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Ranting Andy Hoffman believes that the commercial short position is so out of hand that a short squeeze could occur. One must wonder about the wisdom of trying to cap silver at $35 and gold at $1800 all in the name of trying to re-elect a president that appears beyond redemption. Sunday night's sentiment attack occurred exactly the same as the raid two weeks, to the minute! So much for free markets. But we're at a point where it just doesn't matter. It's Idiot versus Idiot, so pick the one you dislike least, or better yet, vote for Gary Johnson.  

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Direct download: Andy_Hoffman_10-08-2012.mp3
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Financial Survival Network host Kerry Lutz interviewed by Elijah Johnson of Unconventional Finance. They discuss fraudulent financial markets, rigged rates, as well as gold & silver prices. Kerry answers questions about waking up to the financial corruption inherent in the economic system, and speculates about a potential drop in the markets.

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Direct download: Elijah_Johnson_10-08-2012.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:21pm EST
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Hello again! We're broadcasting from Sunny South Florida. We made the move and couldn't be happier. A two mile walk in the morning is great for your host's semi-arthritic knees. And the weather, while we've had some rainy skies, has been wonderful. We talked about the Romney-Obama debate. While we seldom ever stray into the world of politics, this is a notable exception. It's kind of like you discover this beautiful person one evening, they appear to have everything, but you'e in a dark restaurant and can't see the whole picture. Next time you meet in broad daylight and you can't believe it's the same person. Well that's what just happened to America. 

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Direct download: TLR_211_10-07-2012.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:17pm EST
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Val and Mo got back to investing in stocks. They're always ready to show you more value opportunities and have another 3 picks that look quite good. Computer Programs & Systems Inc. (CPSI), PetMed Express, Inc. (PETS) and Pioneer Southwest Energy Partners L.P. (PSE), a master limited partnership that's sporting an 8 percent dividend. The drink is flowing as always and so are their interesting takes on investing and the world economy. Perhaps they're a little too optimistic about the improving economy and the end of the great recession. We've never seen any indication that it was over. 

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Direct download: Value_Guys_10-02-2012.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:07am EST
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The Mercinary Geologist ,Mickey Fulp, joined us for our monthly market review and analysis. QE3 worked wonders for the US and Canadian stock markets. It's amazing what a little money printing can do to make people feel more wealthy. We also saw a brisk increase in the metals markets with gold up and silver up quite nicely. Platinum was the all star performer, due largely to labor unrest and violence in South Africa. Uranium took a major hit, as more buyers switched to long term contracts. This was surprising in light of what appeared to be improving market dynamics. Finally, crude oil was down a bit, but nothing major. Natural gas is held its own, but long term supply in the States is still a negative price factor. Stay tuned, we're about to start a quarterly market review. 

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Direct download: Mickey_Fulp_10-02-2012.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:34pm EST
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The Corbett report was one of several internet radio shows that helped lead to me to the Financial Survival Network. James is so easy going, natural and friendly, he's just a pleasure to talk to. We're of similar opinion on the global financial melt down and believe that serious changes need to be implemented before it's too late. And I get a little bit into the new book coming out in a couple of weeks and where I got my fundamental distrust of government. It's a generational thing. Government has been lying to us all since the beginning of time. And at times like this, no truth comes out at all, just a non-stop stream of lies and distortions. 

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Direct download: Corbett_part_2.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:00pm EST
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Ranting Andy Hoffman speaks about the strike down of Comex position limits by a DC Federal Court. No surprises there. There's no one left in the marketsm, except poorly veiled government traders-who are working non-stop to keep the entire thing afloat. The physical market for precious metals appears to ready to another rise. $1800 for gold and $35 for silver are important numbers. Once they're exceeded, no one can anticipate where they'll wind up at. Certainly things in Europe and the US as well as the rest of the world are not providing any one with encouraging news or prospects for economic growth. And of course, we're in October, always a fun and volatile month for the markets. 

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Direct download: Andy_Hoffman_10-01-2012.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:08pm EST
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