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Why Supply Chain Disruptions Will Persist

Just-in-time (JIT) is a production model used by companies to create items for immediate demand. The point of JIT is to avoid the waste associated with overproduction. But when supply chain snarls appear, JIT has become a significant headache for US companies such as Ford who has had to shutter multiple vehicle plants because of their inability to source semiconductor chips. Companies are rethinking their production model to just-in-case inventory (JICI), a more suitable model in today's...

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Oil Prices Will Remain High For Years To Come

By Tsvetana Paraskova of OilPrice.com,Six years after former BP chief executive Bob Dudley said that “the industry needs to prepare for lower for longer,” a growing number of major investment banks now expect “higher for longer” oil prices. Rebounding global oil consumption amid tight supply—contrary to some forecasts last year that indicate demand may have peaked or was close to its peak—as well as years of underinvestment in new supply following the 2015 crash, have prompted Wall Street...

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Fragile Fertility & Human Extinction

There has been an alarming decrease in the average sperm count of Western men over the last few decades.As Statista's Martin Armstring shows in the infographic below, from their 'Then & Now' series, research has revealed a 59 percent fall between 1973 and 2011 - from 337.5 million to just 137.5 million.You will find more infographics at StatistaCommenting on the decline, lead author of the study, Hagai Levine, said "the results are quite shocking...this is a classic under the radar huge...

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Florida Jobs Grow At Three Times US Rate, Report Shows

Authored by Jannis Flakenstern via The Epoch Times,Jobs in Florida are growing much faster than the national rate, according to a September employment report.The office of  Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) estimated the job growth at three times that of the nation. Florida has recorded 17 months of continued private-sector job growth.The Sunshine State gained 84,500 jobs in September, with 73,000 of those in the private sector, according to the governor’s office.The figures showed an increase of 5.6...

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Robusta Coffee Prices Hit Decade-High As Supply Woes Mount Ahead Of Peak-Demand Season 

Robusta coffee prices soared to decade highs Tuesday spurred by dwindling stockpiles ahead of peak coffee season. January futures in London rose more than 5% to $2,325 per ton, the highest price level since September 2011. Arabica coffee prices also rose 2.4% in New York. The tightening supply of robusta, coffee beans generally used for instant coffee, is "making it difficult to get hold of immediate-delivery coffee," Kona Haque, head of research at commodity trader ED&F Man in London,...

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This Is What It Looks Like When Bears Cry…

Authored by Sven Henrich via NorthmanTrader.com,Bears are crying as markets are again making new highs following the September trend breaks. Yet perhaps they should be rejoicing for crying bears and a backtest of a broken trend is a classic bear set up. That is if the backtest fails and the new highs get rejected.For context: In early October I shared the ‘make bears cry’ scenario:You can see the context of the discussion here:Here now is the updated chart:Go figure. So I...

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6 Charts That Show the Coming Economic Implosion and How To Take Cover

The GoldSilver.com Team OCT 26, 2021 Join Mike Maloney and Jeff Clark in this must-watch update as they discuss six important charts from a recent article published by Crescat Capital. As you’ll see, many of Mike Maloney’s early predictions are not only coming true…but they are becoming ‘mainstream’. Where does it all lead, and what is the best way to protect yourself from what is coming? Link to the article: https://www.crescat.net/october-research-letter/

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Pediatric COVID Hospitalizations Plunge As Schools Reopen, Baffling Experts

All summer long, Dr. Anthony Fauci, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky and other unelected federal bureaucrats have been warning that COVID cases will explode as soon as teachers and students return to classrooms in person this fall, which is why Dr. Fauci has been one of the loudest voices cheering on politicians like NYC's de Blasio and others who have imposed such mandates on teachers and school employees (which has since been expanded to cover most, if not all, city employees). But just as...

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Green Energy: A Bubble In Unrealistic Expectations

Authored by David Hay via Everegreen Gavekal blog,“You see what is happening in Europe. There is hysteria and some confusion in the markets. Why?…Some people are speculating on climate change issues, some people are underestimating some things, some are starting to cut back on investments in the extractive industries. There needs to be a smooth transition.”- Vladimir Putin (someone with whom this author rarely agrees)“By a continuing process of inflation, governments can confiscate, secretly...

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