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

By Craig Hemke 2 days ago 5901 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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Roaring Back, Cryptos Burst Onto the Scene… But for How Long?- Nathan McDonald (13/04/2018)

By Nathan McDonald 6 days ago 688 Views No comments

Cryptos are now beginning to move higher—and in a significant way. This is largely due to the easing of pressure as the tax season within the United States comes to a close. Those who sold for accounting purposes are now taking renewed positions.


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A Lesson In Suppression- Craig Hemke (12/04/2018)

By Craig Hemke 7 days ago 657 Views No comments

If Comex digital metal prices were back down today solely upon easing war fears, I think we'd all be relieved and fine with it. But when you realize that yesterday's "market" action was simply just the latest act of The Criminal Banks, you might feel otherwise.

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Preparing for War-Jeff Thomas - (12/04/2018)

By Jeff Thomas 7 days ago 1561 Views No comments

Recently, the US Government announced the replacement of its National Security Advisor. The existing military man – a combat veteran Lieutenant General, was replaced by someone who was, amazing though it may seem, more hawkish.

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

By Peter Diekmeyer 8 days ago 1091 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 9 days ago 3854 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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Discussing COMEX Silver-Craig Hemke (06/04/2018)

By Craig Hemke 13 days ago 1856 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 13 days ago 2912 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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As Volatility Spikes, Here’s What Could Be Ahead for Gold and Silver- Jeff Clark (05/04/2018)

By Jeff Clark 14 days ago 699 Views No comments

The shift from low to high volatility in the markets is on. And almost by default, that’ll include gold and silver, since they’re inversely correlated to stock markets most of the time. We’ve already seen this at work. The S&P 500 fell 2.2% on April 2, and in response, gold rose 1.2% and silver 1.6%..

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The Gold Price Driver- Craig Hemke (03/04/2018)

By Craig Hemke 16 days ago 2312 Views No comments

There continue to be all sorts of purported analysts out there who insist that the price of gold is determined through physical supply and demand. These folks cling to the arcane notion that somehow fundamental factors are the key determinant of the daily price.

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