Thursday, November 17, 2016

Investing Opportunity -- Nothing About The Bakken -- Following The Tea Leaves -- Novmeber 17, 2016


November 17, 2016: new processing center in El Paso, TX. Wow.  This is in the waning days of the Obama administration; just wait until Trump moves into office.

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Some days ago I mention Operation Thor and specifically alluded to private prisoners in Texas.

I don't follow this sector and I can't recall the publicly-traded companies that were affected when Obama's DOJ announced that the US would end contracts with private prisons, most of which were located in Texas.

Just out of curiosity, Geo Group, Inc, which operates private prisons in Texas:

Ah, Yes, Reality Sets In

China threatens Apple; could ban iPhone. Apple responds, apparently. T+9. Over at Asian Review: Apple could manufacture iPhones in the US

Secondhand Time: The Last of the Soviets
Svetlana Alexievich
c. 2016, translated

Author: winner of Nobel Prize in Literature.

Perhaps something that followers of Bernie Sanders may want to read, after they put down their coloring books and Play-Doh.  Note that in the paragraph below, early in her book, she uses the word "socialism" and not "communism" or "totalitarianism" or "Stalinism."

Homo sovieticus:
"We're easy to spot! People who've come out of socialism are both like and unlike the rest of  humanity -- we have our own lexicon, our own conceptions of good and evil, our heroes, our martyrs. We have a special relationship with death.

The stories peole tell me are full of jarring terms: "shoot," "execute," "liquidate," "eliminate," or typically Soviet varieties of disappearance such as "arrest," "ten years without the right of correspondence," and "emigration."

How much can we value human life when we know that not long ago people had died by the millions? We're full of hatred ad superstitions. All of us come from the land of the gulag and harrowing war. Collectivization, dekulakization, and mass deportations of various nationalities ...
Kulaks: "better-off peasants"; from 1929 to 1932; Stalin-initiated campaign to arrest, deport, execute "better-off peasants" and their families for the purposes of seizing their property and incorporating it into collective enterprises.

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