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Is Trump Setting Himself Up To Take All The Blame When The Stock Market Tanks?

"You can blame whoever you want for the coming calamity; Obama, The Fed, Wall Street, a massive public debt, excessive entitlement spending, or any of the number of other “bubbles” currently plaguing our country’s capital markets... But, when it all explodes, Trump and all the 'MAGA' voters who got him elected are going to be the ones eating all the blame that gets served up."

"We Call Bullshit On The 'Bots Again!"

"We’ll admit maybe some bad trading on our part - leaving a stop hanging out there before a data release - but this is TOTAL BULL SHIT... Where in the hell is the CFTC and SEC?"

The Value Of "Lunch With Warren Buffett" Plunges 22%

The winning bidder in legendary investor Warren Buffett’s annual charity auction has pledged $2.68 million for the privilege of eating lunch with the billionaire investor... about $800,000 shy of the record sum of $3,456,789 paid in 2016.

The Next Stock Market Crash Will Be Blamed On Trump But It's The Fed's Fault

"They'll say, ah, it's all Trump's fault. No. It wasn’t. 08 and 09 wasn’t Obama’s fault. It was the fault of the Federal Reserve, it was the fault of the Keynesian economic model, the spending too much, the deficit. So, unfortunately, there’s nothing he can do — Trump can't do it."

What Is The Buffet Indicator Saying About Gold?

The monetary experiment led by the world’s major central banks by way of quantitative easing has done much to inflate asset prices since the global financial crisis, and at this point having an allocation in gold appears very sensible.

Oil Fireworks Unsettle Global Markets Ahead Of Payrolls Report

With all eyes on crude, following last night's mini flash crash which sent WTI lower by 3% from just above $45 to under $43 in under 10 minutes, equity markets, generally quiet overnight, have taken on a secondary importance ahead of today's key risk event, the April payrolls report. In global equities, Asian and European stocks are lower, while S&P futures are little changed.

S&P Futures Jump Ahead Of GOP Healthcare Vote, Ignore China Commodity Crash

S&P futures rose on hopes a successful Republican healthcare vote on Thursday will unlock the Trump fiscal agenda, while European shares jumped to a 20 month high on signs Macron is poised to win Sunday's French election coupled with reassuring corporate results, including strong earnings from HSBC, even as Chinese and Australian stocks fell as commodities, and iron ore futures particularly, tumbled.

And Now Fake Consumer Confidence Too: Gallup Says Confidence In The Economy "Tumbled"

"Americans' confidence in the U.S. economy tumbled along with the Dow Jones industrial average last week. Though still in positive territory, Gallup's U.S. Economic Confidence Index (ECI) dropped six points to a score of +5 for the week ending March 26. This is the lowest weekly average since the presidential election in November." - Gallup