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Finishing Friday

The week appears that it may end on an uptick but that hardly erases the sting of the way the week unfolded. However, upticks are always appreciated and now we'll see if we can build on this into next week.

Down $50 In A Week

Periods like this sure are no fun and while we know what the old adage says, how do you pick the time when "things look the worst"?

Humdrum Wednesday

It's a rather mundane Wednesday as the Comex metals search for a floor from which they can begin the next rally.

On With Greg Hunter of USA Watchdog

It's always great fun to be on with Greg Hunter. In this segment recorded yesterday, we discuss global debt, the corner into which The Fed has painted itself and the rationale of doing "what the Russians and Chinese are doing".

Batchelor-Cohen on Russiagate

With the New Cold War simmering on low at present, John and Steve returned last evening with a thorough discussion of the entire "Russiagate" affair in light of the recently-released report from the Inspector General of the US Justice Department.

Trade War Back On

Global equity markets are reelin and rockin today as Trump widens his prospective trade war and China threatens retaliation. Amazingly, however, this is considered "dollar bullish" and, thus, the Comex metals have been smashed lower again.

Looking Ahead While Looking Back

A new week begins but not without first taking a look back at the events of last Friday.

Guest Post: "Smart Money Is Moving into Gold as Volatility Returns", By Olivier Garret, CEO of Hard Assets Alliance

For your weekend reading, we suggest the latest from our friends at Hard Assets Alliance.

Day Late, Dollar Long

It's as if the commodities market is one day delayed versus the incredible rise in the US$ yesterday. Today's drop is also pretty handy for The Banks, allowing them to harvest all of the new shorts they've issued in the past week.

The Battle Begins

Will the Comex Digital Metals be able to break through resistance and move higher or will price remain capped?

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