The end of the Great Keynesian Experiment is upon us. Turd Ferguson and his band of loyal Turdites patrol this Watchtower. We are here to help each other navigate the coming economic chaos. However, no one can predict every eventuality, so please read the disclaimer and community guidelines before proceeding.

Even Worser

Yesterday's price smash has left many legitimately wondering if this latest siege will ever end.

A New Week, Another Commodity Smash

It appears that we have another general commodity liquidation on our hands this morning as Comex precious metal prices make new 2018 lows.

TFMR Podcast - Friday, August 10

We cover a lot of ground today so please be sure to carve out some time this weekend and give this podcast a thorough listen.

Deja Vu All Over Again

It was late June and early July when we first began to discuss the similarities of summer 2015 and summer 2018. Looks like today may be a good time to go back and revisit some of those posts.

TFMR Podcast - Thursday, August 9

We were stuck in the echo chamber again today for recording but seems oddly appropriate, however, as this podcast must again deal with the CNY-induced malaise in our sector and the likely next leg down in prices for the Comex metals and the shares.

Nowhere Fast

Once again today, it seems that no economic news...neither good nor bad...can spark any volatility in the Comex metals.

TFMR Podcast - Wednesday, August 8

A slight glimmer of hope today as the POSX tries to stay above 95 ahead of tomorrow's PPI and an appearance by Goon Evans.

This I Don't Understand

As if there wasn't already enough to worry about.

TFMR Podcast - Tuesday, August 7

Another day where the Comex metals shadowed the yuan-$ exchange rate, the only difference being the mining shares got pounded to lows not seen since January of last year. What a great time to be alive!

Some Days Are Better Than Others

And this is another one of those days after four straight months of nearly unprecedented weakness in Comex Digital Gold.

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