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The improbabilities of Hillary Clinton

What is harder to believe?

Hillary turned $1,000 into $100,000 in just one year of playing cattle futures.

Secretary of State could transmit 300,000 emails from private server and none would be classified.

Hillary could win 6 out of 6 coin flips (probability is 1.56%).

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Charles Payne's Market Commentary
Bad News is Good News
2/10/2016 - Despite midday swoon in oil prices that saw West Texas

Intermediate (WTI) dip down to $27.96, equities showed a

tremendous amount of spunk. Stocks tumbled out of the
gate
into total free-fall before staging an impressive
rally.
Then, stocks took another hit to the gut- this
one, courtesy
of the JOLTs report that showed record job
openings and a
spike in job quitters in key industries.... MORE

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