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Great and Wonderful Friday Morning Folks,

     The February Precious Metals Options expiration happens next week Tuesday. With that in mind Gold goes lower, with the April contract trading at $1,768.50, down $6.50 after the typical London hit down to $1,759 with the high to beat at $1,776.30. Silver is harder to shake loose from the physical buyers grip with the May contract at $27.09, down 2.8 cents after that huge market-makers-middle-of-the-night-slam-dunk down to $26.105 before it recovered with the high to beat at $27.29. The US Dollar is still rangebound with the trade calculated at 90.26, down 34 points and close to the low of 90.215 with the high at 90.66. Of course, all this happened before 5 am pst, the Comex open, the London close, and after the Gamestop Hearing happened, in which one law faker, feels people who discuss the markets on an open free speech platform are a threat to the markets, controlled by Algo’s. “This episode exposes a serious threat to our financial system,” Scott said. “When tweets, social media posts, do more to move the market than material legitimate information(??), the risk is enormous…”

      On Venezuela, Gold is now valued at 17,662.89 Bolivar, proving another reduction of 138.83 overnight with Silver now carrying a 270.56 Bolivar value showing a loss of 1.79. Argentina’s current price for Gold shows another 1,045.88 pull with the last buy at 157,498.18 Peso’s with Silver trading at 2,412.44 A-Peso’s taking back 12.94, or half of yesterday’s gains. Turkey’s last Lira price for Gold is at 12,326.87 showing the currency pulled another 75.76 from yesterday’s value with Silver’s last trade at 188.81, a reduction of 0.92 T-Lira. 

      February Silver’s Delivery Demands now shows a post of 366 fully paid for contracts waiting for receipts and again, with Zero Volume posted during London’s trading period. Yesterday’s full day of activity had 2 new buys at $27.125, down 18.9 cents over the previous Comex close, with Thursday’s calculated close at 27.077, down 23.7 cents where no trade was made, which also witnessed a reduction of 98 contracts that got receipts, maybe. Silver’s Overall Open Interest shows another 2,178 contracts leaving the field of play giving us an early morning total of 181,082 paper promises that trade against a product that can’t be found at these prices.

      February Gold’s Delivery Demands, are still a heavy burden for Comex, with the count now at 3,173 fully paid for contracts waiting for receipts and with a Volume of 21 up on the board with a trading range between $1,771.30 and $1,764.30 with the last “London buy” at $1,769.60, down $3.80 so far today. Yesterday’s full day of trade happened in between $1,784.60 and $1,766 with the last purchase at $1,771.80, up 80 cents with a CCC at $1,773.40, a gain of $2.30 that had a total of 587 new swaps, that increased the standing orders by 291 contracts waiting for receipts. As the physical demands gained, Gold’s Overall Open Interest declined, as another 1,529 contracts left the trade leaving a total of 498,375 paper promises to control this market till the Options come off the board in one of our primary delivery months.

The Gamestop hearing was chock a block full of great stuff. Questions surrounded the funding (bailout?) of Robinhood, the requirements to get that additional funding (ironically from the same companies that own algo trading platforms used to short Gamestop?) in order to keep Robinhood in business. Or the apparent bias towards those evil “dumb money” traders who got together on a freedom of speech platform, to talk about how these innocent hedge funds can “legally” (SEC allowed) oversell shares they don’t have, and of course, how small investors can gang up against an innocent hedge fund, and actually cause financial damage to the entire system. They also talked about the options that were “In The Money” that helped the GameStop price that most likely helped smoked that short squeeze exit. They even spoke about blockchaining the markets!!!

      Here we come to the issue at hand; Apparently, the freedom of speech is a problem for these Algo’s and those that support a system that intentionally keeps the small or individual trader from profitting. Is this why Greg Hunter was punished after his most recent interview with Bill, when they talked about Silver and Gold, which got YouTubed? Or is it because Greg has been reporting and still thinks; Big Tech Censors, 2020 Election Still Stolen, Economy Fragile? What a joke we live in, when freedom of speech at the retail level, is offensive to Algo profitting companies like every major and central bank. Supposedly the SEC and their supporting friends will be at the next show. This should be interesting to hear “live”.

