• ThumbnailWhile the EU faces chocking debt crises across the Eurozone from Greece to France, Italy, Spain and investment declines amid repeated US-ordered economic and financial sanctions against Russia, the two Eurasian […]

    • William Engdahl is a political analyst who occupies the top tier of those who can comment knowledgeably on matters to do with Eurasia, along with few others, such as Pepe Escobar.

      It’s therefore doubly surprising, and disheartening … to see him follow Pepe into the trap of taking the new BRICS meme seriously… and therefore losing the…[Read more]

    • William Engdahl is a political analyst who occupies the top tier of those who can comment knowledgeably on matters to do with Eurasia, along with few others, such as Pepe Escobar.

      It’s therefore doubly surprising, and disheartening … to see him follow Pepe into the trap of taking the new BRICS meme seriously… and therefore losing the…[Read more]

    • @chivachiva.

      Thanks for writing the well balanced essay regarding the pivot to China and the New Silk Road.   Several thoughts are kicked off from reading your piece.  The history of railroad expansion in the US was one of moving through territory populated by native cultures and nations that took offense at this invasion.

      The captains of t…[Read more]

  • Ed, cut me some slack… I’ve argued the US has been in a depression since the financial market crash.  I simply wrote “economic funk” as a generic turn of phrase and it wasn’t even in the context of describing my take on the economy, but rather, that even government stats now show we’re in trouble.

    (“Even massaged US government data clearly …[Read more]

  • Goldcore has the price development sequence for yesterday evening incorrect.  Precious metals didn’t initially react to the Saudi Arabian attack because the access market was on HFT lock-down and it was only when Asian physical demand came into the picture that PMs moved.

    Here’s the documentation from SilverDoctors Facebook posts I made:

    [Read more]

  • ThumbnailThe Stacks Are Loaded Against Reform In Latin America.
    Currently Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, and Argentina are on Washington’s list of governments to be overthrown…
    !–more–

     

     

    TND Guest C […]

    • Ron Paul retired.  He threw in the towel.  Maybe someone like him will come along and run as an independent some day.  False flag assassinations are occurring everywhere.  Your wallet is a fully automatic economic weapon of mass destruction.  More Silver.

      • @AJ

        The latest being the Russian Opposition leader, can’t bring in regime change without owning the opposition. I’m sure Washington already knows who this will be. Very convenient to set it up as if Putin did it too….kills two polly’s with one stone (pun intended). Pretty blatant though, they count on the ignorance of the masses.

      • We got some rogue elements loose cannons bad boys running wild so to speak.  Fitzgerald said that power corrupts absolutely.  I say power makes you crazy. Just look at our guys as exhibit A. It’s kind of premature to say who got Nemtsov.  It wouldn’t surprise me.

    • I bet I can set my 18 kt golden Apple I Watch by observing the regularity of the USA Deep state sponsored revolutions and governments overthrown in Central and South America.

      It’s  Thursday
        Ooops, there goes Venezuela.

      Viva Revolution.  Viva IMF  Viva World Bank

  • ThumbnailThe omniscient Doug Casey has rather strident views about gold manipulation.  In a recent interview he declared, “The government doesn’t care about gold. … They don’t care about its price, and even less about […]

    • Eric  My only edit:

      The strident Doug Casey has omniscient views.  I used to subscribe to his periodicals but like many, he is half right in an all-wrong world.

      IMO the government is always concerned about silver–like a vampire is concerned with garlic.

      Gold is like  holy water

      I’d rather fail my Wasserman test than listen to Casey’s o…[Read more]

    • Casey is a smug, humorless, atheist. While investing teaches most people humility, Casey is a bloated, self-assured, know-it-all.

    • (Sticking tongue out at Doug)

       

       

    • I agree. Doug believes that his government is becoming dictatorial, even tyrannical, but doesn’t think they’d manipulate markets in their own self-interest. I suppose it’s essential to his well-being to believe otherwise. Still a good chap though with some good ideas.

