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Early in the week, the markets were underpinned by optimism over potential production cuts by OPEC. Today, it’s better than expected U.S. retail sales data supporting prices. On Thursday, the U.S. reported that retail sales rose 0.7% in July as consumers bought a range of goods

Betting on the blissful ignorance of the average American consumer to fuel the economy can only work so long.
Oil Price Fundamental Daily Forecast –Slight Rise Indicates Traders Downplaying Recession Concerns
So I recently went looking for more news aggregators and checked as a possibility. They have now made the Y home page news a celebrity & crime tabloid with a few sprinklings of news and politics.  It's god-awful.
When the unemployment rate gets LOW employers begin to hire the unemployable.
I bet walking about with mirrors hanging off would confuse state of the art for a few more years yet
Economics & Investing / Re: At what age do you want to retire?
« Last post by Rupert on August 16, 2019, 11:56:27 AM »
So much to think about isn't there :)

I strongly believe the we in the west are the luckiest people ever to have lived. We SHOULD therefore be the happiest ever, but sadly it appears we are not.

Perhaps the big knocks of people dying in such huge numbers made those alive more aware of what they had/have.
Marketing / Re: Free Visual Content Creation Tool
« Last post by philipking on August 16, 2019, 11:38:09 AM »
Really nice... but I do not enjoy having to hunt for pricing.


I've been playing around with Fotor for a few days and have been fairly happy with the free plan. ;D
I was considering to upgrade to pro version, as $39.99 for a year you get a lot of features and its not really a bad price point either if you are just starting out and want to try something new.
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