Blue Cross NC would like your feedback https://t.co/KElrSuFMXs— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) February 25, 2020
Three things:— Tuomas Malinen (@mtmalinen) February 25, 2020
1) This is risky and may lead to escalation of infections.
2) Whether such efforts will be effective in returning people to work is a big question.
3) The demand destruction is already pushing through the global economy (demand for production will not be the same). https://t.co/lXYKTjaOrX
"To start, my first campaign platform would be to defend the banks, and you know how well that's gonna sell in this country," he said.https://t.co/VfUOdnJpo3— andrew kaczynski🤔 (@KFILE) February 24, 2020
Well, looking at the, eh, bright side, once the virus goes global and everybody gets sick then we can at least open the supply chains again as there's no point of attempting containment. pic.twitter.com/y89Ok2DZm4— Sven Henrich (@NorthmanTrader) February 25, 2020
BREAKING: Iran's deputy health minister tests positive for coronavirus; he had previously looked unwell during a press conference pic.twitter.com/at0DHN0m3a— BNO Newsroom (@BNODesk) February 25, 2020
When the virus gets its hooks into India... pic.twitter.com/tcJNe3OHQt— Dave Collum (@DavidBCollum) February 25, 2020
...or Mexico City.... pic.twitter.com/NhgptzSk5a— Dave Collum (@DavidBCollum) February 25, 2020
A Miami man who flew to China worried he might have coronavirus. He may owe thousands. https://t.co/fXk4H1uOc9— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) February 25, 2020
I spend hours each week reading coronavirus coverage, and I *still* walked away from this @jameshamblin story with a clearer understanding of what makes this outbreak unique. https://t.co/JntvF2SVBh— Paul Bisceglio (@PaulBisceglio) February 24, 2020
"Imagine if European virus cases spread, the same happens in Japan, and China cannot reopen as planned. And imagine what a stronger USD on top of this virus backdrop will mean for emerging-market USD borrowers. Ugly indeed.— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) February 24, 2020
"China is now 17% of the global economy and provinces that count for 89% of the country’s exports remain in lockdown."— Dave Collum (@DavidBCollum) February 24, 2020
So good. “There is no curiosity,” indeed, from MSM. If you had been watching @KeiserReport, you would have, of course, seen we have been very curious and discussing the role of the financial, monetary and political elite in this moment. https://t.co/a8Ga6iaHr0— Stacy Herbert (@stacyherbert) February 23, 2020
New Chinese study indicates novel coronavirus did not originate in Huanan seafood market - Global Times https://t.co/OpP2imV7DJ— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) February 23, 2020
Keep in mind:— Michael Oberg (@michael_oberg) February 22, 2020
- Unions often make profits from managing their worker's healthcare
- Often negotiated healthcare instead of wages
- AND as an added perk keeps the union members tied to them under the threat of losing their healthcare if they leave
Incoherence.— Otavio (Tavi) Costa (@TaviCosta) February 22, 2020
Semis are completely disconnected from fundamentals.
Earnings down 15% YoY!
Peaked a year ago with no rebound in sight.
Prices meanwhile near ATHs.
As frothy as it gets. pic.twitter.com/nWg6bvehqw
Did Bloomberg just say the rules of the Democratic Party should be followed? He literally paid the DNC to change its rules so he could appear on that debate stage...— Walker Bragman (@WalkerBragman) February 20, 2020
Have you ever seen a guy do a backflip in heels? Now you have. pic.twitter.com/c5e7Fv5P5d— Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) February 19, 2020
"Billionaires pour vast fortunes into think tanks, which are generally institutions where academics are paid to come up with the most intelligent-sounding arguments possible explaining why it would be good and smart to do something evil and stupid."https://t.co/eGy6PzErwj— Michael Krieger (@LibertyBlitz) February 19, 2020
Ominous.— Otavio (Tavi) Costa (@TaviCosta) February 19, 2020
FX vol just reached its lowest in 28 years.
Similar levels preceded major downturns:
Asian Crisis, Great Recession, and the EM meltdown.
