from George Gammon:
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by Dave Allen, The International Forecaster:
As we know, sentiment — of investors, traders and plain ole households — can drive the day-to-day direction of markets as the players react to the headlines and other events.
According to Charles Schwab’s latest Active Trader Pulse survey, the pandemic is once again the leading risk factor among traders.
by Brad Polumbo, Activist Post:
When it comes to upholding Americans’ constitutional rights, late isn’t good enough. But it’s still better than never. With its Thursday ruling striking down the federal government’s so-called “eviction moratorium,” the Supreme Court is finally doing its job—and standing up for Americans’ basic property rights.
The Centers for Disease Control policy in question prohibited landlords from evicting non-paying tenants in many circumstances, all in the name of stopping the spread of COVID-19. It began in September 2020 and threatens non-compliant landlords with penalties of up to a year in jail and $100,000 in fines. The policy did not, however, place a “moratorium” on landlords’ mortgage payments and bills. As a result, it has ruined countless middle- and working-class landlords and turned the rental market upside down.
by Wall Street Silver, Silver Seek:
Explaining the charts is Patrick Karim. Known as “Badcharts” on Twitter and Reddit, Patrick walks us through his technical analysis and how he arrives at his targets.
All time highs above $50 in 2021.
Triple digits by 2023, and up to $580 by 2027.
by Jon Miltimore, Activist Post:
On Saturday, a federal court halted the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate for businesses with 100 or more workers, citing possible “grave statutory and constitutional issues.”
The emergency stay, issued by the 5th US Circuit Court of Appeals, puts a hold on the administration’s requirement that those workers be vaccinated by Jan. 4 or face other measures, such as weekly tests and mask requirements.
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry had argued the Biden administration “could not impose medical procedures on the American people without the checks and balances afforded by the constitution.”