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“Largest Ever Ponzi Scheme In Maryland” Rocks Investors, $345 Million Vanishes

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The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced last month the indictment and arrests of three people, including a Baltimore man, involved in the largest-ever Ponzi scheme in Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area. 

More than 230 people have been taken for a financial rollercoaster as three men ((Kevin B. Merrill ("Merrill"), Jay B. Ledford ("Ledford"), and Cameron Jezierski ("Jezierski") raised $345 million, more than $90 million was invested by over 200 individual investors (including small business owners, restauranteurs, construction contractors, retirees, doctors, lawyers, accountants, bankers, talent agents, current and former professional athletes, and financial advisors); approximately $52 million by family officers; and nearly $203 million from feeder funds, said the SEC.

According to an indictment from Federal prosecutors in Baltimore, Merrill and Ledford touted their experience in collecting on and reselling consumer debt to investors, with the promise of significant profits. The pair operated a web of companies they owned and/or controlled, including Defendants Global Credit Recovery, LLC; Delmarva Capital, LLC; Rhino Capital Holdings, LLC; Rhino Capital Group, LLC; DeVille Assets Managment LTD; and Riverwalk Financial Corporation, which they then sold securities to investors. 

Merrill and Ledford used the corporate entities and 55 bank accounts to shift investor money, deceive investors, and continue their Ponzi scheme that only survived with the influx of greater and greater investor cash inflow. 

Here is how the Merrill – Ledford scheme worked: 

Documents show the men used a web lies, forgeries, and fake documents to conduct the fraud since 2013, using investor money for exotic cars, high-end real estate, private jets, private clubs, casinos, and funding their lavish lifestyles. 

"We allege defendants engaged in a brazen fraud, deceiving investors to perpetuate their wrongdoing and line their pockets with ill-gotten gains," said Kelly Gibson, the associate regional director of the SEC's Philadelphia office. 

The SEC stated approximately $200 million of the money was used to pay prior investors and deceive current investors that their money was generating high returns. 

Merrill owned five mansions, 25 exotic cars — including Bugattis, Ferraris, and Rolls Royces — private jets, powerboats, and more, according to filings. 

Merrill's mansions- 

Merrill's cars- 

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    Futures Slide After Report Trump Has No Intention Of Easing China Tariffs

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    After closing Friday's session unchanged, S&P futures have slumped 0.4%, or 10 points, to 2,757 dipping below both Thursday's and Friday's lows…

    … with the Nasdaq down -0.6% so far in early trading…

    … after an Axios report poured cold water over enthusiasm that the upcoming G-20 meeting between Trump and Xi could lead to some progress in the ongoing trade war.

    According to Axios, and contrary to recent hopes of a detente in the ongoing trade war between the two superpowers, Trump has no intention of easing his tariffs on China. Instead, Axios' sources say "he wants Chinese leaders to feel more pain from his tariffs" which he believes need more time to fully kick in.

    "He wants them to suffer more" from tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods Axios said, citing a source with direct knowledge of Trump's thinking, and the president believes the longer his tariffs last, the more leverage he'll have.

    In other words, Trump's trade war with China is at the "beginning of the beginning," and his team doesn't expect much from the tentatively planned meeting between Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires next month.

    So why are the two leaders meeting?

    The Trump economic team has done no substantive planning so far for the bilateral meeting's agenda, largely because the purpose of the meeting is for Trump and Xi to reconnect, eyeball each other, and feel each other out amid their escalating trade war.

    "It's a heads of state meeting, not a trade meeting," a source with direct knowledge told Axios.

    As another source explained, "Trump is thinking about this meeting as a personal reconnection with President Xi, not a meeting that's going to evolve into detailed discussions" and added that "the sides are very far apart. … Right now, there's not the common basis for proceeding."

