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Working For The Weekend

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At this point, it certainly appears that we'll have to wait until next week for any resolution to the question of whether or not Comex gold prices have bottomed and turned.

Emerging Market Meltdown Continues

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Just when it appeared that the Comex metals were poised to finally confirm a breakout, the stress of the emerging markets takes center stage again today.

Holding Ground

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Comex gold is trading sideways today and, as strange as this may seem, that's actually pretty good news. It now becomes pretty important to see where we end the week before the 3-day market holiday weekend.

On With Reluctant Preppers

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Back on Monday, we had the opportunity to discuss de-dollarization and all of the other risks to the US$. Given that this was also a prominent theme around here yesterday, I though that this interview deserved its own thread.

Batchelor and Cohen Look Ahead

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With the US mid-term elections looming in 70 days, John and Steve look ahead to what we can expect in terms of Russian "meddling" and other distractions from The New Cold War.

The Dedollarization Bandwagon

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Actions by the US to enforce sanctions and tariffs against OBOR countries are beginning to get noticed across the financial media and the pace of de-dollarization appears to be accelerating.

Holiday Week

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It will be a low-volume, volatile week as the few carbon-based traders that remain celebrate the end of summer with a few days off. And it's an important week, too, after last Friday's upward break of the trendline that has contained Comex gold since April.

Chief Goon Powell Sparks A...Rally?

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You can't be faulted for feeling that the world is entirely upside down, especially when a Fed Head Jackson Holedown speech actually helps to add fuel to a rally in the Comex metals. There's a first time for everything, I guess!

Rodin Would Be Proud

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Spending a lot of time in thought this morning. Not specifically about price and the yuan etc etc...instead focusing on The Big Picture. Let's see if we can summarize some stuff into this post.

Another Batchelor-Cohen Update

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Another thought-provoking discussion last evening with John and Steve. Please be sure to listen.

Fallout

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The POSX continues to fall today as the political environment in the US turns even hotter. Can this eventually lead to new lows for the dollar, an ease in the CNY devaluations and a rebound in Comex gold?

Why We Are Where We Are

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Comex gold actually reached back above $1200 overnight before being worked back lower by The London Monkeys. It's not more than $30 off last Thursday's lows but definitely not yet out of the woods.

Peak Spec Positioning

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It's not just Comex gold where we have record Speculator short extremes. The Spec crowd is also at extremes in shorting bonds, long the POSX and long the S&P. Does this seem like a Bank set-up to you, too?

Getting richer panning for gold

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4:30 AM came early for this would be prospector. But I arose, made some strong coffee, and tried to wake up while catching up on the overnight posts at TFMR. I crawled in my truck, which had been loaded with shovels and buckets and rubber boots the night before, and headed south to the Goldfields near Prescott AZ. After a 2 Hour drive, I met one of my buddies, we’ll call him “Stumpy.” We planned this prospecting trip to get rich.

Some Very Long-Term Charts

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After the week we've had, we might as well assess the state of the monthly charts.

Seemingly Endless

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The POSX keeps rising, the yuan keeps falling and there is seemingly no end in sight for the freefall in Comex Digital Gold and Silver.

JBSFC Return

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After a two week layoff, Batchelor and Cohen returned last evening with a thorough update of the latest events in the New Cold War.

Even Worser

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Yesterday's price smash has left many legitimately wondering if this latest siege will ever end.

A New Week, Another Commodity Smash

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It appears that we have another general commodity liquidation on our hands this morning as Comex precious metal prices make new 2018 lows.

Deja Vu All Over Again

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It was late June and early July when we first began to discuss the similarities of summer 2015 and summer 2018. Looks like today may be a good time to go back and revisit some of those posts.

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