Moving Forward with Marin Katusa

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Late Friday, I had the opportunity to visit again with Marin Katusa, founder of Katusa Research and author of the best-selling book, "The Colder War". After the sharp correction in both the metals and miners, I think you'll find this podcast to be of great value.

With the HUI index down more than 30% from its August highs and the metals falling sharply last week, I jumped at the opportunity to visit with Marin again. Over the course of this call, we discuss:

  • the reasons and forces behind this recent correction
  • Marin's feelings about the mining sector as a whole after the pullback
  • why he still considers Brazil Resources to be his top pick in the sector
  • the current, dangerous status of The New Cold War between the US and Russia

As we await the re-opening of the "markets" in a few hours, I think you'll find this podcast to be an excellent use of your time.

TF

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James Crighton
Oct 10, 2016 - 1:27am

Rogue Money's comment on the 2nd debate

is fired-up - good for the flagging spirit!

Guerrilla Update - Post Debate Analysis (10/09/2016)
JQuest
Oct 10, 2016 - 1:21am
tyberious
Oct 10, 2016 - 1:05am

News to know!

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Before his election as Duma speaker, Volodin had served as the first deputy chief of staff of the Presidential Administration in charge of the nation’s domestic policy. In short, he was the “regime’s architect,” according to the analytical website Russia Direct. Volodin coordinated state ideology, managed elections, lobbied for specific pieces of legislation and “cleaned up” Russia after the Bolotnaya protests in Moscow in 2011-2012, which erupted after allegations of vote-rigging in the December 2011 State Duma elections.

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bently
Oct 10, 2016 - 1:01am

Mickey you are right

Without even watching the debate! Perhaps I am reading too much, but during the last debate gold weakened and the dollar firmed throughout the evening as it was evident Hillary was winning, whereas now the opposite is happening. Gold and silver continuing to strengthen and dollar under pressure.

Hope it continues. Whatever tomorrow brings, it was great to see Hillary's and Bill's faces -- real concern. So different from their smug smiles last time.

JQuest
Oct 10, 2016 - 12:58am

I know you all are dying to listen to this...

Trump vs Clinton Debate #2 (Full)

The Second Presidential Debate: Hillary Clinton And Donald Trump (Full Debate) | NBC News
Mickey
Oct 10, 2016 - 12:45am

nobody has ever

called out Bill and Hillary for their indiscretions--

and lived.

I did not listen to it-however my adult daughter told me he said he would put her in jail, and I read the transcripts and he said he would thru AG appoint a special prosecutor, and after she attacked him back he said because you would go to jail.

PS--I watched teh baseball game tonight--and was watchign gold price--I am hearing he came on strong later--and as he did gold got stronger after it was weaker.

The ramifications for metals are huge--he would likely go after the banks for their manipulation of markets overall as wel las going after teh Fed.

Changes everything, yet, we still have huge growing debt and no easy way to reverse that, and we still have a continuing weakening economy. Imagine Congress being held accountable by Trump for fiscal policy.

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Dr. P. Metals
Oct 9, 2016 - 11:20pm

Bitcoin

still not sure on that. It has way too many advantages that the Banksters hate with a passion...I guess I expect it to be killed or controlled. I have a few just 'cause...

AIJDr. P. Metals
Oct 9, 2016 - 11:12pm

Yes and one thing we know is..

...God is in control, not the "bankers"

Do

  • Buy when it makes sense
  • Hold the physical "in your control"
  • Buy some Bitcoin and keep it close
  • Alway have some cash and common coinage

Don't

  • Buy on leverage
  • Go "all in"
  • Keep your Bitcoin on an exchange

When this thing let's loose, Keep your head about you

(memorize "IF" by Rudyard Kipling, and selective scripture)

flipper22AIJ
Oct 9, 2016 - 11:09pm

Trumps biggest statement in

Trumps biggest statement in my mind is that he would appoint a special prosecutor regarding her e-mails and he mentioned the word jail time. I think that had Hillary reeling for the rest of the debate. I think Donald was in her head the rest of the night with the words jail time and special prosecutor. Wooowzzzer.

bently
Oct 9, 2016 - 11:08pm

Trump

He clearly clobbered HRC at many points tonight.

No one can say he lost this debate.

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