Rick Ackerman joined us today for a quick look at the market and the economy. Rick says that the only stock you need to watch is Amazon. It's holdings are vast and its impact upon the New Economy is great. The market could be telling us the stock and therefore the economy are on their way down. He thinks that when it finally comes down it could go from $1400 to $200, when the eventual economic downturn eventually hits. Interest rates have definitely turned negative and will probably become more so in the near future. And watch out for declining state economies and public pension funds. That crisis is coming soon. Very soon. But Rick doesn't see much in the near future for precious metals. But let's see what happens next!

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The 10 Year Treasury has broken the crucial 3% rate level and now no one knows where it will stop. What affect is this going to have on the real economy. Oil is getting closer to $70 the barrel. This could also have a major economic impact too. Can the market resume it's bullish pace based on these factors? Let's see what happens next!

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Wayne Allyn Root is on a roll. He's become a common fixture in living rooms all over America. He believes that Trump should have fired Mueller long ago, as well as all the Deep State holdovers. They're doing nothing good, simply blocking Trump's Agenda. But the truth will eventually come out. Big changes are in store. Get ready now!

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Think back to the late 1980's when the plague of securitization started. It became a way to turn liabilities into assets. But not really. Would the housing bubble have blown up the way it had? Would auto, student and credit card bubbles have been blown up to the extent they are currently? Probably not. We also talk about internet privacy and speech. It's all part of the same puzzle. 

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When David began the project of describing this movement in the 1980s, the emergence of the left as a mainstream force in Amer­ica’s political life was fairly recent and inadequately understood. Conservatives in particular often failed to appreciate the anti-American animus of the left and its apocalyptic goals. At the same time, conservatives imprudently accepted the left’s deceptive claims to be “liberal” and “progressive,” ascribing to it idealistic intentions that masked its malignant designs. The contents of these volumes were conceived as a corrective to these false and disarming impressions. This is the ninth and final volume of my writings about progressivism, a movement whose goals are the destruc­tion of America’s social contract at home and the defeat of American power abroad.

The primary source of this confusion is the fact that left-wing politics are based on expectations of an imaginary future rather than assessments of a usable past. The left’s primary focus is not on practical improvements based on an analysis of previous prac­tices, or a conception of the limits imposed by human nature, but on changes designed to satisfy the moral prejudices that make up the leftist faith.

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Jeff Clark is bullish on precious metals, especially silver. The everything bubble has been going on for 10 years. How much longer can it last? Gold and silver are the only truly undervalued asset left. Between now and 2020 is a potentially very exciting time in precious metals. And even if there's no crisis, the technical indicator

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Bruce Deitrick Price says they no longer need to fluoridate the water because we have public schools. He recently wrote an article about how the educational system is deforming our children. Bruce says there's no longer any goods ideas in our nation's public schools. Enhancing children's self esteem by dumbing down the class is a poignant example. New math is another example which completely undermined children's ability to learn higher math. The examples abound, but the solutions are often nowhere to be found. Learning wasn't supposed to be this way, but here we are. 

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The Democrats have done the unthinkable, they're suing Trump, Russia and Wikileaks. What are they thinking? They're opening up Pandora's Box. They'll be subject to discovery and all sorts of embarrassing disclosures. And what about Seth Rich and the Awan Brothers? Q anon seems to imply that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is in trouble. Then there's Uranium 1 and so many other Obama scandals just waiting to see sunlight. 

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John and I have been talking for years about the coming pension crisis. And now it's almost here. 100's maybe even 1000's of government entities are in trouble.They won't be able to meet their bloated pension commitments. This will increasingly lead to municipal bankruptcies. Right now states cannot file for bankruptcy, but no doubt Congress will soon change the law. Get ready!

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America has been dealing with its debt problem in a very creative way, create more debt to pay down old debt. Sounds like a real recipe for success. How much longer can it go on? How much longer will it go on? In the meantime, the stock market has been trading in a channel pattern for a while. Twice it has failed to go below its 200 day moving average. Until that happens, the market is still trading in bullish territory. The stock market chart look dangerous, however, nothing is certain yet. 

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For all those progressives dreaming of a Mueller indictment of President Trump, dream on. It ain't gonna happen. Rudy Giuliani has ridden to the rescue. Now it's all about trading scalps. Who will be protected and who will go down. And that depends exactly what Mueller really has on Trump. Perhaps there's some bribes paid to zoning authorities or some other heinous crime. But it's not going to be enough save the Clinton Cabal or the Deep State. This thing is heading to a major climax. As Q anon would say, "Enjoy the show!" Everything Q has been saying appears to be coming true. When the first unsealed indictment is opened then I will be a true believer, but until then, it's more likely than not that Q is for real. But very soon we are going to know for absolute sure. 

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There's a new financial system on its way. No one is exactly sure what it's going to look like, but rest assured it's coming soon to a central bank near you. It might involve the SDR or perhaps Cryptos or something else entirely. It's just part of our economic evolution. All systems eventually perish due to excessive debt and this one is getting there real fast. How much longer will it be? No one knows the answer to that. It's kind of like people getting old. One minute you're in college playing beer pong and the next thing you know, the kiddies are checking you into assisted living. Time has a way of making everything and everyone accountable. This time really isn't different. 

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Mark Zuckerberg is like the state of California. Brilliant, young, reckless, self-destructive and much more. California is on a death spiral and yet so many incredible companies are crushing it. It's a real conflict. What will it take to change course? Can Trump do it? Is it even possible?

