, but can accredited investors invest?

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Who is the owner of the asset? It is a number – how are they held in terms of custody and preventing loss.

Liquidity is yet another question for hedge funds purchasing cryptos and much more!

Also see Pitch The Perfect Investment – ValueTalks Special Podcast

Steve’s profile is extensive and impressive so below is just a brief summary

Steve is a partner in Seward & Kissel’s Investment Management Group.  He joined the Firm in 1997.  He is also the founding editor of The Private Funds Report and The Private Funds Bullet Report, two Group newsletters.

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Steve’s full bio via Seward & Kissel below

Steve has extensive experience in issues relating to the establishment and ongoing operation of hedge funds, funds of funds (U.S. and offshore), private equity funds, separate accounts, registered investment advisers, commodity pool operators and commodity trading advisors, as well as related matters, including management company structuring, fund marketing, employment agreements, solicitation agreements, joint ventures, seed capital arrangements, regulatory compliance and general organizational matters.

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France Hammer Attack Injures At Least Two

By Michelle Jones. Originally published at ValueWalk.

A man wielding a hammer reportedly attacked two women in the city of Chalon-sur-Saone. He was reportedly shouting “Allahu Akbar” at the time of the attack. Early press reports indicate that the France hammer attack left the two women injured.

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Details on the France hammer attack

The assailant in the France hammer attack was dressed all in black, and French media outlets report that police have not detained him yet. Police have reportedly dispatched a helicopter to track him down.

According to a statement from the prosecutor’s office, the two women were attacked in the vicinity of Place de Beaune, a public park in Chalon-sur-Saone, a little before noon. Witnesses reported hearing the man shout “Allahu Akbar” while hitting the two women. The two attacks occurred about 15 minutes apart. According to media reports, it’s believed that one of the women was hit in the back of the head. Emergency personnel have transported both of them to an area hospital; their conditions are unknown.

Terrorist attack or the actions of a sick man?

Prosecutors are treating the France hammer attack as a potential terrorist attack, although they also believe that the assailant may simply be ill.

This attack occurred not long after another man wielding a knife attempted to stab a soldier at a Metro station in Paris. However, no one was hurt in that attempted attack, according to French media, and the assailant was arrested not long after.

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Hartford faces two-notch downgrade by Moody’s

By Gary St. Fleur. Originally published at ValueWalk.

On Tuesday, September 12, Hartford is the latest financial strapped municipality that is facing downgrade with Moody’s Investors Service downgrading Connecticut’s capital city two notches. This places the city well into junk territory to Caa1 from B2.

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Connecticut’s capital city Connecticut

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The rating will ultimately have a staggering affect on the city. There is an expectation that further downgrades are likely said Moody’s in a statement. Moody’s cited last week’s statement by Mayor Luke Bronin that the 123,000 population will face complete insolvency in 60 days without state intervention.  The Hartford, Connecticut Mayor says he will file for bankruptcy within 60 days.

“The rating further incorporates the city’s commitment to restructuring its debt regardless of the state budget outcome and level of support [if any] from the state,” said Moody’s.

Hartford has enlisted the aide of Greenberg Traurig LLP for advisement in determining the options that are available to the municipality, including Chapter 9 bankruptcy. The law firm has scheduled a Sept 25. conference call with bondholders.

“The rating also reflects the city’s precarious liquidity position that could result in insufficient cash flow to meet upcoming debt obligations, which could result in a loss to bondholders,” said Moody’s.

Connecticut’s capital city has a $5.9 million debt service payment due Oct 1. In addition, it has a $21 million in tax anticipation notes that are due Oct. 31st.

“Additionally, the city has debt service payments in every month of the fiscal year, compounding the possibility of default at any time,” said Moody’s.

The Connecticut’s capital city is requesting an additional $40 million in aid from the state. Gov. Dannel Malloy and lawmakers have been unable to agree on a biennial budget which has lead to the state being run by executive order since July 1.

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Hugh Hendry Closes Shop Amid “Almost impossible” Environment For Small Funds

By Jacob Wolinsky. Originally published at ValueWalk.

Hugh Hendry is closing shop – the famous UK fund manager has seen his assets go down to $116M for the firm and only $30M for the flagship macro hedge fund- below is an excerpt from an email which the eccentric hedge fund manager just sent to investors.

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Update 6:25PM EST Hugh Hendry has recorded an interview today where he discusses the hedge fund industry see it embedded below

Please see attached Commentary and Performance Attribution Report.

Unfortunately, as alluded to in the Commentary, we have made the difficult decision to close the Fund.

We would very much like to thank you for your support during the last 15 years, and leave you with our final thoughts as to where global markets go from here.

A formal notification has been sent to all registered account holders providing further detail in relation to the redemption process – please do let me know should you have any further questions in this regard.

Joe Rouncefield

Eclectica Asset Management LLP

See an excerpt from the letter below


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TRNDlabs NOVA: An AirPods Rival At Half The Price

By Jacob Wolinsky. Originally published at ValueWalk.

Wireless headphones are the future. We do not want to be surrounded by more and more wires. With wireless earphones, there is nothing to get tangled, nothing to get caught on a stranger’s bag while walking down the street. Wireless headphones give you a true sense of freedom. Apple offers ridiculously overpriced AirPods. Google will reportedly introduce a new set of wireless headphones with Pixel 2 next month. Many other companies are offering, one of them is the Netherlands-based TRNDlabs. We have had a chance to thoroughly test the TRNDlabs NOVA wireless earbuds. Here’s our detailed review of the product.

