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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Mr. Williams shares the following with us. – Scheduled for Second-Quarter 2015, Meaningful Benchmark Revisions to Industrial Production Could Be Unusually Large and to the Downside  – November Industrial Production Jump Encompassed Utilities Surge, Widespread Manufacturing Gains, and Declining Oil and Gas Production  – Utilities Output Spiked by Unseasonably-Cold Weather  – Seasonal… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Mr. Dude, the ultimate gentleman, takes his Sunday rest.   Sales Of Silver American Eagles Rise To Record High For Second Consecutive Year Submitted by Tyler Durden on 12/14/2014 14:38 -0500 One month ago, shortly after we reported that "Silver Coin Sales At US Mint Soar To Highest In Two Years" we… Read more »

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Jim, It’s all up to the Senate next week. Allow derivative gambling again with depositor funds while at the same time cutting pensions. Think about that a minute. The result of this financial mess that put pensions in trouble was caused by excessive leverage in derivatives. Now Main Street is really going to feel it… Read more »

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Dear CIGAs, We are looking for your feedback on where to hold our next Q&A Session. We are currently looking at holding a session in Philadelphia the weekend of January 24th: We are also looking into holding a session in Chicago in February, and Atlanta in March If you are interested in attending any of… Read more »

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  Jim Sinclair’s Commentary The derivative time bomb was placed in the bill by Republicans. It will make 2008 look like a side show if passed! House passes full omnibus budget bill despite Democrat revolt – as it happened Tom McCarthy and Alan Yuhas in New York Thursday 11 December 2014 22.10 EST House Speaker… Read more »

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  Austria Considers Repatriating Its Gold Submitted by Tyler Durden on 12/12/2014 13:11 -0500 And just like that, the list of countries who want to repatriate their gold just increased by one more, because after Venezuela, Germany, the Netherlands, sorry Switzerland, and rumors of Belgium, we now can add Austria to those nations for whom… Read more »

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Jim, Just noticed this morning’s release of Export Prices. Down 1.2% after being down 0.8% in the prior month. This trend is unhealthy for industry and the world. Companies, it appears, are being forced to lower their prices overseas in order to remain competitive, while at the same time, exporting inflation throughout the world. Chalk… Read more »