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Showing posts with label debate. Show all posts
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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Following Trump's winning most polls after the first debate, sentiment continues to be long towards buying gold

Following last night's first debate, the internet is wild with discussion and propaganda over who won, and who lost in New York last night.  But with the majority of online polls showing Trump winning by a relatively large margin, sentiment for gold continues to remain very high due to his increased odds of a victory.
Ahead of the first US presidential debate on Monday, Citigroup issued a warning alert of investors rushing into gold as the Republican nominee Donald Trump’s chances of becoming president have surpassed the 40pc mark. 
Previously seen as an unlikely winning bet by the majority of market participants throughout most of his campaign timespan, Trump is now expected to capitalize on his economic reform agenda, attracting voters yearning for change. As the chances of economic shift rise with Trump’s ascend, you can never be too safe, investors reckoned, rendered gold poised for gains in value closer to the yearend. 
Trump’s victory in November would mean a sooner interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve, with subsequent hikes to follow shortly as the Trump administration would be primarily focused on achieving economic normality. Amid the expected rate hikes, the stock market is likely to retreat, along with the value of many assets across multiple sectors of the economy. Bond yields would rise, whilst the fixed-income value would slip, a notion amongst investors spreads. Buying gold seems, therefore, a viable solution to offset the upcoming risks. “Polls have started to tighten ahead of the US presidential election, and Citi has raised the probability of a Trump victory,” Citi said in a note. 
“We expect a Trump win would bring out higher volatility in gold and forex, which in turn should lead to higher volumes in other precious metals.” - Sputnik News
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Thursday, October 4, 2012

Al Gore channels his Joe Biden in blaming altitude for Obama debate fail

When speaking without a script or in the case of President Obama, a telepromptor, candidates sound the best when they speak with conviction of what they believe, and speak the truth as they see it, not as they want to portrary it.

In poll numbers across the board that show Romney trounced the President in the first debate on Oct. 3, there was no question who spoke what they believed, and what their true convictions are.  And becuase of this, liberals, Democrats, and the media were forced to spin information in overtime as to why Obama did so poorly, and looked like the lesser man in front of the cameras.



However, one liberal that is well known for both lying and exaggeration, came up with the most preposterous excuse for Obama's failed debate.  Channeling his inner Joe Biden, former Vice President Al Gore went on national television and said it was the altitude in Denver that led to his inability to properly speak and respond to questions.



Just as the President continuously blamed Bush several times during last night's debate, Al Gore is the epitome of liberals and Democrats who refuse to take responsibility for their own shortcoming, failures, and actions.

What is next Al?  Will Obama lose the Presidency due to a rise in the oceans from global warming and other psuedo sciences you tout as fact.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Media bias against Ron Paul continues as Fox News pulls down poll from debate

Yesterday while listening to Sean Hannity, the RINO talking head from Fox News spoke with Dick Morris about the upcoming Republican debate on September 22nd in Orlando, Florida.  Throughout the entire segment, both men spoke only of three candidates, and Ron Paul was not mentioned a single time.

Interesting, since Congressman Paul clearly won the debate in the eyes of Fox News viewers, which led to the 'fair and balanced' new organization to take down their poll after the results were clearly in the camp of the man whom Rinos are scared to death of in the primaries.

Click here to go to page with Fox News debate poll.  (as you can see, the page has been taken down)

However, before the page was taken down, you can see a glimpse of the poll results courtesy of prisonplanet.com.