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There Is Something Gold & Silver Must Do Before The Rally Can Begin In Earnest

Amazing.

The war cycle is in line with the news cycle, and it’s even in line with the market cycle.

You see, when market negative news hits the tape, it could wreak serious havoc on the markets, and as such, it’s always best to have market devastating news, like, oh a war, happen on a Friday, wrapped up by Saturday morning, so that by the time markets open Sunday evening it was as if nothing had happened.

Just amazing.

On Saturday I warned that gold and silver would be sold coming off of the “mission accomplished” news.

That’s exactly what happened.

They might even succeed in smashing silver back down below the 50-day moving average:

In fact, I’m expecting it.

Perhaps my negativity today is just what we need to get these metals turned around?

Now I’m not capitulating by any stretch of the matter, I’m just tired of people talking about all the great things President Trump has done, how by spending billions of dollars the U.S. doesn’t have by launching 103 missiles into a country Trump said was not our business to be in, and after everybody thinks President Trump has made American Great Again, just have faith in the plan, etc.

What I see are President Trump supporters getting sold down the river.

And I voted for him. I believed what he said because he actually said some truth bombs during his campaign. And he knows gold, and actually said good things about gold as he was a candidate.

But now?

I dunno.

I see Trumps supporters disillusioned as they’re getting sold down the river. You see, half the country was sold down the river on the Obama Hopium, and now it’s time for the other half.

But I digress, this is not political commentary but market commentary.

But it does have a point: What has been solved geo-politically?

Gold & silver feed off of geo-political tensions, yet we can go from launching air strikes on a Friday to selling gold & silver on a Sunday night because everything is all good now?

Even gold sold off last night:

The over all rally remains in place, however, and as weak as it may be.

I’m beginning to think we’re not going to see the metals rally until we get to multi-year highs.

It’s funny to think of 2016 as multi-year, but it is.

So in that regard, gold really needs to close above $1377:

Call it $1380 before the really really gets going.

Check out the volume on Wednesday. There were not many days with heavier volume. Also notice the increasing volume. It just goes to show how much paper they have to throw at gold to keep the price in check.

Anybody who doesn’t understand that these markets are manipulated, as in the price is suppressed, I recommend going to the U.S. Treasury Department website and reading for yourself the stated as a matter of fact public policy of intervening in foreign currency and gold markets, among other shady interventions they do not have to disclose.

I’m not convinced silver needs to break $20 for the rally to begin in earnest, however:

You see, gold has put in several 52-week highs over the last year, but silver, well, we know the pain of the sideways channel.

I think that once silver gets above $18, then the rally can begin in earnest.

It might begin if we can get above $17.50, but last April 17th we peaked out at $18.65 intra day.

For now, the extremely painful $16.20 to $16.80 range, and we’re right smack dab in the middle of it. So we’ll see.

Before we get on to the other markets let’s pause to look at some fundamental factors affecting markets this week.

First we know Trump is all about the fact that he already made America Great Again, even if I don’t see any real positive changes.

Our President is quick to point out that he’s doing great things:

Even if he is re-Tweeting Deep State Praise of him:

But back on point.

There’s two parts to the collusion. One part is the government, and the other is the central banks.

So on the fundamental front, what to see?

Let’s count the first few days of the week:

I come up with seven.

And on Thursday/Friday:

There’s three more.

That’s an average of two Regional Fed Head speeches per day.

There’s a term called “Jawboning”, which means the Fed is on their “talking points” getting messages across to the makets in an attempt to move them and prep them in certain ways.

So fundamentally, between President Trump and the Fed, we have plenty of market moving rhetoric, as in stock market supportive rhetoric.

Back on track.

The gold to silver ratio is still stubbornly high:

It does look like a top is forming, and if the roll-over continues, than slowly but surely we’ll see the ratio come back down. For now, the arbitrage play is on.

Palladium looks promising:

A close above the 50-day moving average would actually be a decent way to start out the week.

Although platinum put in a “bearish engulfing” candle overnight and into this morning:

So what we are seeing is mixed signals in the precious metals.

Interestingly, as gold & silver were lower overnight, so was the dollar:

If gold & silver are the inverse of the U.S. dollar, one of them is wrong. We’ll see, but if the dollar is right, then that means lower gold & silver prices are wrong, which means we should see the metals starting to turn up.

