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Turkey Takes Possession of 220 Tons of Gold Repatriated from Federal Reserve-Rory Hall (20/04/2018)

By Rory Hall Yesterday 125 Views No comments

A tiny, almost nonsexist report appeared in Trend.az news service on Thursday April 19 announcing that Turkey’s Central Bank had moved 220 tons of gold out of the Federal Reserve System to take possession in Turkey. Trend is also reporting that an additional 95 tons of gold is being moved out of the Federal Reserve and back to Turkey.

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The Final Nail in the Russian Collusion Conspiracy Theory Coffin Comes at a Price - Nathan McDonald (20/04/2018)

By Nathan McDonald Yesterday 236 Views No comments

The Russian Conspiracy Theory—rammed down the throats of everyone around the globe since Donald Trump was elected the 45th President of the United States—has finally been laid to rest.

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The End of the Debt- As-Currency Era - Jeff Thomas (20/04/2018)

By Jeff Thomas Yesterday 154 Views No comments

“Gold is the currency of kings, silver is the money of gentlemen, barter is the money of peasants, but debt is the money of slaves. - Norm Franz, Money and Wealth in the New Millennium, 2001

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COMEX Exchanges For Physical-Craig Hemke (17/04/2018)

By Craig Hemke 3 days ago 6843 Views No comments

Very few people understand—or even know of—the opaque COMEX-->LBMA process known as "Exchange Futures For Physical". Even the term is misleading, as there's clearly nothing "physical" about it.

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More shifty accounting: US public sector spending may exceed 60% of GDP - Peter Diekmeyer (11/04/2018)

By Peter Diekmeyer 10 days ago 1122 Views 2 comments

Spending under the Trump Administration may be more than double what the Congressional Budget Office admits.US federal government spending is expected to bloat to over $4.7 trillion during fiscal 2020, according to Congressional Budget Office data.

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Revisiting September 2011-Craig Hemke (10/04/2018)

By Craig Hemke 10 days ago 3983 Views No comments

There has been some revisionist history written lately regarding the gold price smash of September 2011. Since we at TFMR were paying close attention at the time, we are in the unique position of reminding everyone what really happened.

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Gold Miners Share Price Performance: Australia vs. North America-Steve Todoruk (10/4/2018)

By Steve Todoruk 10 days ago 2013 Views No comments

"Historically, when gold rises steadily, or makes a significant jump upwards, the share prices of those companies rise in tandem."After the rapid rise to $1,250 from the low of $1,050 per ounce in late 2015, gold traded in a range between $1,200 to $1,300 for most of 2016 and 2017.

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Discussing COMEX Silver-Craig Hemke (06/04/2018)

By Craig Hemke 14 days ago 4209 Views No comments

With the open interest in COMEX silver blowing out to a new all-time high yesterday, we thought it best to discuss again what this indicates and what it doesn't .As of yesterday's COMEX close, the total open interest in COMEX silver is at an all-time high of 241,135 contracts.

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Currency Wars Erupt, We Have Reached the Point of No Return - Nathan McDonald (06/04/2018)

By Nathan McDonald 14 days ago 3005 Views No comments

It is happening, and it cannot be stopped.

The Currency Wars that have been discussed at length by many precious metals experts for years are here, and there is now no turning back.

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The Four Most Dangerous Words In Investing - Dave Kranzler (05/01/2018)

By Dave Kranzler 4 months ago 803 Views No comments

During this past week, the bullish sentiment of investors continued to soar. A record level of investor bullishness never ends well for the stock market. Speaking of which, there has been an interesting development in the Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence metrics.

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