Coming Biblical Market Crash [Video]

PolnyGreg Hunter – If you wanted another sign the economy is not doing well, look no further than the latest allegations General Electric is a “bigger fraud than Enron.”  The person making this charge is Harry Markopolos who uncovered the $60 billion Bernie Madoff scam years ago. This is a DOW 30 stock, and downside of this news, if proven true, is dire.

Deutsche Bank (DB), the financial institution the International Monetary Fund (IMF) called the “most systemically dangerous bank in the world” back in 2016, hit a fresh new all-time low of $6.44 per share. Charles Nenner predicted that if DB went below $6.40, it would head to $0 in the not-so-distant-future. Will world renowned, market cycle expert Charles Nenner be proven correct?  This also has dire market implications!

Analyst Bo Polny, market cycle expert that applies the Bible to his work, says a “worldwide market crash is coming in 2019.” Polny says gold and silver prices are headed to new all-time highs, and there will be severe market down turns coming in the months ahead. This is a first ever live interview included within the Wrap-Up.

Join Greg Hunter as he talks about the big financial stories of the week and also interviews Bo Polny of Gold2020Forecast.com about a market crash of Biblical proportions coming soon.

A Brief History of Penny Stocks

penny stocksIf you’re new to the world of trading, then you’ve probably come across a lot of terms that you haven’t heard before. This may include the phrase penny stocks.

As a beginner, it’s easy to assume that these securities are just low-priced trading options – available for something close to a penny. However, the truth is that penny stocks are actually any publicly traded security with a low price point (under $5 usually), and a small-capitalization in the market.

These trading options are most commonly distributed my smaller, new companies that haven’t been able to establish a track record in their chosen industry yet. Depending on where you are in the world, and who you ask, the definition of penny stocks can differ. However, one thing you should always keep in mind is that like any trading option; there’s no one-size-fits-all strategy when it comes to working with low-price securities. While inexpensive stocks may well be a great option for some people, they also trade infrequently, which means that they lack liquidity. Additionally, lower levels of trading activity can also lead to higher bid-ask spreads, making it challenging to find the right price for your investments.

Where Did Penny Stocks Come From?

Low-cost securities have been around since the dawn of the stock market. These options have been available in one form or another since people started buying and selling parts of businesses and securities in Wall Street and beyond. Some companies even offered shares of their brands for low prices at the end of the nineteenth century.

Because they have high levels of liquidity and limited certainty when it comes to future predictions of performance, penny stocks are often associated with bad trading decisions. The US government even blamed these securities for the stock market crash in 1929. However, since the Securities and Exchange Act was established in 1934, the penny bidding environment for trading has become safer and more accessible. It was the mid-1990s by the time that this particular kind of trading began to explode more significantly than ever before. Specific brokers began to emerge that specialized in penny trading, and online platforms appeared where people could practice their strategies when investing in low-price solutions.

How Are Penny Stocks Established Today?

The vast majority of penny stocks come from companies that most investors have never heard of until they find them on the trading market. Like any other publicly traded asset, these investment options are created through an initial public offering, or IPO, issued by startups and small companies ready to make their first steps into the trading world. The process of establishing an IPO can be a lengthy one, but it’s also an excellent way for companies to gain much-needed capital.

For penny trades to be regarded as safe and reliable, they need to be listed on an official trading board, which requires companies to prepare registration statements or files that states the details of the offering. Once this documentation is approved, the business can begin to seek orders from investors, which makes their penny stocks available to purchase. The company can also file to have their stock traded in the OTC market, or listed on larger exchanges, depending on the nature of the business.

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The Road to Hell Is Paved with Virtue-Signaling

Virtue-SignalingCharles Hugh Smith – Here in the decay phase of Imperial Pretensions, The best lack all conviction, while the worst are full of passionate intensity. It’s a line from Yeats’ poem The Second Coming, and it speaks to our current stumbling descent toward the abyss, where the worst invest their energies in virtue-signaling and the best retreat from the hopelessness of actually addressing our real-world problems.

The road to Hell is paved with virtue-signaling: rather than actually solve the knotty problems that are dragging us toward the abyss, we substitute self-righteousness for problem-solving. That is virtue-signaling in a nutshell.

Virtue-signaling goes hand in hand with the only “solution” that’s politically correct: throw a borrowed trillion dollars at the “problem”, dance the humba-humba around the bonfire at midnight and hope that magic will resolve the underlying issues. Continue reading “The Road to Hell Is Paved with Virtue-Signaling”

What to Do If You Feel You Were Wrongfully Dismissed

Wrongfully DismissedGetting dismissed is never easy, but it’s even worse when it was done unfairly. Unfortunately, a lot of people are wrongfully dismissed every year, and might not know that they might have a case against their employer. That’s why it’s not only important that workers know their rights, but know what to do in case they were violated. Here’s what you should do if you feel you were wrongfully dismissed by your employer.

Examples of Wrongful Dismissal

You first have to know if your dismissal was wrongful in the first place. If your employer didn’t have a legitimate reason to dismiss you, or your dismissal wasn’t following the company’s formal dismissal or disciplinary process, then you might have a case. Continue reading “What to Do If You Feel You Were Wrongfully Dismissed”

YouTube and Search Engine Optimization for Web Traffic

YouTubeYouTube is one of the best marketing channels in the world. People love watching videos more than reading texts, and that is why YouTube has kept growing over the past few years. It’s not just a social media platform – it’s the second largest search engine in the world.

As the top videos hosting platform in the world, the channel attracts a huge number of global users every day, which good marketers take advantage of.

Unfortunately, achieving maximum utility of the platform is not easy. That is why it is advised that one thinks seriously about optimizing for YouTube. Continue reading “YouTube and Search Engine Optimization for Web Traffic”