Day 3

May 17 14:05 2018 Print This Article

The price of Comex Digital Gold isn't falling today but it's not moving higher, either. History tells us that this is just about what you'd expect on Day 3 of a Large Spec Washout.

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TF Metals Report is a blog and online community about the "end of the Great Keynesian Experiment." Craig Hemke shares his thoughts and insights as to precious metals trends and the financial markets.

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