Saturday Stuff

Hello there. Sorry I was AWOL yesterday. I had lots and lots to do plus I needed a break. I didn't open my Lind-Waldock account all day. Also, I wanted to leave the last post from Thursday up all day so that as many as possible would read it. I guess it worked as the total is now approaching 10,000.

First of all, before we consider the events of this week, please go back and read this:

http://www.tfmetalsreport.com/blog/643/interesting-next-two-weeks

Of course, dumdumTurd didn't heed his own advice and instead bought some August 1550 gold calls on Tuesday. Turd dumdum gets no gumgum after getting squished like grape.

So, where do we stand now. Without question, we are now into the summer doldrums...a 6-8 week period of downward consolidation. Please don't despair. As predictable as the comings of the doldrums are, so, too, are the endings of the doldrums. As we go through the summer, the assertiveness of the top-callers and the shrillness of the trolls will only increase. Please ignore them. Their only goal is to get you to sell your insurance and protection at the time when you need it most. By mid to late August, the precious metals will be ready to resume their UPtrends, right on schedule. Please be ready. Do not waste your time, energy and money trying to call bottoms before then.

First up, here's an updated CRB. In the note from last weekend, we discussed how perilous the chart looked here and how it needed to rally. It didn't. The index now looks certain to test the 590 area, if not the 560 area, over the next few weeks.

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Here is your weekly gold chart. Take note of two very important items.

1) The trendline from the beginning of QE in March 2009 is all the way down near 1400-1450, depending upon how accurately you draw it.

2) As discussed ad nauseam, gold reverts back to the trendline once every six months or so. Again, the pattern is clear: Four months of rally, two months of consolidation. Four months of rally, two months of consolidation. If you believe as I do that QE can't and won't ever end, then why would you expect this pattern to change?

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And here is silver. It's catching a bid near the trendline from the August breakout but I don't think it will last. As described in the previous post, I expect silver to be rangebound, too, all summer long in an area bounded by 31.50 on the downside and 39.50 on the upside. Actually, it will spend far more time closer to the downside than the upside. That said, once the rally re-commences in the fall, I still expect silver to rebound to near $50 before the next consolidation phase begins in January 2012.

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OK, onto a couple of housekeeping items. We are keeping a list of all the best ideas for site improvements. So far, we like the idea of private messaging and specific user searches the best. As we approach our one month anniversary next month, the plan is to submit the changes to a vote. We'll offer you 3-5 of the best "enhancements" and we'll implement the top vote-getter. Depending upon the cost, we may have to have a "fund drive" to pull it off but the goal is to make this site as user-friendly as possible.

Please allow me to respond to a couple of "troll-like" complaints:

1) The site has too many ads. Really? Really? The are three. That's it. Gimme a break. Have you ever run a website before? Do you know how much it costs every month for servers that don't crash? Do you think the "technical support and management" is free? Gotta make some revenue somewhere to cover these costs and the ads are how we do it.

2) Turd was too cheap to allow for "threaded" comments. Yes, I am cheap but that's not the reason. There are no threaded comments because I wanted to make it as hard as possible for two squabbling Turdites to hijack a thread with their arguments. Simple as that.

3) Turd's only been right once or twice so I'm outta here. Good, don't let the door hit you on the backside as you leave. I never promised anyone 100% accuracy and, if that's what you're here for, I don't want you here anyway. I try to provide my "guidance" on future price but this site is now about the collective knowledge and wisdom of the entire community. Sure, read my stuff but you must also sift through the forums from time to time. If you're not doing that, you're cheating yourself out of a lot of good info and fun.

Here is some light reading for your weekend. Don't worry, there won't be a test on Monday.

First, if you missed the latest from Mike Kreiger, here's a link. Pay particular attention to the quote from Larry Lindsey at the top. Sounds just like The Turd, doesn't it? (No, The Turd is not Larry Lindsey.)

http://www.zerohedge.com/article/mike-krieger-widespread-panic

Next, this writer does a pretty nice job of summing up why we are all preparing for "the end of the great keynesian experiment":

http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/06/our_wiley_coyote_moment_has_arrived.html

I do not agree with all that is stated in this next piece but that doesn't mean it's not worth reading:

http://lewrockwell.com/orig11/west-j2.1.1.html

I do, however, agree with most of what Mark Steyn writes:

http://www.steynonline.com/content/view/4131/26/

Lastly, I received this email earlier this week. The author asked that I share it with you. I am really excited for him and his project looks really cool. Check it out!

