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Thursday Conversation - Rob Kirby

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Our old pal Rob Kirby is back on his feet and ready to take on 2020. The year is off to a wild start and it's only going to get more crazy as things progress so please be sure to give this podcast a thorough listen this weekend.

To deal with the ongoing madness, you need as many trustworthy and objective sources of information as possible. You'll be able to find this at Kirby Analytics and I encourage you to check out all that Rob provides through his service: https://www.kirbyanalytics.com

As usual with these Thursday Conversations, we try to limit the discussion to three primary points. For this week, I ask Rob to address:

  • the changes since we last spoke in August, specifically the REPO & Liquidity Crisis
  • how The Fed will respond to growing economic and monetary pressures in 2020
  • the reports of $21T in unaccounted U.S. government spending over the past two decades

But, as usual, this conversation is not limited to just the points above. So please be sure to carve out some time this weekend in order to give it a listen.

Thanks again to Rob for sharing his time and insights!

TF

  155 Comments

AgAuMan
Jan 31, 2020 - 3:32pm

gold

gold

bullion only
Jan 31, 2020 - 3:53pm

Hello colloidal silver

Second maybe ?

Harley
Jan 31, 2020 - 4:00pm

3rd

Rob Kirby is awesome!
Thanks so much Craig!

AGXIIK
Jan 31, 2020 - 4:17pm

I LIKE THIS GUY

He talks like us. A puddle of FIAT on the floor. Look for the Fed dog.

FIAT currency printed at interest. What's the vig? Mob talk

Dark money? $21 trillion. $35 trillion?

Mo money Mo money.

PS Alex Azar just reported that no one is allowed into the US from China. Delta and American have cancelled all flights to and from China.

Wait'll the orders say no one from any country where there's an outbreak can come to the US.

Now you'se can't leave

DOW down 600 at the close. Gold up $15.50,

Money for nothing and the checks are free.

At what interest rate?

How much interest imputed to that wall of FIAT cash.

What's the frequency of the effing vig, Kenneth?

My prediction for the Super Bowl. Not the winner of the game. My prediction for gold and the market Monday Feb 3

The weekend reality of the Chinese CV FUBAR will pierce the SB LIV nachos and beer coma

Markets will open to a huge fear factor liquidation sell off.

People will freak out. Sell everything. Stawks. Bunds.

Market STB. ESF can't do squat

What to buy? Gold, more Gold, more Silver.

What will 2 days bring? We don't know but the world can change in 48 hours

China might go full retard and so something really stupid

Be prepared. Keep stackin'

Ned Braden
Jan 31, 2020 - 4:18pm

Rob K

"Which dog left the mess". Ha ha

NUGTCALL
Jan 31, 2020 - 4:26pm

Gold

Weekly close above 1580. Fuck off bankers. See you at 1650-1700. May you get quarantined 😎

canary
Jan 31, 2020 - 4:35pm

Stronger immune system?...Here's my recommendation

Take a hot and (max) cold showers daily.

One minute hot, followed by one minute cold shower...Do it six times (or more, if you enjoy it).

goldcom
Jan 31, 2020 - 4:37pm

Glad to have Rob here

It would have been a tragedy had Rob not made it through his fight for his life. His perspective and indepth knowledge of the crooks and crannies of just how corrupt the system is, is above most all that report on such things.

Though some of what he discusses is conjecture he backs it up with an understandable trail of connecting the dots.

Thanks for having Rob on again

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Blackwatersailor
Jan 31, 2020 - 5:16pm

Critical Update

Why The White House Just Declared A National Health Emergency
matt_
Jan 31, 2020 - 5:16pm

Ye Olde interest rate charts

I went back and updated my old treasury yield charts. The 10 year rate has been slammed back down below the decades long trend line:

The 2 year yield was rising exponentially in this channel on the semi-log plot:

Now, it has clearly broken down. The 10-2 year yield curve remains very low:

Indicating a recession is coming up. As a certified internet troll with no economic training, I think all this means the system is breaking down. Things really started to break down in 2018 when those trend lines were broken. The market is highly overvalued, both stocks and bonds. Food, oil, and gray-colored metals are about the only things underpriced right now.

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