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Dear CIGAs, Check out the following video of Fred Thompson commenting on the economy.   Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Pakistan this weekend: Dozens of NATO supply trucks torched in Pakistan By RIAZ KHAN – 21 hours ago PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AP) — Suspected militants attacked a Pakistan transport terminal used to supply NATO and U.S. troops in… Read more »

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Dear Friends, Let’s put on our practical thinking hats. I am inviting opinions from both our academic reader as well as those that believe answers are more accurate when derived by the “follow the money” concept. The Fed says and statistics support that the majority of the $8.5 trillion in funds injected into the economy… Read more »

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Dear CIGAs, I recently completed the same mathematics that helped me so much in 1980 to determine the price that would be required to balance the international balance sheet of the US. Balancing the international balance sheet is gold’s mission in times of crisis. I recently did the math again and was sadly shocked to… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary There is only one kind of HONEST MONEY and that is GOLD. Gold has no liability attached to it. Gold has no hidden agenda. Gold is universally accepted. Gold is a time tested and proven storehouse of value. Gold by being a proven storehouse of value is a reliable measure of value…. Read more »

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Dear CIGAs, Gold will wake up, and exceed $1650. Alf is right! In fact that is CIGA Alf standing on top of Gold. Jim, I wondered if you’d seen the article linked below, "The Manipulation of Gold Prices" by James Conrad that was featured on the seekingalpha.com website on 12/4/08. Click here to view article…… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Here is our Friday surprise – a busted bank. Georgia bank closed in 23rd failure of year By John Letzing, MarketWatch Last update: 5:36 p.m. EST Dec. 5, 2008 SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — First Georgia Community Bank was closed by regulators Friday, marking the 23rd bank failure of the year amid the… Read more »

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Barrick Denies Report It Will Quit Tanzania Amid High Costs By Stewart Bailey Dec. 5 (Bloomberg) — Barrick Gold Corp., the world’s biggest gold producer, denied a news report that it is considering withdrawing from Tanzania because of high operating costs. The company has invested $1.5 billion in the African country, is in the final… Read more »

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Dear CIGAs, 1. Today’s news on the cost of mining and infrastructure is in my opinion posturing for meetings between the Chamber of Mines and the Presidential Committee on Mining Revenue next week. 2. High costs can be a product of a company having sold the gold production of their mine forward 10 years in… Read more »