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How A Breakdown In Liberal Ideology Created Trump – Part 2

" Trump is a symptom of a diseased societal, political and economic paradigm, as opposed to the disease itself. Trump was a reaction, and the way the Democrats handled the primary was the final nail in the coffin in sealing his victory. People became so fed up with the insanity of the fake left, many of those who didn’t even like Trump decided to roll the dice with him anyway."

Why Food Stamps Don't Promote Healthy Eating

From a small pilot program created by John F. Kennedy’s first executive order in 1961, the food stamp program (now called the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP) has grown to be the largest federal food assistance program. However, there have always been major questions about whether the hunger and nutrition goals of the program justify its design.

Weekend Reading: Fed Up

"The important point to note here is the historical deviation between exuberance and economic realities has generally NOT been resolved by reality catching up with fantasy. It has always been the other way around."

Has The "Fade The Trump Trade" Ended?

Whether it was long Russell 2000 futures, short bonds, long US dollar or short gold, most market participants are busy extrapolating the violent market moves months into the future. You're deemed an idiot if you don’t buy into the “Trump will fix everything” mantra...

With The S&P At Record Highs, Investors Pull Cash From US Stocks In 4 Of The Past 5 Weeks

"it's risk-on in Bonds, it's inflation-on in Stocks, and EM is now playing role of cyclical catch-up trade" says BofA. In short, in the last week the Trump Trade has emerged from the dormancy in which it had faded for the past month. But when one looks at where the money is flowing, it's everywhere but where one would expect, as US stocks have seen outflows 4 of the past 5 weeks.

Greek Bond Yields Tumble After Euro Zone, IMF Agree On "Common Stance"

In a welcome sign the latest conflict between the troubled Greece's lenders may be thawing, Reuters reports that Euro zone creditors and the International Monetary Fund have agreed between themselves to present a common stance to Greece later on Friday in talks on reforms and the fiscal path Athens must take.

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Gold prices continued to shine this week reaching $1,244.70 per ounce and and has posted gains in five of the last six weeks. This week it reached a three-month high – it’s highest since the Trump win and has climbed over 6% this year, beating the gains made in the same period in 2016.