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Market Shorts – Palantir Knows Everything About You

Bloomberg "Founded in 2004 by Peter Thiel and some fellow PayPal alumni, Palantir cut its teeth working for the Pentagon and the CIA in Afghanistan and Iraq. The company's engineers and products don't do any spying themselves; they're more like a spy's brain,...

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360 Degree Markets 2.5.19

Markets and Economics 2.5.19 Warren, Sanders, Ocasio-Cortez propose taxes on the rich ahead of 2020 election Why There Should be More Elections, More Often Erdogan Moves To Seize Turkey's Largest Bank The Threat of a US Government Debt Trap   Cybersecurity and AI The...

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Market Shorts – Powell: Once a Caver, Always a Caver

Source: Macro Tourist "Remember the Powell of last year? You know, the one that tried to convince us that there 'could be no macroeconomic stability without financial stability?' And this Powell was not concerned about financial stability in terms of making sure the...

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In the War on Cash, Cash May Be Winning

Source: Payment Source "Banks, retailers and technology companies [and governments] have spent years relentlessly working to replace cash with plastic, digital or mobile alternatives. And cash has hit back hard. In China, which has the most residents paying via mobile...

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Market Shorts – The Fed Will Crash Markets & The Dollar

Source: Williams/Zero Hedge "Economist John Williams warns the Federal Reserve has painted itself into a very tight no-win corner. No matter what the Fed does with rates it's going to be a disaster. Williams explains, 'You had some very heavy selling towards the end...

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