      Algo’s have controlled the prices of everything from stocks, all the way into the commodities, that support all manufacturing and life, with virtually no price discovery being allowed without the algo’s controlling them. That is, until someone figures out the words these Algos respond to, and use those words against the software. Let us not forget that Algo’s have been created to write articles for sports and finance too. What can an Algo hide? Real news, real prices, real everything?

      One thing for sure, the precious metals we hold in hand, cannot be used against us. Which is why, we stress the idea of holding your own and away from the Big Wrek that will happen in the future. Enjoy your weekend, keep that smile on your face and a prayer for all. As always …

Stay Strong!

Jeremiah Johnson

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Great and Wonderful Monday Morning Folks,

     It’s our President’s Day Holiday for most, yet money rarely sleeps, with April Gold down $2.70 with the trade at $1,820.80 recovering from the low of $1,815.50 with the high at $1,827.10. Silver is not following protocol with the trade at $27.69, up 36.2 cents from the starting low at $27.45 and the high to beat at $27.74. The US Dollar Index is still moving slowly, even with all the political commotion going on, with the value pegged at 90.37, down 10 points and right smack in the middle of its London range between 90.46 and 90.25. Of course, all this happened overseas, and in London’s time, while we holiday, and after the Democratic lawyers were caught doctoring evidence in the no-longer-in-office-impeachment-case, and after they already retracted a false statement they tried to use as a fact. When will they be called out for constantly lying to the American Public?

      Since Friday morning, Gold gained 40.95 Bolivar in Venezuela with the last trade at 18,185.24 with Silver’s last price at 276.55, a gain of 5.49 Bolivar. Gold in Argentina also gained 354.99 Peso’s with its last price at 161,022.17 with Silver gaining 48.70 with its last price at 2,449.05 A-Peso’s. The Turkish Lira’s last price for Gold traded at 12,690.85 proving a loss of 63.64 with Silver gaining 2.48 T-Lira’s with the last buy at 192.99.

      February Silver’s Delivery Demands now shows a total of 406 fully paid for 5,000-ounce contracts waiting for receipts and with a Volume of 1 up on the board and a $27.51 price attached to that purchase. Friday’s delivery trades had no swaps at all, but they did Calculate a Comex Closing price of $27.323, a gain of 28.1 cents, dropping the demands by 125 contracts that most likely got efp’d to London because we don’t have the Silver(?). With the rumors everywhere about No Physical Silver in any size, we did get to see an additional gain in Silver’s Overall Open Interest as another 1,901 more shorts got added to keep the markets liquid bringing the early morning total to 182,758 contracts willing to trade against the physicals.

      February Gold’s Delivery Demands are still heavily elevated, especially for this late date in the month, with 3,111 fully paid for 100-ounce contracts still waiting for receipts and with an additional Volume of 306 already up on the board with a trading range between $1,823.40 and $1,815.90 with the last buy at $1,817.30, down $4.30 so far today. Friday’s full day of delivery trade happened in between $1,827.50 and $1,809.20 with the last swap at $1,823.20, a loss of $3.30 on the day, that helped reduce the demand count by 2,143 contracts getting receipts or were sent to London giving us today’s early morning count. Gold’s Overall Open Interest lost 3,813 paper contracts bringing this morning’s early total to 504,518 shorts willing to trade against the physicals.

Ronan continues to keep us abreast of the Silver issues in the City of London, as SLV warns, it can’t find Physical Silver either. They simply have too much demand for the real, supposedly imposed upon SLV’s paper investment, by a group of basement-dwelling kids with free checks to trade with and a cellphone app. This story is only adding to the shortage stories we know are real, here in the states, as the difficulty of finding the real is truly getting discussed daily, regardless of Comex’s Controlling Paper Price, which they are obligated to deliver at. Of note, we’re only 8 days away from the March Options coming off the board (expiring) with the 26th of February being the First Notice Date for the March Deliveries. The third month of the year just so happens to be a primary delivery month in Silver, like February is for Gold. This may be the point to watch as the Open Interest in March needs to drop a lot, in order to keep things steady. What happens next is all up to the physical buyers.