Hey Turd,

I'm a computer games designer from Scotland, living in Hamburg Germany. I've been following your posts religiously since you used to be a frequent commenter at zerohedge. Thanks to you and others like you, I'm in Physical silver and gold (very easy to do here in Germany).

Since learning about the likely outcome of the Great Keynesian experiment, I left my job to start my own games studio (I made a really terrible wage-slave and was bored of making inane content), with the goal of making a highly accessible browser game that would help awaken people about where we are headed. Games are amazing at doing this, as instead of being told about 'it', you are actually doing and experiencing 'it' for yourself.

The teaser web page is here: http://www.greedion.com it's a free-to-play game.

I hope that the game makes the people that play it a bit more open to hearing something other than the MSM crap. The game will have a forum and will link to tfmetalsreport and zerohedge. I am not sending you this message to try and get you to do the same, since your audience is already wide awake and likely not interested in playing games.

I just want to let you know what I'm doing, since you, Tyler and Alex Jones (he's a bit crazy, but his heart is in the right place) helped me to understand what is going on in the world and how best to prepare for when the SHTF.

Keep doing what you're doing. All the best,

J

I hope that everyone has a fun and restful weekend. See you on Monday! TF

153 Comments

Economical Disaster's picture

Why is there a Media Blackout

Why is there a Media Blackout on Nuclear Incident at Fort Calhoun in Nebraska?

CORNED BEEF's picture

stay true.

Just keep it honest Turd. Thats why I have been keeping up with your site. Its honest.

Gramp's picture

Good stuff there Turd! Sounds

Good stuff there Turd!

Sounds like a bit of time away has helped to clear your thoughts... others may benefit from the example... 

derekiz's picture

Something to Add to Turds reading list

Precious Metals Wars - Attack of the Trading Bots - Again

Avery Goodman - Seeking Alpha

http://tinyurl.com/68cqhuu

Exceptionally well written about the current market and price manipulation.

mrgneiss's picture

Summer doldrums - maybe not for silver

In terms of summer doldrums I agree with Turd in respect to gold and the miners/explorers, but I have a chart that says a great time to buy silver has been the end of June for a good ride in July then - well, just look at the chart:

http://www.seasonalcharts.com/classics_silber.html

daveyboy's picture

Thanks for the posting, I

Thanks for the posting, I disagree on where the bottom will be for silver though and think that if gold dips to the levels you are talking about and seems to consolidate there for a while, the price of silver will dip below 30.00. I think people should sell their silver at this point though only if they are desperate to release some cash funds for whatever purpose. I agree that there will be a run back up again, but at the end of the day this is about interpretation and if as it turns out turk and co are completely off base for their predictions of a blazing summer in the metals, then it goes to show you that no one should ever invest confidence based on the views of a handful alone. If we see a fall in the dow that takes us below 11.000 perhaps even to 10.000 as I think they will allow for to underline the necessity of more stimulus to maintain this "recovery" then I expect the bottom of silver to be perhaps around $26 in silver. As for gold, I don't think it will get hit too hard but again, people will react to headlines, this could become a self fulfilling prophecy in which mass selling ensues. A crazy time awaits in the not too distant future.

I think private messaging would be an excellent idea and as for ads, wow, I hadn't even noticed them before, ah the minds of the oblivious people!

Know More's picture

A well deserved break for TF

Forget the nay-sayers TF and IMO you should take breaks any time you dang well want to (and IMO - no apologies needed -ever). 

(I've been reading your FREE work (finally decided to join in the fun with the new website) from the begining and learned more from you in a few weeks, than I had in many years preceeding (most of which was not free-of-charge). On top of this - there are many fine minds here also offering VALUABLE info for FREE) so I'm totally baffled by anyone who cannot find something to appreciate on your site).

daveyboy's picture

Agreed with that too, you

Agreed with that too, you should limit postings to a few days a week, if you don't you will just get burnout and then you can be more focused when you do compose a post.

