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Thursday Conversation - Ned Naylor-Leyland

A discussion of gold, the LBMA and Brexit.


Our old pal, NN-L took his turn today in the Thursday Conversation hot seat.

It's always fun to get caught up with Ned. He's a tireless advocate of sound money and a great ally in our fight against the current system and The Banks.

For this particular discussion, I asked Ned to focus on four, primary areas of concern:

  1. The ongoing Brexit dilemma
  2. The rising US$ and its impact on global markets
  3. The LBMA and the seemingly endless supply of UK gold
  4. His strategies for managing bullion and mining shares through this current period

Thanks again to Ned for so generously donating his time today. I think you'll find this podcast quite entertaining and informative.



Nov 16, 2018 - 10:31am

Looks like Eric made a

Looks like Eric made a positive impact on Novo this morning. It's up 25¢.

Nov 16, 2018 - 10:22am

The video I posted last night

The video I posted last night from Youtube did not play then....but it's playing now.

Maybe I just have to go to sleep after posting....I use Microsoft edge.

Anyway....gold is up, and snowing outside the window...it's more important.

Nov 16, 2018 - 10:01am

Yes, I think we need $14.90+

Yes, I think we need $14.90+ and even $15 before the Large Specs in silver feel the heat. All part of why $14.90 was so heavily-defended two weeks ago.

However, once above there, the target becomes $16.50 pretty quickly.

Nov 16, 2018 - 9:54am

Another thought:

Another thought: this generation of so called leaders are really not so smart and have a streak of selfishness or corruptness. Tim Cook and the board of Apple--allowing massive buybacks eroding book net worth. Thats done for the exress benefit of to stock compensation folks. But one can say that about too many big companies. HD MMM Visa BA to name just 4 others with heavy weightign in the DOW. GE did that shit and now look at gE --the stewardship under Imelt sucked and he got huge comp. Nardelli got 500 million for 3 years at HD, including the severance pkg of 240 million --.They were teh superstars at GE and Nardelli fucked up HD so bad the old guard had to come back and fix it. These folks dont care about the sharehollders r public or country
Nov 16, 2018 - 9:47am



this whole Bezos/Amazon thing was perfected 35 years ago with Japanese transplants who built greenfield plants in the SE, non union, with taxpayer money. Thats why the Detroit and rust belt legacy companies could not compete. And why GM and Chrysler needed bailouts (but Ford for some reason did not take the bailout).

I'd like to get some of those deals .

Foxconn, a big supplier to Amazon, and Apple, is getting 4 billion to build a plant right now in SE Wisconsin.

Nov 16, 2018 - 9:44am



Yes Canary, the video did play No, cash only, you are not on crazy pills.

Bart "Surf Nazi" Chilton barking his bullshit on CNBC. What a fucking whore!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! He straight armed any credible investigation into gold and silver price rigging for 5 years, almost single handedly running cover for JPM, telling the multitudes that there is no manipulation while we see precious metals prices drop 50%. My god almighty, this pluperfect son of a bitch has the temerity to say he was part of the investigation.

I really don't care much if some SOB POTUS says

"I did not have sex with that woman" or

"We have to invade Iraq because it has weapons of mas destruction" or

"You can keep your doctor and pay less for health insurance"

Presidents are nothing more than low pay mid level apparachik monkeys told when to lie, how to lie and then to lie again.

But this lying demented sock tucking son of a bitch needs to be taken out, beaten within an inch of his life and then boiled in oil---twice---just to make sure he feels at least a tiny fraction of the pain stackers have felt for 8 years as their PM investments were rotofucked into the next millennium.

And if he survives, he's hauled to the public square and we all get to shove live rabid hedge hogs up his ass every hour on the hour until precious metals are no longer manipulated.

Nov 16, 2018 - 9:35am

Craig, I'd appreciate your

Craig, I'd appreciate your thoughts (and anyone else's for that matter) on whether you perceive that silver shorts are being squeezed to any degree at all yet and at what price point we should look for a real squeeze. I know you've talked about the $14.90 stair step level in the past. Is that still it? A couple of days in a row closing above that level? I'm sure you've discussed this in a podcast so I apologize in advance for my lack of retention.


Nov 16, 2018 - 9:25am

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Nov 16, 2018 - 9:25am

That's so strange. It appears

That's so strange. It appears and works perfectly fine for me.

Which browser are you using?

Ned Braden
Nov 16, 2018 - 8:29am

I also have been unable to

I also have been unable to play video on the new TFMR site...any tips ?

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