Las Vegas BMA’s Has Launched It’s 2020 Nomination Voting Poll’s

The BMA’s  is launching an impressive expansion campaign to eventual cover every major city in the US and beyond. It is roomored that a handful of major black own labels will step up as not only sponsors, but will start using the BMA’s as the breading grounds for their new artist. As the BMA’s is systematically teaming up with other indigenous black own  companies in the industry, Urban Star Media has emerged as the official media group for the BMA’s nationally. Urban Star Media President, Chief Minko Yakaba, from the…

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screwed up’ than the stock market is currently reflecting, warns billionaire investor

‘We’re only down 15% from the all-time high of Feb. 19… it seems to me the world is more than 15% screwed up.’ That’s Howard Marks, the billionaire founder of Oaktree Capital, commenting in a CNBC interview Monday on what he sees as a huge disconnect between what the coronavirus pandemic is doing to the global economy and what we’re seeing in the stock market. “It took seven years to get back to the 2000 highs in 2007. It took 5½ years to get back to the 2007 highs in late 2012,”…

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Stock market investors should pay attention to baffling coronavirus data from Boston

Referenced Symbols DIA-2.38%  DJIA-2.44%  SPY-1.70%  SPX-1.78%  GILD-3.25%  AMZN+0.78%   MSFT-1.98%   AMD+0.65%   TSLA-0.99% Investors may not have noticed Boston coronavirus data that goes against the prevailing wisdom. In Boston’s Pine Street Inn, a homeless shelter, 397 people were tested for coronavirus and 146 tested positive but showed no symptoms. The Centers for Disease Control is reviewing the data. There are positive and negative implications for stock market investors — I will discuss those later in this column. The takeaway for investors is that a lot is still unknown about the coronavirus.…

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US STOCKS-Wall Street drops as U.S. crude futures prices turn negative

(For a live blog on the U.S. stock market, click or type LIVE/ in a news window.) * U.S. crude front-month drops to record low -$37.63 a barrel * Indexes: Dow -1.79%, S&P 500 -1.27%, Nasdaq -0.46% (Updates with afternoon trade) By Noel Randewich April 20 (Reuters) – Wall Street fell sharply on Monday after U.S. crude futures turned negative for the first time in history, underscoring the chaos the coronavirus pandemic has unleashed on the global economy. The S&P energy index tumbled 2.8% after the front-month May U.S. West…

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US Oil Prices Plunge As Storage Runs Out, Analyst Says Oil ETF Investors ‘Likely To Burn Their Fingers’

The shares of several oil stocks were trading lower Monday, after the price of oil fell significantly down to $11 per barrel as storage for the commodity runs out and demand remains depressed. WTI Crude was down 40.72% at $10.83 at the time of publication. Oil prices plunged 40%, the biggest one-day price plunge and many investors are jumping into investing in oil ETFs. Most active traders are now focusing on the June contract (CLM0), the most active in traded volume and open interest, Ole Hansen, Saxo Bank’s head of commodity strategy,…

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Can The U.S. Economy Withstand the Coronavirus by Itself?

An economist responds to readers’ questions about the effect of the coronavirus on the global economy. By Ian Goldin Mr. Goldin is an economist. Outside the New York Stock Exchange on Friday.Credit…Mark Abramson for The New York Times How do world leaders limit the spread of the coronavirus while keeping the global economy from tanking? “National policies alone, adopted government by government, will not be enough to forestall a global catastrophe,” Ian Goldin writes in the Op-Ed article “Just How Bad Could a Coronavirus Recession Get?” We gave readers the opportunity…

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What is Potassium Iodide (KI)?

KI (potassium iodide) is a salt of stable (not radioactive) iodine that can help block radioactive iodine from being absorbed by the thyroid gland, thus protecting this gland from radiation injury. The thyroid gland is the part of the body that is most sensitive to radioactive iodine. People should take KI (potassium iodide) only on the advice of public health or emergency management officials. There are health risks associated with taking KI. KI (potassium iodide) does not keep radioactive iodine from entering the body and cannot reverse the health effects caused by…

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Should You Be Worried About EMF Exposure?

Most of us are used to the conveniences of modern life. But few of us are aware of the possible health risks presented by the gadgets that make our world work. It turns out that our cellphones, microwaves, Wi-Fi routers, computers, and other appliances send out a stream of invisible energy waves that some experts are concerned about. Should we be concerned? Since the beginning of the universe, the sun has sent out waves that create electric and magnetic fields (EMFs), or radiation. At the same time the sun sends out…

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EMF Clothing

In the age of 5G EMF radiation there are many new products hitting the market and is EMF radiation protective clothing.   The EMF Clothing range has been under continual development for the last few years, always evolving with the ever changing EMF landscape. Clothing for men, woman, children, babies and all type of clothing accessories. As we watch the market shift before our eye, a whole new industry emerge.

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Manny Golden

January 25, 2020 Minko Yakaba Manny Golden is THE HIP HOP CHIHUAHUA from the south. His goal is to teach people of all ages how to invest their time & money into Financial Literacy Education. He is very well traveled and now he is taking all that he has learned and wants to give back to the community starting with the children. He totally believes that children are the future and if we don’t teach them and train them on how money and finances work that we will have so many…

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