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Robert Gore answers questions from the audience after his presentation at the Appalachian Network PATCON.
Robert Gore outlines how to survive an economic collapse at the Appalachian Network PATCON. For more information, visit https://straightlinelogic.com/.
A new bull market is coming that will wipe out many of the current bull markets. Its chart looks good—building a base for decades, lately bursting through the top of its range. The ascent has been steep, pullbacks minor, and … Continue reading
Recent reports show that 71,240 millennials moved to North Carolina in 2017, while 60,533 moved out. Despite the close numbers, that’s nearly 10,700 of the state’s net gain. While millennials prefer living in urban areas, big cities like New York and … Continue reading
Here Is The Stunning Reason Why Treasury Yields Blew Out In April As Trade Wars began, the rest of the world dumped more Treasuries in April than in any month since January 2016… It was Vladimir Putin that decided to … Continue reading
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A hard economic crash is unavoidable. Even if you don’t want to understand.
Bitcoin has continued to soar intraday – now topping $9,300 – with a total market cap over $156 billion, leaving the cryptocurrency worth more than Merck, Disney, and GE. More… ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I would not buy Bitcoin but I would like for … Continue reading
While many of the largest cryptocurrencies are fading modestly this morning, Bitcoin is holding on to dramatic gains which saw the largest virtual currency spike to as high as $4190 as Yen, Yuan, and Won trading activity dominated volumes. Bitcoin … Continue reading
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US non-farm productivity rose 0.9% QoQ in Q2, slightly better than the 0.7% growth expected and a notable bounce off the ‘zero’ in Q1.This rebound was largely due to disappointment in the growth of unit labor costs (which rose just … Continue reading