John Rubino joined us today for a look at Trumpian Economics and Trumpian America. Making America great again is all well and good. But there's a number of problems standing in the way of that lofty goal, $20 trillion of them. How will Trump handle the debt? Is there anything he can really do? Where are we heading? 

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The "OJ" murders took place June 12, 1994. Then there was a low-speed car chase and finally a trial and an acquittal. Ret. Detective Tom Lange was there for all of it. Over 22 years later they're still doing TV specials about it. As Tom says, "As long as they can make money off of it, it will never go away." So if you're still interested, Tom has updated his book Evidence Dismissed to reflect that latest off the wall theories and pseudo-documentaries about the case. You'll get the inside scoop on what really went down and how Judge Lance Ito allowed a true miscarriage of justice to occur. And you'll get Tom and his late pattern's take on all the players. And you'll find out about that glove that didn't fit and led the jury to acquit. 


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Nadine LaJoie immigrated legally to the United States. It was an extremely difficult arduous task, but she insisted on becoming a legal resident and was eventually successful. Now she's concerned about the lawlessness on the US's borders and is advocating that the rule of law be restored. Imagine how unfair it is to people who have done everything right and honestly to become citizens? They see illegals being pandered to and a blind eye turned on criminal behavior and they wonder what has become of our once great nation? 

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Bix Weir believes that everything in our country is rigged, so why not the election? His theory is that once Comey re-closed the case against Clinton that was the indication that the good guys had won and Trump would be selected as the winner. Is he right? 

But what will Trump do when he takes office? Can he really Make America Great Again? He certainly has his work cut out for him. However, the Donald Trump that I know is a workaholic and will spend all his waking days to achieve his goals. He will surround himself with other workaholics, such as Rudy Giuliani who share a similar vision. He will certainly have his share of failures, but successes seem inevitable too. Obviously, fighting corruption is a major goal and test of his leadership. Repealing Obamacare and replacing it with something better, building the Wall and regaining control of our borders and wholesale reform of taxation and the ghastly IRS Code are definitely on the drawing board too. 

Knowing his work ethic, and his family's, his close associates, my guess is that his agenda for the next four years will be completed before he files his change of address form at the bankrupt US Postal Service. The first 100 days are the key to a successful presidency and his honeymoon promises to be unlike any other. He will bend the Congress to his will, certainly in the beginning and get things done. Deals will be made, but when The Donald negotiates, he always comes away with most of what he wants. 

And if Bix Weir is correct, that's exactly how he won this election. 

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Bix Weir joined us for a discussion of the Good Guys' election victory. Bix knew that a Trump victory was inevitable after hearing that Comey had dropped the renewed investigation into Hillary's email server. He's of the opinion that the Clintons will get a pardon and their cronies will be fully prosecuted. It was all done in the name of a smooth transition of power. It is just a matter of The King is Dead, Long Live the King, or is there more going on? Will the next crash occur before Trump is inaugurated or after? Many interesting questions for which the answer will soon be known. 

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CEO Murray Nye has big plans for Winston Gold Mining. He's put together a world-class team who have done it several times before and is seeking to replicate past successes. They've acquired two high-grade gold projects and plan to quickly advance both of these assets into low-cost, profitable mining operations. And it looks like they're well on their way, with their recent private placement being oversubscribed. Drilling is underway and Murray is hoping that the results will follow. Since the areas in which their projects are located have a rich history of producing large quantities of the yellow metal, the odds are good that new discoveries will be forthcoming. 

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What's Happening Next Wednesdays with Andrew Hoffman:

It's over! Now we can all get on with our lives, as if we haven't been already. While the establishment elites have been defeated, the market rigging continues unabated. Last night gold was up $60 the ounce. This morning, after almost going negative it's up $12. The Dow has turned positive. The King is dead, long live the King! Nothing really changes, until it really changes. And we're a while away from that. Massive change and disruption are on the way, be prepared!

