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Mac Slavo - ShtfPlan
Mining CEO Warns Of Massive Deficits: “We’re At Critical Levels… Less Than 10 Days Of Supply”
With much of the investment world focused on crypto currencies and blockchain, it’s no surprise that the fundamental building blocks of the physical world have been ignored for so long. The focus in recent years has been on mining digital assets, but in the real world mining companies that specialize in essential metals like silver and zinc have been warning of massive deficits that, as SGT Report notes in a recent interview with Callinex Mines CEO Max Porterfield, could easily lead to supply sh
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Jesse - Le Cafe Américain
Comex Options Expiration on Thursday, 25 January
"As you simplify your life, the laws of the universe will be simpler; solitude will not be solitude, poverty will not be poverty, nor weakness weakness." Henry David Thoreau One might observe that Senator Chuck Schumer caved in rather easily to McConnell and the White House, who are not particularly adept. And they may be right.  One cannot take a stand against hard opposition unless they have the anchor of strong first principles on which to gain a foothold. And seeing their victory, stoc
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Chris Vermeulen - GoldandOilGuy
Index Trend Trade Setups for the SP500 NASDAQ
Over the past few weeks, we have been writing about our US major price predictions for the beginning of 2018 and how they have played out.  If you have been following our analysis, you have already learned that we predicted a 3~5% price increase in early January 2018 for most of the US major equity indexes as well as a period of brief stagnation near the middle of February.  Today, we are going to revisit these predictions to attempt to provide you with our updated price expectations. As you rea
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Andy Hoffman - Miles Franklin
Is The Federal Reserve Really Thinking About Negative Interest Rates?!
At the same time the Federal Reserve claims it’s going to raise interest rates and normalize its balance sheet, it’s also publishing an essay advocating negative interest rates. It’s almost so incredible that were it not published on the Fed’s own St. Louis branch website, it might be hard to believe it’s true. But apparently St. Louis Federal Reserve economist Yi Wen disagrees with the projected Fed mantra that it’s time to raise interest rates. Because he actually just wrote an essay explainin
Monday, January 22, 2018
Bullion Vault
Gold Price Steady as US Government Shutdown Hits Dollar, Platinum Bulls Jump
GOLD PRICES held steady as the Dollar remained weak Monday morning amid the US government shutdown, writes Steffen Grosshauser at BullionVault – the first since October 2013. After recording the 6th weekly gain in succession at the London PM benchmarking, wholesale gold bullion prices traded in a $6 range around Friday's close at $1331 per ounce. Gold for Euro and other
Monday, January 22, 2018
James Howard Kunstler
Blow Back 
Is there any doubt that the Democratic Party will be blamed for the government shutdown brought on by the DACA showdown? They insisted on a DACA deal that would have enabled everybody-and-his-uncle in a DACA person’s family to migrate to this country, a formula known as chain migration. Did they really believe that would go over? Or is it just more identity politics posturing? I’m not the first observer to point out that it looks like the Democratic Party puts the interests of non-citizens above
Monday, January 22, 2018
Przemyslaw Radomski CFA - SunshineProfits
Two Factors for Gold That You Don’t Want to Miss
Even though mining stocks closed last week below the Jan. 2 close and silver even declined below the Dec 31, 2017 close, gold moved higher. It’s not far from this year’s top either. So, is all well and are bullish gold price forecasts justified? Not necessarily. In today’s article, we show you two reasons why it’s a good idea to think twice before opening long positions in gold. Some time ago we discussed the apex technique for the HUI Index and it worked perfectly, triggering a reversal right a
Monday, January 22, 2018
Jordan Roy Byrne - The Daily Gold
  Why You Must Own Silver in 2018
While Gold is very close to a major breakout (in price) its strength has not filtered down to Silver yet. Gold is 3% away from a major breakout and comfortably above its long-term moving averages. However, Silver is well below its 2016 high and is currently battling its 200-day moving average. But that is okay. Silver typically lags and underperforms Gold until Gold gains momentum or breaks key resistance. A major breakout in Gold this year and its effect on Silver is just one reason why Silver
Monday, January 22, 2018
Keith Weiner - Monetary Metals
Shut Down Shoddy Debt
We have been discussing the consumption of capital. We again must say: “We see people eating more of the seed corn.” Right now as we write this on Saturday afternoon, the US government has “shut down”, due to a political impasse on the legislation to fund its continuing operations. Government funding is a mix of taxing and borrowing. Government borrowing provides a segue into another mechanism of capital consumption. Legitimate credit requires that the lender both know and approve. Do holders of
Monday, January 22, 2018
Mark O'Byrne - gold.ie
Global Pension Ponzi – Carillion Collapse One Of Many To Come
Pension Crisis And Deficit of £2.6B At Carillion To Impact UK Pensions – Carillion collapses leaving a £900 million debt pile and 30,000 pensions at risk– Carillion PLC share price has collapsed 94% in last twelve months– Private analysis of Carillion’s pension deficit reveals it to be as high as £2.6 billion– Figure adds to the UK’s ongoing pension crisis, both private and state are severely underfunded– UK’s Private Pension Fund already has a levy of £550 million for next twelve months– UK sta
Monday, January 22, 2018
Mish - Global Economic Analysis
The Verge of "Overheating" Labor Market in Pictures
Economist Mark Zandi fears the tight jobs market may "overheat". In the Beige Book, the word "tight" came up 31 times. Ahead of the last jobs report, Mark Zandi, chief economist of Moody’s Analytics, offered this amusing comment as noted by ADP: “The job market ended the year strongly. Robust Christmas sales prompted retailers and delivery services to add to their payrolls. The tight labor market will get even tighter, raising the specter that it will overheat.” For further discussion, please
Monday, January 22, 2018
George F. Smith - Barbarous Relic
Digital School Days 
The biggest trend I see for the future is the meltdown of governments at all levels combined with a decentralizing, individual-empowering exponential growth in technology.States, in other words, will self-destruct while people get smarter, stronger, healthier, and freer — they will get a lot smarter, a lot stronger, a lot healthier and from this, freedom from the state will be a natural evolution. There will be efforts to resurrect states but the attempts will fail.   Too many people will rec
Sunday, January 21, 2018
Gary Savage - Smart Money Tracker
TRICKY METALS MARKETS
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Sunday, January 21, 2018
Nathan Lewis - New World Economics
How Much Should Homes Cost (To Rent)?