       

       

    • The banksters probably don’t care what the price of Gold or Silver is.  So why do they manipulate the price then?  Umm….because they can?  Why does Casey say the earth is flat?  Maybe because he has a plantation in South America and the money to not care.  Getting back to the banksters not caring about the price and I’ve made this point before.  …[Read more]

    • “Casey adds: “I don’t believe in the conspiracy theories regarding gold price suppression. There’s zero credible evidence for it…”

       

      I really would like to hear Casey’s explanation for the massive numbers of paper gold and silver shorts that are dumped into the market at the most thinly traded part of the day.  This is a fact and it is WELL…[Read more]

    • “Casey adds: “I don’t believe in the conspiracy theories regarding gold price suppression. There’s zero credible evidence for it…”

       

      I would offer that facts do not depend upon the belief of any particular individual or even great numbers of individuals.  Facts are simply what IS.  Yes, one can choose to ignore the facts but that still does…[Read more]

  • ThumbnailAnd the cartel were afraid they were scraping the bottom of the barrel in remaining gold supplies after raiding Ukraine’s gold reserves….
    Science Magazine has reported there are an estimated 360 tons of gold […]

    • Who says you can’t eat gold?

    • Who says you can’t eat gold? Somebody must be.

    • Crap with a capital “C”, along with BOLD and underscored!!!!!!!

    • >>>Coney Island Waste-water Treatment Plant may hold more gold reserves than the NY Fed?

      LMAO … nice line!

      Dive in Jamie, time to actually earn a dollar.

    • Yep, as if this matters as a source of gold.  Hell, the ocean is FULL of gold but it is also quite dilute, so will have to wait until we have cheap fusion power to make its extraction worthwhile.

       

      Another possible method would be to use large submerged ion-exchange resin beds tethered in the current of the Gulf Stream.  These would require n…[Read more]

    • and one thing that nobody has mentioned… all the gold rings flushed down the toilet after failed relationships/marriages. seriously. i used to know someone who often went to sewage treatment plants to fill his trailer with sand/sludge for some panning. he found a fair few rings i can tell you. i’m sure most of the 360 tons is in this form, not…[Read more]

  • “Don’t worry Mario.  Merkel doesn’t know how to throw a punch – just a minor scratch.  She’s a drama queen anyway.  The next time you meet, deflation will be washing over Europe and she’ll flip-flop and actually beg you for more QE.”

  • Rory and I recorded this on Jan 21st, eight days ago.  I laid-out what was likely going to happen for the rest of that week and right up through today with the same high probability window of a cartel raid around FOMC that I also talked about on last Friday’s SD Weekly Metals & Markets program.  The first stage of the trading action played out l…[Read more]

  • Over the next two hours you are going to be submersed in the ongoing financial collapse.
    Eric Dubin, Managing Editor, The News Doctors joins The Daily Coin & provides a laundry list of forecasts that have already […]

    • Rory and I recorded this on Jan 21st, eight days ago.  I laid-out what was likely going to happen for the rest of that week and right up through today with the same high probability window of a cartel raid around FOMC that I also talked about on last Friday’s SD Weekly Metals & Markets program.  The first stage of the trading action played out l…[Read more]

  • TND News Round-up: Zooming in on some of the better “tweets” hitting Twitter.  If the “tweets” fail to load, hit the circular arrow on your browser to reload the browser.
    George Galloway, never shy to speak truth […]

  • @ticktoc – you are off-base and have no idea what my track record is.  Of course I make wrong calls.  Go back and read my Flying Wombat comments for the December 27, 2014 show (all of them) and perhaps you’ll come to understand what I mean by how professional forecasting works.  Making incorrect forecasts is part of the process, and the goal isn’t …[Read more]

  • This headline is over the top.  Gold would not have surged 40% even if the big D-man and Company launched 1 trillion Euro QE because this was an expected event (93% of market participants in a Bloomberg survey taken over the weekend through Monday indicated a view of ECB QE of at least 550 billion euros).  One never sees a 40% move with that kind o…[Read more]

    • Ed_B replied 2 months ago

      “Eventually” sometimes happens without any warning whatever… and sooner than we think.  When the US$ is devalued or collapses, I am sure that we will be treated to all kinds of newspaper articles from people who parrot the US Gov line of, “Who could have seen this coming?” and other baloney.  It is the stacker community who sees this coming and t…[Read more]

  • ThumbnailHere we go again.  The second Bush administration successfully used propaganda and spiked intelligence to fabricate vastly exaggerated claims that Saddam Hussein possessed an active weapons of mass destruction […]

  • Over the coming months, I believe we could see an economic meltdown at least six times the size of the 2007 sub-prime mortgage meltdown.
    Circumstances lead me to believe it could play out like the meltdown I experienced in 1998 after Long-Term Capital Management (LTCM) failed.
    This time, however, there will be several crucial differences that…[Read more]

    • I have a newsletter too.  Volume 1 Issue 1 was issued back in 2002.  The SilverHawk Report came out and said, “Put ALL your money in Silver and wait for the Dollar to become worthless.”  It was the first and last issue.  (LOL)

      How have you done since then?

