Is it better to right too early or be wrong too late. If you've been listening to Danielle Park for any length of time then you know she believes that it's the former, not the latter. While she's been sitting on the sidelines for quite a while, the market has done nothing but go up. But at some point it's going to revert to the mean and that means a potentially huge correction that could potentially wipe out years of paper gains. Better to be proactive and avoid potentially devastating losses, even if it means missing out on large temporary gains. 

Direct download: Danielle_Park_21.Aug.18.mp3
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Kenneth Ameduri joined us for a discussion about the economy. He like so many are amazed at the power of Trump's policies and rapid difference they have made in the economy and around the world. He's still concerned about the debt and over-laden public and private pension plans, and is confident that there will have to be a day of reckoning. But for now, it's clear skies ahead. 

The Cannabis industry is taking off and there's nothing Jeff Sessions can do about, or should for that matter says Ken. It's hit critical mass and there's no stopping it. Todays infant companies could be tomorrow's multi-billion dollar brands, so keep watching the sector for opportunities like the one's we've brought to you in the past. 

Finally, Bitcoin, will it ever come back. Neither Ken or myself were at all surprised by the crypto-crash. In an industry where 80 percent of the ICO's (Initial Coin Offerings) were pure fraud, who can be surprised. But at some point they'll come back and another Crypto will unseat Bitcoin. 

Direct download: Kenneth_Ameduri_21.Aug.18.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:59pm EDT

The jurors keep deliberating on the fate of former Trump Campaign Manager Paul Manafort. Was he just a plant as Q anon claims and this is his rightful reward for screwing things up and allowing Trump to get the Republican nomination? Or is he just trying to squeeze Manafort into dropping the dime on Trump? In this case a tie is a win for Manafort. Let's face it, everyone knows that the Mueller Probe is just a pile of Muler Dung. 

It's clear that politicization has hit the judicial system, like it ever left, as a result of the national split resulting from the Trump Presidency. Is it any surprise that even in Alexandria Virginia there's a few latent Trumpers who are out to see that justice is done? There are probably 2-3 seemingly apolitical types who've infiltrated the jury and are casting their votes for Manafort's innocence. Jury nullification at its finest!

Direct download: TLR_461.mp3
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