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June 22, 2017

In The News Today

Reclusive Millionaire Warns: “Get Out of Cash Now”June 19, 2017 Something strange is going on in the financial system. And according to The Wall Street Journal, it's causing some investors – including the biggest banks in the world – to move massive amounts of money out of the banking system. What exactly is going on... » The post In The News Today appeared first on Jim Sinclair's Mineset. ...read moreContinue Reading
June 22, 2017

Our Lawless Central Bank

By: Ryan McMakenThe economic arguments against central banks are numerous to say the least. Through the writings of Ludwig von Mises and Murray Rothbard we have a wide variety of critiques that explain the many ways the central banks distort economies, cause booms and busts, punish savers, and chose winners and losers through monetary policy. But, even if confronted with these arguments, and one remains supportive of central banks, other non-economic arguments must still be addressed.For example, it is becoming increasing important — in our current age of "non-traditional" monetary policy — to take note of the fact that central ...read moreContinue Reading
Gold futures realized a second day of gains Thursday while silver futures closed higher for the first time in six sessions. Gold for August delivery added $3.60, or 0.3%, to settle at $1,249.40 an... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] ...read moreContinue Reading
This article is part of a regular series of thought leadership pieces from some of the more influential ETF strategists in the money management industry. Today's article features Gary Stringer, president and chief investment officer of Memphis, Tennessee-based Stringer Asser Management. Political leaders in the world's two largest economies, the U.S. and China, are aggressively pushing agendas related to infrastructure spending, having recognized the need for significant infrastructure upgrades. ...read moreContinue Reading
MSCI's decision to add China A-shares to its emerging market index is big news. It will expand access to China's mainland stocks to a broader audience, and increase exposure to China in that index to nearly 40%. ...read moreContinue Reading
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Some of you may have already noticed that the ratio chart on top has formed a 15 month falling wedge which has broken out topside while gld on the bottom chart is finding resistance at the top rail of a possible triangle. The heavy black dashed trendlines shows the 2011 bull market in the ratio chart and the bear market in gld. The ratio chart on top is strongly suggesting that the bear market might not be over for gold if the breakout continues to hold. Again it's time for the PM bulls to step up to the plate ...read moreContinue Reading
June 22, 2017

A Turdless A2A

Pining emailed me the other day and suggested we get on the phone and chat about metals and preperation stuff for a while so that Turd can more thoroughly enjoy his vacation. Since we are both teachers, off for the summer, and with plenty of time to kill, it seemed like a good idea. Here is what happened... read more ...read moreContinue Reading
By: Jörg Guido HülsmannThe word “deflation” can be defined in various ways. According to the most widely accepted definition today, deflation is a sustained decrease of the price level. Older authors have often used the expression “deflation” to denote a decreasing money supply, and some contemporary authors use it to characterize a decrease of the inflation rate. All of these definitions are acceptable, depending on the purpose of the analysis. None of them, however, lends itself to justifying an artificial increase of the money supply.The harmful character of deflation is today one of the sacred dogmas of monetary policy. The ...read moreContinue Reading
June 22, 2017

A Rigged Game

My suggestion is still that McDonald privately order JPMorgan and a few other big silver shorts not to add new shorts ever again. This will break the perfect trading record and end the manipulation immediately. Will the agency and McDonald find the courage to do so? Time will tell, but the clock is ticking. Although he's only been in office for a bit over two months, there have already been two incredibly blatant price takedowns in silver (as I just described above) on McDonald's watch. The way to end a rigged game is to go after the riggers, not to ...read moreContinue Reading
June 22, 2017

Only Gold Lasts Forever

Some days it can feel a little rough being a gold investor. In today's article Dominic Frisby is certainly feeling that way. Sometimes it can be all too easy to get caught up in the day to day chat around prices. Some forget that the reasons why they invested are still strong, even if it feels like the price isn't. ...read moreContinue Reading
Gold and gold stocks are setting up a basing formation that will eventually resolve into a big move higher or lower. Sentiment in the gold market is bearish and the media is totally ignoring the gold market right now. Seasonally gold tends to make a major bottom around the end of June and the start of July. All that and more is discussed in the video below: ...read moreContinue Reading