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People tend to have a hard time discussing the two mathematical concepts of zero and infinity. It's not hard to understand why this is, of course, with reality being a material thing and both the lack of and the infinite amount of something being somewhat foreign. And this manifests itself in all sorts of disciplines, from cosmology to spirituality to physics. And, of course, economics, particularly in the digital age where many of the axioms surrounding physicality no longer apply to

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In the wake of the terror attacks in England, France, Germany and elsewhere, can we finally admit that the war on terror is an utter and complete failure? 10 Ways to Reduce Terrorism So if the war on terror has failed, what should we do to stop terrorists? I. Stop Overthrowing the Moderates and Arming Crazies We know it’s a difficult concept to grasp, but if we want to stop terrorism we should – (wait for it) – stop supporting terrorists. Specifically, we’re arming the

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Two weeks ago we reported that the latest unintended casualty from Philadelphia's soda tax would be at least 20% of Pepsi's 423 employees in the city of brotherly love. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, with sales slumping as much as 40% because of the new Philadelphia sweetened beverage tax, in the last week of February, Pepsi said it will lay off 80 to 100 workers at three distribution plants that serve the city. And since Pepsi employs 423 people in the city, it means that as much as

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As Trump seeks proposals for an impenetrable, yet "aesthetically pleasing", 30-foot border wall, Mexico's government on Tuesday warned Mexican companies that it would not be in their best "interests" to participate in the project even though there will be no explicit legal restrictions or sanctions to stop them if they tried.  Per Reuters: "We're not going to have laws to restrict (companies), but I believe considering your reputation it would undoubtedly be in your interest to not

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Authored by Wolf Richter via WolfStreet.com, Not quite, not yet, but it’s not good either. Let’s hope that the problems piling up in the used vehicle market - and their impact on new vehicle sales, automakers, $1.1 trillion in auto loans, and auto lenders - is just a blip, something caused by what has been getting blamed by just about everyone now: the delayed tax refunds. In its March report, the National Association of Auto Dealers (NADA) reported an anomaly: dropping used vehicle

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During the so-called Chinese Banking Liquidity Crisis of 2013, the relative cost of funds for non-bank institutions spiked to 100bps. So, the fact that the 'shadow banking' liquidity premium has exploded to almost 250 points - by far a record - in the last few days should indicate just how stressed Chinese money markets are. While interbank borrowing rates have climbed across the board, the surge has been unusually steep for non-bank institutions, including securities companies and

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Authored by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, The Daily Beast just published an article previewing what should be referred to from this day forth as Davos for Democrats; a big-money infused orgy of wealthy donors telling their political puppets what to do as they mingle at one of the most luxurious hotel chains in the world. Clearly learning absolutely zero lessons from their recent election pummeling, the Democratic Party is simply doubling down on its hopelessly failed

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David Rosenberg is one of the most respected voices in the investing world. His Breakfast with Dave goes out to thousands of appreciative subscribers nearly every business morning. Rosie is the “Data Meister.” To everyone’s surprise, Rosie turned bullish in […] The post David Rosenberg: The Market Is a Present-Day Version of Pavlov’s Dog appeared first on ValueWalk.

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After World War II, we split the planet into East and West—with an Iron Curtain in between. Lesser barriers subdivided each side. Time passed. Borders loosened. People and goods started flowing more freely. This was okay at first, but eventually, […] The post Onset of a Global Trade War for People appeared first on ValueWalk.

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In a ruling this week that will cheer up patent trolls, the Supreme Court said patent owners can lie in wait for years before suing. This will allow trolls to sit around while others independently develop and build technology. The troll can then jump out from under the bridge and demand payment for work it had nothing to do with. The 7-1 decision arrives in a case called SCA Hygiene v. First Quality Baby Products. This case involves a patent on adult diapers but has a much broader reach. The

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If we understand the profound political disunity fracturing the nation and its Imperial Project, we understand the Deep State must also fracture along the same fault lines. I've been writing about the divided Deep State for a number of years, most recently in The Conflict within the Deep State Just Broke into Open Warfare. The topic appears to be one of widespread interest, as this essay drew over 300,000 views.It's impossible to understand the divided Deep State unless we situate it in the larger context of profound political disunity, a concept I learned from historian Michael Grant, whose slim but insightful volume The Fall of the Roman Empire I have been recommending since 2009.As I noted in my 2009 book Survival+, this was a key feature of
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On the heels of 6 straight days of gains in the gold market, here is why the next 2 days are so important for the gold bulls... The post After 6 Straight Days Of Gold Gains, Here Is Why The Next 2 Days Are So Important For Gold Bulls… appeared first on King World News.

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On the heels of 6 straight days of gains in the gold market, here is why the next 2 days are so important for the gold bulls... The post After 6 Straight Days Of Gold Gains, Here Is Why The Next 2 Days Are So Important For The Gold Bulls… appeared first on King World News.

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Perhaps the thinnest skinned politician on the planet -- Recip "Gollum" Erdogan -- is at it again. His legacy of injunctions, legal threats, and even copyright abuse continues. The latest to draw Erdogan's wrath is Switzerland, which, to be fair, has drawn his wrath in the past. The repeat "offender" was targeted by Erdogan in 2016 for an art exhibit he didn't care for. This wouldn't have happened if Switzerland didn't have a law on the books forbidding insulting foreign leaders. Erdogan has

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By BecomeABetterInvestor   Should you be buying stocks? Follow these questions to assess your situation   DISCLAIMER: This content is for information purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Readers should not consider statements made by the […] The post What Type of Investor Are YOU? appeared first on ValueWalk.

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Our culture sets us up for a life of debt. We get loans to pay for our homes and cars, we go to school on student loans and then there are those pesky credit cards. We can have everything we […] The post Get Out of Debt or Save- Here’s How You Can Do Both appeared first on ValueWalk.

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IEEFA to Congressional Subcommittee on PREPA: Debt Restructuring Plan Before Congress Is Not Realistic and Does Not Hold All Players Accountable; Puerto Rico Left Open to More Financial Turmoil Bondholders and Financiers Are Not Stepping Up; Citizen Ratepayers and Taxpayers […] The post Puerto Rico Left Open to More Financial Turmoil appeared first on ValueWalk.

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Former CNN White House correspondent Frank Sesno discusses his new book, which covers the role of the media in public discourse. The best, most informative interview begins with thoughtful, insightful questions. That’s the lesson learned from former CNN White House […] The post The Art Of The Interview: Can The Right Questions Uncover The Truth? appeared first on ValueWalk.

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Duke Energy (DUK) is a popular holding in many retirement portfolios because of the company’s generous and dependable dividend.   Duke Energy has paid uninterrupted dividends for more than 90 years and increased its payout each calendar year since 2005. […] The post Duke Energy (DUK) Pays Steady Dividends for Retirement Portfolios appeared first on ValueWalk.

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Consumer Complaints what a study from Southeast Asia tells us. Singapore, an island renowned for its efficient government, ban on chewing gum and success in Asia, is also well known for its citizens who loves to complain a lot. With […] The post Consumer Complaints about E-Commerce appeared first on ValueWalk.

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Judge Neil Gorsuch has the rare privilege of being a Donald Trump nominee who enjoys support from both Republicans and Democrats. Gorsuch has been nominated to fill the vacancy created by the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia in […] The post What Stands in the Way of Neil Gorsuch’s Confirmation? appeared first on ValueWalk.

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