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Please note, this article was posted for subscribers Monday morning after suggesting “negative oil” on Saturday’s weekly call. I made the comment on Saturday’s call, “we had negative interest rates, now we wait for negative oil prices”. I received a few questions because the negative price of anything makes no sense right? Well actually it… Read more »

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The team discusses May oil closing at NEGATIVE $37.56 per barrel.  Many consequences and ripple effects discussed.  The world has changed, oil action today should have opened your eyes to the fact that anything can happen no matter how unexpected it may “have” seemed.

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Bill Holter’s Commentary Economics in 5 minutes from Erik…sort of. Bill Holter’s Commentary “This is a perfect environment for gold to take center stage,” the letter said, as spot gold traded at about $1,741 an ounce. Fair value for the metal, the fund believes “is literally multiples of its current price.” Paul Singer Exclusive: Hedge… Read more »

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Bill Holter’s Commentary While we definitely disagree with Martin Armstrong regarding gold and a few other financial conclusions, the following is quite good. In fact, this quote may be his best ever? “I hope we do not go gradually into that darkness of tyranny. I fear most of all for my family and what I… Read more »

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Bill Holter’s Commentary Do they really have 92 tons that can be delivered this month?…Stay tuned! COMEX Bombshell – Most eligible vaulted gold has nothing to do with COMEXApril 15, 2020 In the midst of the ongoing fractures in the paper gold markets that have triggered bullion bank panic from London to New York, forcing… Read more »

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Weekly Jobless Claims Hit 5.245 Million, Raising Monthly Loss To 22 Million Due To CoronavirusApril 16, 2020 Protection measures against the coronavirus continued to tear through the employment ranks, with 5.245 million more Americans filing first-time claims for unemployment insurance last week, the Labor Department reported Thursday. That brings the crisis total to just over… Read more »