If only there were a historic debt imbalance somewhere in the world today. pic.twitter.com/u1E5jbV9yp
“Across 9.5 million estimated new diagnoses of cancer from 2000–2012, individuals averaged 68.6±9.4 years with slight majorities being married (54.7%), not retired (51.1%), and Medicare beneficiaries (56.6%). At year+2, 42.4% depleted their entire life’s assets.”— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) February 19, 2020
There is path for humanity to survive humanely after more than half are eliminated.— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) February 18, 2020
What remains of Earth's fossil fuels will last for a thousand years with a global population of less than 1 billion inhabitants.
Earth can replenish itself.#Coronavirus #COVID19
The locking down in #Wuhan is getting tighter. No coming out at all now. #武汉 小区封锁加剧。从七天可出一次门变为任何时候不得出门。#COVID2019 #Coronavirus #CoronavirusOutbreak #coronaviruschina #武汉肺炎 #新冠肺炎 #新冠病毒 #少年译制 pic.twitter.com/kpbNgZAAjj— 曾錚 Jennifer Zeng (@jenniferatntd) February 17, 2020
60% air traffic cut in China pic.twitter.com/alnaWHa6AC— Russian Market (@russian_market) February 17, 2020
Record complacency.— Otavio (Tavi) Costa (@TaviCosta) February 17, 2020
Consumer confidence in households w/ lower education is at its highest in 42 years.
It only reached similar levels at the height of the tech bubble, in March 2000.
An incredibly reliable contrarian indicator.
Not to disparage anyone. pic.twitter.com/43L651Hsr7
Shenzhen and Shanghai both +2% last night while the entire country is locked down in their homes doing nothing and Japan posts a -6.3% GDP number— Quoth the Raven (@QTRResearch) February 17, 2020
The game is rigged. There are no more markets. Central banks have taken price discovery out the back door and shot it
This clip is absolutely powerful from @Trevornoah. And to hear him reference “the audio” from Bloomberg makes it extra meaningful.— Benjamin Dixon (@BenjaminPDixon) February 15, 2020
David vs Goliath.
"Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities." – Voltaire pic.twitter.com/jHABni8Lv6— Prof. Steve Hanke (@steve_hanke) February 16, 2020
Source: Bloomberg, Evergreen Gavekal pic.twitter.com/vMIC1js5ZN— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) February 16, 2020
Prior record high in 2011 did not matter, until June 2011 when the Fed shut of QE2. So once again, it is all about QE. https://t.co/n2Ku2w5QsF— Tom McClellan (@McClellanOsc) February 15, 2020
Here we have two types of dogs pic.twitter.com/wSEXGjXV4b— Back To Nature (@backt0nature) February 15, 2020
"The environment is a crucial factor. The environment will be unfavorable for growth around May," Nicholls said. "The evidence is to look at the common cold -- it's always during winter. So the natural environment will not be favorable in Asia in about May."— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) February 12, 2020
"The Northern Hemisphere may get lucky, and not too many cases will appear before winter finishes... The Southern Hemisphere is unlikely to be as fortunate, and large outbreaks will probably occur in Australia, South America, and Africa as they move into their winter season."— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) February 12, 2020
It doesn’t matter what answers you get if you ask the wrong questions. J Thompson— Philosophy Muse (@philosophy_muse) February 11, 2020
Imagine this today :— GregTheAnalyst (@Analyst_G) February 11, 2020
*N.Y. FED'S 14-DAY REPO OP. OVERSUBSCRIBED; $53.65B OF BIDS
Have you seen any crisis? https://t.co/u8gW7TOPye
A #virus like #Wuhan killed between 20 to 100 million occurred in 3 waves. The 1st wave was relatively small and eased during the summer of 1918.— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) February 10, 2020
The 2nd wave was much bigger, peaking with “flu season”.
The third wave hit the southern hemisphere at the onset of winter in 1919 .