Warren Peace's picture

Heed the boy scout motto

This fiat regime is one ginormous bubble, and we have pricks aplenty. I sense some 'letting down of the guard'. Remember that any event could change things drastically in this supercharged environment. If any fiat event happens, silver and gold could start their rocket launch. I humbly suggest keeping some long dated options on some choice miners, and streamers..... just in case. Jan 2012 should give enough time to override any current doldrums, and keep you exposed to any upside surprises. Stay away from futures and all derivatives including SLV, GLD. They will all likely fail when the comex comes apart. The miners are very attractive here with Au, Ag prices right where they are. The upside should base prices move substantially higher should be.... explosive to say the least. Be prepared!!!

Captain Hank Murphy's picture

Take as many breaks as you

Take as many breaks as you want, Turd. That goes for everyone. Like many greater minds have said sometimes you have to take step back and clear your head! Enjoy your summer, everyone and stay vigilant.

mrgneiss's picture

Great article......

Thanks for bringing it to our attention Derekiz!

Eric Original's picture

Turd got squeezed

TF,

Actually, I appreciate that you made a bad bet on your gold calls.  I means you are a mere mortal like the rest of us, and we appreciate that.  You call it like you see it, and take your chances, just like the rest of us.  That's why we're here.  Keep on, Turd!

D0C's picture

Charts

Hello all  - happy Saturday.  Got to run out to work.  but ....  I use http://goldprice.org/live-gold-price.html     for my charts.   Been watching patterns for many years (cotton and grains mostly).     Anyway, using a line chart, 4 or 8 hr silver price USD spot, the unmistakable image of one of the twin towers formed over a few days (4/28-5/2)  exactly when binladen was killed and the 'correction' happened.  I cant copy and post the chart but check it out,  if you want to.    The point is this pattern, straight up, flat across the top with an antena and then straight down occurs in most time frames and you can catch the down move sometimes.   thats all,  rest up and party some and c yall soon.

D0C's picture

one more thing ...

Oh yeah,    A suggestion for the new site (vote for me).   Any link in a post should ALWAYS open in a new browser and  not leave the TF page.   Just good web construction.  ok off to work.

NW VIEW's picture

ONE YEAR'S SEED IS SEVEN YEARS' WEED

There is a law of sowing and reaping that effects all of mankind.  We all have tried to prepare for what is coming in the future and each has his own view on survival.  Some things seem of little value on one day and some event happens and the value goes parabolic. If we had a rack of floatable bathtubs on the Titanic on the right day, they would have been priceless.  For the metals market, the experts are all divided as we know. Our focus has been to heavy into short term values and not enough on the long term effects of this destroyed  American economy.  Will your home ever have the real value it had four years ago, will our 101K's ever be 401'Ks again, will silver go back to $6 or up to $150, will gold drop to $800 or up to $8000???  Forces of greed are pulling in all directions in the market these days and we all know that but we let it push our buttons and we should not continue to react.  Why do we expect T.F. to have all the answers when we do not see anything clearly anymore?  At first, we viewed him like a T.V. preacher and we were glassy eyed but now we see he is  a gifted man with talent and a heart for helping the average person, how wonderful.   One must avoid the "seven years' of weeds" at all costs.  For most here on this board, having some stack of metals will take away the fears of the daily swings. Having paper silver and gold will give a continuing gut ache for many years to come.  Remember that one's life does not consist of the gold and silver that one has buried in his tent (Achan at Ai).   

SilverWealth's picture

thanks

I am now inclined to concur with the Turd. Consolidating lower until August.  Ben Davies who I think is a very excellent market timer is seeing no rally until late July or August. He called the last top in Silver. Thats probably enough for me to agree in this very tough game. He also said that miners could definitely drift lower as Gold consolidates lower and this makes good sense. In late July they should be about the best buys in the Market and on fantastic sale. Good weekend to all!

speconomist's picture

Thanks for the update Turd,

Thanks for the update Turd, and don't worry if you can't post certain days, I don't want you to stop blogging for the eternity like Dan Norcini almost did, so take your rests and post whenever you feel like it's necessary.

154_silver's picture

We are all "trained" to seek

We are all "trained" to seek leaders, to look for someone to explain our often over-complicated lives so that we can feel "secure" in our choices - with the added benefit that, should things go wrong, we can always blame the leader, hmm?

Turd is offering up a relatively unique chance to navigate a "leaderless" space, one that is co-ordinated by him, but allows for others to share their experiences & decisions & opinions.  THIS is what "community" means!  Where other voices are given a chance to be heard, and their experiences add to the mix - this strengthens the whole

I have no idea exactly where the markets, particularly the precious metals, are heading - for the summer or in the 'future."  I sense a break from previous patterns & history, these are uniquely different times from a past perspective, "we" have never lived this particular pattern, and I believe this means things will be un-predictable (given that predictions are often based on observing past patterns).  In un-certain times, it's good to have multiple voices of experience to listen to, not blindly follow a "leader" - there are many paths opening up to consider.

