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Dear Friends, This is not making a direct comparison, but instead speaks to my colleagues that believe the only way velocity of money increases is by a turn for the better in business activity. I will give them that this is the scenario wherein increased monetary stimulus transmits into inflation. What they are ignoring is… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary For your information. Turkey bombs PKK targets in N. Iraq Tue Oct 28, 2008 9:30am EDT ANKARA (Reuters) – Turkish warplanes bombed Kurdish separatist targets on Tuesday in northern Iraq with the backing of artillery fire from Turkey, the military said. Violence has increased between Turkish security forces and the separatist rebels… Read more »

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Dear CIGAs, Keep your eye on the ball. The Problem is not broken entities. That is a symptom. The basis of the problem is OTC derivatives. That is the foundation that is never addressed. If you treat symptoms without handling the cause the result is more symptoms. Because the aim of remedial actions is improper,… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary The following is a little monetary history from CIGA Rusty Bayonet: “The painful experience of runaway inflation and the collapse of the Continental dollar prompted the delegates of the Constitutional Convention to include the gold and silver clause in the United States Constitution so that the individual states could not issue bills… Read more »

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Dear CIGAs, Gold is a currency. Paper currency insures nothing. Gold is insurance. Gold is not a commodity. Gold will trade at a minimum of $1650 MUCH SOONER THAN I HAVE ANTICIPATED. The shorts in gold shares will get what they deserve – financial decimation. Your friend, Jim

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Dear CIGAs, Here is someone that understands when paper currency fails, the nationality of that currency increases their transactions in a flight to defend themselves. This can be seen recently in the runs on grocery stores in Iceland. That explodes the velocity of money upwards and delivers hyperinflation right in the middle of a recession… Read more »

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My Dear Friends, There is nothing normal about this abnormal set of circumstances. During the Weimar Experience the “Velocity of Money” went wild on the upside. Think about this because I vigorously disagree with the normal economic crowd that is vocal today. Under present and upcoming circumstances, monetary inflation of this kind, size, speed of… Read more »