If investors are all the sudden “risk on” this should start tuning up too:

That’s the yield on the 10-year and it goes like this: As investors see uncertainty and turmoil in the world, investors buy bonds, which bids up the price of the bond (and lowers the yield), but if investors no longer see any need in a “flight to safety”, then they would sell bonds which would bid down the price of the bond and bid up interest rates.

And if interest rates rise, that could wreak all kinds of havoc on the stock market, because the yield on the bond becomes more of a “risk-free” reward than the risk trade of investing in equities.

So we’ll see. We still haven’t seen the all-important, psychological level of 3.0% yet.

But for now the stock market is just trying to get up to its 50-day moving average:

I still wouldn’t want to be long this market, because it is still overvalued.

Interestingly, with all that has happened in the world, volatility of coming down:

However, if 20 is the new 10 like I think it is, we should start seeing volatility rise once again, and when it does, things could get interesting.

Finally ending with the commodities we see the outlook is mixed.

Copper has risen overnight and into the morning:

Although we’re still not out of the clear of copper’s roll-over.

But crude has faded overnight and into the morning:

Many are saying crude is fading because the fears of a large scale war are alleviated, but I would suggest that crude has been on the rise ever since last summer.

We put in a new high on Friday.

And that was before missiles started flying around, when our President even planted the seed of doubt that they would be flying around:

Which serves as evidence to the fact that rising oil prices and inflation is a thing, and not a symptom of Syria, which started and ended all within the course of a week (from “chemical attack” to “mission accomplished”).

I guess what I can’t grasp is, and what somebody can hopefully get me to understand in the comments below, is that President Trump understands the concept of false flags.

So even if he was bombing Syria to appease the Deep State, why can’t he call it out for what it was?

I ask it in this context: What would be best for the country?

Bombing based on lies or facing the Deep State head on?

But I digress, It’s not my place to know politics, but rather, to know that politics has an effect on markets, and because we knew they would hit the metals on Sunday, so it’s like getting ready for a punch to the face. You know it’s gonna suck, but you still have to brace for impact.

Well see how this week goes.

If I’m right, we need about $30 in gold and $1.50 in silver so that the mainstream will understand that this rally is for real. If the mainstream finally understands the rally is real, it could start off the epic short squeeze of the silver specs everybody is looking for.

The question is how much paper will the cartel just feed into the rally?

If last Wednesday is any indicator, it will be a crap-ton.

Stack accordingly…

– Half Dollar

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Gold and Silver Are Chipping Away at the Cartel’s Wall of Resistance

Looking at the calendar this week, we’ve got some good old-fashioned Fed jawboning most days:

A double dose of Kashkari starts the week, but come Hump Day we’ve got Bullard and Mester on deck.

The big event, however, happens this Friday:

On Friday, the Bureau of Lies Labor Statistics releases the March BLS Jobs Report, also known as Nonfarm Payrolls.

Wednesday we will get a taste of March job creation with the private sector compilation in the jobs situation, known as ADP, so we must be on guard on come Wednesday and especially Friday because Jobs Friday is one of the favorite times the cartel loves to smash. Especially since the data release comes out a whole hour before the market opens.

The cartel can really muscle a thinly traded market at that time.

The point of the fundamental factors this week is this: The cartel will look to chip away here and there where it can.

Helping the cartel, for at least one more day, is the fact that while the U.S. is back open for business, much of the world in all hemispheres is still closed in celebration of Easter.

However, helping the case of the goldbugs and silverbugs, is that in the United States, sector rotation could be on, and if so, gold was a top performer last quarter, so we could see increased demand this week before the rally. Said differently, investors, especially institutional investors, my finally be coming on board with a stock market that was down for the quarter, and if those institutional investors are coming on board, they will want to be on board before the rally.

Sorry for the long-winded run around there.

Looking at the action in the pre-market, however, things are looking good to start the morning:

We’ve been so beat up that it’s hard to get excited a bout strength in the pre-market hours, but I’ll take that strength because we’re every inch of ground made this week is going to be hard fought.

On the gold to silver ratio we can see we’re still above 81 across the board:

Many people have been questioning whether we will be going back down, but I don’t even think it’s a question. The gold to silver ratio has to come down.

The natural ratio is 15-20 to 1, and the “out-of-the-ground” ratio is about 9 or 10 to 1.

On the daily, we can see that gold has been chipping away at the 50-day overnight and into the morning:

Hard fought.

