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A New Week. More Of The Same.

As I struggle to get caught up with all that's currently going on in the world, it's almost soothing to see that some things haven't changed.

Weekly Charts

Having some time to kill, I thought it might be helpful to briefly review the weekly charts before the new week begins.

Guest Post: "Three Hurricanes Headed Our Way -- No Where To Hide", by Jim Quinn

Jim Quinn has written another tremendous post. This time he cites the recent work of analyst John Hussman and you definitley need to take the time to read it.

If You Give A Mouse A Cookie

I recall reading these books to the LTs back in the day. They came to mind when reviewing today's screwy charts.

Guest Post: "The 'War on Cash' Migrates to Switzerland", by Pater Tenebrarum of

Written late last week, I thought that this was an excellent summary of negative interest rates and the movement afoot by global banks to eliminate cash and the viability of actual script currency.

Chewable Charts

It has been a long and crazy day. The Pig sank like a stone yet the metals could never manage a move higher. Then, after the Fedlines were released, the metals were immediately slammed lower, only to partly recover this afternoon. This has left many things in a state of flux as we move toward the end of the week.

Earlier Today with Elijah Johnson

A few hours ago, I had the pleasure of visiting again with Elijah Johnson, proprietor of the Finance and Liberty YouTube channel. It was great fun and there's plenty of good info here ahead of what should be a very interesting remainder of the week.

Andrew Maguire on with Sprott Money

This new interview/discussion is tremendous and a must listen for everyone.

A Wild Week, Indeed

We promised you a wild week and, so far, we've had exactly that. A massive rally yesterday additional rally today on POSX weakness and some more lousy economic data. And the fun doesn't really look to get started until tomorrow! Whew!

Squeezing Expiration

So, let's see. Record open interest. Huge Spec short interest. A bank option "sweet spot" way above Friday's close. Sounds like a recipe fpr a mini-squeeze. And so it is.

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