Do Doomsters Know How Much Global Surface Temperatures Cycle Annually

By Bob Tisdale – Re-Blogged From WUWT

Alternate Title: The Annual Cycle in Global Land+Ocean Surface Temperature IS Far Greater Than 1.5 Deg C, AND Much-Much-MUCH Greater Than 1.5 Deg C Annually for Global Land Air Surface Temperatures

We all were taught early in school that the Earth orbits the Sun…that its path is elliptical…that because of the tilt in Earth’s axis of rotation, we have seasons as the Earth orbits our star annually. Because of the elliptical orbit, and because the ratios of land to ocean are different between the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, we might expect that global average surface temperatures would vary over the course of a year.

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Volatility of the Copper Markets Combined with the ‘Trump’ Effect

By Stuart Edwards – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

Much like other commodities, traders have always devoted a certain level of attention towards copper. There are two key reasons for this observation. First, this red metal is highly indicative of industrial demand and therefore, the health of domestic economies. Secondly, political policy shifts and fiscal plans can have a knock-on effect in regards to its pricing. We have witnessed a great deal of volatility during the past few months and while the medium-term outlook remains positive, many are wondering if a support level will soon be reached. Let us take a look at the root causes of this volatility as well as what to expect in the coming months.

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Weathering The Winter

By Chris Vermeulen – Re-Blogged From http://www.Silver-Phoenix500.com

Nature functions in cycles: Each 24-hour period can be divided into smaller cycles of morning, afternoon, evening and night. The whole year can be divided into seasonal cycles. Similarly, one’s life can also be divided into cycles. Cycles are abundant in nature, we just have to spot them, understand them and be prepared for them because they happen whether we like it or not. Likewise, economic experts have noticed that the world also follows different cycles. An important pioneer in this field was the Russian social economist, Nikolai Kondratiev, also called Nikolai Kondratieff, a relatively unknown genius.

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