A Russian Explanation

Over the weekend, an original Turdite sent me a link to this very interesting video. You should take time to watch it.

In Need Of A Vacation

You know the old saying, "the beatings will continue until morale improves"? I'm not sure morale can get much lower but the beatings continue, nonetheless.

Ned Naylor-Leyland on "Get Real" with Jan Skoyles

Late last week, Ned joined Jan for a terrific discussion of the global gold markets.

"Save us, Oh FED"

Turd deserves a day off!

And we must have something new to read!

I was on an anniversary vacation (27 years) in lovely Sedona Arizona yesterday when I noticed the headline on the USA Today weekend edition praising the FED for saving the stock markets. I had to stop and read ... It just burns me to see news manipulation in action while I am trying to relax.

TFMR Podcast - Friday, December 19

After a brutal raid early in the week, the metals crawl into the weekend with a near flat-line chart. Is that it for the year or might 2014 still have some fireworks to come. C'mon in and let's talk about it.

Guest Post: "Measuring Indian Precious Metal Imports", by Koos Jansen

Another great piece of work from Koos Jansen that you simply must be sure to read and consider.

A Pending Sale?

Is The Gold Cartel preparing to mark down prices again, just in time for all of your holiday shopping needs?

A2A with John Butler of Amphora Capital

Earlier today, we held our final A2A webinar of the year and we couldn't have had a better and more timely guest than John Butler, author of the great book, "The Golden Revolution". <Because this was such a tremendous presentation, it is now a public thread. Please take the time to listen as it is full of important information.>

NIRP Negative For Gold?

So the Swiss National Bank announces a plan for negative interest rates and gold prices fall. Of course negative interest rates are negative for gold! Only a blockhead would think that NIRP should be gold bullish.

TFMR Podcast - Wednesday, December 17

Don't let today's "market" action confuse you. The rallies in the ruble and crude looks transitory at best and the stock market rally is just the usual, HFT-driven ramp job.

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