Dr. Paul Cottrell Interview on COVID-19




Paul Cottrell is a researcher in chaos theory and has interests in modeling financial markets.  Some have considered him a polymath of sorts.  Born in Detroit, Michigan he has extensive professional experience in engineering and design.  After retiring from automotive engineering he pursued interests in corporate finance involving the publishing, retail, and non-profit industries.  He currently is a proprietary trader specializing in currency and energy markets.

In addition to modeling financial markets, his research interests are in developmental economics, behavioral finance, complexity science, energy industry, risk management, and the uses of artificial intelligence in trading financial markets.  He has been awarded a Ph.D. specializing in finance from Walden University.  He has also earned a M.B.A. and B.S. from Wayne State University. Engineering certificates from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.) have also been awarded to him. Dr. Cottrell is currently at Harvard University as an ALM candidate specializing in Biology and is in the Pre-Medical program at Fordham University.  He lives in New York, NY.

As POTUS Rallies – It Begins



President Trump held a rally in South Carolina this evening, on the eve of the state’s Democratic primary, he brushed off the nation’s rising concerns about the illness that must not be mentioned, declaring that confidence is surging in the economy, despite the stock market having just suffered its worst week of losses since 2008.


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Fido Tests Positive


Everyone out there that’s been living in blissful complacency as the storm is unfolding all around them – laughing at and dismissing every warning – is about to start paying attention: The dog of a patient in Hong Kong has been found to carry a low level of the illness that must not be named,according to a statement from the region’s government.


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