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TFMR Podcast - Thursday, January 31

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It was a decent day as a follow-up to the fireworks of yesterday. And now we await the BLSBS tomorrow, aware of the fact that we've had a pretty nice 5-day run and we may be due for a brief pullback.

But for today, we simply assess where we've been, where we are and where we're heading. As to the latter, the biggest signal of future Fed policy is coming from the bond market, so that's where we begin the discussion today.

Though we don't want to overlook the importance of the POSX:

We check the updated charts of both CDG and CDS:

And we close with another check on the mining shares.

Thanks for listening and be ready for a very interesting end to the week tomorrow.

TF

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silver66Harley
Jan 31, 2019 - 9:55pm

sokomon iron

I apologize to the board

I bought 20,000 shares this morning at 9:45

my streak in jr's continues

I guess capital losses can offset those future gains

oy vey

silver66

NW VIEW
Jan 31, 2019 - 9:41pm

Pharmacy Math??????

I have worked hard to avoid any pills from my local doctor. He said, a few years ago: "Your to fat, lose some weight". So I did. He said: "Your a1c is too high, lose weight and watch the carbs ", and I did. He said :Your blood pressure is too high and I want to put you on some pills", and they almost killed me.

So, it took some time, off of all pills, except I keep a supply of blood pressure medication in case of an emergency. I needed a refill today for my old medication had expired last year. They are expensive, 30 little pills for $95, but worth having "if" I eat 3 pizzas, a large bowl of chili, and a full rack of BBQ ribs. Ha! So, I told the Dr., "I would like a pill cutter, only taking half of a pill if I need one". He said that sounded good.

I headed to the pharmacy, they gave me only 15 pills instead of 30 for the same $95. They said it was still a 30 day supply even though I was only using half a pill that I would need to cut. Now that is how the system works.

Jan 31, 2019 - 9:21pm
Harley
Jan 31, 2019 - 9:18pm

Sokoman Iron?

Does anyone know what happened with Sokoman Iron today? Looks like panic selling on a press release that raises some concern but not worthy of a full on panic. I'm beginning to think that maybe I missed something important and am now holding shares of hope after a 38% drop today? Sprott owns part of the company, did anyone hear anything from him?

Craig, would you be willing/able to ask his views in the Sprott Weekly Wrap-up tomorrow?

Thanks!
:)

indiana rod
Jan 31, 2019 - 9:13pm

FRIDAY'S CHANGE ?

It appeared that something changed last Friday. Could one of the reasons be the news that, according to Goldseek, Central Banks bought more gold in 2018 than any year since 1967, 651.5 tonnes, 74 % more than 2017.

lakedweller2
Jan 31, 2019 - 9:06pm

How About That USD/CNY

You just never know when the dollar gets strong. And... gold goes down.

scoremore
Jan 31, 2019 - 8:57pm
brolgaboy
Jan 31, 2019 - 8:37pm

Turd

simply not the case. Not a big deal but really what the heck?

Marcus
Jan 31, 2019 - 8:08pm
SilverX3TF
Jan 31, 2019 - 7:50pm

LMFAO!!!!!!!

Don't blame that on Turd's ads. Brolgaboy you're a bad boy 😂

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