Dr. Janda also talks with John Titus of “Best Evidence” and Benghazi family member of Sean Smith, Mike Ingmire.
A simply fantastic webinar with our old pal, Alasdair Macleod of GoldMoney. This baby checks in at slightly more than an hour but I can assure you that it will be worth every second of your time. – Craig Hemke
Fed Goons were then sent forth yesterday to craft a story that, once again, “rate hikes were likely” and the “September will be a live meeting”. This had the effect of propping up the dollar and weakening the yen.
SD METALS & MARKETS
With gold and silver prices smashed through significant levels after the London close this afternoon, Craig Hemke joined the show to analyze the brutal take-down:
- Smash timing suggests tightness in London physical market
- Price manipulation is like pornography – its hard to define, but you know it when you see it, and today was blatant
- Hemke: “these bastard banks are backed into a corner!” – are we witnessing the cartel’s last ditch attempt to stop an epic gold and silver bull market?
- LME, Goldman Sachs, and World Gold Council collaborate to launch “physical” un-allocated gold contracts
- Hemke explains the factor that has become the single biggest fundamental reason to own gold and silver bullion
Catch this week’s show for Hemke’s epic rant and spot-on analysis:
Over the past two weeks, ZeroHedge has chronicled another dramatic rise in the TED Spread. What does this mean and what might this portend for gold? Hmmm…those are excellent questions.
Even though gold “deliveries” on the Comex are nothing but a charade and shuffle of paper warehouse receipts and warrants, the latest trend is a real eye-opener and appears to be a rather interesting datapoint of extreme demand for gold in all its forms.
Eric Sprott discusses the recent price weakness in the precious metals and looks ahead to what might be a volatile week next.
“Eventually, there will be a crisis, a delivery failure that will rupture the confidence that gold is there, that you can get it whenever you want. Everybody will come at once, and the system will just go poof. COMEX trading will probably just halt. They will cash settle out the contracts, and they will say so much for that. . . . Once this system is finally broken, the price isn’t going to be $1,300 an ounce.” – Craig Hemke
TND Podcast Spotlight: TF Metals Report “A2A”
Our pal, Ned Naylor-Leyland has been a supporter of TFMR since its beginning. What a pleasure it was to have him return again today to field subscriber questions in our weekly webinar format.
Among the topics addressed by Ned over the course of this call:
- The year thus far and his strategy going forward
- Brexit and the recent events in Great Britain
- Whether gold and silver are “sound money” or simply commodities
- How negative rates are driving global physical gold demand
- And much, much more!
TND Podcast Spotlight: Sprott Market Wrap
On this Weekly Wrap-Up, hear Eric Sprott discuss today’s U.S. employment report as well as the recent strong performance of both gold and silver.
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