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Another Batchleor-Cohen Update

With the New Cold War currently pushed from the front pages, John and Steve took time last evening to continue our course in Russian history and Russian studies.

What Changed Last Friday?

We noticed the change last Friday and it can clearly be seen to continue this week. So what was the change and why did it happen? We try to find some answers today.

On Guard Against The Banks

Following the events of yesterday, it seems wise this morning to take an in-depth look at the charts in order to discern what moves The Banks may take next in the hope of stemming this rally and reversing the trends.

Guest Post: "The Debt Cartel's Weakness: Its Algorithms", by Marc Ward

Most TFMR regulars will recognize Marc Ward as a site regular. Following the launch of his venture, MetalZoom Energy, he has written this excellent and informative guest post for us.

Monday Blues

The week begins with a lower open but, as we always remind you, it's not how you start the week that matters. To that end, it's going to be busy and volatile and Friday will bring a boatload of economic data ahead of next week's FOMC.

USDJPY Down, Gold Flat?

There are A LOT of moving parts this morning and this weekend promises to hold all sorts of unknowns. We'll do our best to summarize everything and make some projections.

The Count Delivers

With all that's going on in the world, I plum forgot that ole Count Draghi was having a presser today. And boy oh boy, The Count did not disappoint as his mutterings have sent the POSX to new 2017 lows and CDG just touched $1350. Thanks, Count!

A Massive Surge In GLD "Inventory"

Yesterday saw the 2nd-largest one day surge in GLD "inventory" in the past five years. What does this signal, if anything at all?

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Batchelor and Cohen Return

After taking a week off, John and Steve returned last evening with an essential update on The New Cold War.

It's Going To Be Quite A Week

Jeezo-weezo, there's a lot going on. Good thing it's already Tuesday.

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