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Date: Monday, January 27, 2020 4:00 PM EDT

Our blog about uncertainty in the prediction season was the victim of a firefox decision—without appeal—to stop my blogs as part of their new internet security system. There is no way to contact them or to learn how to override these settings, the cost you get from a free (haha) program. My blog of Sunday accurately predicted the market selloff from the new highly contagious Chinese corona virus. It is not much fun being proven right in this fashion.

As I wrote, in this season of predictions for 2020 stocks, the CCV has overridden all optimism. Not helping either is the lead of lefty presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and the news that Trump's most obscurantist Republican senators will probably call Bolton to the witness stand. And the bombing of the US Embassy in Iraq adds to uncertainty.

As I wrote yesterday, Que sera sera overtakes predictions about the future. Today we have a reporting company in India, recently recommended by ourb reporter Abhimanyu Sisodia, who is too much of a gentleman to gloat too obviously about his brilliant pick:

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Wall St. Wolf 1 month ago Member's comment

I've read quite a few of your blogs... you seem to be having a problem with your various providers every single time. Is it possible all these problems are on your end? FireFox is a very stable browser...