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A few moments ago on Fox Business Channel we heard someone proclaim that "given all that's going on the world, gold should probably be $5,000 to $6,000 per ounce". Who actually had the gall to say this on live television? You won't believe it unless you see it.

Mother Mumbles Merciful Mutterings

Just as we had hoped, a "dovish" turn from Mother today has peeled back the USDJPY from its recent highs. This in turn has allowed Comex Digital Gold to move back toward $1220.

A New JBSFC

John and Steve returned last evening to discuss the New Cold War and add some historical perspective to the latest events.

Pet Rock Revisited

It was almost precisely two years ago that the WSJ published their infamous "gold is a pet rock" article. Just as that article and a few others marked the conclusion of the bear market, could a new article published ten days ago in the Washington Post be ringing the same bell?

Guest Post: "Pirates, Arbitrage and The Silver Flash Crash", by Viking Analytics

Our friends and subscribers at Viking Analytics have written an interesting article regarding last week's sudden, 10% drop in the price of Comex Digital Silver.

Wrapping Up A Lousy Week

From Monday's gold smash to last evening's silver smash, this has certainly been a lousy week to start Q3 and it's likely that there's still some downside left to come.

Bond Market Boogaloo

Ever since Count Draghi flapped his gums eight days ago, the US dollar has been under pressure. But that's not the only mover in the time since as the US bond market has seen a major move, too, and this is no doubt having a major impact on the price of Comex Digital Gold.

The Relentless USDJPY

The Comex Metals have been driven lower again today, all on the back of a USDJPY that has driven relentlessly higher ever since Mother's FOMC and rate hike three weeks ago. Perhaps today's release of the minutes of that meeting will provide some relief?

Sentiment Naturally Changes With Each Skirmish, As The Financial War Proceeds

As every bear market passes certain milestones, or landmarks, defining its phases, we should expect to see sentiment alter, indeed change in certain ways to confirm that the bear is still moving on its discerned course towards the next big price swing's birth.

- Argentus Maximus

Sizing Up The First Half

It's halftime for 2017 and as we look at the score over the first two quarters, we see that Team S&P is tied with Team CDG, with both up 7-8% YTD. As with any game, the real action is in the second half and that all kicks off next week.

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