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Mike Swanson is the editor of WallStreetWindow.com. He is also the author of several books, including books on the history of Danville, Virginia, the Cold War, the Vietnam War, and stock trading strategies. All of these books are available at Amazon.com. For more about this website hit the about us page in the top navbar.

New Stock Market Support Level Materializes As Robert Schiller Shows Why...

So Monday saw a big dump in the DOW and caused some to come out and predict a crash, but on Tuesday the stock...

Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson On The Current State Of The American Empire...

A week ago I went to the downtown Charlottesville library and was in the audience when Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson gave this talk on the...

Monday Morning’s Top Stories Before The Opening Bell – Mike Swanson...

China, Europe Warn Trade War Could Trigger Global Recession - Bloomberg Bitcoin Prices Continue To Decline, Hitting Fresh 2018 Low - Forbes General Electric Expulsion From...

This Chart Shows Where We Are In The Financial Cycle –...

The yield curve is flattening and that means that we are late in this economic and stock market cycle. The yield curve flattens when the...

Friday Morning’s Top Stories Before The Opening Bell – Mike Swanson...

White House Split Over Hardline Response to China Trade War - Bloomberg Nearly two-thirds of CFOs say US trade policy will hurt their companies over...

Elon Musk – Who is the saboteur inside of Tesla? –...

As Musk appears to be on track to miss his goal of 5k car production by end of June he blames it on a...

Thursday Morning’s Top Stories Before The Opening Bell – Mike Swanson...

China Has a Nuclear Option in the Trade War - Bloomberg White House says China's 'economic aggression' is a global threat - CNBC Chinese paper says...

Tuesday Morning’s Top Stories Before The Opening Bell – Mike Swanson...

China slams U.S. 'blackmailing' as Trump issues new trade threat - Reuters China says the US 'has initiated a trade war,' and Beijing isn't afraid...