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8.1.2018 - Free Investing Newsletter Bookmark

Communication is Key
 
There’s a lot we could talk about this evening, from trade tariffs, to the Federal Reserve meeting, to Friday’s upcoming jobs report. But I’m going to veer off the path today and mention something very important to any and all of you gun owners out there.
 
Out in Aurora Colorado, on Monday a Homeowner was shot and killed by a police officer. Basically, there was a home intruder, and the armed homeowner shot and killed him. But when the police got there, seeing the armed man, they ended up shooting him, and he died at the hospital.

6.23.2017 - Free Newsletter Bookmark

Animal Farm
 
Remember Animal Farm?  It caused quite the stir so many years ago when it was published.  By definition, it was a satirical Novella. Let’s look:
 
(1945) is a satirical novella (which can also be understood as a modern fable or allegory) by George Orwell, ostensibly about a group of animals who oust the humans from the farm on which they live. They run the farm themselves, only to have it degenerate into a brutal tyranny of its own.

7.24.2016- Financial Intelligence Report Bookmark

Conventions
 
We just wrapped up the Republican Conventions and it ended with a speech by Donald Trump. The left has gone apoplectic over the things that were said, and ended up calling it “dark” and “doom and gloom”. It was nothing of the sort.

Tom Brokaw had this to say...“Others looking in are going to see someone they will only think as a demagogue of some kind.” George Stephanopoulos, a former Democratic operative, echoed his colleague Chuck Todd: “He [Trump] painted a dark picture of where America stands today.” For emphasis, Stephanopoulos repeated, “And Martha Raddatz, a pretty dark speech.” Chuck Todd labeled, “I thought it was an extraordinarily dark speech.” Republican operative Nicolle Wallace lamented, “We are now represented as a party by a man who believes in protectionism, isolationism and nativism.”

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