And so I thank the Turd for allowing us the opportunity to explore new, differing voices in the forums, which anyone can utilise to put a topic up for the community to respond to, without feeling like their voice is "off-topic" to the thread.

Again, thank you Turd, and lets all break the habit of seeking a leader, and work towards building a strong, many-faceted community!   I'm sure we can all do with some extra time to add to our "preparations" in the coming weeks. . . 

Lonerangersilver's picture

Living Through a Currency Devaluation

SilverTree's picture

Duldrums

I THINK WE WILL ALL BE VERY SURPRISED THIS SUMMER, KEEP YOUR POWDER DRY!

Lisbon's picture

From Lisbon, with love,

I've been following Turd's insights for a while now, drinking from his knowledge and learning

every day with what he writes, the links and the discussions posted by everyone.

I'm from Portugal and i am a little bit scared because i was blind and now i can perfectly see

what is coming, the dreams of future that i had for my children have been shattered ,perhaps

someday the rulers of my country pay for their lies and their crimes , but that's not important

right now. What IS important is the amount of work and relevant information that Turd shares

with us all, giving us the chance to be prepared for what is coming, and this, to me, it is priceless.

Thank you very much, Turd ( please, keep up the excelent work and don't ever give up ).

P.S: I've made some Euros and there's a little "bonus" for you, brother. Peace

admin's picture

Link fixed

Thanks for the catch on the greedion link - it's fixed now!

Silverman's picture

This market is difficult to

This market is difficult to predict.

154_silver's picture

@ GREEDION creator

just wanted to give a *shout out* and let you know I've bookmarked your site - I think it's a great idea to incorporate relevant "truths"  into a gaming format, that's what the corporate game creators do, eh? 

plenty of information gets funneled into the many games available, it's always good to steer players towards awareness of multi-layered realities, subverting the dominant narrative & all !! 

Iowegian's picture

Commentary

I posted this on the corn thread, but I think the points are relevant to this discussion as well:

Ever notice that the future price of Corn follows the price Oil and does not necessarily trade on its own Supply and Demand merits? That said, Corn could be weak for awhile as US election cycles are 1.25 year away.  Obama has already started releasing Oil from the US Strategic Oil Reserve in hopes of suppressing Oil prices.   Such releases could go on for a long time under the guise that we need to make up for lost Lybian Oil.

Interesting to watch virtually all the commodity prices go down last week whether it be Gold, Silver, Oil or Corn.  The FED announced that QE2 will be winding down with the exception of maturing bonds which will be "reinvested" in new debt issues. I was watching interest rates closely this past week because the added Demand from FED purchases of US bonds thru QE1 and QE2 has no doubt left interest rates artificially lower than they should be, especially on the long end the yield curve which have been especially targeted to keep housing mortgage rates lows.  I thought that perhaps it was finally time short US Treasuries with the announced end of QE2.  Well, interest rates barely moved at all over the past couple of days.  On Thursday rates in fact went down quite a bit and went marginally back up on Friday.

All these matters are related to one another.

Traders are unwilling to short Treasuries because they know the markets are artificial.  Even though the FED announced the end of QE2, they equally know that there are a few weeks of QE2 purchases left which represents more massive amounts of artificial demand for Treasuries until QE2 is completely over.  And, even when QE2 is completely over, do you want to be the trader who shorted Treasuries only to find out that the FED or other CB's are working together to continue to suppress interest rates in some other manner or directly by stealth?  I believe that is what Mr. Market is saying.  These are not true markets and may not be for the foreseeable future.

Likewise, just by chance, when the end of QE2 is announced, there is another announcement that the Strategic Oil Reserve is be opened up to suppress Oil prices.  Go figure.  We know that Oil is followed by many commodities, including our beloved Corn and Silver.  It is the grease of the economy.  Smart move by the EE.

