TFMR Podcast - Monday, August 25

Today was quiet but tomorrow and Wednesday probably won't be. Between the Putin-Poroshenko meeting and the expiration of Comex September silver options, we'll likely see plenty of volatility over the next 24-48 hours.

Gold & 2nd Term US Presidents

Does it  matter for the gold price who is President of the United States? Sure it does!

The Swiss Gold Initiative

When we first wrote about this, we actually caused a bit of a stir but the primary vote on The Swiss Gold Initiative was still over six months away. Now, with the date of the vote rapidly approaching, it is time to begin reviving this issue.

TFMR Podcast - Friday, August 22

The last weeks of August are typically two of the slowest of the year in the metals trade. This week brought a lot of downside pressure. Given all of the current geo-political uncertainty, what might next week bring?

Ready For A Hot Weekend

Is the war in Ukraine about to get significantly hotter? All signs point to an imminent increase in hostilities and direct Russian involvement. I guess we'll just sit back and watch as there's not much else we can do.

Cats vs. Dogs: The Epic Battle

With everything going on in the world, I thought we should step back for a moment and focus on one of the most pervasive, divisive issues of not just our modern day, but of all human history. It is an issue that has divided families, broken up marriages, and started wars:

Turd on with Future Money Trends

This was recorded on Thursday. For Vault members, it's mostly review. Non-subscribers, though, might find this update to be helpful and informative.

TFMR Podcast - Thursday, August 21

Just because I figure there are more than a few of you who need some reassurance and a shot in the arm.

A2A with Rob Kirby of Kirby Analytics

Wow, this was just tremendous. Rob Kirby made his inaugural visit to Turdville today and the information he shared with us was simply tremendous.

You're Sick Of Hearing It, I'm Tired Of Saying It

Regardless, prices for paper gold and silver are once again very near the areas where stout support typically develops. This post is just a reminder.

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