    Reading between the lines suggests that if anything, the G-20 summit could lead to an even worse outcome as Trump isn't focused on the details of a potential China deal, "he's…
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    A 10% Drop In Stocks Would Send GDP Sharply Lower In 2019, Goldman Finds

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    In addition to boosting the intangible "wealth effect" by raising consumer confidence and encouraging spending, rising stock prices have a benign effect on the broader economy by directly stimulating US economic growth and GDP. And vice versa: when stocks drop, tightening financial conditions, US GDP is impacted adversely.

    That's the observation made in a Friday note from Goldman economists, which tries to quantify the growth effect of the equity sell-off, and finds that "the stock market is likely to turn from a significant contributor to strong growth at the start of the year into a modest drag next year, barring a further rebound in equity prices."

    Picking up where another recent Goldman note left off, which as we discussed yesterday concluded that the Fed will have to hike rates more than the market expects in order to substantially tighten financial conditions and slow down the economy, bank  economists Jan Hatzius and Dean Struyven write that "the 6% decline in the stock market since late September has been the most important driver of the recent tightening in financial conditions." As a result, the bank now estimates "that the 0.5% boost to GDP growth from higher equity prices at the start of the year has already disappeared."

    As shown in the chart above, Goldman explains that the run-up in the equity component, i.e. rising stock prices, of the Financial Conditions Index drove most of the 185 basis points easing from the start of 2017 till late January, when the index hit its record low. Conversely, the 6% sell-off in the S&P 500 since the September all-time high has been the biggest factor in the tightening of financial conditions and has accounted for two thirds of the roughly 50bp FCI tightening over the last month (other factors include the rise in rates and the dollar which account for about half of the -1.5% swing in the FCI impulse from +0.75pp at the start of the year to -0.75pp in the first half of next year).

    Looking ahead, between the Fed's own tightening  posture and potential continuation of the equity selloff, Goldman expects a decline in the equity impulse to real GDP growth to about -0.25% in the first
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    “On A Knife’s Edge” – Markets Are In A Critical Phase

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    Authored by Sven Henrich via,

    Last week’s inside week produced a massive rally off of heavily oversold conditions, but then gave a large part of the gains back, closing just above the weekly 50MA, but below the 2016 support trend line leaving markets on a knife’s edge. My suggestion to both bulls and bears here: Pay really close attention and keep a very open mind. Make no mistake here: This is a critical phase for these markets.

    Let me walk you through some considerations.

    As mentioned in previous updates from a technical perspective the underlying weakness in the internals leading up to the September/October peaks amidst tightening technical patterns and negative divergences (Lying Highs) was not a surprise.

    And if you view this recent correction through the lens of simply supply & demand, this correction also makes perfect sense. After all insiders cashed out aggressively in September and then 2018’s biggest artificial liquidity infusion, buybacks, temporarily ceased into the earnings window.

    From a bullish perspective this correction will be simply another temporary dip before buybacks return and then stocks can embark on another major rally into the positive mid term seasonality window:

    This may well happen and that is clearly the script many expect.

    However, for counter balance, I’d like to offer a couple of other considerations.

    Firstly, in regards to the mid term seasonality window, let’s be clear, 2018 so far has not followed the mid term seasonality script very well. It would have called for a market peak in April, then a low in to late September/early October. None of that has happened in 2018. We saw a first peak in January and a low in February and then another peak in September. So if one is relying on a mid term seasonality script they are relying on a pattern that hasn’t really applied all year.

    But as you see in the chart above typical market seasonality is also strong into year end, between the end of October and late December specifically. Think FOMO and mark-ups as lagging funds need to play catch-up. Add returning buybacks into the mix and you have…
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    The Market Message of the Midterms


    The Market Message of the Midterms

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    I really liked Ari Wald’s weekly chart book for Oppenheimer this weekend.

    Ari is arguing that the put/call ratio has jumped to a pessimistic extreme auguring well for a short-term buying opportunity. He does not believe the downturn in market breadth (NYSE advance-decline line) has put in enough time to serve as confirmation that the top of the 2016-? cyclical rally has peaked.

