Posts Categorized: General Editorial

JSMineset Premium Technical Support

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Dear CIGAs, For all technical support related inquiries regarding JSMineset Premium, please contact us at premium@jsmineset.com. We will do our best to respond within 48 hours. Please note this is for technical issues only – lost passwords, problems with access, payment inquiries etc. Emails sent to this address with general inquiries will not be answered…. Read more »

In The News Today

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Notes From Underground: The Answer to Brexit is 23 Skidoo Yra Harris In the early days of the 20th century there was a colloquialism: 23 Skidoo. Wikipedia’s definition: A slang American term popularized during the early parts of the last century. It generally refers to leaving quickly, being forced to leave quickly by someone else,… Read more »

Get Out While You Can?

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My Dear Friends, The entire financial world is a cartoon drawn by can kickers who are called experts. The thieves of our future should be rounded up and made permanent parties on “Naked and Afraid.” Clearly they are scared to death as to what is contained here. Their actions are so transparent they are naked…. Read more »

Litigation for Manipulation of Precious Metals

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Dear Readers, We are NOT proposing a Class Action suit for individuals at this time. The reasons are stated in our original JSM posting. We are litigating for harm to business entities only. For this new type of legal action we are not litigating on behalf of individuals. Please refer to the original posting to… Read more »

In The News Today

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Behold, we live in the BS world. The Inflation Targeting Scam And Why It Guarantees The Mother Of Financial Meltdowns May 19, 2016 The estimable Martin Feldstein put the wood to the Fed in a recent op ed and in so doing hit the nail directly on the head. He essentially called… Read more »