TF Metals Report Blogs

Into The End Of The Week

As the week draws to a close, we continue to monitor forex for clues as the new quarter begins on Monday. Today's action has been helpful and both Comex metals are faring well thus far.

Everything Is Fine Here in AlgoLand

Not much new to report this morning as this day unfolds like so many other here in AlgoLand.

March Comex Silver "Deliveries"

It seems that every few months, the charade of "physical delivery" on Comex becomes so outrageous that we feel compelled to write about it. Well here we are again today.

Russian Fever With JBSFC

As the Neo-McCarthy Era steams forward in Washington, Batchelor and Cohen this week provide historical context to help you understand the gravity and danger of the current state of American politics and media.

A Miner Complication

On an otherwise boring Tuesday, We thought it might be beneficial to once again look at the relative long-term of the mining shares versus the Comex Digital Metals.

The Battle For The 200-Day

As you know, we've been expecting both metals to move up to their respective 200-day moving averages. Well, here we are thanks to big drops in both the POSX and USDJPY.

GAN2017 Begins To Crumble

With the defeat late Friday of the Trump-Ryan healthcare bill, the realization that GAN2017 is in jeopardy has suddenly seemed to grip the "markets".

All Eyes On DC

The week draws to a close but the action won't end this afternoon. There looks to be a vote late today in Congress on the US healthcare legislation and serious revelations may soon be forthcoming regarding the surveillance of Trump and just about everyone else. 

Algo Lunacy

Be ready for a brutal day of "market" watching as the HFT algos swing wildly on every headline and tweet out of Washington DC.

A Very Interesting Morning

Interest rates and the USDJPY are both falling today and, with no Fed Goon speeches on the docket, it will be interesting to see how the day unfolds. More importantly, CDG is up modestly and moving toward our goal of $1260 and another test of the 200-day moving average.

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