      As mentioned above, money rarely sleeps, or holidays! Treasuries, Currencies, Petroleum (think petrodollar), and Precious Metals, are the only things trading today, which is why we are here keeping watch! Have a wonderful day, keep the faith, and let the markets roll on. None of this matter, that is, if you have Silver and Gold in hand … As always …

Stay Strong!

Jeremiah Johnson

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Great and Wonderful Monday Morning Folks,

      We start our week off in the positive with Gold trading at $1,821.60, up $8.50 from Friday’s close with a low at $1,807.30 and the high nearby at $1,825. Silver is up as well with its trade at $27.25, a gain of 23.6 cents after dipping down to $26.93 with the high at $27.40. The US Dollar now shows a value peg at 91.18, up 14.8 points and close to the high at 91.21 with the low at 90.96, after Friday’s 48.8-point correction. Of course, all this happened before Comex opened, London closed, and after watching Mike Lindell’s “Absolute Proof Documentary” on Rumble a few times, instead of watching anything else, because this last election’s bean-counters are doing very questionable things, to say the least. Do a google search on the title and see what the “Big Wrek” is doing by removing this video from the services they control; it helps prove they are removing content.

      Venezuelan’s who bought Gold late last week are now seeing a 193.76 Bolivar gain from Friday’s early morning post with the last buy at 18,193.23, with Silver buyers now seeing a 272.16 Bolivar price for an ounce, showing a 6.99 gain. Argentina’s Peso price for Gold is also proving a gain of 1,736.59 with its last trade at 160,171.45 Peso’s with Silver’s last purchase price at 2,395.99, showing a 62.09 A-Peso gain. Turkey’s Lira price for Gold gained 231.92 with today’s last buy at 12,964.24 Lira with Silver buyers having to pay an additional 6.37 T-Lira for an ounce with its last trade at 193.94.

      February Silver’s Delivery Demands now shows a post of 550 fully paid for contracts and with a Volume of 2 up on the board with a single price at $27.28, a gain of 26.6 cents from Friday’s close. Last week’s final day of delivery activity happened in between $26.805 and $26.43 with the closing price at $27.014, where no trade was made, a gain of 79.1 cents that had a total of 58 new buys that helped reduce the demand count by 53 contracts that may have received receipts. Silver’s Overall Open Interest is showing a slight reduction of 201 paper contracts that left the field of play leaving a total of 175,078 contracts to trade against what’s left in physicals.

      February Gold’s Delivery Demands, is now showing 10,265 fully paid for contracts waiting for receipts with a Volume of 121 already up on the board with a trading range between $1,818.90 and $1,809 with the last swap at $1,817.40, up $6.50, so far today. Friday’s delivery trades happened in between $1,813.50 and $1,790.90 with the closing price at $1,810.90, a gain of $22 from Thursday’s Comex close that had a total of 1,278 new swaps, that helped reduce the demands by 678 contracts that got receipts, maybe. Gold’s Overall Open Interest shows a loss of 816 short contracts giving us an early morning total of 517,620 Overnighters willing to go against what’s left inside all the Comex warehouses, proving most of the activity happened inside the delivery contract.

The US Supreme Court is finally scheduling Pennsylvania’s election fraud case, along with Sidney Powell’s Michigan case, and Lin Wood’s Georgia Case on Feb 19th. One of Michigan’s issues is now being fixed, as its Secretary of State – Jocelyn Benson, announces that she intends to remove almost 200,000 names from the registered voter list before the case gets to the SCOTUS and after they counted the vote. Arizona is also doing a full forensic audit to expose the Dominion Frauds and Georgia state, seems to have gone absolutely silent.

      While the political drama takes over the airwaves, we still have an extreme shortage of physical Silver at the retail level. The spread between Comex and the consumer level is huge. Those that buy 5 – one-thousand-ounce bars from Comex, and have their purchases sent to smelters to produce 1-ounce rounds, are making a killing. Let us not forget the US Mints admittance that they cannot keep up with the demands and the fact that Comex has increased the smelters they buy from.