Trader Dan wrote this blog message about deflation:

http://traderdannorcini.blogspot.com/2011/06/continuous-commodity-index-signaling.html

I think I see what Turd is talking about when he refers to the Summer doldrums in PM's.  Except they are not the typical Summer doldrums created by a lack of Demand.  There very well may be a period of lower commodity prices for awhile.  The CB's of the world need cover to do further QE's to support uncontrollable spending and budgets that desperately need to be parred back, but the politicians lack the intestinal fortitude to do so for the sake of election cycles.  So, the powers that be will undoubted use whatever tools are at their disposal to continue to suppress commodity prices as they know QE3 is in fact inevitable and need cover to do so.  This includes releases from the Strategic Oil Reserve and using their seemingly unlimited amount of fiat money to upset the normal supply and demand cycles of commodities.  I am liberally including fiat money as a commodity in this sense as the price of money - interest - will continue to be suppressed as well.

The US is broke.  No doubt about it.  In that sense there should be deflation in terms of US assets due to a lack of Demand.  One would expect that that value of housing and the US stock market will ebb lower as people lack the money to purchase these domestic items.  However, commodities are a different asset class.  They have a world-wide market, not subject to just broke US citizens for demand.  As the population of the world continues to increase and developing countries such as Brazil, China and India continue to use greater amounts of these resources, the prices of commodities have to go higher in the long run no matter what tools the EE has its disposal.  One only has to look at the long-term trend line of virtually every commodity to understand that the power of EE is temporal against the greater global laws of Supply and Demand.

IO

Irene's picture

Reality Check

Correct me if I'm wrong, but the whole premise to this website has been, "The end of the Keynesian experiment...."  and to that end Turd has succeeded in warning everyone, "Wake up!  Wake up!  This isn't just another recession we will get out of intact - so prepare yourself."

So, like Paul Revere of yore, you've done an enormous service to us all.  You've not only sent out the warning, you've provided a home base for us. 

What you've done is beyond impressive and something we should all be thankful for.  So THANK YOU!

As for all you whiners out there, grow up. 

ginger's picture

Need a Summer Doldrums

Need a Summer Doldrums Diversion?? .....I love puzzles and this site offers them for sale.. BUT.. there is a FREE puzzle-of-the-day posted on the home page that is driving me nuts. ....It is a ONE WORD (ubiquitous) word search puzzle. The puzzle is enormous and you have to find that one little word. I have spent too much time today trying to find it. I officially give up. indecision ..........I think there should be a yellow hat for the first Turdite that can find the word and post here where you found it. ..But ..alas.. I am not the giver of yellow hats so I can only offer instead my amazement at your stunning powers of focus, insight, and diligence. I am not going back there. I need to be working today. LOL.

http://www.ilovewordsearchpuzzles.com/

After this..... back to your regularly scheduled summer doldrums funk.

jonny's picture

Turd, thanks for posting the

Turd, thanks for posting the greedion link, really appreciate the support.

Currently enjoying a Balvenie with some whisky loving germans, everyone have a great weekend!

Apostle of the End Times's picture

How to profit in the end times

If GLD and SLV are complete frauds and are going to zero at some point there is an interesting opportunity that exists to potentially profit and protect wealth.  There exist funds that have actual audited and allocated physical silver and gold on hand.  These are PHYS and CEF among others.  The opportunity is this.  Short 100k of SLV and use the proceeds to go long 100k of PHYS.  If silver spot goes up or down, you are market neutral so that really can not hurt you.  If SLV actually does blow up, PHYS in the words of our dear leader will "necessarily skyrocket" and SLV will approach zero.  At that point you cover SLV and own the PHYS free and clear.

So what can go wrong? 

SLV may never blow up

PHYS is a fraud and it blows up instead

Physical funds are forced to delist because the feds outlaw private ownership, so PHYS goes away and SLV is the only game left in town

It is a spread trade worth looking at if you believe the end times for SLV are approaching.

Exergy's picture

New levels of Volatility are real and not imaginary!

...it's a lazy Saturday and my fellow Turdites have time to think and catch our collective breath after the week that was.

I believe the EE is real and operating at full blast and Turd is correct in his general view that that last 7 weeks are different.

The  increased chao's we are feeling in the Silver market over the last 7 weeks was caused and continues to be caused by the Boy'z playing games with us and the Hedge funds to hold the price down.  We the retail crowd (based on the COT) are pretty much just fun money for the  Banksters but hey..they will take our money too if we play in their rink under their ever changing rules.  They key is to recognize that the rules may have been changed.  I would have stuck this over in the Silver forum but it really strikes to the heart of Turd's comments today about the last 7 weeks being "more challenging" and I want to share it with all since it means we may be facing a NEW factor in the fight. 

