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It’s The US Dollar, Stupid!

By Ed Bugos – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

Don’t let the bull-tards tell you the stock market over here is falling because of China’s problems, or Grexit, or fear of the nebulous Fed rate hike. 982 more words

GDP & Employment

An Autumn Reassessment – Will the fallout from China favour equities, bonds or the US Dollar?

Macro Letter – No 40 – 28-08-2015

An Autumn Reassessment – Will the fallout from China favour equities, bonds or the US Dollar?


Fundamental Dollar AS Sesi Asia 28 Agustus Bearish Tipis

Kurs dollar AS sesi Asia pagi ini (28/8) masih tenang untuk mengambil nafas menyambut data penting kawasan ekonomi AS malam ini. Index dollar AS pagi ini bergerak di teritori negatif bersamaan dengan minimnya arahan fundamental kawasan Asia dan pembukaan harga yang optimis di beberapa  bursa saham Asia. 332 more words


Recap: August 25, 2015

A relatively light agenda with just one major item — a status report on the Safe and Supportive Schools implementation, now in its second year.  The policy seeks to end disciplinary practices that disproportionately affect the education of students of color, and instead offer training and support to school staff to help de-escalate conflicts and minimize disruptive and negative behavior. 238 more words


Reflections on the rout

“Take a deep breath….everything will be okay.” This is something I find myself saying to my kids, who live so in the moment, that anything upsetting right now, might seem to them like it could last forever. 1,106 more words


Let's Make Millville Public Schools World Class...together!

Flashback to a year ago and I was a very excited and confident candidate for my local Board of Education (Millville, NJ). I had made a name for myself as a teacher in my town and felt that I had a very good chance at winning one of three seats. 1,649 more words


Recap: First meeting of the 2015-16 school year!

Students aren’t actually in school yet but as far as the district is concerned, the year is under way. Administrators returned to work in late July, teachers report back this week, and the Board resumed its normal meeting schedule tonight after the annual July hiatus. 757 more words