A2A with Dave Kranzler

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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.

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canary
May 6, 2016 - 9:34am

The miners seem to be more independent

GDX and GDXJ opened higher.....About 2.7%.

Blackshook
May 6, 2016 - 9:26am

Bear Creek

Whilst Corani is the flagship which needs funding, the funding was supposed to come from profits from developing Santa Ana . However the Peruvian Gov pulled the licence from Santa Anna (one reason for drop in price from circa $12 Canadian in 2011 to Jan low of circa $o.5 cad. Price now still only $2.13 cad) This action has been officially judged illegal and is now going to International Arbitration ( could be settled in advance - but if does continue judgement expected 3Q 2016 I believe (TBC) ). Claim input for $500 m cad and hence would be a 'different' but very substantial way to fund Corani if successful. Add to this SLW are the main shareholder and in there specifically to get a good foot in to discuss a streaming deal....so funding should be met.

Hence, dependent upon Santa Anna positive resolution and price of Ag this could be a spectacular play.

DYOR lots info on the web ....Corani is Massive and with excellent fundamentals..... ....

ps I hold shares in Bear Creek.

canary
May 6, 2016 - 9:26am

USD/JPY....Strange trading.....

Another intervention....Shameless!

jwmkratz
May 6, 2016 - 9:26am

The Comex Will Have to Go into Overdrive This Morning

They're capping as best they can. Can't let gold breach $1300 or silver move to the $18 level. It will take time for the markets to fully account for just how bad this labor report is regardless of how the talking suits on CNBC spin it. Time for another classic Liesman/ Santelli showdown. Patience, patience, patience.

Chiron
May 6, 2016 - 9:22am

Indiana Rod and Lost Mind

I hope you are correct. I really do. I just can not see the Clintons going away without a scorched earth battle. They do not give up power. They need to be soundly defeated and then prosecuted.

I have been way too close to all of this nonsense and need a vacation.

amarula4
May 6, 2016 - 9:21am

@Royal Flush - getting rid of Windows (ps: photoshop?) Submitted

buy an el cheapo copy of Windows7 - it will be supported for years to come - I have three laptops running it, I can still get the drivers...

Key Economic Events Week of 8/10

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amarula4
May 6, 2016 - 9:19am
jwmkratz
May 6, 2016 - 9:17am

Hillary Will Not Get Indicted

She's the power elite's choice for Pres. How many indictments have come down on the side of the people since Obama was elected? And if by some remote chance that she does face criminal charges, Biden, as others have pointed out, is waiting to pounce.

jwmkratz
May 6, 2016 - 9:17am

ZH just tweeted that

ZH just tweeted that full-time jobs fell by 253,000. What an absolute freaking disaster.

And here are your latest "rate hike odds". No amount of Goon jawboning can bring June back "into play":

lund175
May 6, 2016 - 9:16am

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