TFMR Podcast - Tuesday, January 31


A very interesting day today as major POSX weakness sent both Comex Digital Metals soaring higher. But let's not get ahead of ourselves. Tomorrow brings the FOMC Fedlines and the BLSBS is still looming for Friday. Regardless, though, this was a good day.

Just how good of a day was it? See below:

Next, after a general discussion of the day's events, we begin the chart parade with these two looks at the POSX:

And we also dissect the all-important USDJPY:

Here are updated looks at Comex Digital Gold (CDG) and Comex Digital Silver (CDS):

And we close with surging copper and a grinding HUI:

Lastly, don't forget that it's Tuesday. This means that if you're free at 10:00 pm EST tonight, you can stream John Batchelor and Professor Cohen through either of these links: OR I strongly encourage you to listen live if you can as the situation on the ground in Donetsk appears to be heating up by the day.

More tomorrow,



Jan 31, 2017 - 10:08pm
Jan 31, 2017 - 10:00pm

21'st ish


Jan 31, 2017 - 9:51pm

@ Boing_Snap My claims

The only claims I made were regarding litmus and the acid/alkali combination. Other than that an alkaline diet always falls into an acidic stomach.

It might surprise you that I consider nutrition to be extremely important but unfortunately one size does not fit all. I hope your naturopath titrates diets to his individual clients. Science is only just beginning to tease out these nutritional responses.

Glad you had the good sense to have traditional chemo then follow up with a healthy diet. Some NHL can be cured, others can only be treated with current knowledge. This will be my last OT comment on this subject.

Expecting my silver tomorrow from last week's purchase. Take care.

Jan 31, 2017 - 9:51pm


Fined again for a criminal act. They can expect to fine them again for the same thing in the future. The Victims be damned and the system stays corrupt.

Jan 31, 2017 - 9:15pm
Jan 31, 2017 - 8:52pm

@SteveW...Can't support your claim

The treatments on nutrition, mainly food combining were my naturalpath's, a member of the College of Naturalpaths board here in Canada, a college with a history dating back over 100 years. And in meeting a large amount of his patients in the waiting room, and ones I referred to him, I can say he was extremely effective at his trade.

Having myself witnessed the test of alkaline/acid i'm not sure what you're referring to, red and green were the colours I saw, maybe a different form of the test paper.

In any matter your comments seem to suggest a standard medical bias, natural with the amount of programming one gets to that end. Unfortunately the standard medical community is severely lacking in the area of nutrition, and that is the key to avoiding disease in general.

Reliance on evasive chemical drugs, dangerous and costly procedures, to focus on specific targets ends up not fully taking into account the what happens to other areas of the body and puts a load on the liver and kidneys. Dependencies on chemical based drugs to maintain multiple conditions and never actually cure them, make for a great revenue stream for drug companies, but extremely detrimental to one's health, both physically and fiscally in the long run. The unnatural compounds of drugs can't be removed from the body easily and build up in the liver mostly and other areas of the body and lead to other medical conditions, pharmaceutical snowball.

This info I gained through 25 years of taking an active part in my health, most folks rely strictly on their doctors, and get the treatments that have been presented to them, combining both disciplines from a foundation of your own knowledge, gives one the optimal chance at being cured, not just patched together and drugged up. One or the other discipline on its own can't stand complete, combining the two can. Mine Hodgkins battle did, I had chemo, and no radiation, the naturalpath suggested this approach, we flushed out the side effects of chemo with nutrition and herbs after it cleaned out the cancer, been fine for 25 years.


Jan 31, 2017 - 8:50pm

Craig Miners

GDXJ up 18%, SILJ-the Junior Miner etf was up over 18%.

CNBS might not have time to get to that--which if you spend a second thinking about it is a great full year return.

Jan 31, 2017 - 7:57pm

@ Boing-Snap: Nutrition

I wish you hadn't reposted your comments on "cancer cure" since there is so much wrong with it that I let pass the first time.

Litmus is blue in alkali, while acid mixed with alkali makes a salt (of some type, not necessarily sodium chloride) not just water. These errors of simple high school chemistry are no big deal.

The dietary comments and web site make no sense. Saliva is mildly acidic to mildly neutral while the stomach is always strongly acidic due to hydrochloric acid.

The laetrile (B17) story has been around for decades and there is no study showing that it is effective against any cancer.

Finally I'm happy that you have been cured of Non-Hodgkins lymphoma, I've been living with my type of this disease for 18 years. I suspect that if you were forthcoming that you did not defeat your disease with an alkaline diet alone but a more conventional treatment.

Jan 31, 2017 - 7:32pm


CDG: +$55 or 4.75% for January

CDS: +$1.53 or 9.5% for January

S&P: +40 or 1.8% for January

I'm sure this will be prominently discussed on CNBS tomorrow...

Jan 31, 2017 - 6:25pm

Turd song...


Heh heh heh Jeez O Pete!!

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