Articles related to Jon Corzine
Andy Hoffman - Miles Franklin
Reserve Currency Issuer Plus Global Pariah = Historic Monetary Reset
The gold Cartel will eventually collapse – just like all Cartels before it, like the London Gold Pool in 1968, before gold surged from $35/oz to nearly $900/oz a decade later.  However, in the meantime, we must continue to fight a monetary battle to the death – which mathematically, must be won by sound money; as, per the immortal theme of Gresham’s Law, good money always chases out bad.  Not to mention, Economics 101; as, per last week’s “Precious Metals’ ultimate downside protection,” the mini
Monday, July 3, 2017
Eric Dubin - Investor Intelligentsia
Impeach Trump Talk Rattles Markets; Comey Gets a Golden Parachute – Welcome to Dystopia
Will the ‘Deep State’ war on Trump end up creating a confidence crisis that takes down the stock market?  Jason Burack and Eric Dubin assess the upcoming ‘dog days of summer.’  It’s getting pretty hot in Washington, D.C. TND Podcast Exclusive:  Welcome to Dystopia #35 Jason and Eric start the show discussing gold and silver prices as well as the price spikes in Bitcoin, Ethereum and alt coins. Eric talks about evidence of supply problems in silver appearing now. For the first time in 14 years
Friday, May 19, 2017
The Gold Report
Rise Buys $40 Million Mine for $2 Million
The purchase of the Idaho Maryland Gold Mine in northern California by Rise Resources caught the attention of 321 Gold's Bob Moriarty. Up until 2013 the primary resource of Emgold Mining Corp. (EMR:TSX.V) was the Idaho Maryland Gold Mine in northern California near Grass Valley. Emgold had a $40 million market cap in 2008 based on the mine with its historic 1.32 million ounce resource at 11.3 g/t gold. Emgold management stumbled. The shares dropped from
Wednesday, January 25, 2017
James Howard Kunstler
Exit, Hope and Change
Yes, that was a gag. By now, anyone in this country still of sound mind knows that Barack Obama presided through eight years of remarkable continuity — of changeless conditions that left a great many hopeless. As the days of his tenure dwindle, what do we make of the departing 44th president? He played the role with cool-headed decorum, but that raises the question: was he just playing a role? From the get-go, he made himself hostage to some of t
Tuesday, December 27, 2016
Jesse - Le Cafe Américain
Gold Daily and Silver Weekly Charts - Shenanigans for Option Expiration, Silver Cup and Handle
"Let us take things as we find them: let us not attempt to distort them into what they are not.  True philosophy deals with facts.  We cannot make facts.  All our wishing cannot change them.  We must use them... Let us attempt to understand it.  Let us not disguise it, or explain it away.  It may have difficulties; if so, let us own them.  Let us fairly meet them: if we can, let us overcome them." John Henry Newman On the bright side, option expiration antics aside, silver has set a proper ha
Friday, March 18, 2016
Bill Holter - Miles Franklin
“Un” Comfortably Numb
This past week had many events which in days (long) gone by would have been shocking.  By today’s standards almost nothing is shocking anymore.  It is as if in the words of Pink Floyd, we are now “comfortably numb.” On the international scene, “we” (the U.S. and several Arab states) finally got their wish and bombed Syria.  In fact, the first night of bombings consisted of “tonnage” equal to ALL of the bombings in Iraq for the last 30 days …I guess there was an urge to make up for lost time?  Th
Monday, September 29, 2014
Bill Holter - Miles Franklin
Chinese Checkmate
I had planned to write a piece entitled “Gold and Silver Can Never Go Up” but will defer that until tomorrow.  Don’t worry, it’s not what you are thinking I assure you.  Instead, I will expand on my “Kill Switch” theory a bit and for a lack of better term call it “checkmate!” Before getting into this I want you to understand the relationship between the U.S. and China… from China’s point of view.  They view us as an adversary, they always have and always will.  Sure they will smile and do busine
Monday, September 22, 2014
Mark O'Byrne -
Interview: Bail-ins May Cause Bank Runs and Capital Controls In Western World - Russia, China Opt Ou 
Today’s AM fix was USD 1,300.25, EUR 948.33 and GBP 775.20 per ounce. Yesterday’s AM fix was USD 1,292.75, EUR 939.91 and GBP 766.67 per ounce. Gold fell $3.40 or 0.26% yesterday to $1,293.30/oz. Silver slipped $0.02 or 0.1% to $19.53/oz. The historic 120-year old daily silver fixing process will cease as of 14th August this year, the London Silver Market Fixing Limited company announced today. The company that administers the daily silver fix currently consists of three member banks, Deutsche
Thursday, May 15, 2014
James Howard Kunstler
  The Smog of Fraud 
Team Obama pulled a cute one last week nominating Blythe Masters, JP Morgan’s commodity chief, to an advisory committee of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) which supposedly regulates activities on the paper trades in corn, pork bellies, cocoa, coffee, wheat, corn — oh, and gold, too, by the way, in which JP Morgan has been suspected of massive gold (and silver) market manipulations and other misconduct lately. That would include the 2011 MF Global Fiasco in which nearly a billion
Tuesday, February 11, 2014
James West - Midas Letter
Gold and Silver Prices Poised to Rise Dramatically 
It’s been two and a half years since the bank-coordinated reversal of the bull market in gold and silver began on September 7, 2011, the day after gold touched an intraday high of $ 1923.70 . Since then, there have been repeated coordinated operations that have seen gold taken down to the $1,100 level. But now, the gold price is insistently yearning upward through its technically significant $1,260 level, despite a mis-regulated futures market that annually supplies imaginary gold on a virtually
Saturday, February 8, 2014
Andy Sutton
2013: A Watershed Year
My Two CentsBy Andy SuttonIf you weren’t paying close attention, 2013 might have gone down as a quasi-normal year. After all, the Dow Jones ‘Industrials’ (sic) hit 50 some new record highs, mostly in the latter half of the year. The NASDAQ went above 4,000 again (can anyone say 1999?), and the world didn’t end as many had predicted. That’s the surface view. Well, as a good friend of mine says, we’re a mile wide and an inch deep, and in that world, a few positive headlines are good enough to paci
Sunday, January 5, 2014
Jesse - Le Cafe Américain
SP 500 and NDX Futures Daily Charts - May the Odds Be Ever In Your Favour
The spokesmodels of Bloomberg TV were wondering why Jon Corzine is being annoyed by the little people with these lawsuits. After all, didn't everyone get paid back? Why are people so 'litigious' these days asks the pampered princess. They just must be bitter for some reason. Yes, opines the visiting village idiot, people sold at the bottom during the financial crisis, and now they are just envious and angry, and taking their bitterness out on poor Jon Corzine. You cannot make this stuff up.
