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.

Mother On The Hill

Today we must wade through all sorts of ramblings and mutterings as Mother sits before the poseurs of Congress and spews her semi-annual Humphrey-Hawkins "testimony". What a fun way to spend a Tuesday!

TFMR Podcast - Monday, February 13

Monday finished up on an uptick but that won't matter much by the time we get to Tuesday morning so please be sure to listen to this podcast.

Turbulence Ahead

A new week begins with the USDJPY surging higher after the conclusion of the Trump-Abe Florida Lovefest. And it's going to be a volatile week, too, as all sorts of economic data awaits as well as Mother's semi-annual Hump-Hawk testimony on Capitol Hill. Therefore, buckle up as the ride is about to get bumpy.

A Visit With Patrick Donnelly, President of First Mining Finance

Knowing that many readers of TFMR are holders of First Mining Finance shares, we jumped at the opportunity to visit with Patrick Donnelly, the president of the company. This discussion covers many important topics and it also provides some valuable updates for shareholders.

TFMR Podcast - Friday, February 10

An exhausted Turd is ready to call it a week but not before reviewing the charts and taking a look at the latest CoT. What do these factors tell us about the weeks ahead? C'mon in and have a listen!

A Very Interesting End To The Week

With The Don and Abe meeting in Washington today, concerns were high that a USDJPY spike would send the Comex Digital Metals plunging. So far, so good however as surging copper has pushed Comex Digital Silver to near 2017 highs near $18.

A2A with "Mercenary Geologist" Mickey Fulp

With metals prices moving higher and a rebound in the mining shares, what a great time to welcome back independent exploration geologist and analyst Mickey Fulp.

Global Sentiment Turns For Gold

It's quite remarkable, when you think about it. Just two months ago, we were barraged with stories of how "gold is dead" and "no one wants gold" in 2017. And now here we are, and it seems that demand for gold in all its forms is rising around the globe. The question then becomes, will this demand translate into further price gains for Comex Digital Gold?

TFMR Podcast - Wednesday, February 8

Another solid day for digital metal and the mining shares as interest rates and the POSX continue to move lower in stark contrast to most forecasts and The Generally Accepted Narrative for 2017.

CDG Continues To Climb

We've been closely following Comex Digital Gold all week as, once it broke $1230, it appeared to have a clear path to the $1250-$1255 area. So far, so good today as precious metal derivative prices have continued to rally on the backs of a falling USDJPY and a bond market rally that once again has the 30-year Long Bond under 3.00%.

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