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Category:general -- posted at: 10:56am EDT

When does your financial advisor work for you or for someone else? That's an important question that not enough investors ask. It would be nice to know if your advisor is getting paid to put you into certain investments that might not be in your best interest. There's no free lunch and either you pay your investment advisor or someone else will. You just just need to know whom. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 2:50pm EDT

Former Congressman John LeBoutillier hasn't been a Trump loyalist from the beginning of the election cycle. He was bothered by a number of Trump's off-putting qualities. Now he believes that barring some last minute miracle, it's going to be Hillary Clinton. We'll know this evening is he's right or not. 

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It's been a tough election for the candidates, the country and the world. Unfortunately, once it's over the fun begins. The country has many serious problems that have been neglected for decades. These problems and their solutions certainly favor resource stocks, which is why Dan Ameduri is looking towards this sector for growth in 2017 and 2018. And based upon the success of his prior recommendations, it's a good bet he'll be right again. 

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Best selling author Ed Klein was back. His new book, Guilty As Sin, has hit the top of the best seller list. Ed was the first person to break the Hillary health issues in his last book, Unlikeable. Now he details the corruption and law breaking with many tales from many different observers. He admits he made a minor mistake about misnaming a restauranteur in Chappaqua, but stands by everything else in the book. Serious reading for a serious time in history!

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We're one day away from the Election. John says the markets are calling it for Clinton and barring a Brexit type upset, she will be the next president. Is it just another example of market rigging to help support the current meme or are the markets functioning properly and actually discounting the future? Let's stay calm, sit back and watch what unfolds. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 11:30am EDT

Mickey and I sat down for our monthly market review. Stock markets were down along with the metals. Gold -3% and Silver almost -7%. Copper seems to have found a little support and was unchanged. Dollar has a substantial 3% move. Bitcoin rose 15%. Oil down 2% and Natgas rallied up to 3.03. Uranium is still in a world of hurt, hitting the skids at 18.75 per lb. Volatility has returned with a vengeance. Is it all election related or is there something deeper happening. Stay tuned for next month's review!

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Don Mazzella gives us his opinion on the Election and Obamacare's impact upon it. The huge premium increases are having an impact. There's virtually no hope that it can be salvaged and it's blowing up now. How will the voters react. 

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Ralph DiBugnara, expert in real estate finance, believes that regardless what happens in this election, the RE market will not be greatly affected. The reason is simple, interest rates seem to be locked for the foreseeable future, even if the Fed decides to raise rates in December. The market hasn't gotten out of control as it was in 2006, the fundamentals have completely changed in the past decade. If incomes rise and millennials start home shopping then the future would certainly be brighter. 

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In today’s world there are more and more small businesses. A lot of those businesses start from a small idea but often don’t succeed due to lack of a proper business plan or the inability to grow their business efficiently.

As small business entrepreneur learning what steps to follow in order to make your business profitable is key. Insight into how to make more money in your business, how to systematize your business, have better operations, and also to learn the most advanced marketing tools would give you a step up in the business world.

Rashid Brown uses his book “Careergonomics: A Practical Guide for Mastering Personal Development and Employment Success in the 21st Century” to provide insight into how you can optimize your business’ growth while freeing up some time. His experience in the industry lends him the skills necessary to assist you through the steps needed to build a strong and competitive business.

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What's Happening Wednesdays with Andrew Hoffman:

Today's article, "all-out political war" - on what the election campaign has become, and what America faces in 2017;

Yesterday's article, "what will be the Fed's excuse this time?" - on how the Fed's ultimate mea culpa is rapidly approaching, as soon as next month if (when) Trump wins;

Gold and silver rapidly approaching their 200 month moving averages of $1,303/oz and $18.93/oz, respectively.

