A2A with Jim Comiskey

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Legendary commodity broker Jim Comiskey joined us today for the first A2A of the new year.

In this 45-minute call, Jim addresses:

  • the current, historic move in crude oil
  • falling natural gas prices
  • how he's consistently profiting trading currencies
  • why he prefers futures options to futures
  • the outlook for the dollar, the euro and ECBQE
  • and much, much more...

I think you'll find this discussion very helpful and a great start to the 2015 A2A season.

TF

  105 Comments

usk
Jan 9, 2015 - 8:39am

Wanted

Police name 2 suspects linked to second siege in Porte de Vincennes, they are Amedy Coulibaly & Hayat Boumeddiene

Mr. Fix
Jan 9, 2015 - 8:41am

If You Watch Television, You Are Going to Die!

If You Watch Television, You Are Going to Die!

The collapse of the American economy has begun in earnest despite the fact that the American people are being propagandized in earnest that economic recovery is right around corner. Right around corner? Just like reinforcements for General Custer’s forces were right around the corner? And the American economy is poised to suffer the same fate as General Custer. This article comes with a ..

There's no nice way to put it…

https://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/2015/01/09/if-you-watch-television-yo...

Mr. Fix
Jan 9, 2015 - 8:50am

Here it is!

Non-Farm Payrolls Rise By More Than Expected 252K, But Hourly Earnings Plunge Most In At Least 8 Years

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/09/2015 - 08:39

On the surface, the December jobs report was good, with 252K jobs added, higher than the 240K expected, leading to a fresh cycle low unemployment rate of 5.6%, down from 5.8% and below the 5.7% expected, and with the November data revised to a whopping 353K from 321K, a net change of 50K including the October revision. However it was the average hourly earnings where the real details were hid, and it was here that Wall Street was expecting a 0.2% increase. Intead the BLS reported a whoppping 0.2% decline in average hourly earnings, with the last month's 0.4% jump revised lower by half to 0.2%.

-SilverIsMoney-
Jan 9, 2015 - 8:57am

Amazing BS...

The POG was at $1218 at 7:30CST - 15min later it was magically $1210 and then over the next 10min it's risen back up to $1214.

Just one day i'd love to see an unhampered chart... just one freaking day... how anyone can look at these absurd 1min charts and not get it is just ridiculous.

https://www.pmbull.com/gold-price/

Look at the 1min and you'll see a picture perfect early morning cap job minute by minute....

Jan 9, 2015 - 9:06am

My goodness. What a horrible BLSBS

Not according to CNBS, of course. Oh no, this is GREAT! Didn't you hear Hampton Pearson say +252,000??

Read this and you'll soon discover just how horrific the report was: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-01-09/labor-participation-rate-drops...

  • Americans "not in labor force" soars by 451,000
  • Household Survey only up 111,000
  • WORST Labor Force Participation Rate since December of 1977
  • Average hourly earnings fell, too
usk
Jan 9, 2015 - 9:11am

New shooting in trocadero, Paris

Subway station evacuated. New shooting.

usk
Jan 9, 2015 - 9:13am
nadgeskaul
Jan 9, 2015 - 9:17am

Bunker in USK

Stay safe.

I'm loading up on a monster box or two today...things are getting nasty here. Get it while you can.

Civil unrest will pull the curtain off this charade.

Jan 9, 2015 - 9:18am

usk, thank you

Please keep us up to date.

Mr. Fix
Jan 9, 2015 - 9:25am

I just found a Jackass podcast:

Jim Willie: GAME OVER For Tower of Bubble- 4-5 FOLD Rise in Gold Price Coming!

Posted on January 8, 2015 by The Doc

In his first interview of 2015, Hat Trick Letter Jim Willie breaks down the emerging global currency war, discusses the Tower of Bubble & the coming derivatives collapse, and explains why a 4-5 FOLD rise in the gold price is coming!
Willie makes the case that the US Fed is supporting $200 BILLION a month in failed derivatives, and that the rise in the USD is a sign of COMPLETE COLLAPSE of the US economy!

Continue reading →

Edit:

I was unaware of the “false advertising” where it states this is the first interview of 2015, as it is actually the last interview of 2014 with Turd.

It is still as good as it gets.

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