Party is over for crypto currencies and SPACs

Cryptocurrencies that seemed to be defying gravity just weeks ago came back down to earth this week. The two main digital currencies, bitcoin and ethereum, fell as much as 30% and 45% respectively, but significantly pared losses after two of their biggest backers -...

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We are not there yet

The Friday U.S. jobs report was a reminder that things are not quite back to normal. Unemployment ticked up to 6.1% as businesses added just 266,000 jobs in April—well below expectations of one million. The negative report, coupled with March’s downward revisions, ...

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Wisdom of circular logic never fails

In recent months, we have been exposed to a slew of events beginning with the elections in November that has put the rational brain to the test. It began with election fraud - some moron on reddit claimed there was election fraud and a ballot box was mysteriously...

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Recovery arrives; Let the price gouging begin

Stocks jumped to record highs this week with retail sales and weekly jobless claims signaling an accelerating recovery. Yields on benchmark 10-year Treasury notes dropped the most since February. Economic data released on Thursday showed that some parts of the U.S....

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