A2A with Dave Kranzler


This tremendous webinar/podcast with "Denver" Dave Kranzler epitomizes what A2A is all about. Compelling information presented in a fun format where you, the TFMR member, get to ask the questions. Please be sure to make the time to give this recording a full and thorough listen. You won't be disappointed.

Among the topics discussed (and there were plenty!):

  • the 2016 move in gold, silver and the miners
  • how the "Brexit" vote may impact the currency trade in the weeks ahead
  • recent steps taken by the Fed to change the way collateral is handled in derivative trades
  • the future of the US dollar, at home and abroad
  • and much, much, much more

Again, please be sure to carve out some time to listen to this incredibly informative discussion.



May 5, 2016 - 1:54pm
May 5, 2016 - 4:03pm

Something to consider

I've noticed something completely new recently.

We're all familiar with The London Monkeys and how they often smash price lower during the London session.

We also know how The Cartel has often used the low-volume, afternoon Globex to smash and accomplish price drops that they couldn't execute during Comex hours.

Well, overnthe past few weeks, we've seen something completely different. On days where price has been driven down on the Comex like yesterday and today, we've witnessed rebounds on the Globex. Yesterday, the Globex rally was nearly $9. Today it has been about $4. We saw it last week a few times and a few other times the week before. And consider how many times we've seen the London Monkeys "stand down" over the past few weeks.

Is this the start of something new? Who knows for sure. All I know is that this is the second day in a row where we've seen this and it's something that I'm starting to track very closely.


Yesterday and today:

May 5, 2016 - 4:11pm


Time for a wee round about the links!

Ah, make that a par three!!

Hole in one?

May 5, 2016 - 4:17pm

So Trump picks a Goldman guy

Ohhhh that's gota hurt....watch what he does, not what he says......Why not pick Ted Cruz's wife?

So hows that top down reform working for ya......


I like this quote from BaBabouy below the article....

"VAMPIRE SQUID ... Strikes AGAIN..."

May 5, 2016 - 4:20pm

HUI today ...

Rather amusing the way the miners gave the banksters the finger today. And I thought I was going to be probed again. NOPE!

wax off

May 5, 2016 - 4:42pm


Yea Baby!!!!!!!

May 5, 2016 - 5:24pm

LostMind, Strategic Metal it is then!!

i tried to look it up but found multiple similar names.

Got a link to the ticker? ...or, what's the symbol and i'll look it up.

it's my job to point you in the right direction, but now that you've went with the Strategic Metal pixels... i hope you make a killing and end up with more than a 5,000 oz.!!

it will be fun to track the comparison as well as the intangibles.

btw: how many shares did we get for that $1,000.00 ?

May 5, 2016 - 5:43pm


Caught On Tape: 100s Of M1 Abrams Tanks Roll Through Houston, TX

"Just days after we exposed Texas police planning for riots and conducting mass arrest drills, the site of hundreds of M1 Abrams battle-tanks rolling on a train through Houston raised more than a few eyebrows...

Several locals reported seeing a train Tuesday, loaded full of tanks, painted in a desert tan color - the second time in a week."


Train full of Tanks in Houston Tx
May 5, 2016 - 5:47pm


AIJ, I saw that also. But, it's okay. Trump is a business man, right? He can criticize Ted for taking a loan from Goldman and paying it back. But you can't criticize Trump for getting a Squid alum to do fund raising. It is just business, don't you know. In order to get things done, you have to give money to Nancy Pelosi and Hillary Clinton. You have to support the "establishment" while acting like you are not one of them.

Mental gymnastics for Trump support begin now. That prediction did not take long. Sure glad "Lyin' Ted" lost. Trump is a winner. Kick some ass!!! Amazing. Absolutely amazing. You really can't make this up. Next Trump might support raising the minimum wage, thereby insuring that more lower to middle class loose jobs. For a while, when he was trying to act like a conservative, he was against raising the minimum wage. Oh wait. He just did reverse that yesterday. And Ted is the liar.

This is all going to get very interesting really fast!

Royal Flush
May 5, 2016 - 5:55pm

great a2a

always enlightening man!

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