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  Thursday Edition:   November 26, 2015

Triggers in USDollar Collapse
By: Jim Willie CB

To be sure, groups of oil rags are accumulating in the Western financial basement. They await an incident to light them on fire to produce the grandest bonfire in modern history. Many incidents, events, and decisions created the current broken untenable wrecked set of conditions that together comprise the structural breakdown, upon which systemic failure is witnessed each day. The 1990 decade saw the creation of bank derivatives, which compensated for Western bank system insolvency. It was the dirty secret in backfire from a decade of outsourcing US industry to the Pacific Rim. The refusal by Greenspan to permit a recession early in the 2000 decade interrupted a normal housing correction, and initiated another credit stimulus.

Bonds not destined to crash in 2015
By: Sol Palha

Bonds traded as low as 151-12, fulfilling the first requirement; the next stage calls for a rally that could take bonds to as high as 155. After, that bonds are expected to trade below 151-12 and as low as 147 before a tradable bottom takes shape. For now, the bond market is catering to the twaddle that the Fed is going to embark on a rate hiking program.

If You're Out of the Room, You're Out of the Deal
By: David Smith

There's a saying in the resource sector investment community regarding whether or not a person might be privy to a good private placement or the inside scoop on a company that's working on a lucrative gold or silver project. The saying goes: “If you're out of the room, you're out of the deal.” As the day comes closer when the precious metals turn to the upside in earnest – well before the public mania phase alerts everyone on the planet to the potential – we could confront an event which moves the precious metals upward so quickly and violently, that people don't have at least a core holding beforehand will be left standing at the proverbial station. That train might not just pull away, but instead launch down the rails like a rocket.

Be Careful Out There
By: John Mauldin

Commodity prices are plunging, the dollar is powering higher, the yield curve is flattening, ObamaCare is collapsing, global trade is plummeting and terrorism is spreading across the globe. The high yield credit markets are sending distress signals and 10-year swap spreads are negative. Energy companies are going out of business faster than you can say “frack” and trillions of dollars of European bonds are again trading at negative interest rates. The world is drowning in more than $200 trillion of debt that can never be repaid while European and Japanese central bankers promise to print more money and the Federal Reserve is being dragged kicking-and-screaming into raising interest rates by a paltry 25 basis points.

Gold and Silver Market Morning: Nov-26-2015
By: Julian D.W. Phillips

New York closed at $1,070.60 down from $1075.40. In Asia prices were lifted to $1,172. 45 as the dollar slipped slightly, still below 100 on the dollar index. The LBMA price setting fixed it at $1,072.50 up 30 cents on yesterday’s LBMA price setting. The dollar Index did not make it through the 100 level and now stands at 99.82 down from 99.96 yesterday. The dollar is at $1.0615 down from $1.0593 against the euro. In the euro the fixing was €1,008.81 down from yesterday’s €1,012.23. At London’s afternoon gold was trading in the dollar at $1,073.00 and in the euro at €1,010.74.

Yet More Rigging By Big Banks – This Time It’s Interest Rate Swaps
By: GoldCore

Time and time again over the last number of years the largest global banks have been found complicit in the manipulation of key rates, indices and markets. Now, a large and important pension fund has taken the largest of banks to task and filed a class action lawsuit alleging conspiracy to thwart competition and extract large fees and margins from the vast and critical interest rate swap market. The banks “have been able to extract billions of dollars in monopoly rents, year after year, from the class members in this case,” the suit states.

  Wednesday Edition:   November 25, 2015

Gold Seeker Closing Report: Gold and Silver End Mixed
By: Chris Mullen,

Connecting the Dots: Kiss Christmas and Retail Stocks Goodbye
By: Tony Sagami

Ask The Expert - Steve St. Angelo
By: Steve St. Angelo, SRSrocco Report

Will JPM Dump Physical Silver Into the Next Price Rally?
By: Dr. Jeffrey Lewis

One More Lower Low?
By: Avi Gilburt

By: Steve St. Angelo, SRSrocco Report

Gold Market Goes Quiet – Do We Hear The Echo Of The Bottom?
By: GoldCore

Gold and Silver Market Morning: Nov-25-2015
By: Julian D. W. Phillips, Gold/Silver Forecaster - Global Watch