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What’s in the box?

The TRNDlabs NOVA box set includes the wireless earbuds, a power case, a USB to micro-USB charging cable, and earplugs. The company has included small, medium, and large earplugs, along with one set of foam earplugs. You can use whichever fits perfectly in your ears.

NOVA earbuds connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth 4.1 technology. It offers an operating distance of up to 10 meters. The circular power case measures 89 x 89 x 60 mm, weighs 101g, and has a beautiful minimal design. The earbuds are just 4g each in weight, and fit perfectly in the magnetic charging dock of the power case.

A power case that doubles up as power bank

On one side of the power case is the charging dock for earbuds. Rotate the top cover, and you’ll see charging ports on the other side. There is a power button, a micro-USB charging port, a USB port, and four LED lights. You should charge the power case before using it for the first time. You know it’s fully charged when all the four LEDs are lit. The 2,800mAh power case takes roughly three hours to charge.

TRNDlabs NOVA Earbuds

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The TRNDlabs NOVA power case also serves as a power bank for your smartphone. If your phone’s battery is running low, just rotate the top of the power case to reveal the USB port and use a charging cable to connect your smartphone. What’s more, you can charge the earbuds and your phone simultaneously.

How the earbuds work

The earbuds have an LED light and a button at the top. Pressing the button once plays/pauses a…
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Norway Wealth Fund Assets Surge To Over $1 Trillion On Massive 70% Allocation To Equities

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Last December we joked that the Norwegian sovereign wealth fund had responded to sinking returns and withdrawals required to fund budget deficits by allocating another $130 billion in assets to what appeared to be an already massively overpriced equity bubble in return for an extra 40bps of "expected average annual real returns." (see: Norway Buying $130 Billion In Global Equities As Sovereign...

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In Wake of Slumping Car Sales, Ford Will Idle 5 North American Plants: What? No Hurricane Bounce?

Courtesy of Mish.

As initially reported by the Census Department, motor vehicle sales were 1.2% in July following a 0.9% gain in June. At the time, I commented, “This is unbelievably bizarre in the face of actual auto sales reports.”

The Census Bureau revised sales estimates much lower in September as noted in Retail Sales Unexpectedly Decline, Huge Negative Revisions in June and July: Reflections on “Bizarre” Sales Reports.

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Cryptocurrency Concentration - Just 4% Own Over 95% Of Bitcoin

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Bitcoin has been making a lot of news lately. The cryptocurrency shot up in value by over 200% in 2017, making many people fear that the market is in a bubble. Last week, China...

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Minor Changes: Yesterday's and Weekend Comments Remain Valid

Courtesy of Declan.

I don't want to overplay today's action as little changed in the broader scheme of things. Days like today are welcomed and help shape up swing trades for those trading in near term timeframes.

The tight doji in the S&P could be used for a swing trade; buy a break of the high/short loss of low - stop on flip side. High whipsaw risk but look for 3:1 risk:reward and maybe trail stops if deciding to go with partial profits.

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FBN Beats CNBC Even During Delivering Alpha Week

By VWArticles. Originally published at ValueWalk.

Fox Business Network ratings for the week of September 11th – September  15th.  FBN beat CNBC even during their big annual Delivering Alpha Conference which is one of the biggest investment conferences of the year with Lou Dobbs leading the pack – another big win for FBN – see more details below


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Considering Implications For Hasbro And Mattel From The Toys 'R' Us Bankruptcy

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"Citron Exposes Ubiquiti Networks"

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Does Ubiquiti Networks (NASDAQ:UBNT) actually have real products that sell to consumers? Of course! So did Valeant and WorldCom, but that does not stop its financials from having every indication of being completely fraudulent.

Citron will detail a series of alarming red flags and detail how Ubiquiti Networks is deceiving the investing public.

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Swing trading portfolio - week of September 11th, 2017

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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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Can low doses of chemicals affect your health? A new report weighs the evidence

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Can low doses of chemicals affect your health? A new report weighs the evidence

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The App Economy Will Be Worth $6 Trillion in Five Years

Courtesy of Jean-Luc

This would be excellent news for AAPL and GOOG to a lesser extent although not inconsequential:

The App Economy Will Be Worth $6 Trillion in Five Years 

In five years, the app economy will be worth $6.3 trillion, up from $1.3 trillion last year, according to a report released today by app measurement company App Annie. What explains the growth? More people are spending more time and -- crucially -- more money in apps. While on average people aren't downloading many more apps, App Annie expects global app usership to nearly double to 6.3 billion people in the next five years while the time spent in apps will more than double. And, it expects the...

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Brazil; Waterfall in prices starting? Impact U.S.?

Courtesy of Chris Kimble.

Below looks at the Brazil ETF (EWZ) over the last decade. The rally over the past year has it facing a critical level, from a Power of the Pattern perspective.


EWZ is facing dual resistance at (1), while in a 9-year down trend of lower highs and lower lows. The counter trend rally over the past 17-months has it testing key falling resistance. Did the counter trend reflation rally just end at dual resistance???

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Mid-Day Update

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