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Total Manipulation And Control

Wow. Maybe we're all just getting numb to the total and comprehensive Bank control of "the markets"? How else can you explain the near-complete passivity in the face of such overt manipulation?

On with SGT Report

Back on Wednesday, I had the honor of connecting once again with the SGT Report. We had a lengthy and detailed conversation about a whole host of topics that are near and dear to TFMR so please take the time to give it a listen.

Remarkable USDJPY Manipulation

As you know, the key battle this week is for the 200-day moving average in the all-important USDJPY. Today has seen some some incredible, overt bursts of central bank intervention but, fortunately, thus far none if this has adversely impacted the prices of the Comex Digital Metals.

Trouble for Kuroda and Draghi

For whatever reason (maybe just a lack of horrible headlines?) the dollar is rallying today and bonds are down. This has combined to shove CDG lower and back below $1280.

This Week's Batchelor-Cohen

Another great show last night where Mr. Batchelor and Professor Cohen provided a dose of essential information in regards to Syria, Russia and the New Cold War.

Goldman Punts on GAN2017

The Bank-promoted narrative for 2017 of higher rates, strong dollar and booming growth crumbled further today as TungstenmanSachs officially closed out their "long dollar" trade at a loss. Oops. For $11.95/month, their clients could have learned a lot more simply by being members at TFMR!

Back To Work

In the U.S., our holiday weekend is over so it's time to get back to work. All of the geo-political and economic questions from last week have carried over to today so we are set up for another volatile and interesting week ahead.

Three Day Weekend Awaits

With the US markets closed tomorrow in observance of Good Friday, today's action becomes particularly important, especially when you consider all that is going in on the world.

Good Wednesday

As we stand at the threshold of what may be an extremely volatile, 3-day holiday weekend, the "markets" thus far today have been mostly unchanged and listless. Enjoy the relative quiet while you can as the volatility will very likely ramp up as we head toward Thursday's close.

More Must Listen Audio From Batchelor and Cohen

With US-Russia relations now "completely ruined" according to Russian Prime Minister Medvedev, The New Cold War has now reached a critical moment. As such, please be sure to listen to this week's Batchelor-Cohen podcast.

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