DITTS -- Does it threaten the System?

Probably not yet. But the question never what it's doing now, it's always what it will be doing in the future. While gold and silver are bouncing along what may (or may not) be a bottom, BTC continues to assault its (parabolically arrived-at) all-time highs.

A short piece on some simple, common-sense indicators that may reflect on BitCoin.

TFMR Podcast - Thursday, December 5

Are you ready for another, fun-filled BLSBS Friday?

Q.E.D.

All of the CFTC and CME data may be fraudulent. It may be completely fabricated and have no basis with or connection to reality. But at least it's consistent.

Bitcoin as a Black Swan?

Yes indeed.  The development of crypto currencies, such as bitcoin, or perhaps others to come soon, IS the black swan.  Prepare accordingly.
 
There are compelling reasons for this conclusion.
 
Why?
 

TFMR Podcast - Wednesday, December 4

Yesterday saw the share of Comex gold deliveries stopped by JPM this month rise to 94%. Today saw price unexpectedly turn around and rise 2%. Are these two events related?

Courage and Conviction

Longtime Turdites will recall the forecast that set Turd on this path. Issued at a time when nearly everyone thought the PM bull market was dead, "Turd's Bottom" in early 2011 proved to be an important turning point. We are once again at such a crossroads.

Another Helpful Video

My friend Dan at Future Money Trends sends over these videos from time to time and asks me to consider posting them. Given the current state of the miners and the new lows of the HUI, I thought this was timely.

TFMR Podcast - Tuesday, December 3

Straight up, no chaser. No added charts or links. Just very important information presented as straight-forward as possible.

Turd's Bottom Redux

Longtime Turdites will recall the forecast that set Turd on this path. Issued at a time when nearly everyone thought the PM bull market was dead, Turd's Bottom in early 2011 proved to be an important turning point. We are once again at such a crossroads.

Risk and Reward: China's Golden Hammer

What if Chinese prominently announced their gold holdings, then publicly called into question the status of US gold reserves (unaudited since 1952, probably for good reason).  What if they announced this fact while at the same time prominently noting all of the separate trade agreements they have signed in the last two years that cut out the US Dollar from trade settlement-  you know, the agreements they have signed with Russia, India, Japan, France, Australia, Brazil, and others?

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