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Your World In 6 Charts

Unfortunately, time is short this morning. However, I promise you a more complete update later today.

Our Bumptious Wicked Witch

She's back and meaner than ever. But she reveals her weakness.

No, it's not Marlboros and Cosmopolitans. It's physical delivery. However, her overconfidence may betray her.

April Gold Option Expiration Day

Just a brief update this morning as I have a very full schedule today. Additionally, The Wicked Witch has a few things that she'd like to share with you and I know she'd like to get that done today, too.

Thank you, Mr Ben Bernank

Well, what a pleasant surprise The Bernank threw our way this morning, and just in time. The LBMA goons had attacked and the stage was set for a nasty Monday. Instead, we got a rally and growing confidence that the bottom is definitely "in" for gold, and probably silver, too.

Saturday Gold and Silver Summary

I've found a couple of things for your weekend, so I thought it best to start this new thread. Mainly, I had to make sure that everyone saw the latest OI numbers and CoT report.

I'm Late, I'm Late, I'm Late!!

I'm know I'm overdue. I'm really in a stew.

Party Likes It's 2009

I don't know if anyone else feels this way, but I've been having a strange feeling of deja vu and I couldn't seem to place it. I was standing there this morning, making some coffee, when it hit me. This is late 2009 all over again. If you were trading and stacking back then, I'm sure you'll recall that painful period. If not, let me give you a little refresher.

Turd's Index of Traffic and Sentiment

Everyone knows by now that I use a lot of acronyms. In this case, however, I'm choosing not to because I don't want to mess up all of my search engine metrics.

Keep Watching The Bond Market

The past week has seen some rather sharp selloffs in the U.S. treasury market. Is "Operation Twist" failing? Will we soon see a resumption of overt quantitative easing?

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