TFMR Podcast - Monday, January 4

Gold officially begins 2016 with a 1.4% UP day. Not too shabby and we're very interested in seeing what the remainder of the week holds.

Welcome To 2016

Our "year of consequence" is certainly off to a rollicking start!

A Consequential Year Begins

As we've often mentioned, 2016 is shaping up to be "a year of consequence". Here's a look at where we stand before trading resumes later today.

On the road again

Just a holiday thread to generate some prepping discussion and give our dear "number 2" host a break. Business needs have called us away from home to work--to get property in sale-able shape so my family can be out of debt, completely! say a prayer for us and we'll reciprocate.

Out With The Old, In With The Jackass

Another holiday weekend is upon us so, as per tradition, we have another installment of a TFMR podcast with The Golden Jackass himself, Jim Willie.

<Also by tradition, this is a public thread for all to listen.>

TFMR Podcast - Monday, December 28

It's a holiday week but today's release of a very stale CoT report merits an abbreviated discussion.

Guest Post: "Gold Market Manipulation", by Gary Savage

Back on Wednesday, technical analyst Gary Savage published a terrific video presentation that dissects the ongoing price manipulation in the paper gold market. Since it covers several of the topics we routinely discuss here at TFMR, I wrote Gary to ask if we could use it as a guest post and he happily obliged.

TFMR Podcast - Wednesday, December 23

A somewhat abbreviated podcast today as we update levels and items to watch as we close out 2015.

One Last JBSFC For 2015

It has been a wild, eventful year in The New Cold War. With their final discussion of 2015, Mr. Batchelor and Professor Cohen summarize the events of this past year in Ukraine and Syria and they look ahead to what may be an extremely dangerous 2016.

TFMR Podcast - Tuesday, December 22

As the end of the year approaches, expect the USDJPY to rally...dragging the S&P to a positive and green 2015 close. This will also very likely keep gold in its current 3-steps-forward-2-steps-back reovery pattern.

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