  Tuesday Edition:   November 24, 2015

Gold Seeker Closing Report: Gold and Silver Gain With Oil
By: Chris Mullen,

A rotten Turkey for Thanksgiving
By: Bill Holter

You Can’t Eat Gold or a Debt Sandwich
By: Gary Christenson

Is Gold on the verge of a breakout?
By: Sol Palha

Switzerland Gold Export China October 29t, +34% m/m
By: Koos Jansen

Mid-East Change: Oil and Gold Rally Catalyst
By: Stewart Thomson

How 4,000 Roman coins found buried in Swiss orchard reinforce gold ownership today
By: Michael J. Kosares

Janet Yellen Responds as a Central Banker Would
By: Gary Tanashian

Another Look at the Gold Price Drop of 6 November
By: Keith Weiner

Stock Market Warning: a MAJOR Sell Signal Has Hit
By: Graham Summers

The scandal isn't what's illegal -- it's what's perfectly legal
By: Chris Powell, Secretary/Treasurer, GATA

The Holiday Season: A Nugget of Gold or a Lump of Coal?
By: Mickey Fulp

Silver Prices and The Management of Perception
By: Dr. Jeffrey Lewis

What We’re Paying Attention to Following the Paris Attacks
By: Frank Holmes

Gold Resource Corporation Declares November Monthly Dividend
By: Gold Resource Corporation

Gold and Silver Market Morning: Nov-24-2015
By: Julian D. W. Phillips, Gold/Silver Forecaster - Global Watch

Global Bond Markets: Where Did All the Liquidity Go?
By: GoldCore

  Monday Edition:   November 23, 2015

Gold Seeker Closing Report: Gold and Silver End Modestly Lower
By: Chris Mullen,

Trouble Is Brewing in the Paper Markets for Gold and Silver
By: Clint Siegner

The Wages of Savings Is Debt
By: David Bond

Reuters Spreads False Information Regarding The Chinese Gold Lease Market
By: Koos Jansen

SWOT Analysis: Gold Stocks Looks Disproportionately Cheap Relative To Gold
By: Frank Holmes

Dr Copper, the economy and the Stock market no longer dance to the same tune
By: Sol Palha

Is a 13 or 15 Handle Next for Silver?
By: Keith Weiner

Very Strange Indeed!
By: Bill Holter

Gold and Silver Market Morning: Nov-23-2015
By: Julian D. W. Phillips, Gold Forecaster

Soaring Global Debt – The Reality Check in Numbers
By: GoldCore

  Sunday Edition:   November 22, 2015 Radio: Dr. Paul Craig Roberts and CEO, Eric Fier, and your host Chris Waltzek

The Economic Impact of Evil
By: John Mauldin

From Good Delivery bars to Kilobars – The Swiss Refineries, the GFMS data, and the LBMA
By: Ronan Manly

The Chartology of Deflation
By: Rambus

PM Sector Big Green Light and Low Risk Entry Setup
By: Clive Maund

SHANGHAI vs COMEX: Opposite Moves In Silver Inventories
By: Steve St. Angelo, SRSrocco Report

Bracing for Another Breakdown in Gold Miners
By: Jordan Roy-Byrne, CMT

Consolidation Nation
By: Warren Bevan

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 Low|High 1.38228   1.38566
 Change -0.0011   -0.08%
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 Bid|Ask 0.66229   0.66236
 Low|High 0.66189   0.66254
 Change 0.0003   0.04%
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 Low|High 1.32908   1.33069
 Change 0.0006   0.04%
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 Bid|Ask 6.3936   6.3946
 Low|High 6.3795   6.3968
 Change 0.0045   0.07%
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 Bid|Ask 1.06124   1.06133
 Low|High 1.06008   1.06137
 Change 0.0006   0.06%
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 Bid|Ask 66.57   66.57
 Low|High 66.323   66.665
 Change 0.247   0.37%
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 Bid|Ask 122.609   122.618
 Low|High 122.583   122.724
 Change -0.025   -0.02%
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 Bid|Ask 16.5635   16.5714
 Low|High 16.551   16.5699
 Change 0.0013   0.01%
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 Bid|Ask 1.52242   1.52277
 Low|High 1.51992   1.52272
 Change 0.0017   0.11%
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 Bid|Ask 65.691   65.855
 Low|High 64.84   65.843
 Change -0.08   -0.12%
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 Bid|Ask 14.27874   14.29754
 Low|High 14.24958   14.28364
 Change 0.0033   0.02%
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 Bid|Ask 1.02342   1.02357
 Low|High 1.02337   1.02415
 Change -0.0002   -0.01%
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