TFMR Podcast - Tuesday, November 4

As gold and silver trade in a tight range for the third day in a row, we again wonder if this current pricing scheme has anything to do at all with real world fundamentals like supply and demand.

An Interview of Ted Butler

Chris Martenson does great work on his site, Peak Prosperity. Late last week, he posted a podcast with silver analyst Ted Butler, who rarely does public interviews. Needless to say, this 45-minute presentation is well worth your time.

Turd The Wet Blanket

Though there is NO ONE on the planet more excited by the prospect of Comex default and end of fractional bullion banking, I think it's time for everyone to chill and relax a bit. Otherwise, you're likely just setting yourself up for tremendous disappointment.

TFMR Podcast - Monday, November 3

The week begins quietly for gold and silver but the yen and crude oil both continued their downward spirals. How this impacts the metals going forward becomes the key question that we must attempt to address.

A New Week Begins

After last week's festivities, can this week be even crazier? With the US midterm elections, ADP and the BLSBS data on tap, no doubt the answer is yes.

Guest Post: "Kamikaze Attack and The End of Mining", by Andy Hoffman

Though Andy Hoffman writes excellent commentary nearly every single day at the Miles Franklin site, there are some days when he absolutely hits it out of the park. Friday was such a day.

Koos the TV Star

Last week, our pal Koos Jansen was a featured guest on the German financial TV network, DAF. As the algo-generated divide between physical demand and paper price widens by the day, this video is a must watch for everyone.

TFMR Podcast - Friday, October 31

I know we talked about volatility increasing as we went through the week but this is crazy. Crazier still was the decision by the Bank of Japan to increase their quantitative easing and debt monetization program. How is that a fiat currency dilution can be negative for gold? C'mon in and we'll talk about it.

And I Feel Fine

It's the end of the world as we know it. OK, maybe it's not quite that dramatic but today's action by the Bank of Japan will likely set off a chain of events in the months ahead that will have a blistering effect on all paper "assets". As I've mentioned repeatedly just this week, the fiat-conversion price of precious metal may be going down but your personal stack of physical metal has never been more valuable.

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