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Possible Trade Deal Explodes Stock Market – Longest Shutdown Ever – Recap Ep03

Possible Trade Deal Explodes Stock Market - Longest Shutdown Ever - Recap Ep03

This week in the markets we saw huge news with a “potential” trade deal between President Trump and China, rises in global markets, and also interesting news with Cobalt and the demand for electric cars in the future. Podcast es available below the video. https://traffic.libsyn.com/dtaeng/jan2019-Possible_Trade_Deal_Explodes_St.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: RSS

Venezuela: President Maduro Begins His Second Term As Economy Collapses

Venezuela: President Maduro Begins His Second Term As Economy Collapses

Nicolas Maduro was inaugurated as President of Venezuela for a second term in early January. He can now be seen as one of the worst peacetime leaders ever, not only in the history of the country, but worldwide. A second six year term for Maduro, will bring nothing short of catastrophe, for the long suffering citizenry. As the economy collapses, Maduro is running out of gimmicks and excuses to explain why his brand of socialism,will fail to bring anything to the people, […]

The Weekly Recap

The Weekly Recap

Big error by Warren Buffet – New Exchange for “transparency” We share the latest news from the financial world. Don’t hesitate to comment below! An amazing 2018 & Incredible 2019 start – NOT   

Colombia Voted For Economic Growth And Security In Last Election

Colombia Voted For Economic Growth And Security In Last ElectionBogota, the capital of Colombia

Colombia a nation of more than 49 million people and a country rich in natural resources, has enormous potential as an export giant and economic power. In order to fulfill this promise, investments from both within and from abroad, must be promoted. However, foreign investment is dependent on a legal framework, that supports growth and above all security. Former President Juan Santos had become term limited, and once again Colombian voters were being asked to choose between the policies of the left […]

Recap – An amazing 2018 & Incredible 2019 start – NOT (PODCAST AVAILABLE)

Recap - An amazing 2018 & Incredible 2019 start – NOT (PODCAST AVAILABLE)

This week we share the results of the end of 2018 and also the first week of 2019. Even though everyone is talking about how great the economy is we show with the facts that this isn’t the case… https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/dtaeng/An_amazing_2018__Incredible_2019_start_NOT.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: RSS

The Weekly Recap

We share the latest news from the financial world. Don’t hesitate to comment below! An amazing 2018 & Incredible 2019 start – NOT 

United States Election Results Will Provide Ongoing Political Gridlock In 2019

United States Election Results Will Provide Ongoing Political Gridlock In 2019

The 2018 elections at the Congressional level will provide ongoing political gridlock, beginning in January. Although the Democratic Party will retake the United States House of Representatives, thus ending unified government under the Republicans, they will not have the sufficient legislative power to push through an agenda. The electorate knowingly or not, voted for a divided Congress and government. What they will get is very little actual legislation and even more political turmoil. Despite the political grandstanding, the freshly empowered Democratic leadership […]

United States 2018 Mid-Term Elections: Crucial For Direction Of The Country

United States 2018 Mid-Term Elections: Crucial For Direction Of The Country

Rarely have midterm elections in the United States been so crucial to the overall economic and political direction of the country. The nation remains deeply divided, as the electorate becomes increasingly intolerant, of viewpoints outside their own political affiliation. Centrists on the left and the right, are being sidelined, by party purists. This is the biggest voter turnout for a midterm election, since 1966. Already 34 million people have voted. Nationally, Republicans were leading by 2%. It is usually Democrats, who win […]

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