    For my Chart o’ the Day, here’s an interesting look at the current market environment versus the last time we traded through the midterm elections in 2014…

    Here’s Ari:

    Reminiscent of the 2014 Midterms

    During the 2014 midterm cycle, the S&P 500 experienced a bout of volatility on Ebola-induced fears ahead of the elections. Looking back at that period, the index pierced its 200-day moving average in October 2014 for the first time in two years before rallying into year-end (note: 2013’s post-election advance pararrels 2017’s strength). Internal breadth was similar too: the NYSE A-D line had peaked in July 2014 and the number of net new highs dropped sharply during October’s volatility. We show this comparison to refute the idea that current conditions argue for imminent disaster. Still, similar to October 2014, there’s longer-term warnings that warrant monitoring.


    Historical Review of Breadth at Major Tops
    Oppenheimer & Co – October 20th, 2018

    It’s Not The Economy, Stupid; It’s WACC!

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    Authored by Adam Taggart via,

    When it goes up, prices go down. It's going up…

    This is a revisitation of a report I wrote back in late 2016, predicting the imminent end of zero-bound interest rates and warning of the downward pressure that rising rates, mathematically, must place on today's elevated asset prices.

    Since the publication of that report, interest rates have indeed vaulted higher. Look at how the 3-month US Treasury yield has exploded since the start of 2017:

    A Little Background

    When I was fresh out of college in the mid-90s, I landed a job at Merrill Lynch. I was an "investment banking analyst", which meant I had no life outside of the office and hardly ever slept. I pretty much spoke, thought, and dreamed in Excel during those years.

    Much of my time there was spent building valuation models. These complicated spreadsheets were used to provide an air of quantitative validation to the answers the senior bankers otherwise pulled out of their derrieres to questions like: Is the market under- or over-valuing this company? Can we defend the acquisition price we're recommending for this M&A deal? What should we price this IPO at?

    Back then, Wall Street still (mostly) believed that fundamentals mattered. And one of the most widely-accepted methods for fundamentally valuing a company is the Discounted Cash Flow (or "DCF") method. I built a *lot* of DCF models back in those days.

    I promise not to get too wonky here, but in a nutshell, the DCF approach projects out the future cash flows a company is expected to generate given its growth prospects, profit margins, capital expenditures, etc. And because a dollar today is worth more than a dollar tomorrow, it discounts the further-out projected cash flows more than the nearer-in ones. Add everything up, and the total you get is your answer to what the fair market value of the company is.

    The Weighted Average Cost Of Capital

    The DCF approach sounds pretty straightforward. And it is. But it's still much more of an art than a science. Your future cash…
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    Tesla Employees Describe Musk As Polarizing, Wasteful Micromanager In New Expose

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    A new CNBC expose on Tesla, the product of conversations with 35 current and former employees, has revealed Elon Musk to be a polarizing and wasteful boss who micromanages too much.

    The extended report gives yet another look into a personality and work environment that helps explain the exodus of senior executives that the company has suffered over its short lifespan; it also touches on some “creative” accounting allegedly taking place at the company, like defining extra work on production lines as “training” or “research and development”. 

    Primarily, the expose notes that Musk often does not take the advice of his team and instead insists on what he envisions, regardless of whether or not it’s practical. An example of Musk’s chaotic method is his promise to crank out 500,000 electric vehicles a year by 2018. He made this promise without having the infrastructure in place. Instead, it was only afterwards that Musk tried to “automate everything”, according to the article. Despite being warned by his team that robots and automation were not practical to install some vehicle parts, like door seals, Musk insisted that it was possible and it was what he wanted.

