Monthly Archives: October 2019

Back Home And Powered Up

I Nice to be back home with the power on.  We were under mandatory evacuation since early Sunday morning and have been without power for almost a week. Thanks to our readers for all the support. We sense a real … Continue reading

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California Burnin’, Again

Here we go again.  This is getting old, folks. It’s all the fault of Hillary’s emails.  The Feds just aren’t committing enough resources to find them and “the server”  and the little energy and assets spent to keep California from … Continue reading

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Enter The Selling Zone 2.0

It’s that time again. No, not the now annual October fires in California (helluva a Chinese hoax, btw) we’re running from but the S&P moving into the selling zone. We are reposting a piece we published on the very day … Continue reading

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San Francisco Is The Tale Of Two Cities

Q:  Why does San Francisco have so many homeless? A:   Because the City has so many billionaires.  I once had a Twitter war with a Canadian, who was spewing some nonsense from a wing-nut article that San Francisco was a … Continue reading

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China Is Now The World’s Largest Official Creditor

Hard to believe the transformation of China over the past forty years. Just before Deng Xiaoping led a large Chinese delegation in 1974 to a special session of the United Nations,  the story goes, the government made a frantic search through … Continue reading

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The Fall Classic Cometh – Go Nats!

Wow!  I can’t believe it’s been a year since we posted the following piece on the World Series, which begins tonight.  The Houston Astros take on the NL champs, the Washington Nationals in the best of seven games.   Washington, D.C. … Continue reading

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Time To Start Discounting A Hard Left Turn

 “I don’t like the Democrats, but Trump is destroying the Republic!  – Retired Four-Star General (See Admiral McRaven’s editoral below)  Last week was a very bad week for President Trump and may, in hindsight, be the tipping point of his … Continue reading

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Salute, Mad Dog!

Retired four-star Admiral William McRaven: "Our Republic is under attack from the President." Meanwhile, Mattis is cracking jokes. — Polly Sigh (@dcpoll) October 18, 2019

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S&P500 Traces Out A Spinning Top Daily Candlestick

The Difference Between a Spinning Top and a Doji Spinning tops and dojis both represent indecision. Dojis are smaller, with small real bodies and small upper and lower shadows. The Spinning top has long upper and lower shadows. Both patterns occur frequently … Continue reading

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Not Your Father’s First 1,000 Days


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