      Remember to enjoy all Mondays, we spend approximately 1/7th of our lives in it, so make it a happy one! Hang on tight to the real, get more if you can, and keep it in hand. We may be in for one hell of a move as we move closer and closer to proving how empty Comex really is. As always …

Stay Strong!

Jeremiah Johnson

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Great and Wonderful First Day of February Folks,

      Gold is trading in the green with the April contract now at $1,867.40, up $17.10 after the rally to $1,876 with the low down at $1,851.70. Short squeezed Silver is up $3.026 with the March contract at $29.94 after it reached $30.35 with the low down at $28.155. The internationally accepted US Dollar now has its index valued at 90.795, up 22.6 points after it reached 90.92 with the low at 90.49. Of course, all this happened already, before 5 am pst, the Comex open, London close, and after Veritas exposed the fact that Zuckerberg and his facebook team have been isolating “hate speech” for 4 years now, utilizing other governments ideas on what hate speech is. They are in the midst of killing our First Amendment, their next trick will be our right to defend ourselves. Wait! That’s happening too, if one lives in

Antifa-land; Portland and Seattle.

      Venezuela, one of the places that might be determining our hate speech and (Dominion) voting, now has Gold valued at 18,650.66 Bolivar, losing 7.99 from Friday’s gains with Silver gaining 24.569 with the last buy at 299.026 Bolivar. Argentina now has Gold valued at 163,036.58 Peso’s proving a gain of 213.08 with Silver’s last price at 2,614.20 a gain of 219.09 A-Peso’s. Turkey’s Lira price for Gold is at 13,400.11, showing a loss of 225.98 Lira with Silver adding 14.353 T-Lira with the last trade at 214.830.

      February Silver Delivery Demands now has a total of 691 fully paid for contracts waiting for receipts and with a Volume of 354 already up on the board with a trading range between $30.16 and $28.30 with the last buy at $29.97, up $3.07 so far today. Friday’s full day of delivery trade happened in between $27.575 and $26.37 with the last buy at the low with the Calculated Comex Close tallied at $26.90, a gain of 99.1 cents that had a total of 32 new swaps to deal with, helping to reduce the demand count by 985 contracts that got receipts, maybe. The paper contracts keep piling up in order to keep Silver liquid as an additional 1,370 contracts got added to the Overall Open Interest giving us an early morning total of 178,897 contracts to trade against the physicals.

      February Gold’s Delivery Demands “is still a biggie” with the count at 16,853 fully paid for contracts waiting for receipts and with a Volume of 519 already up on the board with a trading range between $1,871.90 and $1,850 with the last swap at $1,864.10, a gain of $17.80 so far today. Friday’s full day of activity happened in between $1,876 and $1,838.70 with the last buy at $1,847.30, a gain of $9.40 that had a total of 1,534 swaps helping to reduce the demand count by 16,470 contracts, that got something, maybe. Gold’s Overall Open Interest lost 15,789 contracts, mostly inside the deliveries, leaving us an early morning total of 520,802 paper obligations to trade against what’s left in physicals.

      The Great Silver Squeeze is on, after WallStreetBets introduced to the world, what we’ve been talking about for a generation. The bigger issue for the central shorts now, is an entirely new age group with money, which just might have a few of those “Occupy Wall Streeters” adding to the story. This new group of investors just found out that the players on Wall Street have been manipulating Silver more than any other commodity or share(s). Their idea is not only to accumulate wealth, but to bust the system wide open. Which they just might have done, stay tooned!

      With the way the politicos and certain branches of government have responded, it makes me wonder if a few of them have their accounts at a certain hedge fund that was short certain shares just before their game got stopped. Are these new kids on the block going into the precious metal shops and buying physicals as well as SLV? Will it lead to other exposures which in turn will cause more people to follow “the trend is your friend” to the end? Robinhood has a liquidity issue for sure and for certain as they now are limiting withdrawals, with that signpost up ahead that we have witnessed in the past.

