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From: Vitas3/28/2020 2:08:23 AM
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A Bonanza for Rich Real Estate Investors, Tucked Into Stimulus Package

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From: Vitas3/28/2020 2:12:32 AM
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Man Who Beat Investing Greats: “This is the 1 stock all retirees must own.”

Growing up a child prodigy in mathematics, Louis Navellier was seemingly destined for the quantum physics labs at MIT or mission control at NASA.

But that all changed in college when he found he could direct his gift with numbers towards analyzing the stock market.

Navellier immersed himself in the world of finance and never looked back…

He became so good at trading stocks, he soon found himself a college-aged millionaire.

And not too long after, managing his own multibillion-dollar investment firm — where he found many of today’s brand name tech companies when they were trading for peanuts…

Like Apple, which he found when it was trading for only $1.49 per share.



Oracle, which Navellier found at $6 per share…

He uncovered Amazon when it was a $46 stock.



Microsoft when it was only 39 cents per share…

And Marketwatch called him “the advisor who recommended Google before anyone else.”

As you can imagine, early calls like these led to extraordinary returns for Navellier. In fact, over a 15-year period his investment fund turned every dollar into $41 — a 4,000% return that bested even Warren Buffett, the “Oracle of Omaha.” In recent years, his model portfolios have also trounced several other investing legends including Ray Dalio and David Einhorn.

Even though he’s considered by many as one of the greatest investment minds of our time, Mr. Navellier shuns the spotlight.

But that’s beginning to change…

Louis recently started a new venture where he began sharing the stock picks he would otherwise recommend to his wealthy clients, with regular folks.

And the results have been incredible:

Folks have been cashing in left and right.

One gentleman named Ken S. said Louis’s research helped him to make the money to buy a new boat.

Another man, Calvin M. made $30,000 from just one of Louis’s picks.

And, remarkably, after retiring with only $40,000 former army officer Mitch S. and his wife soon grew their nest egg to $600,000 thanks to Mr. Navellier’s recommendations.

As great as his past track record has been, Louis says a new technology he discovered recently will dwarf anything he’s found before…

Over the next few years its set to usher in $15 trillion in new wealth.

Making it bigger than PCs, the internet, smartphones… Microsoft, Apple, or Google.

You see, unlike new technologies he’s uncovered in years past — this technology is going to radically transform not one but just about every major industry across on the planet.

Its already started to upend the automotive industry, the healthcare industry, and the energy industry, just to name a few…

And the best part is: Navellier has identified a little-known company at the center of it all.

He says: if you’re at or near retirement age its stock is a “must buy.”

In fact, he recently put together a presentation with the full details.

But I should warn you: what Mr. Navellier has to say is controversial… this new technology is already starting to radically alter many aspects of our everyday lives. And many of the facts in his presentation aren’t being reported in the mainstream press. But for the time being, you can view it, by clicking here.


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From: Vitas3/28/2020 2:51:24 AM
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Blue Hen Falls in Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Ohio
Ohio has but one national park, so they went all out with Cuyahoga Valley. It’s unique among US national parks for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is that Cuyahoga Valley includes working farms within the park’s boundaries. Much of the area’s land had been, or was in danger of, becoming urbanized, with historic farms lost to development. As the National Park Service, and groups within Ohio, began identifying potential park land, they found that the farms were some of the least developed parcels in the region. How to get around that? Include them in the park’s boundaries.
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Cuyahoga Valley National Park (U.S. National Park Service)

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Though a short distance from the urban areas of Cleveland and Akron, Cuyahoga Valley National Park seems worlds away. The park is a refuge for native plants and wildlife, and provides routes of discovery for visitors. The winding Cuyahoga River gives way to deep forests, rolling hills, and open farmlands.

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Sandwiched between Cleveland and Akron, at first glance, this seems an unlikely spot for a National Park, but once the suburbs and industrial fringes of the big cities have receded, you find yourself in a lovely, remote feeling landscape, defined by the course of the Cuyahoga

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A trip to Cuyahoga Valley National Park offers a diverse array of activities. Whether you prefer attending ranger-guided programs or exploring the park on your own, you can find something to your liking. Start your adventure on the Trip Planning page. This will give you an overview of facilities and popular activities.

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From: Vitas4/1/2020 3:50:03 AM
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From: Vitas4/1/2020 5:07:18 PM
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Planetary Computer

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From: Vitas4/2/2020 1:54:03 PM
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The 8 Worst Market Crashes of the Last Century

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Hindsight is 20/20
If you’re in a frenzy because of the market’s recent volatility, a bit of perspective might come in handy. After all, studies show that a steady hand is a key to building long-term financial security. No one can know what the future might have in store for stocks, but lessons learned from prior stock market crashes could help you navigate the next one. Read on to learn what caused the eight worst market sell-offs over the past 100 years and what happened afterward.