Previously, we looked into how much homes should cost. Basically, we concluded that the cost of homes should be a function of construction costs, which are basically stable, profit and some other non-construction costs such as corporate overhead, and land costs. Since there is no particular shortage of land in any U.S. city today, there is no particular reason for very high land costs; and thus, no particular reason why homes should cost very much more than construction costs. October 22, 2017:
Sunday, January 21, 2018
Frank Shostak
Mises Explains the Difference Between Circulation Credit and Commodity Credit
In the slump of a cycle, businesses that were thriving come to experience difficulties or go under. These errors aren't specific to any one firm. They occur in tandem with whole sectors of the economy. People who were wealthy yesterday have become poor today. Factories that were busy yesterday are shut down today, and workers are out of jobs.Businessmen themselves are confused as to why. They cannot make sense of why certain business practices that were profitable yesterday are losing money toda
Sunday, January 21, 2018
Mac Slavo - ShtfPlan
Hell On Earth: Major City Will RUN OUT Of Water In Less Than 95 Days
If you’ve ever needed a reason to store extra food and water, this just might be it.  Cape Town, South Africa is on schedule to run out of water in less than 95 days, and when they do, the government will turn off the taps. “There are only 95 days left before we reach Day Zero,” the City of Cape Town announced on January 15 in a statement. “Day Zero has moved a day closer this week to April 21, 2018. Day Zero is when the City will be forced to turn off most of the taps.” The coastal South Africa
Sunday, January 21, 2018
Mish - Global Economic Analysis
Peeking Inside an Actual Bitcoin Mine: Care to Buy a Mining Operation?
What's a bitcoin mine look like? Let's take a look inside a Washington State mine. Here are some image clips from a video article about an actual bitcoin mining operation. ​ ​ Mine Details The mine is in Wenatchee, Washington has 1,800 servers running every day with very little downtime. The mine is run by Malachi Salcido, president and CEO of The Salcido Connection. The mine produces five-to-seven bitcoins every day. Salcido wants to expand his operation to get up to 50 bitcoin per day. T
Sunday, January 21, 2018
Mac Slavo - ShtfPlan
Your Prepper Stockpile: How To Add More Fruits And Veggies To Your Inventory
Building a usable supply of fruits and vegetable is difficult for some preppers. Many of us struggle with this aspect of prepping, but there are a few simple steps you can take if you’re looking to add fruit or vegetables to your prepper stockpile. It is difficult in a SHTF situation to get the fruit and vegetables the human body needs, but without them, you and your family can be at risk for a nutritional deficiency disease such as scurvy (which results from a lack of vitamin C) and immune syst
Sunday, January 21, 2018
Chris Powell - GATA
Hackers have stolen about 14 of digital currencies
Digital currencies and the software developed to track them have become attractive targets for cybercriminals while creating a lucrative new market for computer-security firms. In less than a decade hackers have stolen $1.2 billion worth of Bitcoin and rival currency Ether, according to Lex Sokolin, global director of fintech strategy at Autonomous Research LLP. Given the currencies’ explosive surge at the end of 2017, the cost in today's money is much higher. "It looks like crypto hacking is a
Saturday, January 20, 2018
Egon von Greyerz - Matterhorn AM
GOLD WILL SURGE AS THE WORLD HITS A ROCK OR A HARD PLACE
The world is now between Scylla and Charybdis or between two evils. Thus, there is no solution or positive outcome of the the present state of the world economy. Scylla is the rock or the six headed monster whilst Charybdis is a whirlpool or a black hole (a hard place). BETWEEN SCYLLA (a rock) and CHARYBDIS (a hard place) Since 2006-9, governments and central banks believe that they have got through the strait of Messina passing through Scylla and Charybdis but sadly they are mistaken. The world
Saturday, January 20, 2018
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