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
James West - Midas Letter
Absence of Criminal Referrals post-Financial Crisis Suggests Collusion Among Regulators
I’m sure I’m not the only one is flabberghasted by the complete absence of criminal proceedings against major financial institutions guilty of myriad crimes resulting in the financial crisis. From the Office of Thrift Supervision, who is responsible for the regulation of entities such as Washington Mutual, IndyMac and Countrywide, to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency – the regulators responsible for JP Morgan, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, et al – there have been zero criminal referr
Friday, September 20, 2013
Jesse - Le Café Américain
  William Kaye: The German Gold Is Gone 
Inspector Gregory: "Is there any other point to which you would wish to draw my attention?" Sherlock Holmes: "To the curious incident of the dog in the night-time." Inspector Gregory: "The dog did nothing in the night-time." Sherlock Holmes: "That was the curious incident." Arthur Conan Doyle, Silver Blaze There is some speculation in this interview excerpted below, but I think it raises important issues that need to be addressed more fully and frankly to eliminate the need for speculation. T
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Theodore Butler - Butler Research
The New Law of Supply and Demand
This was excerpted from the Weekly Review of June 29, 2013 -The cornerstone of the free market system is the law of supply and demand. This is the premise that governs how the prices of resources are determined in any free market economy as opposed to prices being set by government edict or monopoly control. It is the mechanism by which resources are produced and consumed in the freest and most efficient manner. Here’s a great definition of this law from the Free Dictionary – “the theory that pr
Friday, July 5, 2013
Michael J. Kosares - USA Gold
Special Report - Saving Gold
USAGOLD Menu BAR Home How to Buy Gold Live Gold Price Daily Market Report Gold IRA Charts Stats Essays Trading & Storage About Us-Contact Gold Coin Prices Gold Primer Q&A Breaking Gold News Mobile Gold Price Gold Coin Catalog High Net Worth Video Round Tables Search MAIN NAVIGATION END SPECIAL REPORT December, 2011 ?by Michael J. K
Monday, April 15, 2013
Nick Barisheff - Bullion Management Services
Outlook 2013 - The Irreversible Trends Driving Gold to $10,000
The long-term "irreversible" trends I've discussed in detail in my upcoming book, $10,000 Gold, continue to develop. Many of the trends, such as debt creation and the movement away from the U.S. dollar, are accelerating and their consequences are appearing globally. Today we will interpret how these developments will likely affect the price of gold over the coming year and beyond. Perhaps the most prevalent indication that something is amiss with the world's economy is a sense of malai
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Andy Sutton
The End of QE Hype or Tripe 
I am going to say right up front that there is going to be quite a bit of sarcasm in this essay. I say this simply because of the ludicrous nature of our marionette-esque talking heads in the mainstream financial press in this country. They are truly amazing, taking molehills and making mountains out of them and vice versa. In one segment telling us that there in fact will be no criminal charges against anyone involved in the HSBC drug/terrorism money laundering scandal ? if they tal
Saturday, February 23, 2013
Larry Laborde - The Silver Trading Co
Where Am I Supposed To Store All This Gold and Silver 
As a metals broker I am always asked about storage. I have rather strong feelings about this topic and I always advise people the following: 1.Always store outside of the financial system. This means no ETF’s (Even though they are easy you should exercise caution & read the prospectus and zoom in on the custody section – if you can stay awake long enough to read it).
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
James Howard Kunstler
  Commitments and Obligations 
Conservatives have a legitimate gripe about America's excessive "commitments and obligations" to "unfunded liabilities" but their focus on Medicare and social security misses the larger point: our disastrous commitment to the current national lifestyle, in particular suburban sprawl and everything it entails.     This point came across vividly in a video recently released by the usually level-headed David McAlvaney titled "The Fuse Is Lit Part 3 - an American Reckoning." In it, the smooth and ar
Monday, January 21, 2013