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Monthly Archives: January 2019

How to Beat PCOS, Endometriosis, and More with Cinnamon

Cinnamon is known for its characteristic flavour and aroma. The ingredient is acknowledged for its ample health benefits. It helps people suffering from cognitive impairment, diabetes, heart diseases and many more. Add cinnamon to your diet to avail its benefits.  Read More »

US Suspends Nuclear Arms Treaty Compliance

In a sign that Russia might soon be deploying those new hypersonic missiles that Russian President Vladimir Putin has been showing off lately, Reuters reported that the US is preparing to suspend compliance with the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty, citing four US officials, opening the door to the reintroduction of medium-range ground-based nuclear arms in the area around Russia. The ... Read More »

Technology And IP Are “Thorniest” Issues Amid US-China Trade Talks: Lighthizer

Update2: According to Bloomberg, while the trade talks with China have been productive, Lighthizer noted that technology issues and the protection of US Intellectual Property (IP) are the “thorniest” issues. The US Trade Rep. added that President Trump is closely involved in the negotiations.  Earlier in the day the White House reiterated that it would adhere to a March 1 deadline to slap new ... Read More »

Stocks Have Been This Overbought Before…Once

Via Dana Lyons’ Tumblr, U.S. stocks recently registered the 2nd most overbought condition in their 150-year history… Temperatures wrought by the polar vortex here in Chicago have truly reached ludicrous levels. Today’s low is projected to be minus 26 degrees Fahrenheit — without the wind chill. That got me thinking — is that the coldest temperature ever recorded in the ... Read More »

Howard Schultz Lobs Patriotic Microaggressions After Savage Attack By Liz Warren

Starbucks chairman emeritus and potential 2020 candidate for US president Howard Schultz has engaged in a heated spat with Sen. Elizabeth Warren over wealth.  After telling NPR’s “Morning Edition” on Tuesday that Warren’s plan for a 2% annual tax on households with a net worth greater than $50 million was “ridiculous” and nothing more than a “good headline,” Warren hit back – ... Read More »

Amazon’s best deals: Save on the Instant Pot, Apple iPad, and Amazfit Bip

As we head into the weekend, we’ve rounded up this week’s top deals from Amazon, which include a variety of best-selling tech gadgets. The highlighted deals include the most recent Apple iPad for $279.99, $10 off Amazon’s Choice 4K Fire TV Stick, and the Cowin noise-canceling headphones for only $49.99. Amazon’s best deal this week is the popular Instant Pot ... Read More »

Apple has blocked Google from running internal iOS apps after certificate misuse

Apple has blocked Google from distributing its internal-only iOS apps on its corporate network after a TechCrunch investigation found the search giant abusing the certificates. “We’re working with Apple to fix a temporary disruption to some of our corporate iOS apps, which we expect will be resolved soon,” said a Google spokesperson. A spokesperson for Apple said: “We are working together ... Read More »

An Obituary To Fed Credibility

Authored by Sven Henrich via NorthmanTrader.com, As with many terminal patients the initial hope is that aggressive treatment would work and cure the patient. But when the one time emergency round of drugs didn’t cure the patient additional drugs were needed and turned the patient into a hopeless junkie. After multiple injections a sense of dread was making the rounds. ... Read More »

Amazon Drops After Guiding To Worst Revenue Growth Since 2001, Slowing Prime Subscriptions

After two months of dramatic volatility in its stock, which saw the share price of Amazon first tumble to close 2018 then soar by in the past month, Jeff Bezos’ online retailing titan was expected to report blow out earnings after what the company said was a record holiday period (while news of Bezos’ divorce from his wife came and ... Read More »

China Dumps Treasuries For 6th Straight Month, France Hits Record Exposure

As trade wars reached new levels of anger in November, China dumped $17.5 billion of US Treasuries (and was the biggest seller that month). This is the 6th monthly drop in China’s Treasury holdings and they are now at their lowest level since May 2017… Norway, Ireland, and Taiwan was also among the biggest dumpers of US Treasuries in November. ... Read More »