    As a result, the door seals became one of several automation failures that forced Musk to starkly rearrange his production facility this past summer and replace this automation with manual labor. Musk later admitted on camera with CBS that his vision for automation didn’t go off as he planned. Some of the 35 current and former employees interviewed by CNBC claim that this hard headedness, along with “ignoring methods pioneered by other automakers and industry veterans”, is how Musk has been regularly managing Tesla.

    Musk’s style of promising first and figuring out a way to deliver later is the same style that has many analysts and investors worried that Tesla may not meet the Q3 profitability goals it set for itself at the beginning of the year. At the same time Tesla’s deliverables are mounting with the company carrying about $3 billion in accounts payable, and has a total of more than $1.5 billion in debt coming due by March of next year.

    Other employees echoed stories about Musk’s wasteful style. For example, Tesla had at one point tried to set up a “vision system” which was supposed to help speed up end of the line
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    Saudi Crown Prince Spoke To Khashoggi By Phone Moments Before He Was Killed: Report

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    In the latest bombshell report involving the Khashoggi murder, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman reportedly spoke on the phone with journalist Jamal Khashoggi moments before he was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Turkish pro-government daily Yeni Safak disclosed the new alleged details of the case in a report on Sunday, contradicting claims by Saudi authorities that Prince Mohammed played no part in Khashoggi’s murder.

    “Khashoggi was detained by the Saudi team inside the consulate building. Then Prince Mohammed contacted Khashoggi by phone and tried to convince him to return to Riyadh,” the report said.

    “Khashoggi refused Prince Mohammed’s offer out of fear he would be arrested and killed if he returned. The assassination team then killed Khashoggi after the conversation ended,” it added.

    While the report is so far unconfirmed, the New Arab reports that so far Turkish pro-government media have been receiving a steady stream of leaks many of which turned out to be accurate, including pictures of the hit team as they entered Turkey and reports of audio recordings of the murder said to be in the possession of Turkish authorities.

    Meanwhile, the Saudi version of events has been changing significantly over the past two weeks with authorities conceded Saturday that Khashoggi, the Washington Post columnist and a Riyadh critic, was killed inside the kingdom’s Istanbul diplomatic compound following a “brawl”. The admission came after a fortnight of denials with the insistence that the journalist left the consulate alive, starting on October 5, when Crown Prince MBS told Bloomberg that Khashoggi was not inside the consulate and “we are ready to welcome the Turkish government to go and search our premises”.

    On Saturday, the kingdom announced it had fired five top officials and arrested 18 others in an investigation into the killing – a move that has widely been viewed as an attempt to cover up the crown prince’s role in the murder.

    The shifting Saudi narrative of the killing has been met with scepticism and condemnation from the international community, and has left the U.S. and other allies struggling for a response on Sunday. As Bloomberg reports, France demanded more information, Germany put arms sales to Riyadh on hold and the Trump administration stressed the vital importance of the kingdom and its economy to the U.S.


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    Eric Peters: “If US Stocks Finally Crack, Most People Will Conclude We’re Headed Into Another Depression”

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    Submitted by Eric Peters of One River Asset Management


    “I was asked to lay out the case for the US being mid-cycle,” said my favorite strategist. “Residential housing is 4% of GDP now, that’s consistent with past recessionary levels. So perhaps it jumps to 8%,” he continued.

    “Equipment and machinery spending is just 6% of GDP.” Pretty consistent with previous recessions. “So maybe both expand, and incomes rise.” Which leads to higher inflation and shrinking profit margins. “Then perhaps the Fed tolerates rising prices which means that nominal growth remains strong even if real growth rates slow,” he postulated.

    “So in that case, workers do better, and companies are worse off on a relative basis. But in that 7% nominal GDP world, inflation might mask the pain well enough to allow stocks to sail through,” continued my favorite strategist.

    “You think about that hypothetical and it’s possible,” he said. “But then you listen to what the companies are saying, and you walk away with the sense that there’s just no way.” Homebuilding stocks are -30% from the January highs.

