Which community do you prefer?

In the spring of 2002 I relocated my family moved from downtown into the country. It was a difficult move. My wife and I stumbled around in a daze for several days coming to terms with the differences. But let me back up a number of years and fill you in on how we got there. I can’t say that I have sage advice for all to follow. What I can do is tell our story, mistakes and all, then explain my reasoning for the move and let you glean what is useful.

From Turdville With Love; An open letter to the good people of Switzerland

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, Switzerland, but what you suspected all along is actually true. Your gold is gone. All of it. Leased and sold away by your central bankers and politicians.

TFMR Podcast - Monday, May 12

A new week begins and the action promises to ramp up as we go along. C'mon in and let's get our gamefaces on.

Bill Murphy with Dan Ameduri

My pal, Dan, just sent me this link. It's pretty good stuff.

Same As It Ever Was

Another Sunday night raid with a drop to the 100-day MA. Another FUBM back to the 200-day MA. Like we've never seen that before...

Modern Central Banks' Business Is Misunderstood by The People

The main purpose of Central Banks is not what we are told

TFMR Podcast - Saturday, May 10

Better late than never...Here's a podcast, updated with charts, that discusses the latest BPR and CoT reports. We also try to get mentally prepared for a week next that could bring just about anything.

Is This Progress?

We all want progress, but if you're on the wrong road, progress means doing an about-turn and walking back to the right road; in that case, the man who turns back soonest is the most progressive.
C. S. Lewis

Finally Friday

At last, Friday has come. Has this week seemed longer than usual to you? It has to me, too. But the support lines we continue to monitor are strong so let's consider what next week might bring.

A2A with David McAlvany

Today, David McAlvany stopped by Turdville for a very informative, 45-minute webinar.

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