      Looks like this will be our year.  The game ends before 2016 arrives.  Thank you Rabbi …[Read more]

      • quelle horreur !

      • “It has been a well kept secret over millennia that some of the most sacred scriptures of Western civilization were written as a movie script.  In other words, those theological ‘screenplays’ were written by men whose mundane knowledge and religious understanding were such that their descendants — over millennia — would ensure that the actual event…[Read more]

      • “It has been a well kept secret over millennia that some of the most sacred scriptures of Western civilization were written as a movie script.  In other words, those theological ‘screenplays’ were written by men whose mundane knowledge and religious understanding were such that their descendants — over millennia — would ensure that the actual event…[Read more]

      • “It has been a well kept secret over millennia that some of the most sacred scriptures of Western civilization were written as a movie script.  In other words, those theological ‘screenplays’ were written by men whose mundane knowledge and religious understanding were such that their descendants — over millennia — would ensure that the actual event…[Read more]

      • “Put ALL your money in Silver and wait for the Dollar to become worthless.” 

         
        “How have you done since then?”

        I have done just fine.  While others complain about the low prices of silver, I have been stacking on the cheap and adding many more ounces to my stack.  Also, it is very important not to lose sight of basic investing principles. …[Read more]

      • Jonathan Cahn will be interviewed today by Trunews. The interview will probably be released in 2 hours (around 5pm EST) on their website.

         

      • Jonathan Cahn will be interviewed today by <a href=”http://www.trunews.com/listen/”  title=”Trunews”>. The interview will probably be released in 2 hours (around 5pm EST) on their website.

         

      • Jonathan Cahn will be interviewed today by <a href=”http://www.trunews.com/listen/”>Trunews</a>. The interview will probably be released in 2 hours (around 5pm EST) on their website.

         

      • Looks like it’s available on YouTube now.

      • Ok. So the Shemitah is God’s punishment to the children of Israel for not obeying his commandments?  But, it seems to me that every event this clown mentions was caused by insane Zionist children of Israel and their satanic worshipping goy lackeys.  Soooo….and excuse me if I draw a long bow here…. wouldn’t it make sense to simply disestablish t…[Read more]

      • What a bunch of deceptive garbage from the good Rabbi. He’d never mislead gentiles about what’s really taking place, would he?

        I suppose Divine Intervention is one explanation for the odd coincidence of so-called Shemita’s and financial crashes down through the ages, but it’s certainly not one I’d ever buy. Alternative explanations are much…[Read more]

    • I’m just glad we are back to $18. Maybe I should raise my goals…haha

      • Why is it that so many of you jokers want to blame everything on Zionists? And for your information, Rabbi Cahn is a MESSIANIC Jew! That means he believes in Jesus, so stop with your ignorance, please… Also, his research makes every bit of sense in the world. If you were familiar with the word of God you would know this.

      • Why is it that so many of you jokers want to blame everything on Zionists? And for your information, Rabbi Cahn is a MESSIANIC Jew! That means he believes in Jesus, so stop with your ignorance, please…

    • “The result is a $14 trillion pile of corporate debt that cannot possibly be repaid or rolled over under current economic conditions. ”

       

      Should be called what it is …. a $14 trillion theft because at the end of the day,  it will be fleeced from the sheep.

      • Agreed… but it will be MUCH easier to fleece those who remain in the current banking / financial “system” than those who removed a good amount of their wealth from this system.  Anyone with the bulk of their wealth outside the banks has no fear of bail-ins or bank holidays, for example.

      • Yes.

        That is why I used the term “sheep” — as in those who remain complacent about their fiat denominated assets and the political and economic status quo.

      • Ed_B replied 2 months ago

        Sheep, indeed.  Suffering from terminal normalcy bias and other fatal afflictions.

    • Well well,  A#1 schill rickards to Sid the yid.

      True enought the tribe is calling the flock home… shemitah fun awaits.

