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Monday, September 09, 2013 – The Problem Is We Do Get It

The Problem Is We Do Get It by Sinclair Noe DOW + 140 = 15,063SPX + 16 = 1671NAS + 46 = 370610 YR YLD – .04 = 2.90%OIL – 1.56 = 108.97GOLD – 2.30 = 1387.50SILV – .13 = 23.82 The war hasn’t started…, yet. A funny thing happened today; for a few moments the constant drumbeats for war were quieted, and there was talk of a diplomatic solution; fleeting, nothing concrete, hypothetical, could disintegrate in the flicker of a butterfly’s wing. Russia jumped on a remark by Secretary of State John Kerry, who said Syria should save itself by handing over its chemical weapons. Kerry was quick to dismiss as hypothetical his own comment that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad could avert U.S. strikes by surrendering his chemical arsenal to international control. But Assad’s ally Russia quickly turned it into a firm proposal that was “welcomed” by Damascus and echoed by the UN chief Ban Ki-moon. The White House said it was “seriously skeptical” but would take a “hard look” at the proposal. Russia’s foreign minister said he would push Assad to place Syria’s stockpile of nerve gases, blister agents and other chemical agents under UN supervision for eventual destruction. He said Russia also would push Syria to sign the Chemical Weapons Convention, the international treaty that prohibits use of poison gas. The Syrian government quickly put out a statement saying it would cooperate. Can you trust Russia to broker a peace deal? Hell no. Over the last weeks, …

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Wednesday, October 17, 2012 – It Could All Come Down to Pahrump

It Could All Come Down to Pahrump -by Sinclair Noe DOW + 5 = 13,557SPX + 5 = 1460NAS + 2 = 3104 10 YR YLD +.09 = 1.81% OIL – .19 = 91.93 GOLD +1 .60 = 1750.90SILV + .24 = 33.30PLAT + 22.00 = 1672.00 Listen live or archived audio at MoneyRadio.com The best site I’ve found for election polling data is http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/ A CBS News/Knowledge networks poll of undecided voters who watched the debate found 37 percent giving an advantage to President Obama, 30 percent favoring Governor Romney and 33 percent calling the debate a tie. That represents a narrower lead for Mr. Obama than Mr. Romney had after the first debate in Denver, when a similar poll gave Mr. Romney a 46-22 edge. A CNN poll of registered voters who watched the debate — not just undecided voters, as in the CBS News survey — also gave the debate to Mr. Obama by a seven-point margin, 46 percent to 39 percent. Mr. Romney had won by a much larger margin, 67 percent to 25 percent, in CNN’s poll after the first debate. Meanwhile, 73 percent of voters in the CNN poll said Mr. Obama performed better than they expected, against just 10 percent who said he did worse; chalk that up to diminished expectations. Two other polls gave Mr. Obama a somewhat clearer advantage. A Battleground poll of likely voters in swing states who watched the debate had him winning 53-38. Apoll by Google Consumer Surveys gave Mr. Obama a 48 percent to …

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