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From: Vitas4/2/2020 2:08:18 PM
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From: Vitas4/2/2020 3:31:56 PM
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El Niño, Baja California, Mexico

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La Niña



La Niña (/l??'ni?nj?/, [la 'ni?a]) is a coupled ocean-atmosphere phenomenon that is the colder counterpart of El Niño, as part of the broader El Niño–Southern Oscillation climate pattern. The name La Niña originates from Spanish, meaning "the little girl", analogous to El Niño meaning "the little boy". It has also in the past been called anti-El Niño, and El Viejo (meaning "the old man"). During a period of La Niña, the sea surface temperature across the equatorial Eastern Central Pacific Ocean will be lower than normal by 3 to 5 °C (5.4 to 9 °F). An appearance of La Niña persists for at least five months. It has extensive effects on the weather across the globe, particularly in North America, even affecting the Atlantic and Pacific hurricane seasons, in which more tropical cyclones in the Atlantic basin due to low wind shear and warmer sea surface temperatures, while reducing tropical cyclogenesis in the Pacific Ocean during a La Niña.



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From: Vitas4/3/2020 2:42:15 AM
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Grain and Oilseeds

ProductCodeContractLastChangeChartOpenHighLowGlobex Vol
Corn FuturesZCK0MAY 2020 MAY 2020335'2+1'6 Show Price Chart334'4336'2334'013,428
Mini-Corn FuturesXCK0MAY 2020335'4+2'0 Show Price Chart334'0336'2334'0291
Chicago SRW Wheat FuturesZWK0MAY 2020 MAY 2020547'0+5'2 Show Price Chart541'6549'4541'43,990
Mini-sized Chicago SRW Wheat FuturesXWK0MAY 2020547'4+5'6 Show Price Chart544'5548'6543'3187
Soybean FuturesZSK0MAY 2020 MAY 2020859'4+0'6 Show Price Chart859'6864'4858'24,387
Mini Soybean FuturesXKK0MAY 2020860'0+1'2 Show Price Chart859'0864'1858'6315
Soybean Meal FuturesZMK0MAY 2020 MAY 2020308.9-0.2 Show Price Chart309.0310.5308.51,920
Soybean Oil FuturesZLK0MAY 2020 MAY 202026.26+0.02 Show Price Chart26.2526.4726.133,333
Oats FuturesZOK0MAY 2020 MAY 2020266'6+2'2 Show Price Chart264'4269'0263'050
Rough Rice FuturesZRK0MAY 2020 MAY 202014.310+0.065 Show Price Chart14.30014.31014.28011
KC HRW Wheat FuturesKEK0MAY 2020 MAY 2020470'0+6'0 Show Price Chart464'0472'4463'61,452
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Livestock

ProductCodeContractLastChangeChartOpenHighLowGlobex Vol
Live Cattle FuturesLEM0JUN 2020 JUN 202083.075-4.500 Show Price Chart87.22587.25083.07520,513
Lean Hog FuturesHEM0JUN 2020 JUN 202052.825-4.500 Show Price Chart52.82554.00052.82521,421
Feeder Cattle FuturesGFK0MAY 2020 MAY 2020111.650-6.750 Show Price Chart116.675116.700111.6505,005


Dairy

ProductCodeContractLastChangeChartOpenHighLowGlobex Vol
Class III Milk FuturesDCM0JUN 2020 JUN 202013.45-0.15 Show Price Chart13.5013.5013.4028
Class IV Milk FuturesGDKQ0AUG 2020 AUG 2020-- Show Price Chart---0
Dry Whey FuturesDYM0JUN 2020 JUN 2020-- Show Price Chart---0
Cash-settled Butter FuturesCBK0MAY 2020 MAY 2020-- Show Price Chart---0
Cash-Settled Cheese FuturesCSCK0MAY 2020 MAY 2020-- Show Price Chart---0


Forest

ProductCodeContractLastChangeChartOpenHighLowGlobex Vol
Random Length Lumber FuturesLBSK0MAY 2020 MAY 2020263.20+3.40 Show Price Chart260.40277.00258.20250


Commodity Indexes

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Bloomberg Commodity Index FuturesAWM0JUN 2020-- Show Price Chart---0
S&P-GSCI Commodity Index FuturesGDJ0APR 2020-- Show Price Chart---0
Bloomberg Roll Select Commodity Index FuturesDRSJ0APR 2020-- Show Price Chart---0


Softs

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Cocoa FuturesCJK0MAY 2020-- Show Price Chart---0
Coffee FuturesKTK0MAY 2020-- Show Price Chart---0
Cotton FuturesTTK0MAY 2020-- Show Price Chart---0
No. 11 Sugar FuturesYOK0MAY 2020-- Show Price Chart---0


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