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Wednesday
Mar142012

Is the Greek Debt Problem Really Solved?

 

Jim Sinclair

The following is a missive that we received from Jim Sinclair today, who is the host of a web site called Jim Sinclair's MineSet in our humble opinion its well worth the time spent on reading what he has to say. The above link will take to his site and his updates via email are free, so you have nothing to lose by signing up for them.

My Dear Friends

If you were to talk to the intelligencia of the street you would be treated to the following. I do and I know.

1. The US economy is reaching escape velocity. 

2. The equity market is now rising on #1 and liquidity is no longer the key ingredient. 

3. The fact that gold did not go to $2000 on the Greek default means gold is tired. 

4. The dollar is strong on all of the above.

The fact is there is not one ounce of truth in the above.

1. No account is taken for the savings of $40 billion not spent on utilities on the East coast for the winter that was not. Seasonality will soon factor into statistics, bringing them more toward a mean. 


2. Without liquidity as a primary factor, the general equities market will go into severe reaction also due to weak internals that only stimulation can overcome. 


3. The figures concerning the Greek debt and CDS activation are total fabrications invited by US management due to an election year tolerance for whatever might help. 


4. The dollar this year will cave for reasons few understand. That is sundering of its use as an international settlement mechanism on a weekly basis.

Look for the long term cash buyers of gold to defeat the lower estimates of price that you will hear blasting out of the top callers, bears and seekers of your subscription money.

Pull the rock over your hole or go for a long walk. As always avoid margin like a disease.

Regards, 
Jim


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