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Great and Wonderful Monday Morning Folks,          The precious metals are barely moving with June Gold at $1,697.00 down $1.70 after the dip hit a low at $1,685.00 with the high nearby at $1,699.70. Silver, the tag a long kid, continues to be dragged along with its July trade at $15.440, down ½ a penny… Read more »

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Great and Wonderful Sunday Morning Folks,       Over the past few years, part of my daily writeups have been on 3 emerging market currencies that went into supersonic-print which created the inflated prices of Silver and Gold under those currencies. Friday, after my early morning write up, I started to wonder how bad things have… Read more »

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Great and Wonderful Monday Morning Folks,      Gold is trading at $1,743.00, down $9.80 after being forced to $1,724.20 with the high nearby at $1,747.70. Silver is leading the decline, like always, with its trade at $15.685 down 36.8 cents after hitting a low of $15.510 with the high up at $15.975. The US Dollar,… Read more »

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Great and Wonderful Monday Morning Folks,       June Gold is still being held in check after the Sunday night rally sent the noble metal to $1,673.60 with the trade now at $1,644.50 down $9.60 after being dipped to $1,635.70 at the start of London’s time. Silver is leading the decline with the May contract at… Read more »

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Great and Wonderful Wednesday Morning Folks,      Apparently, it’s correction time at the Comex with Gold getting the pressure during London’s watch, but only after Gold reached $1,699.30 before they opened on the island’s trading period with the price right now at $1,627.80, down $33 after being forced down to $1,615.20. We used to have… Read more »

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Good Day,       It seems too much is going on; the news is overwhelming. We‘ve witnessed over the past week our Federal Reserve cut rates to zero with reactions from Canada, and the UK, but not Europe. We all know that Repos are accelerating, more than doubling the doublings since September and the creation of… Read more »