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The world is a Rubik’s cube of information and events gone full retard. Jim discusses the coming reset that Christine Lagarde spoke of this week. This week is a must listen!








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Dear All, Friends & Family,

I have been telling you ever since crypto currency entered into circulation that they were an experiment by the central banks looking towards a replacement for the US dollar as the sole reserve currency. It is also my reason for expecting that the second reset to take hold is in a very serious economic currency upheaval. The double transition will take place between June of 2019 and 2025. This is not positive to the US dollar nor terminal. This is positive to gold and gold shares which have been decimated. As it is not terminal to the dollar it is a cause for a gold rally, from which there will be no downside reaction. This is the coming realization of the basic concepts of “Free Gold.”

It cannot be stopped nor is there a long term will to continue to lean against gold, which will allow a bankruptcy in sovereign central banks as entities to be restored. Russia and China have known this, as has my family, which dates back to membership with the wealthiest Jewish families of Europe.

What is coming is not any of the crypto currency present now.

Those close to me and continuous daily readers know I got a call from my family on Bert Seligman’s side at $1058 that the bull market’s negative reaction in gold was over. This was posted on JSMineset at that time.

The resets are coming with an entire new role for gold.

Have an open mind to change because all you can be sure of is change in the financial and currency world.



Central Banks Should Consider Issuing Digital Money, IMF’s Lagarde Says
November 14, 2018

Central banks should consider issuing digital currencies as money faces a “historic turning point,” according to IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde.

In a speech at the Singapore Fintech Festival on Wednesday, Lagarde highlighted the changing nature of money as demand for physical cash decreases around the world. She said central banks have a role supplying money to the digital economy.

“I believe that we should consider the possibility to issue digital currency,” Lagarde said.

Lagarde said a central bank-backed digital currency could help promote financial inclusion, security, and privacy in payments as a low-cost and efficient alternative to paper notes. But she also warned of risks to financial stability and innovation.


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Barrick May Buy Back Acacia Mining After Randgold Merger – Report

October 24, 2018

By David McKay via Miningmx

BARRICK Gold may buy the shares it doesn’t already own in Acacia Resources, the UK-listed Tanzanian miner in which it has a 64% stake.

Bloomberg News, citing people familiar with the situation, said the takeover of Acacia may happen once Barrick has completed a merger with Randgold Resources.

Mark Bristow, CEO of Randgold Resources, told Miningmx on October 1 that he was interested in Tanzania as an investment destination for his company. “Would we, as Randgold, go into Tanzania? Absolutely. Have we engaged with the government of Tanzania as Randgold? Yes, we have,” he said.

“We need to sit down and talk with all parties,” said Bristow of a dispute between Acacia Mining and the Tanzanian government in which it is alleged there are unpaid taxes estimated at tens of billions of dollars stretching back two decades. “Right now, though, I am just an interested by-stander,” said Bristow. “There’s still a lot of work to be done to get the transaction closed,” he said of the proposed merger with Barrick.


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Recently there have been many pirated uploads to YouTube of past interviews.  The latest two had a headlines claiming “Bill Holter, Confirmed 100%, Nov. 11 2018 will be the date of the next global economic reset”, this is ridiculous.  I am working to get these pulled down.  There is nothing wrong with the interviews themselves as I actually did them.  Some of these interviews were done 2 years ago and being passed off as current.  The titles are bogus and the interviews are stolen from USA Watchdog, X22 Spotlight Report and SGT Report.  I would NEVER choose a specific day, anyone believing they can do this is delusional.

That said, we are experiencing another major tremor in financial markets.  In my opinion, the odds are very high that the current market action is part and parcel of the “great unwinding”.  No matter which direction you look, there are potential sparks to get the bonfire started.  There is zero ability to pinpoint what history will look back on as the trigger moment, we do however know that credit is definitely tightening and asset values are beginning to weaken.  It was all about credit on the way up, it will definitely be all about credit (or the lack of) on the way down!  I plan to write on this topic over the next few days.

Standing watch,

Bill Holter

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Dear CIGAs,

We have been experiencing technical issues on the site within the last week and wish to apologize for the lack of posts and technical assistance during this time.

Missed posts from this week will be posted and backdated. Thank you for your patience and continued support.

Best regards,

The JSMineset Team

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Dear President Trump,

The West totally ignores Africa while the sly Chinese plan to corner strategic materials; metal, rare earths, transportation and communication facilities there. This will, within 15 years, put the West out of the high tech business. Our new high tech weapons of war will fail to function.

Africa is the prize that lack of long term geopolitical economic planning in West will, without any question, result in the move of the economic and political power center of the world irreversibly from Washington to Beijing.

Silicon Valley will no longer be the home of the child Trillionaires because without Chinese and African rare earths, high tech is simply not possible.

You do not perceive the economic risk that hides behind the figures you are so proud of. They all have been skewed over the years to over report economic progress. Maybe giving credit to Obama’s economic platform, built on sand, for the recovery might not be a bad idea.

