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The Short Position in GLD Jumps Over 17 Percent

The short position in GLD also rose, from 1.027 million troy ounces, up to 1.204 million troy increase of 17.24 percent.

The Return of Stagflation

Putting an extra $14 trillion on top of normal government spending into a $20 trillion economy is a massive sugar high. It wasn’t a free lunch by any means; the national debt went up accordingly. But it still had a short-term stimulus effect.

New Crackdowns Threaten Economy as Inflation Rages

Metals markets are caught between fears of Federal Reserve tapering and the forces of inflation. Price levels continue to rise in the U.S. and around the world.  

Money Printing, Inflation, Gold and Silver

It’s my predilection to believe that the Fed not only will not taper but will eventually be forced to increase the amount of money it is printing, I believe we’ll see the mining stocks outperform the general stock market by a wide margin over the next 12 months.

A Gold Whale Surfaces

Compelling data in recent Commitments of Traders (COT) reports point to the emergence of a very large buyer in COMEX gold futures -- as many as 40,000 COMEX gold contracts, the equivalent of 4 million ounces of gold.

Not Transitory

Now is definitely NOT the time to give up and dump your physical precious metal and/or your mining shares. Instead, you must believe your own eyes and intellect. Inflation and stagflation are here to stay..

The Inflation/Deflation Debate Wears On

If the Continuum continues we’ll see yields halt at or about the red limiters before some future exploration of the deflationary downside once again as the current inflationary operation unwinds.

Fed Caught in the Jaws of Stagflation: Times of Trouble for Stocks or Bonds or Both

The problem, of course, is that the Fed must continue monetizing 30% of debt issuance to keep interest rates from surging and wrecking the economy.

Tour the Bank for International Settlements Exhibition to Discern All That's Missing

While the BIS no longer may be assisting war criminals, by helping to suppress the gold price, and thus the prices of all commodities -- the primary exports of the developing world -- and by destroying free markets..

How The Fed Is Pumping Up Stocks - John Titus

The Fed and many economists like to pretend the Fed Reserves are not inflationary. John explains how that is all intentionally hidden from the public.

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