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Neo-McCarthyism with Batchelor and Cohen

Your graduate-level History and Foreign Affairs course continued last night as Batchelor and Cohen discussed the growing Russophobia in Washington and how the current situation is beginning to resemble the McCarthy, "red-baiting" days of the early 1950s.

Comex Digital Silver Moves Above Its 50-Day Moving Average

A very positive sign this morning as Comex Silver has moved back above its 50-day MA, successfully reclaiming ground lost during the latest Fed Goon Jawboning Event in the run-up to last week's FOMC rate hike.

Navigating Through The Goons

With a total of eleven Fed Goon speeches on the calendar this week, you can be sure that the jawboning will be thick. So, the question is, how do we get from here to Friday with our collective sanity intact?

Holding Firm

More lousy economic data was released this morning. This is helping the metals to remain firm and will likely induce another update from Mr. Donut. Let's hope this extends into the close so that we can wrap the week on an UPtick.

Fighting The Banks

The strong reaction in the metals continued overnight and the picture has turned decidedly more positive in the hours since the FOMC. However and as you would expect, The Cartel Banks are still in the "market" this morning and doing their best to contain and control this latest price move.

The Latest From Batchelor and Cohen

Professor Cohen and Mr. Batchelor got together again last evening for their weekly discussion of The New Cold War. Events are once again moving quickly so please be sure to give this a thorough listen as soon as you can find the time.

Oh Mother, Where Art Thou?

Thank goodness it's finally FOMC Fedlines day and the sole remaining question is if Mother will only raise the Fed Funds rate by 25 bps. If she does, it will be very important to keep in mind that the gold price bottomed the day following the FOMC hikes of the past two Decembers, not the day before.

Cartel Doing Their Business

It was a brutal day of direct, Cartel price capping and raiding ahead of tomorrow's FOMC Fedlines.

Politics and economics--Sorry, they cannot be separated

The other night, I could not sleep, and as usual I went downstairs, stoked up the fire, and began to let my mind wander, digging out my subconscious concerns so I could face them. And as usual, my 22 year old daughter, who is a night owl, wandered downstairs and said, “Hi Dad. Can’t sleep? What’s on your mind?” She plopped down on the couch next to me and we started talking.

Moribund Monday

With all eyes focused upon Mother and her Wednesday Fedlines, the week begins with some listless and dull action.

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