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8 12, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: December 08, 2015

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Morning Call: December 08, 2015 Trump calls for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the US. Islamophobia? US confirms death of top ISIS leader in Libya. First ever red alert in effect in Beijing – stirs climate change […]

30 09, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: September 30, 2015

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Morning Call: September 30, 2015 Markets pause ahead of Jobs Friday: Consumer Confidence up, deflation lingers. Abe says Japan must solve its own problems before accepting any Syria refugees. A Saudi airstrike in Yemen killed 135 civilians at a wedding […]

29 09, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: September 29, 2015

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Morning Call: September 29, 2015 Obama and Putin clash over working with Syria’s Assad, Russia may start bombing ISIS in a – me too effort. Afghan Taliban seize Kunduz city center in landmark gain. Countries pledge 40,000 UN peacekeepers at […]

4 08, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: August 04, 2015

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Morning Call: August 04, 2015 State Department watered down human trafficking report to get trade deal. Economic data sags, Bonds climb and the Commodity rout continues. China struggles to manipulate their markets – US Hedge Fund Citadel suspended. Russian Foreign […]

27 07, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: July 27, 2015

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Morning Call: July 27, 2015 Global equities slump continues as commodities extend their drop. Economic data mixed as Fed and the markets ponder the September rate hike – see charts in the video report. German Finance Minister Schaeuble open to […]

21 07, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: July 21, 2015

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Morning Call: July 21, 2015 NASDAQ bubble (all time highs) vs commodity plunder (lowest since 2002). Just 4 companies make up 31% of the NASDAQ index. Jim Paulsen (famed short seller who made billions in the 2008 crisis) says, the […]