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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Not the time for Russian sanctions. Germany’s SA Retail Sales Plunge 3.2% M/M In September FRANKFURT (MNI) – Germany real seasonally adjusted retail sales plunged 3.2% m/m in September marking the sharpest decline since May 2007, data released by the German statistics office showed Friday. The stats office revised down real retail… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary John Williams shares the following with us. – GDP up by 3.5% (+/- 3.5% Range of Reporting-Confidence), Boosted by Guessed-At Trade Numbers and Resurgent Defense Spending  – Significant Downside Revisions Loom for Third-Quarter Growth  – End of Declining Velocity of Money Disappointing October Jobs Growth? "No. 670: Third-Quarter 2014 GDP, Money Velocity… Read more »

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Jim, Strap on your seat belts: The Federal Reserve ended its controversial quantitative-easing (QE) program at its meeting today. It also plans to keep interest rates at record lows for a “considerable time,” and that environment will continue to support gold prices. However, today’s biggest news came not from Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen but one… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary John Williams shares his latest with us. – Broad Weakness in September Durable Goods Orders – New-Home Sales Remained Stagnant, Despite Nonsensical Reporting Volatility – Expanding Scope of Data-Falsification Issues at the Census Bureau? "No. 669: September Durable Goods Orders, New-Home Sales " Web-page: http://www.shadowstats.com   This Has Never Happened Before Without… Read more »

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Jim, Richard suggests that the better part of being right when you invest requires holdings in gold and silver at this juncture of the economy. That does not mean that the Fed can’t squeeze the stock market higher. It certainly can and probably will. But for a good sense of peace of mind safety with… Read more »

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  Ebola: nurse placed in ‘inappropriate’ quarantine released from hospital Kaci Hickox had threatened to sue over detention New Jersey and New York scale back quarantine plans Jon Swaine in New York and Dan Roberts in Washington theguardian.com, Monday 27 October 2014 11.07 EDT A nurse detained after returning to the US from treating Ebola… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Remember when Tuna was the size of Ditti? NYC Ebola Patient’s Condition Worsens As Fiancee Returns Home Tyler Durden on 10/25/2014 18:40 -0400 New York City health officials have released Morgan Dixon, the 30-year-old fiancée of recently diagnosed Ebola patient Dr. Craig Spencer, to her West 147th Street Manhattan apartment where, as… Read more »

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  New York, New Jersey Set Up Mandatory Quarantine Requirement Amid Ebola Threat Christie: New Policy Has Already Been Used At Newark Liberty International Airport October 24, 2014 5:00 PM NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — In the wake of the first confirmed Ebola virus case in New York City, the states of New York and New… Read more »