     Enjoy the day, get more Silver, if you can, and watch from the sidelines. Give those that do trade, in the shares and commodities, the respect they deserve, as everything unwinds like we knew it would. We welcome the new kids on the block for their ideas; getting back at the gang of centrals, and taking physicals as well … Keep the faith, have a prayer for all, and as always ….

Stay Strong!

Jeremiah Johnson

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Great and Wonderful Friday Morning Folks,

      It’s First Notice Day for February’s Precious Metals Deliveries with April Gold up $27, at $1,868.20, right close to the London high at $1,869.60 with the low at $1,841.20. Silver is leading the percentages with its trade at $27.48, up $1.558 after hitting a high of $27.72 with the low at $26.15. The Never-Ever-Changing US Dollar is still at 90.47, up 4.3 points and has been in a channel for weeks, even with all this crap going on, with the high at $90.76 and the low at 90.455. Of course, all this happened before Comex opens, the London close, and after the Pakistani Supreme Court set free (acquitted) the men who killed Daniel Pearl. Very odd timing to say the least. Never Forget 9/11!

      Gold in Venezuela gained 252.69 Bolivar overnight with the last trade at 18,658.65 with Silver pushing up to 274.457 Bolivar showing a gain of 21.873. Gold under the Argentine Peso now has a 162,823.50 price behind an ounce proving a gain of 2,278.73 Peso’s with Silver gaining 191.88 A-Peso’s with its last trade at 2,395.11. Turkey now has Gold priced at 13,626.09 Lira, proving a 21.91 gain with Silver’s last trade at 200.477 T-Lira, gaining 13.728 since yesterday.

       February Silver’s Delivery Demands now shows 1,677 contracts standing for delivery with a Volume of 11 up on the board, inside a tight trading range between $27.395 and $27.37 with the last trade at the high, a gain of $1.486 so far today proving an increase of 71 delivery contracts over yesterday’s post. The proof that the system is being challenged again is inside the numbers behind the price as 9,593 paper contracts had to be added in order to keep Silver from exploding even higher bringing the Overall Open Interest to 177,527 overnighters willing to attempt the GameStop!

      February Gold’s Delivery Demands are now showing 33,327 fully paid for contracts waiting for receipts, a reduction of 12,449 contracts over yesterday’s numbers, with a Volume of 599 already up on the board with a trading range between $1,868.80 and $1,837.70 with the last swap at the high, a gain of $30.90 before Comex starts. February is a Primary Delivery Month for Gold; this might matter in the weeks ahead. Gold’s Overall Open Interest gained 1,939 contracts giving us an early morning total of 536,591 shorts (as the reductions in delivery are shadowed) to trade against the physicals, until that last bar leaves.

Trading app Robinhood has been accused of automatically selling users’ shares after banning GameStop stock – reports. If this is true, imo, it’s the sign post just ahead of a very bumpy road in getting one’s money back intact. Last night it was said that Robinhood was looking for loans (aka credit) from JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Now, at least to start the day off, Robinhood has lifted the ban, and GME continues to move upward, for now.

WallStreetBets was the group that pushed against the short hedge funds that were trading against their favorite store – Gamestop. Before Robinhood stopped their game, these same gamers were talking about taking their profits off GME and buying into SLV. Whatever the real story is, it appears that GME’s removal/stoppage was within a half hour time when Silver (chart is central timed) reached its peak, during yesterday’s trades.

Silver Hourly

No one knows for sure, but the timing sure helps the thesis and so does the data behind the price, as SLV’s Volume kinda moved higher yesterday.

SLV

     What a time to be on the sidelines, with precious metals in hand, while the entire Democratically control government, decides who will survive, and who can steal from the poor. WallStreetBets was also telling each other to buy physicals too. GameOn! Have a great weekend, have a smile for all and as always …

Stay Strong!

