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One classic theory could be hinting at a short-term drop for stocks

“Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com says one classic market trend could be pointing to a short-term drop for stocks” writes unknown author for cnbc.com. Gordon points to the Elliott Wave Theory, which posits that stocks and indexes generally travel in a successive series of five up and down moves.To determine how big that drop could be, Gordon brings up a second part of the Elliott Wave Theory.After connecting the highs and lows, Gordon says a SPY drop would fall to the lower line on the triangle to around $260. Source: cnbc.com Share…

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‘Unusual Surveillance Activity’ In DC; 4 Senators Demand Answers…

“A bipartisan group of senators sent a letter to Homeland Security asking for details about the cellular activity” reports fastcompany.com. The surveillance activity is akin to so-called stingrays that are used by law enforcement agencies to trick suspects’ cellphones into revealing their locations, according to Reuters. Source: fastcompany.com Share This:

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Britain may be ready to launch retaliatory cyber attacks against Russia

“LONDON (Reuters) – Britain would consider launching a cyber attack against Russia in retaliation if Russia targeted British national infrastructure, the Sunday Times reported, citing unnamed security sources” writes Alistair Smout for businessinsider.com. On Thursday, a British spy chief said that his GCHQ agency would “continue to expose Russia’s unacceptable cyber behaviour”, adding there would be increasing demand for its cyber expertise.Cyber security has become a focal point of the strained relations. The Sunday Times also said that British spy officials had been preparing for Russia-backed hackers to release embarrassing…

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UK could launch retaliatory cyber attack on Russia if infrastructure targeted: Sunday Times

“LONDON (Reuters) – Britain would consider launching a cyber attack against Russia in retaliation if Russia targeted British national infrastructure, the Sunday Times reported, citing unnamed security sources” writes Midwest Communications Inc for 95kqds.com. On Thursday, a British spy chief said that his GCHQ agency would “continue to expose Russia’s unacceptable cyber behaviour”, adding there would be increasing demand for its cyber expertise.Cyber security has become a focal point of the strained relations. The Sunday Times also said that British spy officials had been preparing for Russia-backed hackers to release…

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International watchdog confirms Britain’s finding that ex-spy was poisoned by nerve agent

“The Russian nerve agent has Soviet roots” writes William Booth Is for washingtonpost.com. The international watchdog agency that monitors the use of chemical weapons said Thursday that its independent investigators have confirmed Britain’s assertions that the toxic chemical used to poison former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter was a military-grade nerve agent known as Novichok.During its stay from March 21 to 23, the OPCW team also took samples of the nerve agent found at the scene.The OPCW also did not say who manufactured the nerve agent or…

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Yulia Skripal tells Russia to leave her alone after being poisoned with nerve agent

“Along with her father Sergei Skripal, the 33-year-old Russian national was poisoned with a potentially deadly Russian nerve agent in Salisbury, England, in March” writes Rob Price for aol.com. Both Sergei Skripal and his daughter remain in a critical condition due to the effects of an undisclosed nerve agent.I too am still suffering with the effects of the nerve agent used against us.UK’s nerve agent attack investigation SALISBURY, ENGLAND – MARCH 08: Forensic police officers wearing hazmat suits prepare to examine a vehicle believed to belong to Sergei Skripal on…

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Daughter of poisoned Russian spy is released from British hospital

“Yulia Skripal, the daughter of the Russian double agent who was poisoned in a nerve agent attack alongside her father, was discharged from hospital and taken to a secure location, her doctors said on Tuesday” writes William Booth Is for washingtonpost.com. British investigators and Prime Minister Theresa May say the Skripals were attacked by a Novichok-class, military-grade nerve agent of the type developed by the Soviet Union and Russia.After the attacks, 28 countries including the United States booted more than 150 Russian diplomats — many suspected of being intelligence agents…

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SpaceX isn’t responsible for loss of Zuma spy satellite, WSJ report confirms

“Well, a report in Wired noted that Northrop Grumman, which built the Zuma satellite, had also provided the payload adapter, used to separate the spacecraft from the top of the rocket” writes Apr Edt for theverge.com. Meanwhile, the payload adapter failure isn’t a good look for Northrop Grumman, which is having a difficult time piecing together another important spacecraft right now: NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope.In early January, SpaceX adamantly denied rumors that it had botched the launch of a classified spy satellite called Zuma, and now, a new government…

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White House fears other Russia defectors in Sergei Skripal spy swap could be attacked

“The White House fears the other Russian defectors returned to the West in the Sergei Skripal spy swap will be attacked by the Kremlin” writes Charles Moore for telegraph.co.uk. Senior US administration officials said they had “massive concerns” that Russian critics living in America could be targeted after the Salisbury spy poisoning.Previously defectors involved in such public spy swaps were considered safe, given the exchange had been formally agreed by the governments involved. Source: telegraph.co.uk Share This:

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Bipartisan bill would punish Russia for alleged chemical attack on former Russian spy in UK

“Joaquin Castro, D-Texas, and Mike Turner, R-Ohio, introduced a bill Friday that would punish Russia further for the chemical attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal on U.K. soil last month” writes Ap Photo Susan for washingtonexaminer.com. The Russian government still maintains that the Kremlin had nothing to do with the attack.The would impose more sanctions on those involved with the nerve agent attack against Skripal and his daughter Yulia, which the West believes was approved by Russia.”The Russian government-sanctioned attack on Sergei and Yulia Skripal and Officer Nick Bailey…

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