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Posted July 27, 2020

Byron King

By Byron King


We asked readers Friday if we as Americans can vote our way out of national chaos.

Our first contributor says: No, voting this fall is a double-edged sword -- re-elect Trump and the left gives us four more years of mayhem. Elect Biden and his alter-president in office (VP), and we get a full swing to the left.

Thatll just give license to tear down the country, its history, its values, its core freedoms, while also redistributing wealth from the upper and middle classes to the left's chosen populations.

Another reader makes a strong case

First, we need candidates who are worth voting for, but more importantly there need to be term limits for politicians. I think they are partly responsible for the chaos in our country.

They are self-serving and no longer work for the people who pay their wages. It would be interesting if all the perks they receive in office wente away. Would they still be interested in serving our country?

Its time to break away from career politicians in Washington.

Keep the feedback coming! We read every one of your emails

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Your Rundown for Monday, Jul. 27, 2020

Into the Stratosphere

Elon Musks other project -- SpaceX -- is a private aerospace company thats gone where no company has gone before.

Take a look at some of the company's impressive accomplishments:

  • The first privately-funded, liquid-propelled rocket to reach orbit (2008)
  • The first private company to send a spacecraft to the International Space Station (2012)
  • The first private company to launch a payload to orbit the sun (2018)

And in 2019 SpaceX began deploying a satellite constellation known as Starlink thats expected to consist of more than 40,000 satellites, delivering high-bandwidth, low-latency internet access everywhere on Earth.

Recently, Morgan Stanley Research valued SpaceX at $120 billion with the successful completion of Starlink.

For investors looking to profit from SpaceX, not a chance. If Elon Musk has anything to say about it, SpaceX will stay a private company in perpetuity. (Remember the flap when Musk threatened to make Tesla private again?)

BBut SpaceX isn't the only player in the satellite internet space...

Our tech expert Ray Blanco says: A new space race is heating up to bridge the digital divide and bring everyone in America, and the world, cheap, fast broadband, Ray says.

And Rays preparing for an announcement TOMORROW, Jul. 28 that might send the industry soaring Learn all about this urgent market prediction right here.

Times like these dont come around very often, Ray emphasizes.

Market Rundown for Monday, Jul. 27, 2020

S&P 500 futures are up 13 points to 3,228.

Oil is down 1.5% to $40.69 for a barrel of WTI.

Golds breaking all kinds of records: up $36.40 per ounce to $1,932.50.

Bitcoin is up $440.75 to $10,368.

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Well catch up Wednesday. Have a great day!

For the Rundown,

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