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.

The Criminality of The Comex

How is this even legal? That's a serious question and I'd like a serious answer after the you read what is presented below.

<This was written Saturday morning for publication Sunday evening. With all of the Greek-related turmoil, it has been made a public thread.>

TFMR Podcast - Friday, June 26

Though the metals finished the day with minimal price change, the week ends with an astonishing Commitment of Traders report. Please be sure to give this podcast a thorough listen.

Days Like These

Not much fun in Metals Land these days. Prices continue to be pressed lower, regardless of the global situation and the impending deadlines for Greece. And why are there never any "flash rallies"?

TFMR Podcast - Thursday, June 25

Due to some overwhelmingly frustrating technical difficulties, there is no recorded copy of today's A2A. Therefore this brief...but important...podcast. Please be sure to listen.

A Visit with Rick Rule

Thursday afternoon, I had the opportunity to visit with Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott US Holdings. This conversation covers several topics in a short amount of time so I urge you to find the time to listen.

TFMR Podcast - Wednesday, June 24

Today we discuss the shrinking US economy and the rationale for Fed rate hikes, the soaring open interest numbers on the Comex and the dramatic short squeeze that is still on the horizon.

The Silver Short Bubble

For the first time ever, total Comex silver open interest exceeded 200M contracts yesterday, settling at 200,273. This means that the coming Spec short squeeze is going to be violent and substantial. And why isn't anyone calling this a "bubble"?

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