Breitbart | Islamic State used British companies operating out of an office in Cardiff, Wales, to ship equipment to Spain and finance terror plots against the West, according to United States intelligence files.
Zero Hedge | The “world-renowned commodity guru” is out with an even more bombastic prognostication.
Mediaite | The company was exploiting the tragedy to drum up business.
Mac Slavo | There are many conspiracies surrounding the total solar eclipse that will occur on Monday, August 21. Everyone, including scientists, talk like this is a sure thing, but is it?
Economic Collapse | Have we now entered a time of major financial shaking?
Charles Hugh Smith | The real demand for bitcoin will not be known until a global financial crisis guts confidence in central banks and politicized capital controls.
RT | Trump has long accused Amazon of not paying its fair share of taxes.
Washington Post | blasts Trump’s response to Charlottesville.
CBNC | There’s a ‘real danger’ tech will replace jobs.
Reuters | “Simply put, Goldman Sachs does virtually nothing to hire, promote or develop black talent.”
Washington Examiner | President Trump slammed Jeff Bezos’ online giant Amazon on Wednesday for hurting the U.S. workforce and smaller retail companies.
Mac Slavo | It is becoming clear that neither Democrats or Republicans are prepared to fix America’s failing healthcare system.
Mac Slavo | There is a feeling of unease about central bank actions, various conflicts around the world, and an ever expanding involvement of governments in the private lives of their respective citizens.
Simon Black | About a month ago I joined the Board of Directors of a publicly-traded company that invests in US real estate.
Zero Hedge | An unidentified man fell to his death from the seventh floor of the London Stock Exchange on Tuesday, Reuters and British news outlets reported.
Bloomberg | Could America’s first CEO president lose America’s CEOs?
CNBC | At what point do the C.E.O.s of the largest companies in the United States tell President Trump that enough is enough?
CNBC | Bitcoin hit another record high on Tuesday, with the continuing rally bringing its market capitalization within touching distance of major stocks like Netflix.
Washington Free Beacon | Just a fraction of employees who received overtime pay requested a required waiver.
CNBC | U.S. stock index futures pointed to a strong open on Monday boosted by a solid performance seen from international markets as geopolitical tensions ease.
Zero Hedge | Trump is ready to launch a new trade crackdown on China.
Zero Hedge | Governments will be further required to monitor “data regarding trends in illicit finance, including evolving forms of value transfer such as so-called cryptocurrencies.”
Zero Hedge | Emerging-market assets have been the rampant outperformers of 2017.
CNBC | U.S. equities fell on Thursday as tensions between the United States and North Korea persisted.
Louder Than Crowder | Wherever socialism seeps, crapstorms follow.
London Telegraph | South Korea has introduced what is being called the world’s first tax on robots amid fears that machines will replace human workers, leading to mass unemployment.
Chris Menahan | Special counsel Robert Mueller’s finances shows he used his career of “public service” to cash in Clinton-style with paid speeches to Goldman Sachs and one of Mexico’s largest banks.
Mac Slavo | Anyone putting money in the stock market at this point should have their head examined.
Mike Shedlock | A major debate topic came up between Max Keiser and Peter Schiff at the Freedom Fest conference on July 19-22 in Las Vegas.: Bitcoin vs Gold.
Zero Hedge | Following a sleepy overnight session, US futures are flat as are markets in Europe.
The Last Refuge | After years of lost lawsuits the HUD bidding process is set to return.
Zero Hedge | Two weeks ago we summarized the stunning impact that ECB Predit Mario Draghi’s ‘whatever it takes’ efforts have had on European capital markets in one simple chart…
Zero Hedge | World stocks hit a new record high on Monday
Mac Slavo | The crypto currency sector has been on a meteoric rise in recent years, with some “coins” seeing gains of thousands of percentage points for early investors.
Bloomberg | Billionaire Paul Singer is warning of a growing and menacing threat: passive investing.
Jonathan Newman | Say’s Law of markets is a particularly potent antidote to worries about automation, displaced workers, and the so-called “economic singularity.”
Brandon Smith | Tracking geopolitical and fiscal developments over the past several years is a bit like watching a slow motion train wreck.
Zero Hedge | This will be the opening salvo to several months of trade actions.
Daily Caller | “So much sass, so much sass.”
Michael Snyder | The Dow hit the 22,000 mark for the first time ever on Wednesday, and investors all over the world greatly celebrated.
CNBC | Apple’s cash pile swelled again this quarter, hitting a record $261.5 billion, compared with $256.8 billion last quarter. That’s up 13 percent year over year.
Zero Hedge | As part of its historical revision to GDP, the BEA also had to adjust personal income and spending, with the full results released in today’s July report.
CNBC | U.S. stocks traded higher on Tuesday, the first trading day of August, as the Dow Jones industrial average approached another milestone.
Breitbart | “The aerospace industry is experiencing strong and sustained growth, both in the UK and around the world.”
Zero Hedge | By replacing low-wage cashiers and other retail workers with robots, the retail sector’s struggling companies can engineer a potentially life-saving boost in profits.
RT | After years of debate, the Bitcoin community could not come to an agreement about the future of the cryptocurrency.
Michael Snyder | Analysts at Goldman Sachs are saying that it is next to impossible for stock prices to keep going up like they have been recently.
Zero Hedge | “The euro is irreversible – but if it is irreversible for every country has become an open question.”
Breitbart | The election process, it claimed – citing a military official – “went about in complete normalcy” and peace.
Bloomberg | Fewer people are getting married, and they’re inviting fewer guests.