TFMR Podcast - Friday, July 22

We've got a house full of people but I wanted to make sure you've got your head screwed on straight before next week. Thus, this unexpected podcast.

Preparing For A Wild Week Next

By this time next Friday, the picture for the metals will become much more clear. With August expirations, an FOMC meeting and some clarity from the Bank of Japan, where we stand one week from today may look considerably different from this morning.

A2A with James Turk of GoldMoney

James Turk is a legend in the precious metals sector. As founder of GoldMoney in 2001, James has long been an advocate of sound money and physical precious metal ownership. What a treat to have him stop by TFMR again today and answer subscriber questions in our A2A format!

A Timeline For The Next Rally In Gold

We've been watching for two weeks as prices have once again been pushed backward into expirations. However, the pattern calls for a renewed up trend to begin as soon as next week. Is it possible to connect the dots and project that far out? Yes!

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TFMR Podcast - Wednesday, July 20

It seems that every six to eight weeks or so we need to record a podcast that helps everyone to maintain perspective. Hopefully, today's update will provide just that.

Metals Getting Pounded

Gold and silver are down today for all the reasons we've been discussing. USDJPY and interest rates moving higher coupled with the impending expiration of August gold and August gold options. There are still key levels to watch going forward so be sure to read this post.

On With Greg Hunter of USA Watchdog

Yesterday, we had the honor of visiting again with Greg Hunter of USA Watchdog. Much of what we discussed is covered here on a daily basis but you might find it fun to watch, regardless.

TFMR Podcast - Tuesday, July 19

It was a relatively quiet day which is as we've been expecting, given the impending expirations for the August Comex gold next week.

TFMR Podcast - Monday, July 18

Though the USDJPY jumped again today, gold and silver were mostly flat due to steady interest rates and firm copper. Looking ahead, this podcast addresses the key factors which will impact prices this week and next.

Getting It All Wrong

After perusing the internet and Twitter over the weekend, I find the level of misunderstanding in the gold space to be astonishing. The paper derivative price of "gold" fell last week because of the huge rise in the USDJPY and the spike in interest rates that accompanied it. That's it. That's why. That's all you need to know.

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