      True enough if top troll rickards says it he is supposed to… every butt monkey in the game gets paid and on the way up and the way down.  It will be as he says to some degree as the info is fed to him. And I have no b…[Read more]

      • You are plain wrong about James Richards. I follow him pretty closely on Twitter, YouTube and other sources.  He has out right disdain for the Federal Reserve.   I can’t imagine the folks at the Federal Reserve would use him as a shrill.  You may not agree with all that he says but to call him a puppet of the government is just wrong.

      •  “He has out right disdain for the Federal Reserve.   I can’t imagine the folks at the Federal Reserve would use him as a shrill”…

        The new top-down imposed meme by which the dialectical circus gets everyone on board with their disinfo gives full bore to the criticism of  the Federal Reserve, central bankers, and the assortment of whipping boyz…[Read more]

      • Well I haven’t forgotten his Kaiser Report interview where he dances around regarding 911 and the insider trading. Guy is clearly a bankster-CIA shill, all I need to know. He’s not going to give you anything of value. The Alex Brown trading around 911 by Buzzy Krongard (CIA) is ‘irrelevant’ according to Rickards. If they weren’t directly involved,…[Read more]

      • I agree with Whiskey Zero on Rickards. His membership in the CFR disqualifies him from any credibility IMO. An open foe may prove a curse, but a pretended friend is worse. Rickards is an obvious banker scum shill.

    • As with everything on sites like this the key words are number 8 & 9 in the article, ‘could see’.

      Sure, we ‘could see’ it collapse tomorrow or in 2025 who knows.

      Of course, we ‘could see’ monkey’s fly out of my butt this year too.  I think the chance of that over a ‘meltdown’ is far higher.

       

      All that said………..KEEP [****] …[Read more]

      • Hi @PoorMansGold , Well I took your advice (in upper caps) yesterday and picked up a handful of mercury dimes at just below Spot, via yet another craigslist deal.  Ya gotta love it!

        ——————————————

        Now, here is an image for today – does the word ‘Algorithm’ mean anything?

         

    • Two people who left the paradigm are David Stockman and Paul Craig Roberts.  Each has solid intel and cutting edge essays that tell truth to the situation we find in the world.  Jim Rickards was an insider too and may still be somewhat on the inside.  But that does not diminish the message even if he is selling his books.

      His experience is le…[Read more]

      • @AGXIIK

         

        “I use the step staged collapse from 2006 to 2009 as my litmus test of what might happen,  as a cascade of bank and business failures culminated in the Lehman kill shot that saved AIG.”

         

        IMO, AIG was saved by the Fed and the US Gov because it was a nexus hub for many hundreds of billions worth of derivatives.  Neither the US …[Read more]

    • A quick PS from the front lines.  Jim talks about the $14 trillion in junky corporate and oil industry debt.  If $4 billion started the collapse of LTCM, and $2 trillion or so caused the sub prime mortgage meltdown, we have 2 new subprime debt variants.

      Government student loans totalling $1.3 trillion with 15-30% in some form of non p…[Read more]

    •  

      I think it is starting to rain really hard!

      • Yep & the Music is playing  & the tempo is getting  faster  &  faster  soon it will stop & we will get to see who has a chair to sit in ……..& who does not

    • My only quibble with Rickards’ piece is his suggestion that this could still take one or two years before the edifice finally crumbles. If you dissect his timelines, he notes that the it took 15 months for the Panic of 1998 to play out, and 11 months for the 2008 Panic to manifest itself. As leverage increases, I expect the timeline from the start…[Read more]

      • I still am just thrilled to see $18.

      • If I’m right — I know, a big IF — we may not have too much longer to wait.

         

        Agreed 

        I am looking at the end of July to beginning of September & then we will be looking at a fall & winter that will truly suck…… all down hill

    • My only quibble with Rickards’ piece is his suggestion that this could still take one or two years before the edifice finally crumbles. If you dissect his timelines, he notes that the it took 15 months for the Panic of 1998 to play out, and 11 months for the 2008 Panic to manifest itself. Because of increased leverage, I would think the timeline…[Read more]

    • No one except an insider could know when we are going to have a collapse.  I would not be surprised to see a collapse in 2015 but I am thinking that this is going to be slower than most believe.  Rickards is very conservative with his predictions in my view.  He normally doesn’t make pie in the sky sensationalist predictions.   I take people like t…[Read more]

    • Sooooooooooo happy to see $18 dollar silver. Happier than a pig rolling in $%#$! Glad I bought when it was $15, even when we were told it would go to $8 before coming back to life. I will continue to buy , buy, buy whether it is $8,$15, or $25. All because silver is “real” money and real money will hold the test of time and at maintain value…[Read more]

      • Ed_B replied 2 months ago

        “Happier than a pig rolling in $%#$!”

