TFMR Podcast - Friday, January 30

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Right on cue, gold rebounded today and recovered most of the contract expiration losses of yesterday. Now, with another volatile week ahead, can it crawl back toward $1300 and, if it does, what will happen with silver?

As we wrap up the week and the month (a month which saw gold +8% while the S&P was -3%), just a discussion of these charts:

GOLD

SILVER

the HUI and the S&P

And this crazy chart of 10-year German and Japanese bond yields

Regarding the totally insane global interest rate picture, please print off and read this remarkable story from Zerohedge. Then take the printed copy and add it to your Stack For Posterity. https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-01-30/denmark-you-are-now-paid-take-...

And finally, here's a fun article from SRSrocco covering many of the topics we regularly discuss here in Turdville: https://srsroccoreport.com/big-trouble-for-u-s-gold-market-no-available-...

Have a great weekend!

TF

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kardnul
Feb 2, 2015 - 7:34am

Good News for Canadians

SR 356 - Good News From Canada
Fred Hayek
Feb 2, 2015 - 1:49am

Okay one last picture, Bill Belichick wearing a Gadsden shirt

This was him walking into the stadium today. Still hate Bill Belichick?

SS121
Feb 2, 2015 - 1:40am

As part of the ongoing effort to replace King Dollar

ZH: Could the US Dollar Carry Trade Crash Stocks?

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Think they won't run the U.S. stock markets into the ground once they're set to move the charts against the USD???

If one can read between the lines and has even the slightest idea of what is transpiring right before their eyes. ...out of the fake chart paper mirage of a market, and into Silver and Gold.

The one who got into JNUG (or whatever) at high numbers, and now gets out for low numbers and stacks, will be better off than the one who saw huge numerical increases on their digital screen, but never made it out while Silver was still available at these fake chart prices.

the usd isn't ending, the silver chart, and the opportunity to pick up silver for chart prices is ending. the coup against the usd is getting louder and louder...

Could the US Dollar Carry Trade Crash Stocks?

The fictitious assertions within this article mean nothing. The prejudicial headline is the whole point.

Prepping their believers to SEE a market crash, and THINK "US Dollar"

Careful "who" you trust . . .

Fred Hayek
Feb 2, 2015 - 1:07am

I'll say again, great play by Malcolm Butler

If I get this picture in here correctly, you'll see a photo of that play taken a fraction of a second before Malcolm Butler intercepted the pass and it makes his INT seem even better:

tyberious
Feb 2, 2015 - 12:41am

The Hawks

Who throws a crossing route on 1st and 10?

infometron
Feb 2, 2015 - 12:13am

@ Libero & Hayek

Good points :-)

Edit: looks like classy response by 12th man (so far)

Fred Hayek
Feb 2, 2015 - 12:00am

Last Patriots drive Brady 9-9 against top NFL defense

He made two mistakes in the game but could hardly be said to have lost the game to Seattle.

As to the call, shouldn't we first give Malcolm Butler credit for reading the play and jumping the route and making the interception with everything on the line?

And someone put forth an explanation of the call that I find convincing. If Lynch runs the ball in there, maybe he wins the MVP award for the game. But if the winning score is a touchdown pass then there's no question that the award would go to Russell Wilson. So, maybe Seattle wanted their quarterback, who is fond of suggesting that Seattle has won games in the past because God wanted them to win, to get the award. But maybe god just didn't want him to win. He wanted Tom Brady to win.

SteveW
Feb 1, 2015 - 11:31pm

Vaccines

It must be Sunday again but somehow I recall several days this week that were also "vaccine days"

Liberoinfometron
Feb 1, 2015 - 11:30pm

Infometron: Look at the situation.

It was second down, 26 seconds on play clock, only one time out and the seahawks had to score a six. If the pass play didn't work, the clock would stop and they would have two plays left and a time out. If they had run the ball and been stopped, they would have to use their time out and then they could run one more time, with the clock running low. They didn't expect the ball to be intercepted. So not really a bad call imho, given the time. A run play on third down if the pass wasn't completed.

But the catch before was a miracle so the footlball gods intervened for the Pats.

What a game though.

Safety Dan
Feb 1, 2015 - 10:49pm

The 21 curious questions

The 21 curious questions we're never allowed to ask about vaccines

https://www.naturalnews.com/048467_vaccine_industry_intelligent_questions_scientific_principles.html#ixzz3QYXDzkdl

​(NaturalNews) The surest sign of a medical dictatorship is an aggressively enforced blockade against intelligent questions. Intelligent questions, after all, can destroy a medical police state because they expose the fraud of it.

Intelligent questions -- which the vaccine industry characterizes as "dangerous" -- are the greatest threat to the vaccine delusions still being played out across the world today, which is precisely why such questions are not allowed to be asked. Those daring to ask such questions are now being threatened with mass arrest and imprisonment -- that's how vulnerable the fraudulent vaccine industry has now become. It can be brought down by mere words if only those words are allowed to be circulated.

What sort of questions are we not allowed to ask? Here are 21 censored questions the obedient, pharma-controlled mainstream media will never dare ask:

Question #1) If measles vaccines confer measles immunity, then why do already-vaccinated children have anything to fear from a measles outbreak?

Question #2) If vaccines work so well, then why did Merck virologists file a False Claims Act with the U.S. government, describing the astonishing scientific fraud of how Merck faked its vaccine results to trick the FDA?

Question #3) If vaccines don't have any links to autism, then why did a top CDC scientist openly confess to the CDC committing scientific fraud by selectively omitting clinical trial data after the fact in order to obscure an existing link between vaccines and autism?

His exact statement, published on the website of his legal counsel:

My name is William Thompson. I am a Senior Scientist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, where I have worked since 1998. I regret that my coauthors and I omitted statistically significant information in our 2004 article published in the journal Pediatrics. The omitted data suggested that African American males who received the MMR vaccine before age 36 months were at increased risk for autism. Decisions were made regarding which findings to report after the data were collected, and I believe that the final study protocol was not followed.

Question #4) If mercury is a neurotoxic chemical (which it is), then why is it still being injected into children and pregnant women via vaccines? Why does the vaccine industry refuse to remove all the mercury from vaccines in the interests of protecting children from mercury?

The U.S. government tells us that lead in water is BAD, but mercury in vaccines is GOOD!



Question #5) If vaccines are so incredibly safe, then why does the vaccine industry need absolute legal immunity from all harm caused by its products?


https://www.naturalnews.com/048467_vaccine_industry_intelligent_questions_scientific_principles.html#ixzz3QYXZVeVA

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