Our financial leaders are taking us back into the dark ages by policy and Fed Speak that would have the citizens believe that debt can produce sustainable economic prosperity in the west. It cannot.

Our failure to compete in Africa will be the largest mistake the West has ever made as China takes over much of Africa by economic colonialism. The combination is going to give the West a taste of back to basics in an uncomfortable way.

Whatever ideology the leadership in America at that time, it will be put directly into the trash heap of the history of nations that fail to have a plan and work the plan.

James E. Sinclair (An American in Africa) author of “The Strategic Metals and Materials War” plus among 5 other books

“Boom, Visions and Insights for Creating Wealth in the 21st Century.”

Executive Chairman of Tanzanian Exploration. TRX, NYSE)

China’s “Long Term Collateralization Of Loans Strategy & Her Disguised Recolonization Of African Countries Economically
September 11, 2018

By Richard Krah

After Britain had collatarised Chinese aids and guarantees with Hong Kong for 99 years, China has gained more experience than any country on earth on the intricacies of long term collaterisation of assets.

Examples are below:

Philippines this year cancelled all Chinese aids. The president was in Isreal last week for new partnership in arms.

Malaysia canceled Chinese speed train loan contract this year and opted for a costlier Japanese electromagnetic rail. Because all Chinese grants requires collateral with state critical assets.

Singapore bluntly told China we don’t need your 25 years tenure loan at 0.5%.

Greece handed China a national asset last year on default, and European Union took measures to stop any further member country from Chinese loans.


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“Contagion Is On The Move”

“The Strong Dollar is the Silent Killer”

“The Strength of the Dollar is its Nemesis”

“The huge Dollar debt everywhere is all a Synthetic Dollar Short”


“It is all of such an unimaginable magnitude that there are not enough dollars anywhere to make cover or stop loss”



         “THIS will kill all in its path, including the 1%”

     “When is Now.”

   Jim Sinclair

September 3, 2018

Federal Reserve Gov. the Hon. Powell has only one of two moves he can make. Flood the world with dollars by active debt monitization (QE) internationally, or have the experience of presiding over the greatest depression in the history of man as his legacy. What would his boss have him do? The debt clock is ticking towards the reset by June of 2019.

His boss has not had many allies in the camp, as President Trump’s choice of people leaves something to be desired. Is Powell another Sessions who puts his head in the sand or Cohen, the recorder attorney, supposedly friend, and legally bound as a confidant?

When has the Fed been politically independent in its history?  Chairman Volker would not be the “Master of the Universe” had his boss not quietly backed him all the way! Believe me, I know.

This is the start of the final battle between Light and Lucifer much like the movie, “The Firm.” Don’t kid yourself. This is not simply material, but spiritual as well. The rest of everyone’s life, reading this, depends on how from today to 2021 is handled. There is no exit to this contagion that is now on the move. It  must be confronted one way or another. That is why “Now is When” because “When comes between the Rock and the Hard Place.”

Why Pain in Argentina And Turkey Is Hurting Indonesia
August 31, 2018

As financial market meltdowns in Argentina and Turkey spread through global emerging markets, Indonesia is feeling the pain more than its peers in Asia. The rupiah slumped to its weakest level against the dollar since the 1998 Asian financial crisis, prompting the central bank to step up its efforts to stabilize the currency. Bank Indonesia has been tapping its reserves to the tune of billions of dollars and has raised interest rates four times since mid-May.

1. What triggered the selloff?

Even before Argentina and Turkey entered crisis mode, emerging markets were under pressure because of rising U.S. interest rates and a stronger dollar. Part of the appeal of emerging markets is their relatively higher yields compared with developed markets. When that differential falls because of the U.S. Federal Reserve raising borrowing costs, emerging markets become less attractive. More broadly, a deepening currency crisis in Argentina on top of ructions in Turkey have reduced investor appetite for risky assets, prompting an exodus from emerging markets to relatively safe havens in developed markets.

2. Why is Indonesia being targeted?

It’s one of a few Asian emerging markets that runs current-account deficits (so do India and the Philippines), and recent data shows that widened to a four-year high. The deficit economies rely on foreign inflows to finance their import needs, making them vulnerable to a slump in sentiment and sharp outflows. Foreign investors own almost 40 percent of Indonesia’s government bonds, among the highest of Asian emerging markets. Add to that the government runs a budget deficit, meaning it needs to borrow to finance spending.

3. How badly are the currency and stocks faring?

The rupiah is the second-worst performer in Asia (after India) this year, but it’s the hardest-hit currency since the emerging-market selloff began in late January, weakening about 9 percent. The Jakarta Stock Exchange Composite Index, or JCI, is down more than 6 percent this year, while the yield on the benchmark 10-year government bonds has risen this year to the highest since the end of 2016.


Jim Sinclair
Executive Chairman