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SCADACore Has Acquired Path RF

March 9th, 2017|0 Comments

SCADACore recently announced that it has acquired Path RF. Path RF's free RF Line-of-Sight and Tower Maps (Canada, US) are now found on SCADACore's website. The free tools are especially useful for field [...]

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Alarm Callouts for Oil & Gas

December 22nd, 2016|0 Comments

Alarm callouts are imperative for Oil & Gas operations. An alarm callout system typically involves a sensor or device that monitors certain condition or threshold. When the device or sensor detects an anomaly, a Voice, [...]

Fed Will Abandon Pretense of Growing Economy After Election

September 26th, 2016|0 Comments

"The Fed always have the fail-safe that they are data dependent. They always say they are going to act based on the data. They have actually never committed to doing anything. What is [...]

31Jul, 2016

Early Warning Signs of a 2016 Recession

By | July 31st, 2016|Categories: Economics, News, Recession|0 Comments

"UPS was just the icing on the cake. Capping off a week of gloomy commentary from American companies, the package-delivery giant — which arguably has a unique view into the global economy — said it [...]

31Jul, 2016

Collapsing U.S. GDP Growth Belies Rosey Forecasts

By | July 31st, 2016|Categories: Economics, Federal Reserve, Inflation, Interest Rates, News, Politics, QE4|0 Comments

"Even though the Dow is at new highs today, it’s at a two- to three-year low if you price it to real money, which is gold. Stocks are not going up, the [...]

30Jul, 2016

Morgan Stanley Warns Currency Traders Worst to Come for Dollar

By | July 30th, 2016|Categories: Economics, Federal Reserve, Inflation, Interest Rates, News, QE4, US Dollar|0 Comments

"The dollar is set to fall 5 percent in the next few months, the Federal Reserve isn’t raising interest rates anytime soon and U.S. economic data is only going to get worse." Source: bloomberg.com

29Jul, 2016

Fed’s Next Move is Rate Cut

By | July 29th, 2016|Categories: Economics, Federal Reserve, Inflation, Interest Rates, News, QE4|0 Comments

"They said they couldn’t raise interest rates without crushing the markets. They raised interest rates. The markets got crushed. The only reason the markets rallied back was because they stopped raising interest rates, which is [...]

28Jul, 2016

Oil Prices to Stay Flat Until Mid-2017

By | July 28th, 2016|Categories: Economics, News, Oil Price|0 Comments

"The improvement in oil fundamentals remains fragile and continues to feature large offsetting forces: wildfires have helped offset surprisingly strong Iran production, slowing demand growth in India and China in 2H16 will help offset production [...]

27Jul, 2016

Oil Prices Could Fall Into The $30s

By | July 27th, 2016|Categories: Economics, News, Oil Price|0 Comments

"The world remains oversupplied with crude oil, but the fact that it has become very oversupplied with gasoline is currently worrying the market. "The gasoline inventories are 10 percent above a year ago level, and [...]

25Jul, 2016

Dallas Fed Respondents Destroy “No-Doom-And-Gloom” Narrative

By | July 25th, 2016|Categories: Economics, News, Politics, Recession|0 Comments

"With President Obama determined not to allow the nation to believe in reality - proclaiming the error of the "doom and gloom" narrative - we found it fascinating that real Americans (as exemplified by Dallas [...]

19Jul, 2016

Alberta Recession Is Its Worst In Modern History, TD Bank Says

By | July 19th, 2016|Categories: Economics, News, Oil Price|0 Comments

"The recession in Alberta will be its worst in at least three decades and will be among its longest as well, economists at TD Bank said in a new report. The bank recently downgraded its [...]

19Jul, 2016

Fed Is Not Data Dependent; It Is Propping Up Asset Markets

By | July 19th, 2016|Categories: Economics, Federal Reserve, Inflation, Interest Rates, News, QE4|0 Comments

"A former Federal Reserve president admitted the central bank created a phony wealth effect by pumping up stocks and other asset markets through its monetary policy. Several months later, analysis proved this was true, showing [...]

16Jul, 2016

Inflation and the Next US President

By | July 16th, 2016|Categories: Economics, Federal Reserve, Inflation, Interest Rates, News, Politics, QE4|0 Comments

"Even though the Dow is at new highs today, it’s at a two- to three-year low if you price it to real money, which is gold. Stocks are not going up, the [...]

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