    “If you just look across the spectrum, interest-sensitive equities are screaming late-cycle.”

    “Making the mid-cycle case raised my conviction that we’re late-cycle,” he said. “America’s fiscal boost masked the natural cycle dynamics.” The US is the outlier. In dollar terms, of the major markets, only American stocks are higher on the year.

    So if US stocks catch up and crash from here, what happens next?” he asked rhetorically. “I think most people will conclude we’re headed into another depression. But I think there will be great things to buy. Probably in the places that are already crashing and burning.”


    “Hidden dollar shorts throughout the global banking system were overwhelming and ill understood in 2008,” said the strategist. “So when the dollar began to appreciate, you hit stop loss after stop loss.” Mexico’s peso plunged from 11 to 14 versus the dollar in no time.

    “You thought, could this happen? And it could, anything can.” That’s how markets work. “It was difficult to understand the magnitude of the dollar shorts, but they were interwoven…
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    Migrant “Attack Caravan” Regroups; 5,000 Push North As Mystery Men Hand Out Cash

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    A Central American migrant caravan which was temporarily delayed by the Mexican government has regrouped, resuming their advance towards the US border on Sunday, according to AP

    The number of migrants swelled overnight to approximately 5,000 as the mile-long caravan set out toward the Mexican town of Tapachula. Several hundred asylum seekers have reportedly applied for refugee status in Mexico, while an estimated 1,500 remain on the Guatemalan side of the Suchiate River in the hopes of entering Mexico legally. 

    It was not immediately clear where the additional travelers had materialized from since about 2,000 had been gathered on the Mexican side Saturday night. They seemed likely to be people who had been waiting in the Guatemalan town of Tecun Uman and who decided to cross during the night.

    They marched on through Mexico like a ragtag army of the poor, shouting triumphantly slogans like “Si se pudo!” or “Yes, we could!

    As they passed through Mexican villages on the outskirts of Ciudad Hidalgo, they drew applause, cheers and donations of food and clothing from Mexicans.

    Maria Teresa Orellana, a resident of the neighborhood of Lorenzo handed out free sandals to the migrants as they passed. “It’s solidarity,” she said. “They’re our brothers.” -AP

    The group has been referred to as an “attack caravan” by former GOP House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who cited a figure by Fox News host Laura Ingraham that the caravan would cost around $7,000 per person, or $28 million total when the size of the group was estimated at 4,000 people. At 5,000 strong, the caravan would cost $35 million. 

    If the new reports are correct the “attack caravan” from Central America is up to 4,000 people. If Laura Ingraham’s estimate is right and it costs about $7,000 per person where is the $28 million coming from. This is $28 million to attack American sovereignty.

    — Newt Gingrich (@newtgingrich) October 19, 2018

    Meanwhile, two men in white t-shirts were seen handing out what appears to be cash to the migrants last week, fueling speculation that the second such group this year has been professionally organized and funded. 

    Watch the two guys in white t-shirts. Apparently paying those joining the #CaravanaMigrante. Who is funding this attack on the American

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    Enemy Of The People?

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    Via The Zman blog,

    There has never been a time when normal people did not know the media was biased and biased in a predictable direction. For every non-liberal in the media, there were at least ten liberals. The ratio was probably higher, but then, as now, some lefties liked to pretend they were independents or some third option.

    The media used to invest a lot of time denying they had a bias and an agenda, but the only people who believed them were on the Left, which had the odd effect of confirming they had a bias and an agenda.


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    A 2019 Earnings Recession?


    A 2019 Earnings Recession?

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    Shout to Leigh!

    On the new Talk Your Book – Josh Brown is joined by Leigh Drogen of Estimize, one of the leading providers of crowdsourced financial and economic data to talk about the trend in corporate profits that could potentially lead to an earnings recession later this year.

    What is the thing that Leigh is seeing in the data that Wall Street isn’t yet picking up on? What segment of the stock market is most at risk? Why is the crowd smarter than the narrow consensus of Wall Street analysts?