The cartel has been unable to get the break-down in gold they’ve wanted, and gold was one of the top performing assets of the quarter, so what the cartel has been able to force is a correction over time instead of price.

That said, if there is a break-out this week, I would say the break-out is coming to the upside.

The rally was denied last week after I called the bottom two weeks ago, in a way so the cartel and their agents could paint the tape to close out the quarter, but interestingly, last Thursday, gold held and refused to go lower.

Very bullish, as if it was putting in a reversal, and by the bullish showing overnight and this morning, it does look like the break-out case is strong this week.

Silver still has some work cut out of it before the white metal can get above its 50-day:

Although same thing with silver, silver held on and refused to go any lower last Thursday, and today silver is looking bullish to open the week.

And we do know, at some point, silver will catch up to gold in terms of performance and overtake it.

That will be a sight to see when it happens.

Here’s the chart of silver’s under-performance I put up last Friday for those who missed it:

With the tight “allowable” trading range the cartel has forced on us, between $16.20 and $16.80, it’s not hard to see how silver’s under-performance painfully agonizing.

Palladium has its own problems to worry about:

Palladium held on for so long before finally losing the support of the 200-day moving average.

We really want to see the 50-day start turning up again so as not to put in a death cross.

Platinum is right in the same boat:

Platinum has got to get above its 200-day, and start working on reversing that nasty, confirmed bearish trend.

Like I said, it will be a hard fought week, chipping away at the moving averages is what we should be rooting for, in addition to the break-out we’ve been looking for over several weeks.

Let’s just call it what it is: These are not freely traded markets.

Just remember, the issue is that the cartel can smash as much as they want, but gold & silver are real, and it takes massive amounts of energy and work to get them out of the ground and smelted into a purity to be used either in industry, jewelry, coin or bar form, so there are limits to the smashing.

It’s not just like dollars that can simply be printed up or double clicked into existence at will.

So the smashings will go on until the cost of production (supply side) forces the price to rise, or because of constraints in they physical market (demand side) where the dreaded “s” word becomes a factor (the “s” word being “shortages).

Speaking about cost of production, crude looks to be setting up to test its recent high from back at the end of January:

If the price of crude oil goes to $70, which I think it could do in short order, then it will become blatantly obvious to all the mainstream financial pundits and the central bankers that inflation is actually a thing.

When crude oil passes $80, there will be no denying the inflation story.

Copper is also grinding it out keeping in theme this week with chipping away for every inch of chart it can:

After spending over a week below the 200-day moving average, copper looks like it could be above the 50-day in short order if it gap-opens on additional days this week.

Speaking of weak (the other kind of week):

The U.S. dollar index has been basically range bound between 89 and 90 for several months now. It has been at the upper end of the range for longer, but today will be a test.

We’re looking like we’re set-up for a bounce off of the upper resistance, which would put the dollar headed back down to the lower end of the range.

Since riding the upper end of the range for so long and failing to really break-out, I think the more likely scenario from here is a break-down in the dollar. Looking at the sideways channel, we can see that if the dollar breaks-down, that would be bullish for the metals, and by the swings in the foreign exchange markets on a regular basis, moving from 90 to an 88 handle could happen by this week.

The wild card, as always, is the Exchange Stabilization Fund (ESF). We don’t know when they’re trying to support the dollar and when they are going to let it fall.

If President Trump is looking to at least rock the boat on international trade, then it stands to reason that the ESF would want a weaker dollar to give the U.S. a competitive edge on exports. Just know that this is the theory. In reality, what we see is a competitive “race to the bottom”.

Here’s the drop in yield over the last week which was notable:

We’ll have to keep an eye on yield.

Rates should be going up because, oh, let’s see here:

  • US deficit spending
  • Tax cuts causing lower tax revenue
  • $1.3T Omnibus Spending Bill
  • Fed not purchasing U.S. paper
  • Fed rolling over/unwinding U.S. paper
  • China, Japan, et. al selling U.S. paper

So a flight to “safety” lowers rates because of the bid it creates on the demand side.

But there’s a problem with that flight:

The market bounced on Friday.

So we’ll be watching the interactions of the bond market and the stock market closely.

The VIX has settled down somewhat, where 20 is the new 10:

We haven’t seen a spike in volatility like we did in early February.