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Chris Vermeulen is one of the most savvy traders around. Right now he's just waiting for something to happen with gold and silver. All the experts could very well be wrong, silver might actually lead. And if it does, this next precious metals bull market phase could far out perform even the most optimistic supporters. But as we know the future is always uncertain, so don't put all your eggs in one basket. 

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We review the latest happenings in the Deep State's plan to bring down Trump. It's amazing that he had almost every branch of government weaponized against him, and yet he still won! How did that ever happen? The truth is starting to come out and it's very scary. Comey and Meuller are just the tip of the iceberg. Trump's pardon of Scooter Libby is a message to the Deep State that he's fighting back and is going to take them all out. Do you know who appointed the Special Prosecutor who convicted Libby? James Comey! Enough said!

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In the middle of March, The Guardian, a British lefty tabloid, rolled out a fake scandal that has dominated the media. Its original article claimed that Christopher Wylie, a "whistleblower", had revealed how Cambridge Analytica, the company he had worked for, had helped Trump win by illegitimately harvesting large amounts of Facebook data and then exploiting it to target users.
The story has since fallen apart in every conceivable way that a story is capable of falling apart.
Obama’s people had also harvested data from Facebook friends. "We ingested the entire U.S. social graph," his media analytics guru had boasted. But so had everyone else. A platform operations manager at Facebook estimated that hundreds of thousands of developers had gotten access to friend data.
So much for The Guardian’s claim that, "information had been harvested on an unprecedented scale". It's all just a big excuse to silence the right on social media and get rid of Trump. Good luck!
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Matt Nye head of the Republican Liberty Caucus writes, "While speaking to reporters, President Trump said he will make a “major decision” regarding a U.S. response to alleged chemical weapons use by the Syrian government in Douma, East Ghouta, in the coming days. Trump went on to specify that the decision will be made “very quickly,” and that “nothing is off the table.” What could this decision be?" 

"Trump tweets condemnation of Syria chemical attack, saying Putin shares the blame. Why? What is his premise for this statement? What is the likelihood of a military strike against Syria?"

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There's a retirement crisis that's about to hit the country. Whether you're a retired/retiring government worker, a social security recipient or perhaps a millennial who's expected to pay for it all, it cannot be escaped. Right now, we're content to kick the can down the road, but the day of reckoning will soon be upon us. Prof. Kotlikoff has a number of tools to help you avoid this fate. He talks about a few of them with us today. 

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The Senate passed a bill on Wednesday that aims to ease banking regulations, potentially making it easier for consumers to get a mortgage from a community bank or credit union.

With some bipartisan support, lawmakers' approval of S. 2155 was expected. The bill rolls back various banking regulations put in place via the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010 following the mortgage crisis that roiled the U.S. economy a decade ago.

The Senate bill now heads to the House, where it could face less support as written. Last year, House lawmakers passed a measure that went much further in its rewrite of Dodd-Frank. Basically, the two chambers would need to agree on a version of the bill before it could be sent to President Trump and signed into law.

In simple terms, one of the Senate bill's provisions would let smaller institutions — those with up to $10 billion in assets — offer mortgages that are not subject to some of the strictest federal underwriting requirements, as long as they meet certain other conditions.

"Where it likely will make a bigger difference is in rural areas, where big lenders don't necessarily operate," said Richard Andreano, a partner with law firm Ballard Spahr in Washington and head of its mortgage banking group. "It can be harder to get a mortgage in those places."

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Thomas a member of the FSN community asked us a question about the viability and future of the US Dollar. While the dollar might be the best looking horse in the glue factory, it's still headed for the glue pot of history. If all fiat currencies are going down, you need to look elsewhere to protect your wealth and your future. 

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It's been a while since Mike Gazzola was on the show. But he hasn't been sitting around waiting for something to happen. He's been investing in his courses an expanding his online selling knowledge base. Amazon and other online selling sites keep evolving and moving forward. What worked a year ago may be useless today. That's why you always need to stay on top of the latest trends and technology so you don't get left behind. Over 1000 students have taken Mike's training so far, but he's got plenty more to give. Take a look at his latest offerings. 

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Gerald is outraged. Why are we attacking Syria? Why was it done on Friday, other than to avoid a hit to the markets. And it seems to have worked. But are conventional weapons really more humane than chemical weapons? Gerald thinks not. It's amazing that we're in this situation. Gerald doesn't believe we're heading for a crash, at least not now. But the underlying economy is not so swell. It's weaknesses will become more apparent as we go along. Will that cause the Fed to pause interest rate hikes? 

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We connected with economist Steve Keen who unlike most practitioners of the dismal science actually proposes solutions that might even work. As almost anyone will tell you, the world economic system is a mess. There's way too much debt and not enough equity. Steve proposes paying everyone in the US a fixed amount of money. For those in debt, it would have to be used to pay it down. Those few among us who are solvent would use it to buy shares in companies who would be required to pay down their debt. It might not be practical but there's a certain sense to it. And in any event, it sure beats QE. 

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The stock markets are in transition from ABB (Always be buying) to ABS (Always be selling). Unfortunately there's going to be a lot of collateral damage along the way. Even if the markets don't decide to finally come down now, it's a certainty that that day is coming soon. So why not get out ahead of the cycle for once? If you're in cash, you'll be king and all sorts of great companies will be wildly  discounted when that day finally arrives. 

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Heather joined us again to talk about the FBI scam. Scammers got a hold of the FBI's identity theft reporting data base. Then they started a sophisticated campaign to convince those already victimized people to disclose financial information and scammed them yet again. The people thought they were communicating with the FBI, because the scammers already had all their info. Very sophisticated and very effective. 

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