Tag Archives: Wall Street

“TABOO! Race, Religion, Sex, and the 2016 United States Elections!” Webinar Panel Discussion, sponsored by Kepler College

Join me today, July 16, from 11am-2pm PT  for a special 3-hour webinar panel discussion, dissecting the global and socio-political landscape of America leading up to the elections in November: “TABOO! Race, Religion, Sex, and the 2016 United States Elections” Sponsored by Kepler College REGISTER HERE for this no holds barred webinar. From Kepler College: Election years are always hot, bringing

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[VIDEO Part 1] Voter Revolts, Globalization, and Uranus-Pluto

Part 1: Watch Part 2 here. TRANSCRIPT: Part 1 What we have been witnessing is a revolt from the middle class.  We’ve seen the collapse of the middle class that has taken place over the past seven years where there was a recovery on Wall Street but no recovery on Main Street.  And the middle class has deleveraged dramatically somewhere between 30-40% depending on what sources

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Mundane Astrology, What’s Really Happening with the Economy, and What You Can Do

Transcribed from The Astrology Show with Mj Patterson “What’s Coming in 2015 with William Stickevers” (Airdate: January 2, 2015) Mj Patterson: I’m delighted to welcome back William Stickevers from San Francisco.  He’s calling in from a great distance to have a chat with us about the year ahead.  Here we come, 2015.  Let’s find out.  Are we going to make money?

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Oil Price Plunge Will Be The Black Swan Trigger for Next Global Crisis

On December 23rd the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) closed above 18,000 for the first time after data allegedly showed the U.S. economy posted its strongest growth in more than a decade! The DOW has tripled its March 2009 lows, trading at 18.5 times forward earnings, higher than the 10-year average of 13.9. However what you probably don’t know is

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Jupiter-Saturn Synodic Cycle and the Kondratiev Wave

Since the collapse of the Berlin Wall, many progressive economists in both academia and on Wall Street have recognized the brilliant insight of Soviet Economist Nikolai Kondratiev ( pronounced “Kon-DRA-tee-eff”), and accordingly there have been many reports, articles, theses and books written on the subject of this “cyclical” phenomenon.  An influential essay, written by Professor W. Thompson of Indiana University,

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The Debt Bubble Will Be The Biggest Threat To Central Banking In 2014

Although many astrologers remain bullish and optimistic on the American economy and the so-called Recovery (what Recovery?), on Friday the Dow dropped about 150 points on Friday and 5% for the month for the worst January since 2009. The S&P 500 dipped about 3.5% for the month, and the Nasdaq fell nearly 2% at 4:12 pm EST on the Wall

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