The Swiss central bank owns nearly $100 billion worth of US stocks.— Stephen Blumenthal (@SBlumenthalCMG) February 10, 2020
Source: WSJs @SoberLook @markets h/t @DiMartinoBooth pic.twitter.com/i8P7PZwpJ9
Concerning the Wuhan Coronavirus; "1918 and SARS", from "What to Do Now, CPA Continuing Education Edition", 2003 Edition by George Hartzman https://t.co/kBLn68Bb3e— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) February 9, 2020
Confirmed transmission routes of the novel coronavirus include direct transmission, contact transmission and aerosol transmission, a Shanghai official said on Saturday.https://t.co/OENBpSNKz4— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) February 9, 2020
Conservatives in America seem to be in denial about the fact that the Republican party in no way represents "conservatism"— LibertySavage (@AxelSavage4) February 6, 2020
Wow...Joe almost sounds like he is starting to doubt that the U.S. has a free market. Perhaps there is still some hope? https://t.co/9ezRa5F6OW— Limerick King (@TheLimerickKing) February 7, 2020
Parabolic markets only happened 3 times in 100 yrs. pic.twitter.com/HuXVEZ0l2e— M/I_Investments (@MI_Investments) February 5, 2020
Lobbyists have prevented the IRS from creating an online tax preparation software. Go figure. I just heard that if you are below an income level, you can get access to one. The rest of us can't. What a corrupt world.— Dave Collum (@DavidBCollum) February 5, 2020
1/2 "No Congress of the United States ever assembled, on surveying the state of the Union, has met with a more pleasing prospect than that which appears at the present time." - Calvin Coolidge, 1928— John P. Hussman (@hussmanjp) February 4, 2020
Even at the 29 peak, the most reliable valuation measures were lower than today pic.twitter.com/xVeMRFgcmP
"Because China has been kept growing by an incomprehensibly large increase in debt, its economy is actually a massive and vulnerable Ponzi-scheme waiting to collapse."#China #coronavirus #economy https://t.co/k7YMLCEPMT— Tuomas Malinen (@mtmalinen) January 28, 2020
If your candidate isn’t getting baselessly smeared on the front pages of the billionaire press, they’re probably not a threat to anyone with any power. That’s the reality.— Ronan Burtenshaw (@ronanburtenshaw) January 25, 2020
Sunday very early morning interesting snippet:— Raoul Pal (@RaoulGMI) January 26, 2020
Moody's, the rating agency has risen 1545% since the 2009 low, trades with a tech-like 34 P/E and has a $50bn market cap (WTAF?!)
This, my friends, is the poster child of the largest debt orgy in history. pic.twitter.com/EkD61Eet7P
China's National Health Commission Minister, Ma Xiaowei, said the incubation period for the virus could range from one to 14 days, and it was infectious during incubation. This was not the case with Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (Sars), a coronavirus that originated in China"— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) January 26, 2020
In a post that was online for less than an hour, the Wuhan Health Commission admitted Thursday that it was struggling to respond to the outbreak."— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) January 24, 2020
That's funny. Jamie Dimon seemed fine with corporate socialism when his bank got a $416 billion bailout from American taxpayers. https://t.co/KYhvG2kVvt— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) January 22, 2020
Mind-boggling.— Otavio (Tavi) Costa (@TaviCosta) January 23, 2020
8 out of 11 sectors are at record valuations.
Unparalleled to anything we’ve seen in the last 30+ years.
The boom and bust cycle isn’t over. pic.twitter.com/jp83TunwlI
Men have taste receptors on their testicles.— UberFacts (@UberFacts) January 22, 2020
Those who know the least, obey the best.— Esoteric Exposal (@EsotericExposal) January 19, 2020
*We need to vote in 2020 to save the country from the destruction caused by our last vote..— Bradley Thomas (@EraseState) January 10, 2020
..which was a vote to save the country from the results
of the last vote..
..which was a vote ..etc.*
Perhaps the system needs changing, not your votes
This is what we call an eichenwald, kids. pic.twitter.com/PlN2vhbmNW— posey (@upcuntrydegen) January 8, 2020
Every American family basically pays an $8,000 ‘poll tax’ under the U.S. health system, top economists say https://t.co/8PB6PPbzTl— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) January 7, 2020
Ever been robbed and didn't know it?— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) December 29, 2019
Ever been fleeced with the help of those you voted for to represent you in government?
Ever been a victim of legalized theft? pic.twitter.com/3QanVOSLh4
Booming economy. Right.... pic.twitter.com/RQdc3UrzP1— Dave Collum (@DavidBCollum) December 22, 2019