Written by Gary
Wall Street closed in the red, but recovered 80% of its morning losses. Crude prices remain near the session lows, falling to the lowest level in nearly three weeks after data showed that oil supplies in the U.S. rose for the second week in a row. U.S. private employers have maintained a steady pace of hiring suggesting the economy is ready for the Fed's to raise interest rates this year.
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I bet many of you at one point dreamt about getting to outer space, witness meteors and asteroids passing by and find out what happens to a human inside a black hole. But in essence, most of our knowledge about the Universe is made up of random bits from Hollywood movies and science fiction books, which are often quite far from reality. We would try to dispel a few of these myths for you. So, these are six of most common myths about space.
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31Aug2016 Market Update: Wall Street Slides, Texas Tea Slips, Gold Tumbles, US Dollar Falls, All In All, Not A Great Trading Day
by James Rickards
Special Report from The Daily Reckoning
I do not believe that Brexit means that the European Union is going to break up. Or that it spells the end of the euro as a currency. I've been very bullish on Europe and the Euro in the past. Even if the currency fluctuates, all these currencies are fluctuating, and the Euro did trade down from around the 140 level in late 2013, all the way down to 105 in January 2015, and people said, 'Oh, it's going to parity.' I said, 'No, it's not going to parity,' and it didn't. It bounced back to 105 a couple times, back up around 110 today, $1.10.
Buy When There's Blood In The Streets - Part 2 Of Not The Best Time In History To Invest In Real Est
Written by Gary
Wall Street extended losses after the opening bell and continues to melt down (SPY -0.6%) on increasing volume. Crude prices fell in North American, falling to the lowest level in nearly three weeks after data showed that oil supplies in the U.S. rose for the second week in a row. Indicators are bearish.
31Aug2016 Pre-Market Commentary: US Futures Flat, Pointing To A Lower Opening, Crude Prices Slipping
30Aug2016 Market Close: Wall Street Closed Lower Along With Texas Tea In The Mid 46 Handle, US Dolla
Written by Steven Hansen
The National Association of Realtors (NAR) seasonally adjusted pending home sales index again increased. For the second month in a row, our analysis of pending home sales is more negative than the NAR's, and we are forecasting little growth in August existing home sales. The quote of the day from this NAR release: