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10-OCTOBER 05-2020

                                                                                    Good morning.
See some resultsIn politics, what just happened is called an “October surprise.”  But beyond the President’s positive Covid-19 test, another factor is at play.  Friday marked the final job numbers before the election.
With a 7.9% unemployment rate, President Trump has an uphill battle.  Whether or not the electorate will see past the effects of the pandemic, Trump is the first modern president to go into a reelection campaign with a higher unemployment rate than where he started.  If 2016 proved anything, Teflon Don may still yet win, but expect continued market volatility.

Now here’s the rest of the news:

 

October 05, 2019

Where do you stand today … though not to compare … with Rockefeller.

Darren Hardy effectively make his point clear:

Have another wonderful day … Promise Me!  🙂

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