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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Look when the record was set. Sign of things to come? Palm Springs breaks heat record, hitting 121 degrees Los Angeles Times | June 20, 2016 | 2:03 PM Every so often someone walks into the Palm Springs Visitors Center raring to burn through hiking trails like they’re British adventurer and TV personality… Read more »

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Dear Friends, I would say that Switzerland just threw a huge long term Spanner into the Werks. Right now currency baskets means a lot to the elite and a very little to the serfs (citizens). Switzerland withdraws longstanding application to join EU Published time: 16 Jun, 2016 06:54Edited time: 16 Jun, 2016 06:55 The upper… Read more »

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Larry/Bill, Because Texas teachers wish to be the last teachers standing, are they thereby perpetuating the ability to open carry in class? Jim Why Does the Texas Teachers Retirement Fund Own Gold? Whenever the topic of gold comes up it always seems like to me that there is way too much emotion about it. Mainstream… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary John Williams shares his latest with us. – Deepening Recession – Second-Quarter 2016 Industrial Production Continued to Sink, Quarter-to-Quarter and Year-to-Year- Outside of Recession, a Third Consecutive Quarter of Annual Contraction Is Unprecedented in the 97-Year History of the Production Series – Never Recovering Its Pre-Recession High, the Manufacturing Sector Was Down… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary John Williams shares the following with us. – Statistically-Insignificant, and Due Largely to Rising Inflation, May Nominal Retail Sales Gained 0.45% – Inflation-Adjusted Real Retail Sales Likely Will Be Flat for the Month, with Real Annual Sales Growth Still Generating an Intense Recession Signal “No. 812: May 2016 Nominal Retail Sales ”… Read more »

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China’s yuan trade system to open branches in London, New YorkSun Jun 12, 2016 11:23am EDT China’s state-owned currency marketplace said on Sunday it was preparing to open branches in London and New York as part of efforts to promote the yuan’s global status. The China Foreign Exchange Trade System (CFETS), a subsidiary of China’s… Read more »

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  Bill Holter’s Commentary Good thing the cowboy was a “heeler” rather than a “header”! His horse deserves a carrot don’t you think? Rancher on horseback lassoes would-be bike bandit in Walmart parking lot Robert Borba mounted his horse and chased down the thief, according to police who responded to the 911 call about the… Read more »

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Jim/Bill, There is much talk of gold decoupling from the US Dollar. The article below states how negative interest rates worldwide are contributing to a flight to US Treasuries, and hence the US Dollar, providing it support. Yet Gold appears to ignore the Dollar strength. I firmly believe that a secular change in thinking has… Read more »