gold Gold Price Headlines 

The Ultra-Rich Are Hoarding Gold in Secret Bunkers Fearing an Apocalpyse

Gold prices have soared this year. Physical gold demand has risen impressively and could drive more price upside. The super-rich, who are known to make secret bunkers for the apocalypse, seem to be stashing gold. The price of gold has been on a roll this year. The yellow metal has rallied at a greater pace than the stock market in the past year, which isn’t surprising as investors have been putting their money into equities instead of gold to protect their capital. Gold prices have appreciated at a faster pace…

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apple Donald Trump Headlines 

Trump to Visit Apple’s Texas Factory as Employees’ Least-Funded Candidate

Apple insiders seem to favor a socialist Democrat if campaign contributions are anything to go by. The tech giant’s decision to continue producing desktop computers is a win for Trump. Austin is Apple’ s second-biggest hub after the Cupertino, California HQ. Trump’s visit to Apple’s Austin facility this Wednesday comes at a time when the tech giant is arguably emerging as one of the biggest beneficiaries of the Trump presidency. For instance, Apple (NASDAQ: APPL) is a huge beneficiary of the 2017 tax cuts that have enabled it to return…

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Elon Musk Headlines SpaceX 

Elon Musk Reveals Logistical Nightmare to Sustainably Colonize Mars

Elon Musk shared his thoughts on how to colonize Mars including logistics and timeline. The plan won’t be easy and humans who will travel to the red planet face death and hard labor. Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos also have space exploration dreams but they are not similar to Musk’s Martian inhabitation. The speculative chatter surrounding the human colonization of Mars intensified, on social media. SpaceX founder and chief Elon Musk took to Twitter to share his thoughts on how we can possibly inhabit the red planet. Needless to say,…

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Headlines Instagram 

Instagram Will Never Be ‘The Safest Place on the Internet’

Instagram will start testing the removal of like counts from certain US users in the coming week. The feature comes in response to growing criticism over mental health issues in social media. Nobody should trust a Mark Zuckerberg company. Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri recently appeared on a Wired event announce the controversial idea of hiding ‘like’ counts for users in the US. Trials are already ongoing in a number of other countries and some US users can expect similar testing to take place in the coming week. Wired invited Instagram…

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Headlines Jeffrey Epstein 

Jeffrey Epstein’s Injuries Are Increasingly Pointing to Homicide

Dr. Michael Baden’s suggestion that Jeffrey Epstein’s injuries are inconsistent with a hanging suicide have reignited controversy over the case Industry experts agree that Baden’s observations, if accurate, don’t match up with his determined cause of death. Both Baden and NYC medical examiner Barbara Sampson are highly regarded in their field, so the conflicting observations are troubling. Over the past few days, questions about the death of sex offender and disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein made their way back into headlines. Epstein allegedly committed suicide in a New York prison on…

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Dow Jones Headlines Market News S&P 500 stock market 

The Dow Could Have Its Best Week Ever

The doom and gloom that prefaced this earnings season could be clearing to reveal a rainbow of epic proportions, and some are predicting that markets could have the best week ever this week as the bulk of S&P 500 companies announce their results. Both the S&P 500 and the Dow finished last week only 1% away from record-breaking highs and if the stars align in the coming days, it could be very profitable week. Both the S&P 500 and the Dow are nearing all-time highs. | Chart: Yahoo Finance Last…

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Anne Sacoolas Boris Johnson Donald Trump Headlines Op-ed Politics 

Trump-Johnson Bromance at Risk as US-UK Diplomatic Fracas Escalates

The bromance between US President Donald Trump and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson could be nearing its expiration date. The two unconventional politicians have been relying on a safety-net trade deal between their two nations, which has emboldened each man to take a hardline stance in his government’s other international trade negotiations. However, their relationship of convenience could soon become one of contention, as they may soon have to square off over Anne Sacoolas, a US diplomat’s wife, who allegedly misused immunity to escape criminal charges. Claim: Anne Sacoolas Misused…

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Department of Motor Vehicles Headlines U.S. Politics 

Forget Facebook — Here’s Who’s Really Been Selling Your Data – CCN.com

If you think Facebook is scary, get this: one state-level government agency has been selling citizens’ personal data from right under their noses. | Source: AFP While many people remain at least partially wary of Facebook and other Big Tech giants leaking their data or sharing it with other companies, one government agency has been selling citizens’ personal data from right under their noses. The Department of Motor Vehicles in some U.S. states has allegedly been raking in tens of millions of dollars by selling drivers’ personal data to the…

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ddos Headlines wikipedia 

Wikipedia Temporarily Taken Down by DDoS Cyberattack – CCN Markets

Wikipedia had fallen victim to a cyberattack today, with the Wikimedia Foundation calling it a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack. | Source: Shutterstock Wikipedia had fallen victim to a cyberattack today, with the foundation behind the free online encyclopedia calling it a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack. The volunteer-run website was unavailable in multiple countries. Most affected appeared to be those in Europe — including Poland, France, Germany, Italy, and the United Kingdom — and the Middle East. The Wikimedia Foundation’s German Twitter account was one of the first to share the…

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Headlines Jim Bridenstine NASA Op-ed pluto 

NASA Bigwig Defies Science, Boldly Declares ‘Pluto Is a Planet’

By CCN Markets: NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine is not impressed with the scientific establishment. Last Friday (Aug. 23), the contrarian boldly declared that – astronomer consensus be damned – Pluto is a planet. My favorite soundbyte of the day that probably won’t make it to TV. It came from NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine. As a Pluto Supporter, I really appreciated this. #9wx #PlutoLoversRejoice @JimBridenstine pic.twitter.com/NdfQWW5PSZ — Cory Reppenhagen (@CReppWx) August 23, 2019 Planet Pluto Is Not a Team Player Pluto’s been trapped in exile for more than a decade. In…

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