TF Metals Report Blogs

Remarkable Resilience

Yes, Comex Digital Gold is down over $20 from where it was two days ago. However, given what we've seen in interest rates, interest rate expectations and forex, gold only off $20 is actually quite surprising. Throw in the fact that Comex Digital Silver is only down a few pennies and a picture of remarkable resilience emerges.

The Don and The Goons

Another day full of economic datapoints and Fed Goon jawboning will conclude with The Don speaking to Congress. As with the entire week, if we can just get through the day without seeing CDG get crushed, we shall consider it a victory.

It's Going To Be A Long Week

Whew, this is going to be a long week. Not only are there a whole bunch of US economic datapoints, it seems that almost every day will bring out some assorted Fed Goon for a gumflapping and jawboning session. If we can survive just by moving sideways, it will likely feel like a great victory come Friday.

Watching The Bond Market

While the chatter persists that somehow the March FOMC will be a "live meeting", the global bond markets clearly aren't buying it. And what do lower interest rates mean for the precious metals? Do you recall what happened in 2016?

More Failures of GAN2017

Another Happy Thursday as comments by the new SecTreas of the US has caused a selloff in both the POSX and USDJPY. This has led to strong buying of Comex Digital Gold and price has just tapped the $1250 level for the first time since the huge, post-election smashdown of November 11 last year.

Metals Capped Into FOMC Minutes

An incredible amount of fraudulent, virtual silver is being created in order to cap price and paint the chart. Will JPM and the rest of The Evil Empire be successful once again in capping price and routing the Specs. The reaction to today's FOMC minutes may help to determine the outcome.

Another Week With JBSFC

Last night's program was an excellent history and political science lesson.

Minute By Minute

A short week begins with the expectation that Wednesday will bring the most volatility with the release of the minutes from the January FOMC meeting.

Guest Post: "The Heightened Risk Of A Gold Price Reset", by Andrew Maguire

Well, this is something that you're definitely going to want to read...

Perspective and Scale are The Hardest Things In A Short Term Market Environment

How many lows does it take to end a four years minimum bear? How much separation does a secondary low, before or after the main low, have to nave to qualify as a bottoming consolidation? There are no fixed answers, just experience, some reluctance to follow false storytellers, and musing upon the facts as they appear at the time. Here are Argentus Maximus's weekend thoughts.

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