Rickards says that Trump “will probably win” and, if he, does stock markets will crash 10% and gold will rise $100 over night ... What Hillary did was appalling and there will be ‘another reckoning on November 8th’
In the latest stunning revelation in today's saga involving the FBI's second probe, moments ago the NYT reported that the new emails uncovered in the closed investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server were discovered after the F.B.I. seized electronic devices belonging to Huma Abedin and her husband, Anthony Weiner.
While VIX remains subdued at bull-market-narrative-confirming levels, there are extreme concerns being exhibited in VIX options. There are currrently almost 7 times more 'call' options (bets on a higher VIX) than 'put' options oustanding on the 'Fear' index - the highest since August 2015, just days before China devalued and the US equity market crashed.
With reporters desperate for a soundbite from Hillary, she refused to add fuel to a fire which at this point she has no control over, and as BBC's Kim Ghattas who covers the Clinton campaign just tweeted, she deplaned her plane in Cedar Rapids, Iowa without a comment.
"Yet again, Hillary Clinton has nobody but herself to blame. She was entrusted with some of our nation's most important secrets, and she betrayed that trust by carelessly mishandling highly classified information."
Hillary Clinton would enter office as the least-admired president in history, without a vision or a mandate. She would take office with two-thirds of the nation believing she is untruthful and untrustworthy. Yet the hostility Clinton would face the day she takes office would almost seem to ensure four years of pure hell. The reason: her credibility, or rather her transparent lack of it.
"The truth is we could have bought these from a number of countries. But China is the only country that has provided political support for Malaysia during the 1MDB scandal. This is payback for that political support."
Due to misinformation coming from law-enforcement, political favoritism toward the pipeline builders, and the media’s blatant reluctance to report on the pipeline, it’s hard to tell truth from fiction.
The Brexit blowback on British consumers tightened today as Apple and Electrolux responded to the collapsing pound by charging dramatically more for their products in the UK. As Bloomberg reports, Apple quietly raised the cost of some of its machines including the “Mac Pro” by 20% overnight, while Sweden’s Electrolux said it’s boosting the prices of its home appliances by 10%.