Here’s a question: With the quarter over and 2nd quarter rotations beginning, but with U.S. markets closed on Friday and many world markets closed today, is it possible that some investors, especially big investors, are caught off guard on their rotation strategies?

I think that’s possible, and if it is, we could see another spike in the VIX this week if I’m right.

Finally, the technical analysis looks terrible on Bitcoin:

We’ve got three lower-highs and two lower-lows, looking to confirm the bearish trend, definitively, with one more lower-low. I wouldn’t touch Bitcoin with a ten foot pole here, even though I couldn’t, because it’s digital nothing.

But the point is the technicals look terrible for everybody’s favorite crypto.

And there are no fundamentals for it.

Caveat emptor.

Stack accordingly…

– Half Dollar

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New Insider Insight Feature: Trevor Loudon Outs The Shadow Government

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New Insider Insight Show: G. Edward Griffin Dissects The Deep State

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THE PASSING OF RADIO’S MOST ICONIC WOMAN

THE PASSING OF RADIO’S MOST ICONIC WOMAN
Friends,

A great woman, leader, visionary, Freedom Fighter and friend , Linda Hughes, has passed away. Linda was the General Manager of WAAM Talk 1600 as well as the only Woman owner of an independent radio station in the United States. She fought a courageous battle against the ravages of cancer.

She beat cancer years ago only to develop a recurrence of the cancer a number of months ago. She and her devoted husband Terry ( Thayrone X)  threw everything they had at the terrible disease 24-7. Linda was relentless in her determination to give everything she had to defeat the disease a second time while she continued her Freedom Fighting efforts at her beloved WAAM radio station.

Linda was responsible, some would say to blame, for me having a radio show. Eight years ago, Linda walked up to me after a presentation I had given at an event and asked, “Have you ever thought about doing a radio show?”  I told her “yes…. but for me to do a show I have to have full editorial control and no one will agree to that.” She looked at me and said, ” I will…. let’s sit down and I will sign a letter that grants you full editorial control…. no exceptions.” Linda sat down, wrote a letter, signed it….. I signed it…. and Operation Freedom was born. She has been a relentless supporter of my efforts and my show.

Linda was a charismatic, kind, caring, intelligent and gifted warrior who inspired every person she encountered in life. I close every show with the phrase….” Dream Big & Dare To Fail”. Linda lived and implemented that phrase every day of her life and motivated every person she met to do the same.

I miss her so much and so will Our country and world. The Freedom Movement lost an Iconic leader today. Please keep her and her devoted husband, Terry ( ThayroneX) in your thoughts and prayers.

Attached is a photo of Linda and Thayrone when we attended a Chris Janson Concert Event.

Dave

Time to stand against obstructionist insurance company nonsense- real life insanity from the trenches

Published with permission from Dr. Kris Held M.D.

 

Insanity reigns, and we must dethrone it. Today, a precious new patient sought my care. She is 28 and was perfectly healthy until 10 days ago when she developed a headache and then rather suddenly started to lose vision in her left eye. She was scared and waited a day or so hoping things would get better, but they’re not, they’re worsening. She confided in her mom who brought her in to see me, based on the recommendations of friends. I’m an M.D., a board certified ophthalmologist, having completed 4 years of college, 4 years of medical school, an internship in internal medicine, a three year residency in ophthalmology and ophthalmic surgery, 5 years on faculty as an attending physician at the medical school, and 23 years in private practice.

 

The patient and I engaged in a patient-physician relationship, and I obtained her medical history and examined her. This dear patient needs an immediate work up to make a definitive diagnosis, so that appropriate treatment can be implemented before she loses her vision or worse. She is worried, and so are her mom and I. According to standard practice, I arranged for her to have an immediate MRI scan of her brain. This is where the where the obstruction to her care began. The obstructionist is Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS), her “insurance company.”

