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Dear CIGAs, BREXIT! I have to admit, I did not believe it would happen. Rather, I did not believe it would be “allowed” to happen. In retrospect I believe the elites will look back and wish they had “Diebold” doing the vote count. This vote has so many various ramifications, it is hard to wrap… Read more »

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Dear CIGAs, by Rory, The Daily Coin Bill Holter, JSMineset, stopped by to share his thoughts on the current state of the precious metals markets, pre-Brexit thoughts and the failing confidence in central banks the world over – specifically the Western central banks. There are two situations that are currently happening in the gold market… Read more »

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Dear CIGAs, BREXIT!  I have to admit, I did not believe it would happen.  Rather, I did not believe it would be “allowed” to happen.  In retrospect I believe the elites will look back and wish they had “Diebold” doing the vote count.  This vote has so many various ramifications, it is hard to wrap… Read more »

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Dear CIGAs, For more than three years we have watched the COMEX very closely. The initial clue to begin watching were the waterfall events where the amounts of paper gold and silver sold simply dwarfed what was being mined. I have said many times after the smackdowns, “first, no one has this much (gold or… Read more »

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Dear CIGAs, As you know, May COMEX gold which traditionally is a non-event was anything but this year. Last year, a total of 2,500 ounces stood for delivery, this year the number was 221,000 ounces. The amount standing on April 30 was 5.6 tons which steadily grew throughout the month to 6.89 tons. This “growth”… Read more »

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Dear CIGAs, Have you ever wondered “who” would be blamed this time around? To this point, we speak about the “Lehman moment” when we look back at 2008. Of course it was not Lehman’s fault as they were forced, sacrificed or purposely destroyed, however you’d like to describe it. The way I saw it, the… Read more »