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By: Michael Ballanger - 26 May, 2016

Calling for a correction since March-April has allowed me to seesaw back and forth but as we have all been arguing and sniping and chirping over the next $100 move, the gold price has moved sideways in perhaps a $50 band while the bankster banditos have raided the vault. With gold printing $1,235 this morning and the Commercials short roughly 300,000 contracts, on a notional basis, every $10 down move is a $300 million improvement on a marked-to-market basis. More importantly, support lines on everybody's charts are breaking like wind at a bean-eating contest, so this week could easily be a nasty one. Full Story

By: Nathan McDonald - 26 May, 2016

Carl Icahn and George Soros are two incredibly influential and well respected investors who have recently turned against the markets and taken on large short positions. These investors, as I have recently written about, are forecasting doom and gloom in our future and envisioning a time of collapsing prices in the markets. They should not be ignored, nor should they be dismissed. Full Story

By: Gary Tanashian - 26 May, 2016

Meanwhile, let’s leave the article with a look at the sensitive inflation indicator, silver vs. gold. It is a nice inter-market companion to the early economic signal in the Semi sector. The daily chart of Silver-Gold has been flagging down to support. Has it found support yet or will silver correct further vs. gold? An open question, but what is near certain is that if an inflationary phase is to engage Silver-Gold will once again rise. So keep it in view. Full Story

By: David Haggith - 26 May, 2016

Canada’s temporary oil supply interruption could go away as quickly as Libya’s did, causing the supply glut in the US to build at a quicker pace. US refiners also still have 10,000,000 barrels of crude in floating storage in the Houston area. And US oil rig count finally ended eight consecutive weeks of free fall, holding flat last week. Nigeria’s production, which helped pick up oil prices when it fell due to attacks on Nigeria’s pipelines, is already returning toward normal. Full Story

By: Gary Christenson - 26 May, 2016

Time from high to low in the 2000 cycle was 931 days – about 2.5 years. The 2007 cycle was deeper and quicker – 511 days or about 1.4 years. Assume the range for the 2015 cycle is longer than the last cycle, since it appears to have an extended and rounded top – so guess that high to low takes about 2 – 2.5 years – which suggests a low about 2017Q2 – 2017Q4. Full Story

By: Sol Palha, Tactical Investor - 26 May, 2016

Central bankers wanted to put the fear of God into the masses and to a large degree they have succeeded in doing so; the masses are so afraid that they continue to hoard their money and refuse to put into the market, and that is why this Bull-Market is the most hated in history. Nine years and counting and you would think by now they would have surrendered these false beliefs as the Bears have been decapitated, and the naysayers are hiding in the woodwork. However, ignorance, like stupidity knows no limits and continues to trend upwards; if there were a way to invest in stupidity it would be an easy way to score a home run. Full Story

By: - 26 May, 2016

A very enthusiastic Goldseek Radio listener applauds the show for having The Forecaster, Martin Armstrong as a guest. Long time listener and regular caller, George is increasingly concerned by Keynesian and Monetarist policies. The host agrees, finding parallels with current policymakers and the myth of King Canute, who was purportedly confounded by his own hubris, convinced he could command the tides. In similar fashion, economic policies cannot command the economic waves. In principal the methods are useful only for short-term, emergencies as first proposed. Full Story

By: Steve St. Angelo, SRSrocco Report - 26 May, 2016

The Royal Canadian Mint just published its Q1 2016 Report, and the silver bullion coin sales figures were stunning to say the least. Not only did sales of Canadian Silver Maple Leafs surpass its previous record during the third quarter last year, it did so by a wide margin. Full Story

By: Andy Sutton - 26 May, 2016

Our bottom line is not to point fingers or accuse, but to issue a challenge to everyone – ourselves included. The challenge is not to pin your personal financial situation or the earning of your daily bread on advertisers, clicks, or sales. The challenge is that we all stay true to the courage of our convictions and speak them – loudly. It might sound old and cliché, but as events progress, we are living in more and more dangerous times. Full Story

By: Rick Ackerman, Rick's Picks - 26 May, 2016

GDX recouped all of Wednesday’s early-morning losses to close up on the day, but not before doing some damage to the daily chart. The 21.94 intraday bottom exceeded an important ‘external’ low at 22.37 (see inset) recorded on April 25, generating the first bearish impulse leg of daily-chart degree since mid-January. The effect would be compounded if the decline surpasses yet another key low at 21.30 without an intervening upward correction. Full Story

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