It was the Ides of March (best known as the assasination date of Julius Caesar) for housing. Housing starts dropped -6.75% month-over-month (MoM) in March. The post Ides of March: Housing Starts Drop -6.75% MoM in March (Midwest Starts Drop -16.22%) was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
Shakesepeare put the idea of the Ides of March into our heads with his play Julius Caesar, leading some people to believe the days of mid-March are somehow cursed, since Julius Caesar was murdered by his senators on March 15, 44 AD.Show More Summary
When you hear about a political event like the Ides of Trump, which involved sending postcards to the White House on March 15, do you mostly ignore it -- or are you considering how you might leverage something that your clients probably feel pretty passionate about, one way or another...
President Trump held a rally this past Wednesday, March 15, in Michigan. And apparently, a University of Michigan graduate student felt it was her job to bring the Ides of
You made it to Friday. Can we get a High Five? In this new series, we’ll show you what’s trending on Google with a look at a few of the top searches from the week of March 13. Cheerios Where have all the bumble-bees gone? People areShow More Summary
It's time for another brilliant Image Comics' idea, and Kevin Grevioux throwing some historical conflict with Amazons and Valkyries and Jotuns, oh my! The post The Buy Pile: Blades On The Ides of March appeared first on CBR.
Interested in precious metals investing or storage? Contact us HERE Beware the Ides of March Posted with permission and written by Jeff Thomas (CLICK HERE FOR ORIGINAL) Eidus Martiae is the Latin term for 15th March, from the traditional Roman calendar. Show More Summary
Spring is almost here! That's weird to say, what with blizzards hitting the northeast, and Texas being not blistering hot even in March, but that's climate change for you! Regardless, spring is coming quite soon, and with it, Drop Flip Seasons [Free] by Borderleap is getting its appropriate spring update. As the app got announced
Donald Trump should be on the lookout for a ton of incoming mail from the resistance this week. A massive postcard writing campaign launched Wednesday, timed to go live on March 15 — the politically ominous time known as the Ides ofShow More Summary
It’s the Ides of Mach! And a Fed Day! Do you know where your Fibonacci Levels are? If not, no worries! That’s what I’m here for. Here’s today’s updated Emini (@ES) trading levels for your trades: We have a possible Double-Bottom or Dual V-Spike Reversal (arrows) at the 38.2% Fibonacci Level (2,352). Our other near-term active level is the [...]
A look back at the Roman Bath, which was a wonderful idea.
If you are LGBT and want kids, it’s time to call your local ART attorney, as well as your tax lawyer.
It happens every year. Well, I’m here to settle your doubt once and for all. What IS the ides of march? Susana Victoria Perez (@susana_vp) has more.
Donald Trump Dahlia Grossman-Heinze Caesar was warned to beware the Ides of March, but Trump has probably never read Shakespeare, nor does he know anything about history. Make some good trouble today by participating in the Ides of Trump,...Show More Summary
There's no need to beware on March 15, but perhaps Julius Caesar should have been.
Beware - It’s the Ides of March. Related: when Julius Caesar was kidnapped by pirates, he insisted on a higher ransom. The Evolution of Animation. Two Irish villages claim that the skeleton of Napoleon’s horse belongs to them. But did...Show More Summary
On the eve of the Ides of March we start with a cartoon -- Caesar with a contemporary twist. My thanks to Guido Giuntini for allowing me to us this. Does everyone know the details of Caesar’s death? Perhaps a review would be helpful....Show More Summary
Good morning, kids. The Ides of March are upon us (see below). Our top story is/are the Dutch elections. Praying for a miracle that Geert Wilders wins but the polls show him down. Hopefully they're the same pollsters that...
Beware the Ides of March. But Why? There's no danger unless you're in a pop culture story. Is This German Novel the Deadliest Book in History? It spoke to young people -and inspired them to commit suicide. Korean affairs expert Robert Kelly and his family talk about how that viral news blooper came about. Show More Summary
As of today, the Ides of March 2017, I saw my first Black-capped Chickadee 15,354 days ago. I’ve seen more than one chickadee on most of those days and over 200 in a single day on a few Christmas Bird Counts.I'm sure I haven’t seen an...Show More Summary