Jeremiah Johnson

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Great and Wonderful Monday Morning Folks,

      Gold started off Sunday night trading a little lower, then turned direction and is now up $6.10 with the April contract at $1,866, recovering from the London low at $1,851 with the high nearby at $1,869.10. Silver is following with its trade up 15.9 cents with the March contracts at $25.715 after dipping down to $25.47 with the high so far at $25.88. The US Dollar index is proving everything is the way the centrals want it, unwavering, with the trade calculated at 90.235, up 2.3 points after dipping down to 90.075 with the high at 90.34. Of course, all this happened before 5 am pst, the Comex open, London close, and after the Washington monument and White House went dark last night, and no one seems to be able to explain why? Probably Trump fault.

      In Venezuela, Gold is now worth 18,636.67 Bolivar, gaining 113.85 since Friday morning with Silver adding 3.2 Bolivar with its last trade at 256.88. Gold’s priced under the Argentine Peso gained 1,065.59 with the last price at 161,376.24 Peso’s with Silver’s last trade at 2,224.41 A-Peso’s proving a gain of 29.18. Even the Turkish Lira is allowing Gold’s price to rise with its last buy at 13,784.58 adding 37.97 Lira’s with Silver’s last swap at 190.00 T-Lira, regaining 1.73.

      January Silver’s Delivery Demands have yet to change count with the waiting list tally stuck at 124 fully paid for 5,000-ounce contracts waiting for receipts, and with Zero Volume, so far this morning. Friday’s trades had a total of 10 in the Volume column but no prices posted, but Comex was kind enough to give us a closing price at $25.524, down 29.8 cents where no trade was made, helping no one but those who don’t have to post a price in order to take bars out of the Comex Warehouse. Since Friday morning, Comex’s Overall Open Interest lost only 35 contracts leaving a total of 169,898 paper contracts to trade against the physicals, that no one can view or confirm.

      January Gold’s Delivery Demands are also unchanged from Friday with the count stuck at 10 and with a Volume of 2 already up on the board and with no price. Friday’s delivery activity had a total of 8 buys with a trading range between $1,855.30 and $1,852.70 with the last buy at the high, and a closing price calculated at $1,855.70, down $9.60, yet higher than any trade, and like we said, no change in the demand count. Is this the new norm? Gold’s Overall Open Interest lost 951 contracts leaving a total of 545,101 contracts to trade against the physicals.

      Keep buying precious metals and stay out of the way. Have a prayer for all and keep that smile on your face, as we wait for the very last bars to leave the warehouses in short supply.

Stay Strong!

Jeremiah Johnson

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Great and Wonderful Friday Morning Folks,

      We start the day with a precious metal pullback with Gold down $14.70 with the April contract at $1,854.60, recovering from the London low at $1,848.10 with the high to beat at $1,874.10. Silver is leading the percentages today with the March contract at $25.40, down 45.4 cents, after it too, hit a low in London at $25.195 with the high to beat at $26.045. The international currency of choice, the US Dollar is steady and unwavering, as if nothing will move it, with the trade at 90.17, up 4.3 points inside a tight trading range between 90.05 and 90.275. Of course, all this happened before 5 am pst, the Comex open, London close, and after Biden, made a decree that masks must be worn at all times on federal properties by everyone. Except when celebrating an election, at the Lincoln Memorial, with the white house spokesperson, downplaying the newly elected who violated their own law, as they lead by example.

      In Venezuela, Gold is now trading at 18,522.82 Bolivar, taking back 200.74 from yesterday’s gains with Silver at 253.68, pulling back 5.79 Bolivar. Argentina’s Peso price for Gold is now at 160,310.65, a 1,565.52 pullback with Silver down 48.03 A-Peso’s with the last price at 2,195.23. Gold’s price in Turkey now rests at 13,746.61 Lira, showing a 47.75 pull from yesterday with Silver’s last price at 188.27 T-Lira, losing 2.90.

      January Silver’s Delivery Demands now show 124 contracts waiting for delivery with a Volume of 1 up on the board and no price. Yesterday’s delivery activity was a big fat zero with the exception that 120 fully paid for 5,000-ounce contracts, may have been delivered, with Comex settling the day out at $25.882, a gain of 8.8 cents. Silver’s Overall Open Interest gained another 813 contracts, to add liquidity, bringing the early morning total to 169,933 contracts.

