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  1. President Trump speaks as Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, left, and Centers for Disease Control Director Robert Redfield, right, look on at the CDC headquarters in Atlanta on Friday. (Hyosub Shin/AJC) Do those guys who have dedicated their lives to medicine look like they believe him? B/A
  2. Why listen to him... He just lies... Go get a test... See how easy it is. He said everyone can get a test right now. Go hang out at his next rally, he tells people his rallies are safe. You believe him right? Go listen to him tell the world this is not as bad as the flu. The only people who believe this guy is the dwindling number of followers... B/A
  3. Traitorous??? A president who shuts down the leading health professionals... A president who lies about anyone being able to get tested for the virus right now? A president who blames the media for a pandemic? What's traitorous, is a bunch of people who don't question the failings of their leaders.... Trump's managerial skills are nothing less than a pathetic joke. He couldn't manage a Wendy's... Crisis management is one of the most important attributes a president must have... The only thing this guy must have is a bunch of yes men sucking up to him and his complete lack of unders
  4. "Stimulus" you mean corporate welfare... What are we The Soviet Union?... Is our government now the linchpin for bad business? Giving money to corporations ain't gonna help all those million of people in service jobs living week to week and off tips when no one shows up for their $5 coffee at Starbucks, or their $40 finger nail polish. Yeah, I see some up side, but it's a Dead Cat bounce, just like last week... Shorties will cover and take profits. Mom and Pops are going to wake up to shocking 401Ks, but they won't get any corporate welfare... They will get what they always get...
  5. No delight... I took a big hit today... Just facts... Trump can take claim for the biggest drops in market history.. Like five of the top 10. If he takes credit for the 11 year bull market he can take credit for worst day in history. Rank Date Close Change Ref Net % 1 2020-03-09 23,851.02 −2,013.76 −7.79 [16] 2 2020-02-27 25,766.64 −1,190.95
  6. Its a good day for Donald- dow drops 2000 points triggering a bear market, the US is unprepared for a pandemic, His health secretary tells people to start hoarding meds and food, North Korea fires missiles and has been found to still be working on Nukes, a video of 100s of illegals scaling the new wall with PVC ladders is released. Should be quite a tweet storm tonight B/A
  7. I'm thinking it won't be time to buy for another month... Or maybe after Q2 numbers come out... Those are going to be bad... Very bad. B/A
  8. That’s CNBC’s Jim Cramer capturing the mood on Wall Street on Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropping more than 1,600 points, oil prices CL00, -25.170% plunging and the 10-year Treasury yield TMUBMUSD10Y, 0.538% plumbing historic lows. In a series of tweets, Cramer warned that signs point to an imminent recession: Cramer also said that, by the time the market closes, we could be waving goodbye to the bull market investors have enjoyed for more than a decade. “I think that that’s certainly a realistic thing,” he said. “It’s been a great run.” A gr
  9. Think of it like this... The dinar RVs... You go to one bank and they want .1% to exchange and the other wants 3%... Which bank would you choose? B/A
  10. It's not about the total number... It's about the percentage of mortality... So if one million people get the flu, less than .1% die. If one million get this new virus, over 3% may die.. See .1% is far less than 3%. It may not seem like much, until it comes to your neighborhood. B/A
  11. That's because this was created by aliens and they are reducing the population and humankind's ability to resist. Children are not a threat to them... B/A
  12. U.S. stock-index markets on Monday tumbled, triggering a circuit breaker as fears of an oil price war between OPEC and Russia sent crude futures plunging, sending shock waves through global financial markets already shaken by the spread of COVID-19 Analysts seeking safety fled into government bonds, driving the yield on the benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury plummeting 25.1 basis points to 0.43% — another all-time low. Yields and debt prices move in opposite directions. What are major indexes doing? Before being halted, the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -7.89% was down 1,884.88
  13. The UK has set up a special unit to fight the spread of fake news about the coronavirus after the US accused Russia of spreading a series of conspiracy theories. The US has accused Russia of disseminating disinformation about the virus, including a now widespread theory that the COVID-19 virus was created by the CIA as a biological weapon. The unit will work with social media companies to combat disinformation about the COVID-19 virus. "Defending the country from misinformation and digital interference is a top priority," UK digital minister Oliver Dow
  14. World Health Organization Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a news briefing March 3 that the global case fatality rate for the coronavirus is believed to be about 3.4 percent, higher than the 2.3 percent reported in a China CDC study released in February. But a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine last week found a death rate of 1.4 percent among a group of 1,099 patients, suggesting the rate could be lower than those reported by the WHO and Chinese officials. “By comparison, seasonal flu generally kills far fewer than 1 percent of those infected,” Tedr
  15. Crude Oil 32.17 -9.11(-22.07%)
  16. S&P Futures 2,819.00 -145.00(-4.89%) Dow Futures 24,534.00 -1,255.00(-4.87%) Nasdaq Futures 8,093.25 -410.00(-4.82%)
  17. How Coronavirus Is Affecting Entertainment: All the Major Delays and Cancellations The coronavirus pandemic continues to escalate, with the death toll now topping 3,000 and as many as 90,000 confirmed cases of the disease. In addition to the human toll, the spread of coronavirus has blunted global economic activity significantly. The Dow experienced its worst week since the 2008 recession and workers continue to weigh the risks of commuting and public interface. The entertainment industry has been one of those most impacted by the virus. Hollywood executives have begun to take
  18. Based on your avatar with Trump as a Chippendale's dancer I would have to agree. 😎 B/A
  19. Americans divided on party lines over risk from coronavirus: Reuters/Ipsos poll WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Americans who now find themselves politically divided over seemingly everything are now forming two very different views of another major issue: the dangers of the new coronavirus. Democrats are about twice as likely as Republicans to say the coronavirus poses an imminent threat to the United States, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll conducted this week. And more Democrats than Republicans say they are taking steps to be prepared, including washing their hands more often or limi
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