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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Yra comments on the mix-up scene. Notes From Underground: Looking for Headwinds In All the Wrong PlacesAugust 18, 2016 It’s tough to enjoy the final days of summer when the FED can’t just relax their wind pipes. The continued contradictions emanating from those who sit in the same meetings is jeopardizing the… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary The latest from John Williams’ www.shadowstats.com – Industrial Production Represents 65% of GDP- Production Recovery from the 2007 Recession Lasted All of One Month- Against Pre-2007 Recession Highs, Production and Manufacturing Were Down Respectively in July 2016 by 0.77% (-0.77%) and 5.80% (-5.80%)- Still Never Seen Outside of Formal Recessions in the… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary There goes that asset for the election. Obamacare in Crisis: Aetna Drops Coverage in 536 of 778 Counties in Which It OperatedAugust 16, 2016 Aetna Chairman and CEO Mark T. Bertolini made the following statement with regard to the company’s 2017 participation in the Affordable Care Act individual public exchanges: Following a… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Add this billionaire to the list of “gold bugs”! Billionaire Crispin Odey, Who’s Had A Pretty Terrible Year, Is Betting Everything On GoldAugust 13, 2016 It has been a violently turbulent year for bearish British billionaire (actually, as of April, he is no longer a member of the three comma club), Crispin… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary I am screwed, you are screwed, we all are screwed and no one seems to care at all. Funny Money Accounting—-Why Social Security Will Be Bankrupt In 10 Years August 12, 2016 …Here follows a deconstruction of Rosy Scenario. It underscores why the nation’s entitlement based consumption spending will hit the shoals… Read more »