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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Was this by omission or commission? Greenspan was neither asleep nor stupid. He knew exactly what he was doing. Greenspan Slept as Off-Books Debt Escaped Scrutiny (Update1) By Alan Katz and Ian Katz Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) — As George Miller welcomed 60 bankers to the chandeliered Charlotte City Club one evening in… Read more »

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Dear Friends, There is absolutely no question in my mind that gold will trade at $1650 on or before (probably much before) January 14th, 2011. Regardless of what financial TV or popular analysts claiming never to have made an error say, we are correct. Stay the course. Do not let your guard down. Protect yourself… Read more »

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Jim, Perhaps Taiwan read “GEAB N28 Global systemic crisis Alert – Summer 2009: The US government defaults on its debt.” Regards, CIGA Bernie Taiwan Dumps Fannie, Freddie. And Uncle Sam? By RANDALL W. FORSYTH Despite bailout, GSE debt is eschewed by major foreign investor, and ally. WHO LOST TAIWAN? After Mao drove the Nationalists off… Read more »

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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 »