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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Greg Hunter is so right about the result of MOPEd details of the present time major banking crisis. If FASB did not capitulate there would be few solvent US banks. This includes major money center banks. This means that the earning statement and balance sheets of the financial community are as much… Read more »

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Dear CIGAs, The decade of the 1990’s is America’s modern day equivalent of the Roaring 20’s.  Back then, we were making great strides in productivity.  We had near full employment, the government had a surplus of cash and the stock market was making many people rich.  The future looked so bright in December of 1996… Read more »

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Dear CIGAs, There is hardly a day goes by I don’t hear some spin about the economy and how the so-called “recovery” is progressing.  Last week’s job numbers is a classic example.  It seems the jobless claims fell to an eight week low.  Here’s how the Washington Post reported the news, “The number of new… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Here are two points to consider when your emotions on gold threaten to overtake you. Dear CIGAs, I was sitting here trying to find a way to wrap up the week and then, like a bolt of lightning, an idea hit me.  Gold expert Jim Sinclair sent me this story: “Federal Budget… Read more »

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Dear CIGAs, Last week, three stories acted as signposts for the direction of the U.S. Dollar.  The first is about a letter President Obama sent to members of the G20 (Group of 20 major industrial countries) in advance of next weekend’s meeting in Canada.  The President’s letter asked members to “reaffirm our unity of purpose… Read more »

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Dear Greg, The Fed audit, as proposed, is a useless exercise. Regards, Jim Dear CIGAs, It seems every day I watch mainstream media there is a discussion about the ongoing so- called “recovery.”  Yesterday was no exception.  I was watching an anchor on MSNBC ask a guest why the “recovery” is so uneven and why… Read more »