      January Gold’s Delivery Demands now stand at 10 contracts waiting for receipts and with no Volume or Price, so far today. Yesterday’s full day of trade happened in between $1,868 and $1,866.80 with the last buy at the high, up $2.10 with a Comex Close at $1,865.30, a gain of 60 cents, where no trade was made helping to reduce the demand count by 2. Gold’s Overall Open Interest, as of this early morning, lost 3,246 paper contracts that trade against what’s supposed to be in Comex warehouses, bringing the count to 546,052 Overnighters.

     Enjoy the weekend, keep that smile on your face and a prayer for all. As Always …

Stay Strong!

Jeremiah Johnson

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Great and Wonderful Tuesday Morning Folks,

      February Gold is up $11 with the last price at $1,840.90 after dipping down to yesterdays low at $1,800.80 with a different high than yesterday at $1,845. March Silver is up 46.9 cents with the trade at $25.335 after it also dipped to yesterday’s low at $24.04 with a higher high than Monday at $25.48. The US Dollar is down 27.9 points at 90.475, after it went up to 90.745 with the low nearby at 90.415. Of course, all this happened before the Comex open, during London’s trading time, and while the paranoid left thinks it needs to vet all military of Trump supporters before the supposed “most popular president ever elected” is sworn in at an inauguration no one can attend.

      In Venezuela, Gold is now priced at 18,385.98 Bolivar gaining 109.86 overnight with Silver at 253.083, increasing its value by 4.394 Bolivar. Argentina’s Peso now has Gold valued at 158,444.12 proving an increase of 1,537.58 overnight with Silver at 2,181.11, a gain of 46.44 A-Peso’s. Gold under the Turkish Lira last traded at 13,704.46 showing a 20.53 pull from yesterday’s quote with Silver adding 1.937 with its last price at 188.70.

      January Silver’s Delivery Demands have yet to change from last Friday’s numbers with the count at 196 fully paid for 5,000-ounce contracts and with the same Volume and prices as yesterday. Silver’s Overall Open Interest didn’t change from yesterday’s number either, leaving 168,919 in Open Interest, even though there was lots of Volume added during Monday’s trades.

      January Gold’s Delivery Demands are still at 353 fully paid for 100-ounce contracts, Friday’s count, this time with 4 trades occurring between $1,842.90 and $1,802 with the last buy, so far today, at the high. Yesterday’s 2 trades posted inside the Comex Deliveries (during London’s time) happened in between $1,834.20 and $1,802 with the last buy at the high. Gold’s Overall Open Interest is also unchanged from yesterday’s activity, even though there was lots of Volume, with the early morning count at 550,682 shorts to trade against the physicals.

      Veritas Video, has a Twitter insider who exposed Dorsey’s removal of almost all of Trump’s administration making the decision that the legally elected should not be heard, because Twitter has international standards, only they can justify. Twitter has also removed 10’s of thousands of others, but still allows Iranian ayatollahs and Chinese propagandists, to still remain active. Some are quite happy with the shutting down of one’s voice! Freedom of Speech just so happens to be the First Amendment, even if one doesn’t want to hear it. If Trumps words were really that bad, the people, that had attended all his rallies, over the last four years, would have left him, like viewers did with CNN, or Rachel Maddow after her “Trumps tax record failure”, or when Fox News did its thing Nov 5th. Even Greg Hunter had a few of his interviews removed by another branch of the Department of Truth (youtube), which included brother Bill Holter’s latest. Who’s next to be found guilty, without a hearing?

      Nancy Pelosi and team even went as far as impeaching Trump a second time. They are so certain he is guilty, they didn’t even allow an investigation to go first, like every single impeachment before Trump. Tomorrow is the day Joey gets sworn in, which has me wondering will those antifa and blm people that were photographed inside the capital building be there too? It’s now being said, the only way more than a thousand people would show up to a Biden inauguration, is to call in the national guard. Enjoy the show, get more Gold, and watch the events at home. As Always …

Stay Strong!

Jeremiah Johnson

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