08/11/2011

11/8 1700 Tropical Storm Sean: Warnings issued for Bermuda

By John Galt November 8, 2011 17:45 This will be the only update I post on Tropical Storm Sean (formerly sub-tropical) which is set to impact Bermuda tomorrow. One thing for certain; even though the U.S. has escaped a direct hit from a major storm this has been one heck of an active season. Hopefully this will be the end of it. Satellite photos will update automatically from NOAA:   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ NCAR/SWFMUD MODEL PLOTS ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ (click to enlarge/reduce charts) +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ TROPICAL STORM ADVISORIES +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 000 WTNT34 KNHC 082034 TCPAT4 BULLETIN TROPICAL…


11/8 V of Galt Doomer Tuesday: The first half hour is R-Rated and not for certain listeners

By John Galt November 8, 2011 – 17:30 ET I implore you, if you do have children, if you are easily offended by graphic descriptions of criminal activity involving pedophiles, if you are easily offended or sensitive, do NOT tune into the first half hour of the program tonight as I will be covering the Penn State University controversy from an angle no one in the nation has dared to say, do, or infer. I will be reading from the timeline and the indictment so there will be some very touchy…


11/8 U.S. Market Preview: It’s still about Europe and everyone is terrified

By John Galt November 8, 2011 – 05:25 ET Despite record intervention, one chart has consistently been the warning signal for major market moves and forecasting the moves of financial markets worldwide: The Euro-Yen cross has been all over the board and the crash and burn started this summer then recovery due to JCB intervention has only returned the exchange rate back to where it was when the crisis accelerated in August. If this breaks again today, as it looks like it might, this could signal another downturn in world markets….


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