Writer's Block

I've been sitting here for 90 minutes, trying to come up with something to write about. With the markets' attention already focused on the Fedlines next Wednesday, I've got a bad case of "writer's block".

TFMR Podcast - Wednesday, December 9

A crazy day where the yen rallied over 1% and the POSX fell a similar amount. You'd have thought that gold would have rallied but you'd be wrong. C'mon in and find out why.

Guest Post: "The Screaming Fundamentals For Owning Gold", by Chris Martenson

In this extraordinarily detailed and lengthy new report, Chris Martenson lays out again all of the various reasons why gold should be a part of every portfolio.

How 'Bout That Yen

Today's biggest news actually seems to have been a headline from last evening.

This Week's Batchelor-Cohen

Every week we post these podcasts and, every week, you need to find time to listen. There is no doubt that 2016 is going to be a consequential year and this weekly discussion is the only one you will find that offers a consistently fair and balanced review of events in The New Cold War.

TFMR Podcast - Tuesday, December 8

Though commodities in general were under pressure again today, gold held in there relatively well. And we late today we learned that open interest is rising again so another short squeeze, similar to last week, appears on the horizon.

Late Morning Post

Behind the 8-ball a bit this morning in terms of time. Therefore, just this quick post.

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TFMR Podcast - Monday, December 7

An ugly day as commodities are down across the board, led by a 5.5% drop in crude oil. This is the "disinflation bias" trade once again rearing its ugly head...and expect more of the same at least until next Wednesday.

Maintaining Perspective

Plunging crude oil is wreaking havoc with every market this morning. Still, some seem full of despair that Friday's rally and short squeeze haven't continued into today. Remember, the CoT is not a trading indicator. It's ony use is as a predictor of future trend, not day-to-day, and what it's telling us is that the next few weeks and months are going to be UP and not down.

Historic Comex Positioning and Other Oddities

In our endless effort to educate investors and, at the same time, draw attention to the unfairness of the fractional reserve bullion banking scheme, opportunity sometimes presents itself. In reviewing this post, you may find that this is one of those times.

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