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Clinton Health Questions: Off-Limits Or Legitimate Issue?

Hillary Clinton is 68 years old. She's been diagnosed with cerebral venous thrombosis; head trauma, pregnancy, cancer, brain infection, autoimmune diseases and inborn clotting abnormalities are all predisposing factors, per the Washington Post. She's currently taking blood thinners. Four years ago, Clinton fainted, hit her head and suffered a concussion. But lately many in the media have become outraged that Clinton's health is being broached at all.

Goldman "Explains" Why Yellen Lost Credibility: "In Our View, The Fed Has Been Unlucky"

"The May 18 minutes surprised virtually everyone by guiding strongly toward a rate hike in June or July, and Chair Yellen reinforced this message in her remarks at Harvard University on May 27. But the weak May employment report released on June 3 and increased concern about the UK referendum again triggered a sharp pivot, putting on hold the notion of further hikes. These dramatic shifts have frustrated many market participants. In our view, the Fed has been unlucky."

Trump Says It's Time To Sell Stocks, Warns Of "Very Scary Scenarios" For Investors

Now that we are exactly three months away from the November 8 election, if Trump wants to really boost his electoral chances, a market crash right now be certainly most welcome by his campaign. Which may be why Trump today urged his supporters to get out of equities as "interest rates set by the Federal Reserve are inflating the stock market" and warned of "very scary scenarios" for investors.

Roger Ailes Resigns From Fox News; Rupert Murdoch Takes Over As Acting CEO

Following a barrage of allegations of sexual misconduct involving Fox News' iconic CEO Roger Ailes, it seemed like it was only a formality before the departure was announced, and sure enough, moments ago it became official when Fox announced that Ailes has resigned as CEO and Chairman.

"Frack Master" Busted For Blowing Investor Cash On "Whore Card"

Texas businessman Chris Faulkner charmed hundreds of investors and major media companies into believing he had extensive experience in energy markets, but, as Bloomberg reports, it turns out the self-proclaimed "frack master" had none and that at least $30 million he raised was spent on strippers, escorts, lavish vacations and other personal expenses.

"People Are Afraid" Gunshop Owner Says AR-15 Sales Have "Really Kicked Up"

AR-15s and other firearms are "flying off the shelves" according to gun store owners, noting sales have "really kicked up" since the Orlando shooting. As Fox Business reports, Adventure Outdoors Owner Jay Wallace said "[People] are afraid that the government is going to take [guns] away and there are folks that are in fear because of the times that we are living in today and those are two big reasons."

Big Names Are Bailing

The list of heavy hitters who are saying bad things about this world and its financial markets - while acting aggressively on their pessimism - is growing to alarming proportions.