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Category:general -- posted at: 10:32am EDT

Noted anarchist Jeff Berwick sees the end of Hillary Clinton's run for president. It's obvious that the Powers that Be are turning the screws. With Wikileaks has there been too much attention for them to accept? It does seem that the worm has turned. But what does it really mean if Trump is elected? Jeff believes that Hillary and Donald are just two flavors on the same ice cream cone. Trump is into big government and militaristic adventurism. Is he right? We might just find out next Tuesday. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 4:50pm EDT

Noted physician Dr. Elaina George has been spearheading the effort to empower patients and to find viable alternatives to the broken healthcare system. She gives solid examples of what you can do to save money and start taking control of your healthcare spending.

Check them out and see what it's like to manage your healthcare and spending and take control. 

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Rev. Robert Bakke, says “Pastors need to stop living in financial fear.”

Robert Bakke, America’s fastest rising preacher, is doing what most pastors are afraid to do, which is publically endorse a presidential candidate. “I’m endorsing Trump because I’m not afraid of liberal blowback and I’m not afraid of losing my non-profit status,” says Bakke, “The future of America and the world’s economy is at stake.” Bakke says pastors and evangelicals must get to the polls to stop a Democratic platform that will bankrupt America both morally and financially.

According to federal law, churches that operate as a 501C (3) non-profit are forbidden from endorsing political candidates. Doing so could cost the church its 501 status, thereby eliminating the tax deduction available to congregants for their financial support, ultimately bankrupting the church. “The original intent of ‘Separation of Church & State’ was to stop the government from interfering with churches,” says Bakke, “Not to exclude them from the process.” Bakke says he’s taking the lead on this because his ministry operates as a for-profit ministry. “We’re not a 501C anything, “says Bakke, “Trump has committed to fight the language that restrains pastors and 501’s, so it won’t be long before all churches will be following our lead.”

Bakke, who is also an Amazon #1 Best-Selling author, strongly believes America needs a successful businessperson in the White House. “Many significant figures in the Bible were the wealthiest and most powerful men on earth, which puts Trump in good company,” says Bakke, who continues, “God is a God of love, power and wealth, and he absolutely loves it when America prospers. Pastors need to help get Trump into office if America is going to survive. God will provide the rest.”

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Category:general -- posted at: 1:53pm EDT

Noted radio personality Josh Bernstein joined us for a look at the latest election insanity. Just when you thought it was safe to punch out a hanging chad, the news breaks and Hillary's being investigated again. Seems a cache of 650,000 emails was found on her trusty aid Huma Abedin's computer. Looks like it could be the beginning of the end for Hillary's presidential aspirations.

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John Rubino joined us today. The economy is looking up, having grown last quarter at a 2.9 rate. However, the negative side to the story is that debt grew way faster. Is this any way to run an economy? It might make the Fed's job of raising rates a little easier. But let's wait for the adjustments. And of course the election is in complete turmoil due to FBI Director Comey's announcement of the reopening of Hillary's email investigation, just 11 days before the election. What will happen next? 

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Category:general -- posted at: 2:03pm EDT

In the midst of an election for which foreign policy has played an unusually large role, Daniel R. Joseph has produced both a book, The China Learning Curve: Critical Differences and a related award-winning documentary, Democracy Road, that provides unique insights into two of America's most critical foreign policy challenges - how to engage China and how to support democracy while avoiding the failure we've seen in places like Iraq and Afghanistan. 

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Danielle joined us today. Happy Days are here again or are they? The Case Schiller Index is almost back to where it was in 2006. While the housing sector has recovered somewhat, housing's contribution to GDP is around half of where it was at its peak. Incomes and employment are still depressed so how high can it really go? In Canada they're still at peak levels, but it shows signs of cracking. Will Canada repeat the US's performance. Maybe now is not the time to be buying homes in Vancouver and elsewhere. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 4:52pm EDT

Jason Hartman believes that the world has changed and not all for the bad. His new theme is self-sufficiency for the New Economy. Whether it's how you make your money or make your investments, you need to be in control. That means taking responsibility for yourself and making informed decisions. It's a matter of survival. Technology now allows property owners to self-manage their property almost any place in the country. There's challenges, but there's huge rewards too. 

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