By: Renee Nal | New Zeal
This week, Trevor Loudon presents Part One of a series exposing the radical ties of Florida Gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum. Gillum, the current mayor of Tallahassee, Florida, has a long history with hard-core socialist activists.
Andrew Gillum is a threat to national security.
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In 2016, New Zealand author and film-maker Trevor Loudon released his full-length documentary The Enemies Within, which exposed a shocking number of United States Senators and members of Congress who pose a security risk to America. These elected officials were all tied to hostile foreign powers, anti-American Marxist groups or fronts for the pro-terrorist Muslim Brotherhood.
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By: Lloyd Marcus
A few days ago, my wife Mary and I left our home in West Virginia to fly to Denver to meet up with our Conservative Campaign Committee team. A baby screamed for what seemed like the entire four-hour flight to Denver.
With the midterm elections only weeks away, this is our Conservative Campaign Committee’s final road trip to keep the GOP in control of the House and Senate. Mary and I will not return home until after the November 6 election. Upon landing in Denver, the game plan was to pile into an SUV and drive eight hours to Montana to campaign for Matt Rosendale. Snow and freezing rain forced us to spend a few nights in Denver.
Thanks to a break in the weather, we’re on the road to Montana. I am reporting in to you from the far back row of the SUV – not because I am black. (Just having a little fun – leftists make everything about race.) I picked the back seat because I can listen to relaxing Christian music in my headset and write.
Like all conservatives and Republicans, the Conservative Campaign Committee is under severe attack by leftist operatives who are hell-bent on stopping Trump’s America-first agenda. CCC is not funded by major corporations. We are funded by individuals across America who love their country and want to see Trump’s amazing achievements continue. Suddenly, email services CCC has used for years have canceled our accounts, calling our funding emails “hate speech.” So supporting Trump’s agenda is now deemed hate speech by leftists. Folks, your financial support is greatly appreciated.
By: Kent Engelke | Capitol Securities
Equities rose as earnings provided a respite from tension over trade and geopolitics. The S&P 500 rallied back above its 200-day moving average as early profit reports suggest that neither tariffs or tightening conditions are as bad as some have been suggesting.
Buying accelerated late in the day… buying that was the result of technology-based trading.
Is intense volatility the new trend?
Speaking of trends, Blackrock, the world’s largest money manager, saw its net inflows soften in the third quarter to the lowest since 2016. Blackrock stated institutions withdrew $24.8 billion from its index and active products. These outflows, however, were offset by its iShares exchange-traded business.
What I found interesting is its earnings statement: “Institutions do not understand the political instabilities…they are worried about the impact of global trade. A common conversation we are hearing from clients is: are we at peak earnings?”
As noted, institutions are withdrawing monies while their iShares (indexing) is gaining money. Historically, when retail monies dominate a trade, the trade is in its final inning. How will this scenario unfold especially as indexing is perhaps the most crowded trade ever in mankind?
NFLX reported earnings at yesterday’s close. It was the inverse of the second quarter’s report. Shares are substantially higher.
Last night the foreign markets were mixed. London was up 0.19%, Paris was down 0.21% and Frankfurt was down 0.49%. China was up 0.60%, Japan was up 1.29% and Hang Sang was up 0.07%.
The Dow should open moderately lower even as some high profile companies surprised. What caused a reversal of the sentiment? Equities going too far too quickly? Bloomberg writes: “There is a colossal change in sentiment from yesterday’s close to today’s opening.” How will this day unfold? The 10-year is unchanged at 3.16%.