I would like to share  something that I have been watching for a while now and I thought today would be a great day to toss it on the table for dissection.

The puppet masters can do many things in the dark but the one thing they can't hide is the effects of their actions in the price charts.  It is here that I want to direct your collective attention.

In a truly unbiased market...the forces of long VS short battle in a tug-o-war ...causing the flag (price) to trend up or down based on their actions.  This results in market behavior that can be quantified as we all know.  This very phenomena allows Chartists and trend watchers like us to exist.  Anyway, as we all know prices move around throughout the day and we all watch with greed and fear depending on what end of the 'rope' you are on. 

What I found sickly fascinating is that over the last short period there have been more and more Down lines (straight down price hits)  and NO corresponding straight UP price rises. If the market forces were of equal opportunity we should see UP legs too.  We don't and that tells me that someone has their thumb on the scale...and are using tools that the other side does not have.  Anyway, we see these attacks in the charts and it got me wondering if they could be measured, if they are new and real, and if they are a product of my conspiracy theory imagination. 

Ready for some statistics? ...don't worry this is easy... take a pencil and mark the highest price for the day and the lowest price for the day... you come up with a value for distance between the high and the the low.  Do this for a few days and it will will average out to the SAME value... it means the SAME forces are doing the SAME things.  You can do the same thing for weekly periods as well or frankly any period you want to study.  

Anyway... I started calculating these about a year ago so I could get a feel for the weekly and daily volatility and so I did not need Tums for indigestion every time the charts turned Red.  Much to my chagrin there is a similar measure of this factor in StockCharts so I can't say I discovered anything new...called the Average True Range.  Their measure also includes the difference between the opening price and closing price as well since the market trades most of the day and can open at a price different than the close as we all know. 

Anyway...this is a long-winded way of saying something is rotten in the state of silver:

If you look at the ATR up until mid april silver fluctuated about 50 cents a day ...the "vibration" was stable up until the last week of April...in fact contrary to the CME.... daily volatility was falling slightly at the end of march and first week of April.  Then the margin increases started and then something changed and volatility INCREASED AFTER THEY CRASHED THE PRICE.  Basically the true average range has been at elevated levels since the end of April in a way that has NEVER been seen before. (the ATR uses the previous 14 days in it's calculations so it does take a bit of time to drop...but not like this!) 

The volume of trading fell in silver after the price take down

The retail players were chased out and strong hands held the metal

The Hedge funds bailed on their risk trades

... shouldn't volatility fall back to normal or below?

...instead it increased. 

Over the last few weeks it has fallen but it still is not "normal".

Let's take a quick look at the weekly Value Chart

First...notice the average rose slightly back in October 2008 (the CRASH)...then trended back to the usual 50 cents to a 1 dollar up until last fall November when a new level of volatility was introduced....it stayed relatively the same at these levels of $1.25 till this past April when they really started shaking the tree....During the period of the takedown and for the last 7 weeks it has been TWICE the normal volatility and 5 times the volatility of just last October. (interestingly, gold is becoming MORE stable not less if you look that one up).

Anyway... Turd was lamenting the last 7 weeks and I thought I would toss this out so folks can see that he is NOT dreaming. 

Personally, it just means that we watch our margins and clutch our physical with both hands.

I don't know the reason why the EE want us out of the game but they do and they have turned up the dial on the "shake-the-bastards-out-of-the-market" machine.  Remember, the banksters buy into weakness and sell on strength. 

They are also amassing huge LONG positions in Silver and Gold....  Plus all commodities based on the 600 warehouses they have and the stockpiles of Aluminum, Copper, Zinc etc etc.  (Coke is complaining that it takes 2 weeks to put Aluminum in and 6 months to get it out of the warehouses). I think that someone want possession of as much physical commodities as possible and not just for the storage fees...for the price spike coming.

I know inflation is coming within 60 days to North America and it can't be hidden much longer (my goods on the water right now from China are up 15% to 25% and landing over the next 60 days so I will have no choice but to increase prices on just about everything from Candles to Christmas trees) 

Stack all that up with everything else and I see it as a time to buy into any and all weakness. 

So...this summer should be interesting and I for one am heeding Santa and Turks words...and preparing  for storm season...but hoping for the Summer Doldrums!

BTFD's and keep stacking that physical.

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