Tag Archives: Wall Street

Silicon Valley Tech Boom Is Now Much Larger than Dot-com Bubble

The Silicon Valley tech boom is much larger than when the Dot-com bubble began to burst when the NASDAQ Composite Stock Market Index peaked at 5,057 during the Jupiter-Neptune square alignment that correlates with periods extreme growth, economic bubbles, excessive market speculation, and optimism. A unicorn is a privately held startup company that is valued at $1 billion or greater. Many of the Silicon

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“TABOO! Race, Religion, Sex, and the 2016 United States Elections!” Webinar Panel Discussion, sponsored by Kepler College

Join me today, July 16, from 11am-2pm PT  for a special 3-hour webinar panel discussion, dissecting the global and socio-political landscape of America leading up to the elections in November: “TABOO! Race, Religion, Sex, and the 2016 United States Elections” Sponsored by Kepler College REGISTER HERE for this no holds barred webinar. From Kepler College: Election years are always hot, bringing

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