Month: November 2020

Feds Open Investigation Into 115,000 Teslas Over Faulty Suspension Complaints

In what appears to be continuing spillover from Tesla’s recent contested recall of its Model S and Model X vehicles in China due to suspension issues, U.S regulators are now investigating the issue. The U.S. NHTSA announced on Friday it had opened an investigation into about 115,000 Tesla vehicles over front suspension safety issues, according to Reuters. It said […]

Is The Soybean Rally About To End?

Soybean futures sold for around $11.84 per bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade on Wednesday, rejecting a breakout above $12 per bushel for the fourth consecutive session.By comparison, CBoT soybean futures were trading around $9.40 per bushel when the U.S.-China Phase 1 trade deal was signed in mid-January. Now prices are 30% higher, hovering at four-year […]

Virginia: Sheriff’s Office Warns Residents of Holiday Gatherings, Encourages Neighbors to Snitch on Neighbors

In a Thanksgiving Eve press release, the Warren County, Virginia Sheriff’s Office warned residents against holding holiday gatherings in their own homes and even encouraged neighbors to snitch on neighbors caught celebrating with friends and family.“With the Thanksgiving Holiday upon us, the Warren County Sheriff’s Office wishes our community a happy and safe holiday weekend,” […]

Peter Schiff: The Real Villain Is the Fed

We’re approaching all-out market mania with optimism about a COVID vaccine and the ensuing economic renaissance that many seem convinced is right around the corner. On Tuesday (Nov. 24) the Dow Jones closed about 30,000 for the first time. On his podcast, Peter Schiff talked about the big stock market rally. He said it’s not […]