The Shills and Their Lies

Today's discussion on CNBS regarding the latest "jobs report" would have been laughable if it wasn't so pathetically disingenuous and deceptive.

TFMR Podcast - Wednesday, July 1

With prices at/near 2015 lows and sentiment at/near all-time lows, today we discuss what to expect tomorrow and into next week.

Some Days Are Better Than Others

"Some days take less but most days take more. Some slip through your fingers and onto the floor." -- Paul Hewson

Another Update from Batchelor and Cohen

With the Minsk Peace Agreements all but dead and the crisis no longer contained to The Black Sea basin, please take the time each week to listen to these informative discussions.

TFMR Podcast - Tuesday, June 30

Silver stared into the abyss today with a sub $15.50 low before recovering. What might tomorrow and the start of Q3 bring? And what about our short squeeze? When will it finally get started?

A Moment of Truth

Look, I'm not going to try to blow sunshine up your rear end. Two years ago today, it looked like The Final Washout Bottom and that was with prices at $1180 and $18.20. And now here we are...still near $1180 but down another 15% in silver. Is this it? Are we at support again or are the metals about to take the plunge to even lower levels?

Origins of The Current Crisis

Earlier today, our pal Koos Jansen sent out a link to this terrific Dutch documentary from 2012. If you need a reminder of how and why the crisis in Greece has reached these current levels, then please take the time to watch.

TFMR Podcast - Monday, June 29

A wild start to a week that only promises to get more volatile in the days ahead. How will gold and silver respond as the calendar advances into July? I've got come ideas for you.

On with Korelin Economics

Over the weekend, I had the pleasure of once again being a guest on The Korelin Economics Report.

No Markets, Just Manipulations

Chris Powell of GATA once famously quipped, "there are no markets, just manipulations". Never has that been more clearly displayed for all to see than on Monday, June 29, 2015.

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