         

        I understand the sentiment but just to be clear, pigs do not roll in $%#$.  They do enjoy a nice cool mud bath on a hot day, though.  :-)

    • @Mammoth …….  Roger that.  Got a few more myself today.

       

      Some good deals going down on the auction sites.

       

      No joy on CL for me today, of course in my neck of the woods they’re more concerned about the latest hipster ferry fad than keeping themselves alive.

       

      And who edited my post!!!   We can have crazy nutty predictions al…[Read more]

    • @packingandstacking  I am happy that you are happy with your silver.  But, nothing is a sure bet.  There are many stackers who have been burned.  No one is excempt from this.  Cost Dollar Averaging is the most conservative way to buy silver.  And, you might want to score some gold as well.  Congratulations on your new investment and good luck.

      • Ed_B replied 2 months ago

        “But, nothing is a sure bet.”

         

        Absolutely right, Pollo.  That’s why it is called a “bet” instead of a sure thing”.  ;-)

    • Not much into Rickards, he’s slippery and too cute by 1/2…  But in an interesting coincidence of timing, a new Web Bot report is just out. Lots of fireworks predicted in the latest from Cliff High. Pertinent to pm’s, Au to double and GSR to halve by April/May? Ag $120 after a 600% rise… in the same time frame?

      All this and much more, …[Read more]

    • The problem is that all of his foundation spoken is based on the belief that America still has her gold.

      He will not address the issues with the hypothesis if America has NO gold.

      All, and I mean all,his conclusions would be very wrong if America has no gold.

      It is more than obvious to anyone paying attention that our gold was stolen by…[Read more]

      • Ed_B replied 2 months ago

        “It is more than obvious to anyone paying attention that our gold was stolen by Clinton/Bush.”

         

        Probably so.  But if so, then it is likely that this is what was used to buy the time to keep the charade going.  The problem here is that the damned charade is worth less than the gold… a LOT less, IMO.

    • The man seems brilliant but too slick for me, almost like a CIA agent or something. I like Schiff. Really like Schiff.

      • @tophat – That always bugged be about Rickards, too, that he refuses to consider that the gold is gone.

         

        @silversnout – Agreed about Schiff, seems genuine. I’ve read 3 of Schiff’s books and 2 of Rickards, and I alway have felt that Rickards was pushing the SDR.

      • @tophat – That always bugged be about Rickards, too, that he refuses to consider that the gold is gone.

         

        @silversnout – Agreed about Schiff, seems genuine.

    • first…he/they come up with around 14 TRILLION in skank paper just laying out there now..

      Part of this came from our screwball FED and their QE + Bail, etc… Part of it came from leverage.

      Which would beg the question: IF LEVERAGE…then, who’s ledger shows it???

      I’m thinking our main/big banksters… And, then, toss in some unknown Mtn…[Read more]

    • first…he/they come up with around 14 TRILLION in skank paper just laying out there now..

      Part of this came from our screwball FED and their QE + Bail, etc… Part of it came from leverage.

      Which would beg the question: IF LEVERAGE…then, who’s ledger shows it???

      I’m thinking our main/big banksters… And, then, toss in some unknown Mtn…[Read more]

    • I read the information presented by Jim Richards, but it will not get me closer to the objective even after purchasing his book?  Nothing against Jim, but Silverdoctors needs to have a grip on what is unfolding here!  This is a day old, yet this is from the horse’s mouth with Willem Middelkoop on Bail-ins, Cyprus, Bitcoins, real estate, Gold & S…

      [Read more]

    • I read the information presented by Jim Richards, but it will not get me closer to the objective even after purchasing his book?  Nothing against Jim, but Silverdoctors needs to have a grip on what is unfolding here!  This is a day old, yet this is from the horse’s mouth with Willem Middelkoop on Bail-ins, Cyprus, Bitcoins, real estate, Gold & S…

      [Read more]

  • @Vimy15 – The scenario you paint is indeed possible.  To be even more glum, the big war part of your equation could come earlier and driven by other, additional dynamics.  For example, a bigger conflagration growing out of the situation in the Ukraine or Syria could come first.

