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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Good news? Good at the start, but awful at the end. Oil prices plunge after Opec meeting 27 November 2014 Last updated at 12:19 ET The price of oil slumped after the Opec oil producers’ cartel decided not to cut output at its meeting in Vienna. Opec’s secretary general Abdallah Salem el-Badri… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Mr. Williams shares the following with us. – No Economic Boom in Durable Goods Orders or Housing Activity  – Real Durable Orders Goods Set Early Pace of Flat-to-Down Activity for Fourth-Quarter 2014  – New-Home Sales Revised Lower in Third-Quarter; October Broad Sales Activity Remained Stagnant  – Consumer Confidence and Sentiment Remain at… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Mr. Williams shares the following with us. – Gross Domestic Product Upside Revision Was Nonsense  – Initial Gross Domestic Income Reporting Suggested Major Revision Shenanigans that Boosted Headline GDP  – Underlying Reality Remains Down-Trending Stagnation in Broad Economic Activity "No. 677: Third-Quarter 2014 GDP, First Revision"  Web-page: http://www.shadowstats.com   Jim Sinclair’s Commentary… Read more »

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Jim, Does anybody out there, ANYBODY, believe in the numbers coming from the government? If they do, then PT Barnum was correct. "There’s a sucker born every minute." Declining imports do not correlate with increased consumption. For that matter, retail sales of late do not appear to correlate with increased consumption either. In fact, look… Read more »

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Jim, For me, this is more exciting that watching the snow in Buffalo.    Time to make some popcorn. Must listen the end of Day Two Video.   HR:   2:49:00 to the end.  It deals with precious metals and copper as a precious metal.     Levin says, "Go get um"! Levin questions Tarullo about why Copper was made… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Now you have to recognize they want to be everywhere. China’s ICBC to set up offshore yuan center in Los Angeles Sat, Nov 22 03:37 AM EST By Dominique Patton BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s Industrial and Commercial Bank (ICBC) signed a pact with the Los Angeles city government to promote cross-border yuan… Read more »

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Jim, Doesn’t that beat all. The Fed has determined that are risks inherent with manipulation and control of the commodities markets. I am sure that is for the citizens consumption and not intended to actually be made to be corrected. The only thing the banksters know and understand is manipulation and control. CIGA Larry Fed… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary John Williams shares the following with us. – October Annual Inflation: 1.7% (CPI-U), 1.5% (CPI-W), 9.4% (ShadowStats)  – Inflation Held at 1.7% for Third Month, Despite Tumbling Oil Prices That Reduced CPI-U by 0.5%  – Annual Real Retail Sales Growth Fell Back to Recession Level, Amidst Suggestions of Much-Slower Fourth-Quarter Activity  -… Read more »