from ITM TRADING, INC.:
by Prof Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research:
We are living one of the most serious crises in modern history.
According to Michel Chossudovsky, the coronavirus pandemic is used as a pretext and a justification to close down the global economy, as a means to resolving a public health concern.
A complex decision-making process is instrumental in the closing down of national economies Worldwide. We are led to believe that the lockdown is the solution.
Politicians and health officials in more than 150 countries obey orders emanating from higher authority.
Massive Shifts Underway, Rental Market Reacts in Near-Real Time: Rents Plunge in San Francisco & Oil Patch, Drop in Expensive Cities. But Long List of Double-Digit Gainers
by Wolf Richter, Wolf Street:
Rents in San Francisco are still crazy-overpriced.
There are now at least three factors that have plowed into the US housing market – and the rental market is reacting in near-real time to them: The unicorn-startup bust that began last year and built up into a crescendo this year; the Pandemic-inspired move to work-from-home; and the oil-and-gas bust that took on special vigor this spring when crude oil prices totally collapsed.
by Steve St. Angelo, SRSRocco Report:
What a difference in the gold and silver prices since yesterday, eh? On the last day of trading in June, both gold and silver hit important technical levels. Gold closed at $1,800, and silver closed at $18.64. And, during early Asian trading, both metals were up nicely.
However, that all changed this morning when the ADP Employment numbers showed a remarkable rebound along with positive news release of another “hopeful” pandemic vaccine. Thus, the stock markets turned around while the precious metals sold off—basically, business as usual.