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Friday Follies

The Comex metals have recovered from another overnight drop. Can we manage to finish the day strong and finally put this week behind us?

Who Is In Control?

As the Comex metals fall to absurdly low levels due to a tumbling Chinese yuan, today we have a question for you to consider.

JBSFC on Trump and Putin

John Batchelor and Professor Stephen F. Cohen have recorded weekly updates on The New Cold War for nearly five years now...and we've diligently posted them here at TFMR since early 2014. Nowhere else in western media will you find such a fair, balanced and objective discussion of the situation and I urge you in the strongest possible terms to listen this week and every week.

Sinking Ships

As the Comex metals decline in price again today, it has begun to feel as if we're on a sinking ship.

CGP on The Hill

So, let's see...The Fed chairman goes up to Capitol Hill and the price of Comex gold is slammed lower. That's never happened before! I'm stunned!!

Catching On

As evidenced around the internet, more and more folks are catching on to this latest CNY-gold link. But while this correlation is clearly evident, there's very little agreement as to why it exists in the first place.

Playing With Fire

Comex gold teeters upon critical support today. Let's hope it holds or we risk a significant stop run to even lower prices.

CP-Yi-Yi-Yi

Once again, the Consumer Price Index prints with little if any overall price inflation, at least as measured by this index. Keep in mind, of course, that one the primary rationale used by The Fed in hiking the fed funds rate is to restrain inflation. They must be doing a great job!

Growing More Obvious

This current connection between the yuan and gold grows more obvious by the day yet it seems that there is very little discussion anywhere as to the how and why of the correlation.

Vital Listening From Batchelor and Cohen

On the eve of the NATO meeting and Trump's summit with Putin, it is absolutely essential that you take time this week to listen to this latest installment from Mr. Batchelor and Professor Cohen.

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