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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary The call in opinion index of course released bullish today. It must be election time or maybe just Friday. U.S. Consumer Spending Little Changed as Income Gains CoolSeptember 30, 2016 onsumer spending was little changed in August as income growth cooled, pointing to a softening in consumption after a run of strong… Read more »

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Dear CIGAs, We are sorry to announce the Tampa Q&A Session has been cancelled until further notice. Due to unexpected scheduling conflicts with corporate duties in Tanzania, Jim will not be able to attend. Refunds have been issued. If you have any questions or concerns, or did not receive your refund, please email Anna at… Read more »

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Jim, Some people take the easy way out, without thinking. They take their hard earned savings, buy “special of the day”, the FANG stocks… Facebook, Apple/Amazon, Netflix, and Google, and then run off to play. After all, the talking heads on TV wouldn’t steer us wrong, would they? However, there are still some of us… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary The latest from John Williams’ www.ShadowStats.com. Financial Markets Are Starting to Take Note of Faltering U.S. Economic Activity and Perceived Fed Impotence – Average Weekly Earnings Fell in September for “All Employees,” Both Before and After Adjustment for Inflation – Monthly Real Retail Sales Rose by 0.26% in September, with Annual Growth… Read more »

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Jim, My Take? A potential “Black Swan” in disguise. Another “between a rock and a hard place” scenario. With VIX soaring into bullish territory, and SKEW screaming disaster, something is askew. Perhaps manipulation. One day, the VIX will go belly up as it will not be able to fulfill its purpose and the hopes for… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary The financial firm or their clients? The Oil Industry’s $26 Billion Life RaftThu, Apr 9, 2015, 2:36 PM EDT For U.S. shale drillers, the crash in oil prices came with a $26 billion safety net. That’s how much they stand to get paid on insurance they bought to protect themselves against a… Read more »