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    D.E. Shaw Investment Calls For Leadership Change At EQT

    By ActivistInsight. Originally published at ValueWalk.

    Elliott Management has offered to acquire QEP Resources for approximately $2.1 billion, contending the oil and gas explorer’s turnaround efforts have done little to lift the company’s share price. The company responded and said that a thorough review of the proposition is imperative in order to properly act in the best interests of shareholders, “taking into account the company’s other alternatives and current market conditions.” The news came only a month after Travelport Worldwide agreed to sell itself to Siris Capital Group and Elliott’s private equity arm Evergreen Coast Capital for $4.4 billion in cash and two months after Athenahealth was bought by Veritas and Evergreen for $5.7 bi...

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    Gold & Silver Testing Important Breakout Levels!

    Courtesy of Chris Kimble.

    Gold and Silver from a long-term perspective have created a series of lower highs over the past 8-years. Will 2019 bring a change to this trend? A big test is in play!

    Gold since the lows in 2016 has created a series of higher lows, while Silver may have created a double bottom.

    Gold & Silver are currently facing break attempts a (1) and (2). These falling resistance lines have disappointed metals bulls for the past few years.

    The direction of Gold and Silver weeks and months from now should be highly influenced by what each does as they are attempting to break above important resistance levels.

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    Russia Prepares To Buy Up To $10 Billion In Bitcoin To Evade US Sanctions

    Courtesy of Zero Hedge

    While the market has been increasingly focused on the rising headwinds in the global economy in general, and China's economic slowdown in particular, while the media is obsessing over daily revelations that Trump may or may not have colluded with Russia to get elected, a far more critical, if underreported, shift has been taking place over the past year.

    As we reported in June, whether due to concerns over draconian western sanctions and asset confiscations following the poisoning of former Russian military officer Sergei Skripal, or simply because it wanted to diversify away from the dollar, Russia liquidated virtually all of its Treasury holdings in the late spri...

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    Weekly Market Recap Jan 13, 2019

    Courtesy of Blain.

    In last week’s recap we asked:  “Has the Fed solved all the market’s problems in 1 speech?”

    Thus far the market says yes!  As Guns n Roses preached – all we need is a little “patience”.  Four up days followed by a nominal down day Friday had the market following it’s normal pattern the past nearly 30 years – jumping whenever the Federal Reserve hints (or essentially says outright) it is here for the markets.   And in case you missed it the prior Friday, Chairman Powell came back out Thursday to reiterate the news – so…so… so… patient!

    Fed Chairman Jerome Powell reinforced that message Thursday during a discussion at the Economic Club of Washington where he said that the central bank will be “fle...

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    Why Trump Can't Learn


    Bill Eddy (lawyer, therapist, author) predicted Trump's failure based on his personality, which was evident years ago. This article, written in 2017, references a prescient article Bill wrote before Trump became president, in July, 2016, 5 Reasons Trump Can’t Learn. ~ Ilene 

    Why Trump Can’t Learn

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    Opening Pandora's Box: Gene editing and its consequences

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    Today, the scientific community is aghast at the prospect of gene editing to create “designer” humans. Gene editing may be of greater consequence than climate change, or even the consequences of unleashing the energy of the atom.


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    Trump: "I Won't Be Here" When It Blows Up

    By Jean-Luc

    Maybe we should simply try him for treason right now:

    Trump on Coming Debt Crisis: ‘I Won’t Be Here’ When It Blows Up

    The president thinks the balancing of the nation’s books is going to, ultimately, be a future president’s problem.

    By Asawin Suebsaeng and Lachlan Markay, Daily Beast

    The friction came to a head in early 2017 when senior officials offered Trump charts and graphics laying out the numbers and showing a “hockey stick” spike in the nationa...

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    Swing trading portfolio - week of September 11th, 2017

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    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. 

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