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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Trump outlines Merkel’s multiple differences. Compliments of CIGA Gijsbert. No Oval Office Handshake, No Warm Words About Her Country, A Lecture On Immigration And A Wiretapping Joke: Trump’s VERY Chilly Summit With Germany’s MerkelMarch 17, 2017 President Donald Trump had his chilliest summit yet with a foreign leader as he met with… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary The latest from John Williams’ www.shadowstats.com – Industrial Production May Be Bottoming, Yet, There Are New Signals of Intensifying Economic Risk – Production Was Flat in February, Minimally Positive Year-to-Year, with Gains in Manufacturing and Mining Offset by Weather-Distorted Utilities– No Economic Expansion: Activity Held Below Pre-2007 Recession Peaks, with Production Down… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Now this is what I call dissention. Fed’s Kashkari Wants Plan On Balance Sheet Before Any More Rate HikesMarch 17, 2017 Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Neel Kashkari, the lone dissenter against the U.S. central bank’s decision this week to raise interest rates, said on Friday the U.S. economy is still falling… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary This is an interesting tweet from Cliff. Jim Sinclair’s Commentary The latest from John Williams’ www.shadowstats.com – FOMC Fiddles with Boosting Interest Rates, While Annual Real M3 Growth Just Plunged to a New Signal for a Major Economic Downturn– Annual Contraction in First-Quarter Real Earnings Is a Virtual Certainty; Back-to-Back Quarterly Contractions… Read more »

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From our very astute friend Robert. I asked permission to post the first paragraph and he was gracious enough to elaborate for us with an additional reply. Please read this carefully as he is plugged in and spot on, this is a giant liquidity/credit problem. China will not save the financial system, in fact, they… Read more »

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Dear CIGAs, Please check out the below video of one Bill and Jim’s weekly discussions posted on the JSMineset Gold Premium site (usually reserved for subscribers). It included discussion of the “why” of Monday’s attempt to hold a “Go to Meeting” review of the AGM (which was held on “Go to Meeting” Friday) when unfortunately,… Read more »

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Dear CIGAs, There are several important figures or events happening that could have some dramatic impact on the markets especially since the markets have just risen on hope (not delivery) and on S&P futures buying by the Fed. Real income of the consumers has gone down for many years now and real inflation is not… Read more »

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Dear TRX/TNX Shareholders, Thank you for your cooperation during our “Go To Meeting” call today. It was my desire to have the call be available to the most shareholders. Since most shareholders work Monday to Friday, this meant having the meeting on a Saturday at a reasonable time. This day and time precluded the availability… Read more »