NoisyRoom Daily News Links – 10/31/18

Will $1 Trillion Be Known As The Top For A Generation?

Lindsey Graham to Introduce Bill Ending Birthright Citizenship ‘Magnet’ for Illegal Immigration

Bill Nelson Compares US Political Climate to Rwanda Pre-Genocide

Pentagon Says Border Troops Will Increase

Trudeau strips Nazi of Canadian citizenship — but not ISIS members

Why did nobody mention that Beto O’Rourke’s wife is a billionaire heiress?

Migrant Caravan Demands Mexico Provide Them Transportation

Pittsburgh Mayor Peduto refused to meet the President yesterday

Mexico deploys hundreds of police to reinforce border with Guatemala

U.S. Indicts 9 Chinese Cyber Spies

Remember the 5 GITMO terrorists Obama traded for Bergdahl? They’re back…

Aliens and Voter Fraud

The Left In America: Much More Leninist


Birthright Vs. Jurisdiction

Trump Slams Paul Ryan: He ‘Knows Nothing’ About Birthright Citizenship

Trump Warns of Dangerous Caravans

Mexican National Gets 54 Months in U.S. Prison for Making More Than 1,000 Fake IDs—in Ohio

De Blasio forgets to honor terror attack victims at their memorial


Birthright vs. Jurisdiction

By: Denise Simon | Founders Code

Let’s begin with the 39th Congress, shall we?

1865-1867, it was a time of reconstruction. For context, scan this summary of the activity of Congress.

On the matter of ratification of the 14th Amendment, a year-long study was completed by a 15 member committee. Much of the debate was on citizenship for slaves. For reference, the Joint Resolution was H.R. 127.

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Will $1 Trillion Be Known As The Top For A Generation?

By: Kent Engelke | Capitol Securities

October left all bruised. Today’s rules that are based on investing models were supposed to take the guesswork out of buying and selling decisions, utilizing technology and using math to eliminate emotions. I think most will agree that such programs are now being questioned. Will October be regarded as the month that all of yesterday’s no-lose strategies failed?

Speaking of possible tops, will $1 trillion end up being known as the Top for a Generation? Two companies “Amazon and Apple” reached this plateau and the media was filled with the countdown for the next companies to make it to this stratospheric level. At the time of this writing, Amazon is down about 23% month to date and over $275 billion from its September apex. Apple is still worth $1.02 trillion but is down about 7% for the month and 9% from its peak.

Yesterday equities had a tumultuous day, ending higher after a robust buying that occurred in the final 30 minutes of trading. At the close, Facebook posted results that perhaps proved to be “good enough.” I am certain the interpretation of the results will change several times throughout the day.

At the close today, Apple posts results. How will they be interpreted?

Last night the foreign markets were up. London was up 1.46%, Paris was up 2.11% and Frankfurt was up 1.26%. China was 1.35%, Japan was up 2.16% and Hang Sang was up 1.60%.

The Dow should open moderately higher on earnings and robust foreign markets. The 10-year is off 5/32 to yield 3.15%.