Nobody can let you know this is the right or wrong move to make. A lot of the development has been an unsustainable exponential curve the past week. After a year of falling. Lots of the guys here are down 50-90% still from buying at the top last time. Don’t go all in.
Cost average directly into positions. Take profits at target prices. Have an exit plan. Make decisions based on provable hypotheses not speculative fever or ‘feelings’. Don’t get emotionally mounted on investments. Remind yourself this is merely speculation predicated on price movements often. One of the most fickle kind of investment. Remind yourself – No one can anticipate future price movements in the long or short term. People try everyday, but all it tells us is that person’s current sentiment or self interest.
Heather Heyer lost her life because we ignored the indicators. In the end, it is relatively easy to condemn the white nationalists and neo-Nazis in Charlottesville. The one-year anniversary of the violence becomes another ritual occasion to denounce villains and displace our national sins onto their shoulders. We declare ourselves innocent.
They will be the guilty ones. It’s all right part of America’s racial melodrama. But what Charlottesville revealed, and it is something that can’t be denied, is that racism is constantly on the power much of American life. We remain segregated inside our academic institutions and neighborhoods profoundly, and inside our intimate spaces. We don’t really know each other (even while stereotypes lead us to trust we do), which fact has deep, historical origins.
Too many dead people and too much damage and injury rest unresolved in the centre of the problem. Mistrust clouds our political conversations. The noisy racists in Charlottesville, then, are just symptoms of a much deeper national malaise. I am uncertain we see that nagging problem, though. We’re too busy condemning the obvious villains when the problem may very be the individual looking at you in the mirror. The Kennedy Half-Century: The Presidency, Assassination, and Lasting Legacy of John F. Kennedy .. As I write this, I am working in my home on the University of Virginia Lawn, where hundreds of menacing neo-Nazis paraded this past year with tiki torches and hateful chants right out of Hitler’s Third Reich.
You’ve heard a few of them: “Jews won’t replace us! “Blood and ” and earth! ” You haven’t been exposed to one that won’t be erased from my memory: “Into the ovens! ” You can see why I had formed to hide African-American and Jewish students in the cellar of my Pavilion.
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So understandably, this weekend the barricades ‘re going up now at UVA to prevent another disaster. I have been told that the police existence will be more impressive than expected even, and this time police will in actuality engage protesters to avoid violence before these sick white supremacists intimidate innocent people-and take more lives. How disheartening it has come to this on one of America’s most beautiful campuses. And similar arrangements may happen annually, or more frequently, for quite some time to come.
Since August 2017, “Charlottesville” has become a symbol of increasing racism and antisemitism in America. Has anything changed over the past year? Yes. It’s become worse, with the gulf between whites and minorities widening. Having less national leadership on this presssing issue has been striking, therefore disgraceful that any good background of the Trump administration shall highlight it.
But then how could Trump provide management when he has been racially insensitive or outright racist for a lot of his profession, from the Central Park Five to his birtherism crusade against his forerunner? Trump had to be able to redefine himself, at least a little, after Charlottesville. He failed miserably, unwilling to alienate his alt-right cheering section in the KKK and neo-Nazis. Having energized and emboldened these extremists along with his rhetoric, he threw a few more winks and nods in their direction post-Charlottesville.
Trump has continuing to mix the pot with his unpleasant tweets about famous but “dumb” African-Americans. People, some Trump backers even, know very well what has occurred. In a fresh Reuters/Ipsos/UVA Center for Politics poll, Americans believe by 57 percent to 15 percent that competition relations have become worse since Trump’s election.