 

BCBS will not authorize her MRI, because she is an HMO patient and has not seen her assigned “PCP” (primary care physician). If you have a BCBS HMO plan, you must see your PCP before BCBS will cover anything- even if deemed indicated by a board certified specialist. Your designated PCP is your gatekeeper, and there are no exceptions. She has not seen her PCP since having the BCBS HMO policy, because she is 28 and healthy. Apparently BCBS randomly assigned her a PCP, but the physician listed could not be located today, and no one was “on call” for her. In fact, the number listed seemed to be out of business. It just rang and then disconnected time after time. Sadly, there is a scarcity of PCP’s, and it can take months for a patient to get an appointment. Often, PCPs listed by the insurance companies are not actually “in network”, not accepting new patients, not in town anymore, not even in business, or not even practicing medicine anymore. My staff spent hours today trying to ascertain this PCP’s status and obtain authorization for the MRI, to no avail. I called and spent over an hour on hold and talking to various levels of BCBS employees working my way up the ladder through non medical personnel to finally speak to a nurse (God forbid I should get to speak to an actual physician colleague), who tried to get her manager to approve my patient’s MRI. This was all a massive waste of time as BCBS was unyielding. I was told all the usual things, sorry, this is policy, there’s nothing we can do, and even “maybe next time she won’t get the HMO plan.” I was informed all our conversations were being recorded for quality purposes, and I was glad. No one would believe the irrational nonsense I had to endure at the hand of these non-physician BCBS obstructionists without the recordings to prove it. At the end of the day, in spite of my pleas and appeals for rational behavior and ethical care, BCBS said NO, AKA- patient be damned, and screw you while you’re at it.

 

My patient can go to the emergency room tonight, and get the MRI at thousands upon thousands of dollars extra and hours upon hours of waiting and NOT seeing a specialist, and that will be covered. What a waste of valuable resources and abuse of the patient. The MRI I, a specialist, scheduled for this afternoon will not be covered. Further, BCBS negotiated a fee for the MRI of over $4000.00. The patient’s deductible is high. She will have to pay thousands. Ironically, I am an “out of network” physician. I will not enter into agreements with “insurance companies.” I only enter into agreements directly with my patients. I negotiated directly with a local imaging center a fee for the MRI at a fraction of the cost- $350.00. Much to my surprise, the radiologists’ practice has just been purchased by a 3rd party venture capitalist group, and the fee has increased to $550.00 and growing. Still, $550.00 is much less than the $4000.00 BCBS negotiated. This is all on big hot mess.

 

My patient went home with her mom. She is worried sick and asked me for sedatives to get her through the night. I refused, tried to reassure her, and gave her marching orders. If she suddenly gets worse, she will got to the E.R. BCBS will pay thousands of dollars extra, but the MRI will get done, and she will get actual medical care. It’s all a crapshoot now. God willing, she will make it through the night, and I will literally beg a colleague who is listed as a BCBS “in-network” provider to see her tomorrow to sign off on my (the specialist to whom he would have sent her in the first place) orders for the MRI. We’re hoping it helps that her mom went to high school with him, and I can name drop that to get her in before a few months. Then BCBS will hopefully authorize the MRI. It will most likely cost the patient significantly more money, but will at least “apply to her deductible.” Again, this is all convoluted, irrational, and unethical.

 

I am fed up. I can’t play this game. Patients will be harmed, and no doubt patients will die needlessly, because of insurance “policy.” For the second year in a row, the life expectancy in the USA has gone down- what does that tell you about the corporate practice of medicine? I accused BCBS of malpractice and the unethical obstruction of indicated patient care. I can’t sleep, because I am worried about my patient and angry that the tail is wagging the dog in the name of “universal coverage,” which is a scam, garbage, especially if you bought the HMO plan. And just know this, the ACA, MACRA, and the cascade of failed federal “healthcare” laws, rules, and regulations are all part of a top-down, government scheme for HMO’s on steroids, now called ACO’s (accountable care organizations) or APMs (alternative payment models). It is one giant insane mess. This mess benefits the insurance companies and the central planners. I will continue my fight for this patient in a few short hours. I pray she will get through this ordeal- a medical fiasco, pot stirred and fire stoked by BCBS, and its unethical, rigid, nonsensical, wasteful policies.

 

I call on my physician colleagues to refuse to put up with this anymore. They can’t do it without our consent. I call on my patient colleagues (we are all patients, I have cancer among other things- how about you?) to demand the insurance companies deliver. We are paying these companies thousands upon thousands at the individual and family levels and hundreds of billions at the national level to do what- obstruct, delay, deny, ration our care for their bottom line? Just think of the money from interest alone they make on a month of delays and denials. This insanity must stop. If all physicians would give the few remaining insurance companies a 90 day without cause severance notification tomorrow this would end in short order. Patients must stand up to the insurance companies too. Patients must read the fine print and know what they have signed up for and agreed to. Lawsuits against the obstructionist, rationing insurance companies will be essential. The time is now.