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  1. Goldhedge

    'El Chapo' Guzman's cartel smelted gold to sneak drug profits out of US

    'El Chapo' Guzman's cartel smelted gold to sneak drug profits out of US Published time: 6 May, 2016 Mexican drug cartels apparently find it difficult to launder money made in the US. Sending cash through banks is more difficult, so 'El Chapo' Guzman's Sinaloa cartel turned its drug profits...
  2. Scorpio

    China steel, iron ore futures dive as demand worries batter commodities

    China steel, iron ore futures dive as demand worries batter commodities SHANGHAI/SINGAPORE | By Ruby Lian and Gavin Maguire A worker walks past a pile of steel pipe products at the yard of Youfa steel pipe plant in Tangshan in China's Hebei Province in this file photo dated November 3...
  3. Scorpio

    Fundamental Picture For Silver Has Changed

    video at link guys: Fundamental Picture For Silver Has Changed…In a Good Way: Thomson Reuters GFMS May 05, 2016 Guest(s): Erica Rannestad Thomson Reuters GFMS Silver has finally caught up to gold’s rally, with prices hitting 15-month highs earlier in the week, and according to one analyst...
  4. Scorpio

    The Party’s Over in Alaska

    The Party’s Over in Alaska With oil revenue off, Alaska may be out of savings in two years. Jennifer Oldham Reprints May 6, 2016 — 4:00 AM CDT On an early morning in late March, a Beechcraft turboprop plane takes off from Juneau, Alaska, the only U.S. state capital not accessible by...
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    Oil prices jump as China imports soar, Canada fires still burn

    Oil prices jump as China imports soar, Canada fires still burn By Jenny W. Hsu, Ben Dummett , and Chester Dawson Published: May 9, 2016 6:40 a.m. ET Market absorbing dismissal of Saudi Arabia’s oil minister Getty Images Oil prices were higher on Monday, boosted by strong crude imports...
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    The Gold Update by Mark Mead Baillie

    The Gold Update by Mark Mead Baillie --- 338th Edition --- San Francisco--- 07 May 2016 (published each Saturday) --- www.deMeadville.com "Gold and Silver Stressed by their Test" Whence we left you a week ago, Professor Marché has now posted the test results for Gold and Silver, (and with a...
  7. Scorpio

    Misreading the CoTs, Again

    Misreading the CoTs, Again 05/06/2016 | Jordan Roy-Byrne, CMT | Editorials, Featured Nearly two months ago I published a video in which I discussed conventional CoT analysis and the mistake many investors might make assuming Gold and gold stocks would undergo a big correction. The fact is a...
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    Little talked about

    Is the destruction also of the dem party in progress, As these dimwit dems run further and further to the left with their phony a$$ crap, they run further from their votes, They too are dying from rot, dying from within, Last time thru, oatasama was the supposed change party, and they didn't...
  9. Scorpio

    1,700 years ago, the mismanagement of a migrant crisis cost Rome its empire

    1,700 years ago, the mismanagement of a migrant crisis cost Rome its empire Quartz Annalisa Merelli 14 hrs ago © Provided by Quartz "The end of all humanity, the end of the world." On Aug. 3, 378, a battle was fought in Adrianople, in what was then Thrace and is now the province of...
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    Decision time for FBI on Clinton

    Decision time for FBI on Clinton The Hill Julian Hattem 7 hrs ago The FBI investigation swirling around Hillary Clinton's presidential run appears to have entered the final stages. Many of the former secretary of State's key aides have been interviewed over the course of the last...
  11. Scorpio

    Turns out strategic mortgage defaults weren't really strategic

    Turns out strategic mortgage defaults weren't really strategic Russ Wiles, The Arizona Republic 7:32 a.m. EDT May 7, 2016 (Photo: Getty Images) One of the interesting things about the housing bust of several years ago — interesting in retrospect, not so fun at the time — was the many people...
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    Why the jobs report could spur the next bull market in gold

    Why the jobs report could spur the next bull market in gold Alex Rosenberg | @AcesRose Friday, 6 May 2016 | 1:34 PM ETCNBC.com Gold was enjoying a substantial jump on Friday, after a disappointing jobs report made traders more skeptical about the prospect of the Federal Reserve raising rates in...
  13. Scorpio

    China's exports and imports fell more than expected in April

    China's exports and imports fell more than expected in April By Kevin Yao 7 hours ago Chinese cars wait for export at a port in Dalian, Liaoning province October 15, 2012. REUTERS/China Daily/File Photo BEIJING (Reuters) - China's exports and imports fell more than expected in April...
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    The only map you need to see to know the Arctic is the next major frontier

    The only map you need to see to know the Arctic is the next major frontier Jeremy Bender Global warming has increasingly led to the melting of Arctic ice. And, as the ice melts, the world's last true backwater will become a hotbed of global geopolitical competition. The following map...
  15. Scorpio

    Monetary Liquifaction, Gold And The Time Of The Vulture

    Monetary Liquifaction, Gold And The Time Of The Vulture Darryl Robert Schoon Posted May 06, 2016 Liquifaction: ... 3: conversion of soil into a fluid-like mass during an earthquake or other seismic event, 4: inability of flooded capital markets to absorb additional capital without destabilizing...
  16. Scorpio

    Syrian Kurds Blow Up ISIS Truck à la “Mad Max”

    Video of the Day: Syrian Kurds Blow Up ISIS Truck à la “Mad Max” By Savannah Cox on April 28, 2016 If you thought “Mad Max”-esque moments can only occur with the help of CGI, think again. On Monday, France24 uploaded a video showing a group of Syrian Kurds attempting to blow up an...
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    EU Plans $290,000 Per Person Fine on Countries Refusing “Fair Share” of Refugees

    EU Plans $290,000 Per Person Fine on Countries Refusing “Fair Share” of Refugees; Case For Brexit Crystallized 04 Wednesday May 2016 Posted by mishgea | May 4, 2016 2:35:30 | Economics The European Commission plans fines of $290,000 per person on countries refusing to take in their fair...
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    China’s debt problem is bigger than you think

    China’s debt problem is bigger than you think MarketWatch By Sue Chang, MarketWatch 5 hrs ago China’s bad loans are many times worse than what the official data are claiming, and the Chinese authorities do not have a strategy to tackle the problem, according to the latest research from...
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    The San Andreas Fault Is ‘Locked and Loaded,’ a Leading Seismologist Warns

    The San Andreas Fault Is ‘Locked and Loaded,’ a Leading Seismologist Warns Simon Lewis Time May 5, 2016 View photos “The springs on the San Andreas system have been wound very, very tight" A leading earthquake expert has warned that a section of the San Andreas Fault in Southern California may...
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    Markets At Crossroads: Huge Moves Brewing In Stocks And Gold

    Markets At Crossroads: Huge Moves Brewing In Stocks And Gold Thursday, May 05, 2016 by Taki Tsaklanos of InvestingHaven.com Seldom have we seen so many assets and indicators at decision points simultaneously! We see stocks, gold, and the U.S. dollar trading at extremely important levels, all...