    China could sit with most of her US Treasury holdings remaining and …[Read more]

  • Great stuff:

    Will China Pull A “Switzerland” On The U.S. Dollar?
    TND VideoCast Spotlight:  Peter Schiff |

    http://thenewsdoctors.com/will-china-pull-a-switzerland-on-the-u-s-dollar-peter-schiff/

    • in my view, China will not de-peg until they make a few more strategic moves. Namely after an expected rise in the US dollar as a result of Euro QE, the Chinese may begin selling off more US treasury and bond hldings. Ultimately, they will announce their gold holdings and then they might allow for a free floating currency … But not until they’ve…[Read more]

    • @Vimy15 – The scenario you paint is indeed possible.  To be even more glum, the big war part of your equation could come earlier and driven by other, additional dynamics.  For example, a bigger conflagration growing out of the situation in the Ukraine or Syria could come first.

      China could sit with most of her US Treasury holdings remaining and …[Read more]

    • I don’t believe Swiss would do it just on their own. Rather, in my opinion ECB ‘suggested it’.
      I think at this stage of the game even Goldman’s puppet  Mario knows QE is not a solution in a long run. On top of it Germany is not exactly a great QE fun. QE could easily lead to many unforeseen ‘defects’. Germany could be easily tipped to make a ‘dec…[Read more]

    • I don’t believe Swiss did this just on their own. Rather, in my opinion ECB ‘suggested it’.
      I think at this stage of the game even Goldman’s puppet  Mario knows QE is not a solution in a long run. On top of it Germany is not exactly a great QE fun. QE could easily lead to many unforeseen ‘defects’. Germany could be easily tipped to make a ‘deci…[Read more]

    • I don’t believe Swiss did this just on their own. Rather, in my opinion ECB ‘suggested it’. I think at this stage of the game even Goldman’s puppet  Mario knows QE is not a solution in a long run. On top of it Germany is not exactly a great QE fun. QE could easily lead to many unforeseen ‘defects’. In effect Germany could easily be tipped to make a…[Read more]

    • i think the swiss did it for them. cheers. the swiss know which side of their bread will be buttered on, in the not to distant future. think about for a few.

    • The Chinese need to pull the plug let’s get this over. Will it be ugly -you bet but hopefully we can start fresh.

    • Imagine the carnage if the Swiss had not used Diebold Voting Machines and had voted PRO-GOLD???

      Just de-pegging the Frac from the Euro-Trash-Cash did 30%, going with Gold could have doubled the Franc?!?

    • @Henasau

       

      “I don’t believe Swiss did this just on their own. Rather, in my opinion ECB ‘suggested it’.”

       

      An interesting angle on this but why would they do this?  The EU benefits mightily from SNB buying of euros and this will end that.  One would think that this would not be on their list of things to instigate.

       

      “Swiss Franc …[Read more]

    • My angle and point I wanted to make:

      This is race to the bottom with currency devaluing at its center. Swiss frantic Euro buying since the peg was established in 2011 supported Euro value.

      I have no doubt QE in Europe will happen but before Yellen will take over the button from Europeans, the Euro should be truly in the toilet to give more e…[Read more]

    • My angle and point I wanted to make:

      This is race to the bottom with currency devaluing at its center. Swiss frantic Euro buying since the peg was established in 2011 supported Euro value.

      I have no doubt QE in Europe will happen but before Yellen will take over the button from Europeans, the Euro should be truly in the toilet to give more e…[Read more]

    • Some of us remember when the euro was equal to about $0.85, so seeing it slide to $1.15 from about $1.40 a couple of years ago is not a terrifying event.  It IS an event for concern, however, as it is one of the major fiat currencies out there.

       

      The so-called “race to the bottom” in currency values is, indeed, a fool’s game and like all …[Read more]

  • There’s a clear path that Greece and the EU can take that will *not* set-off a derivatives chain reaction.  I will explain later – not enough time to write at the moment.  But this can very easily be the best thing to happen for Greece in the long-run and not cause a problem.  More later…

    • Well if Ted Cruz got into an accident and bashed up his face, it would probably help his looks and make him look less creepy and smug.

  • Here’s the GDX trading on Friday.  I forgot to send this chart to Doc.

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