Money Monster: Stories of Interest, May 16, 2016

Monday, May 16, 2016

BrExit: The Movie - Watch in Full
David Stockman: Trump will "Scare the hell out of markets...But that's ok.
Video: Jim Cramer Explains How He Manipulated Markets as a Fund Manager
Why Goldman Sachs Is Suddenly Warning About A “Large Drop” In The Market
Lee Gates Stars as Jim Cramer in Money Monster
Market's Consolidation Remains Unresolved...
...As NYSE Margin Debt Falls from All Time Peak
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Which Countries Will Be Tomorrow's Winners & Losers?
Cupertino's mayor urges Apple to pay more tax: 'Where's the fairness?'

Jim Cramer Explains How He Manipulated Markets

"I'm not going to say this on TV"(1:24)

Money Monster - Official Trailer

A great movie, starring Lee Gates as Jim Cramer.


BrExit: The Movie - Watch in Full

The full-length Brexit: The Movie - the crowdfunded film making the case for Britain to LEAVE the EU on June 23rd.

 Segments of the film available on YouTube and at

It's Trump! May 4, 2016

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Trump Ace of Spades - Depression2Cruz, Kasich Drop Out; Trump is Last Man Standing
Neither former Bush president will endorse Donald Trump
Politico: How Trump Can Take the White House
Barrons: How Donald Trump Can Beat Hillary Clinton
Roger Stone on Alex Jones: Trump Will Not Hesitate to Destroy Clinton
Rasmussen National Poll: Trump 41%, Clinton 39%
What the Press Is Not Talking About Bernie Beating Hillary
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Dollar Dilemma Driving Gold Market
Lost Dream: 90% of Americans Worse off Today than the 70s
The Case for a Coming Global Recession

Roger Stone on Alex Jones: Trump Will Not Hesitate to Destroy Clinton

Jim Rickards: Dollar Dilemma Driving the Gold Market

by Bloomberg Video

May 4 -- James Rickards, author of The New Case for Gold, explains the relationship between gold and the U.S. dollar and how he sees global currencies measuring up against the dollar. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."

USDJPY: "Diving" For Opportunity

Learn how protective stops keep you on the right side the trendBy Elliott Wave International

On a recent vacation to the Yucatan, my friend decided to get certified in scuba diving.

I, on the other hand, prefer breathing my air above water! But I did tag along with her to one of the classes, anyway. She learned how to handle and interpret all the various diver gauges: gas pressure, submersive pressure, depth, and on.

The one feature all those indicators had in common was a bold, red line to indicate the level the diver must obey to stay out of danger.

That's when it hit me: Scuba-diving is a lot like financial markets. Investors and traders jump in -- and use an array of safety gauges to keep them on the right side of price action.

Well, at least those investors and traders who use technical market indicators. For them, those bold, red lines indicating the point of danger -- those are equivalent to the most critical component of market analysis: protective stops. The second prices cross this line, it's time to "swim back up to the surface" and safely re-adjust your position.

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