TF Metals Report Blogs

Key Levels As We Wrap The Week

When we attempted to anticipate the bottom back on Tuesday, the notion of ending the week back above $16.50 in CDS seemed far-fetched. However, prices have stabilized and with today's continued stream of poor economic data, we actually have a shot!

Putting the PeePee in the PPI

Some stability emerges today as the USDJPY is sagging despite the ridiculous jobless claims, PPI numbers and Fed Goon posturing. Perhaps this shift in sentiment will finally allow this latest siege of metals prices to come to an end.

May Comex Silver "Deliveries"

The oddities continue but what do you expect from the Hall of Mirrors that is the Comex?

Russian History with Professor Cohen

For much of this week's program, Professor Cohen speaks to his expertise and as a professor of Russian history. This is a free, one-hour course that you should be sure to take sometime today.

Morale Not Improving

Therefore, the beatings will continue.

New Week, Same Stuff

After a brief rally last evening, the Comex metals have turned down in early trading Monday, leaving us to wonder if this might be the 15th consecutive down day for CDS and, if so, what levels might be coming next.

2017 In Review

It's only May but it seems a proper time to assess where we began, where we've been and where we're going.


As the losing streak in Comex Digital Silver reaches its 12th day, we wonder if perhaps we're finally nearing a bottom. The reaction to today's FOMC Fedlines should tell the tale.

Your Latest Batchelor-Cohen

Though the New Cold War has been moved from the front page due to the increased risk of war on the Korean Peninsula, Batchelor and Cohen continued their weekly series last evening with a full update on items you may have otherwise missed.

Comex Crime Scene Mechanics

Perhaps you should consider the following information before entering The Comex Casino next time? Or, if you still can't help yourself, there's always 1-800-BETS-OFF.

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