GDX: Short Sell, Set-Up

11:50 a.m., EST

Gold miners back at it … about to ‘Up-Thrust’

The daily GDX chart is almost self-explanatory.

Price action spent about seven days in spring position before finally getting up enough energy to launch. The past two trading days have been essentially straight up.

Straight up that is, into known resistance.

This site’s not part of the hyperinflation crowd. It’s too easy to jump on the bandwagon, get the clicks and then say it’s all ‘manipulated’ when price action does not follow the narrative.

The (market) truth is and has been for a long time, gold and the miners are not yet confirming hyperinflation.

Buying gold/silver, gets more ‘clicks’ than buying food and showing everyone your freeze-dried plastic packs.

Since you have chosen to monitor this site, you have also made a choice to access information that’s not comfortable; information that may challenge (or even change) already held beliefs on how it’s all supposed to go down.

Case in point: With each passing day, it becomes more clear that food (Genesis 41) and the ability to create it, will come first as one storehouse of wealth.

Gold and silver will come … but only after nearly everyone has had it stripped from them (not advice, not a recommendation).

As of this post, GDX, is pushing through the resistance level shown in the chart.

How it behaves if/when it contacts the 38% level, will let us know if a downside reversal (up-thrust) is in the works.

Stay Tuned

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Silver … Heading Lower

2:41 p.m., EST

‘Short Squeeze’ is Over

Those getting that ‘uh-oh’ feeling with their precious metals hoard, being first to recognize the error (not advice, not a recommendation) may be out in front; liquidating to buy storable food, water filtration, protection and power.

Since there’s so much injection ‘resistance’ does anyone really think it’s over?

Next step, starve them out.

Taking a cue from the late Zig Ziglar; he would start his presentations by telling the audience the one that needs to listen most closely, the one who needs to heed (and follow) his advice most, was himself.

‘Walk the talk’ … which he did.

I personally have some silver … even some gold. However, I am following the Biblical (Genesis 41) standard of where we are (again, not advice, not a recommendation).

If I had a massive ‘stack’, there’s a risk I would begin to trust in the ‘riches’ themselves.

All that’s needed is some kind of ransom or cyber attack at major trucking centers to effectively shut down the food supply.

Its already happened with gasoline distribution … trucking companies would be child’s-play.

Here’s a presentation on just how quickly food becomes the main, if not the only consideration when supply lines break down.

The daily close chart of SLV, shows the possibility of a measured move lower to 18.0 – 18.50, area.

The caveat is, once a reversal like that gets going, the hyper–inflationists are going to get very nervous.

Then, if there’s another ‘infrastructure’ event, we could see a mass panic liquidation. The next chess move (food supply) would be obvious; the stackers would be ‘check-mated’.

Russian Ready:

Is it a coincidence the new Russian jet fighter is named: шахматы

That’s pronounced “Shock … ma … Tee” (Check-mate)

They’re standing by while the enemy continues to (intentionally) weaken its own defenses.

Recall, the Russians do not have a ‘diverse workforce’.

Not sure what the Russians would want with a pathetic soy-boy enclave of woke-ness.

Maybe they would feed them to the Chechens. 🙂

Stay Tuned

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Random Notes

The usual suspects for the week.

No. 1

You can’t make this stuff up.

CDC declares PCR test unsuitable for identifying ‘The Speck’.

For those new to this site, it’s called ‘The Speck’ (to avoid censorship, and) as a spoof from Horton Hears a Who … the speck on the clover

The speck on the clover represents how big the supposed ailment really is … virtually non-existent.

Back to the CDC.

Screen-shot of website, below:

Actual link to the website, is here.

Turns out Dr. Coleman was right (never doubted him). It’s just the re-branded, seasonal flu.

One more brick in the wall for biotech.

No. 2

You’re going to need a root cellar.

The No. 1, item shows the wheels already set in motion.

If the available data is even half-correct (pathogenic priming), it will be years, if not decades before the oscillations from this event dampen out.

So, it’s prepare for the long game.

Here are two links (here and here) describing effective, low cost root cellar designs.

No. 3

Here we go again.

It’s back to Mask on, Mask off and what the ‘experts‘ say.

What variant are we on now … Epsilon?

No. 4

Quote of the week:

You have to go where the food is as it wont be picked packaged or transported. Without food everything else is irrelevant.

The big “joke” is that people actually believe the plandemic is over when is is only just getting going, they have seen to that.

Normal is never coming back so the sooner people REFUSE to participate in what is being forced on us the faster we may have our lives back.

Unfortunately an overwhelming majority are not able to think for themselves and eventually lapse into insanity due to the psychological warfare they voluntarily watch every day.

Link to the above quote (posted in the comments) is here.

Yes, ‘Without food … ‘ How’s that stack of silver coming?

No. 5

Think like a Texan

J.P. Sears, shows us how it’s done.

No. 6


If it gets to bartering, Glenfiddich is the most recognizable and available 12-yr old Scotch.

No. 7

Administering The Mark

If it really is the mark, it’s nice to see ‘the church’ has become so deceived (and vile), they are helping lead the effort.

The video above, shows someone that’s collapsed just after injection; right on the steps of ‘the church’.

“And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.”

Time stamp 0:02 at this link confirms the location.

No. 8

Let them eat trash

Incompetence runs the city.

Brokerage firm Schwab’s headquarters has officially pulled out of San Fran for Dallas … anyone else left?

If we’re really in the first stages of ‘balkanization’, it’s clear that Texas will be a major player.

No. 9

The one difference between ‘Conspiracy’ and fact, is ‘Time’.

No. 10

Food prices surge … supply chain about to break (if not already).

At time stamp 8:49, J.B. reports that food prices in Lebanon have increased 670%, in about two years.

Coffee futures moving up as a result of crop failures in Brazil.

If you already have precious metals … great.

If not, they may be about to come on sale in exchange for food.

Stay Tuned

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The Unprepared

1:57 p.m., EST

South Africa Food Lines

The video at this link paints the picture.

Let’s use the images in that video and get deathly serious for a minute.

Imagine yourself walking up to one of the people in line, asking this rhetorical question:

“How’s that stack of silver?”

It’s no secret to anyone that’s been monitoring this site, we’re using the Biblical model (Genesis 41) for the current environment (not advice, not a recommendation).

That is: Corn and Grain (food) first … then gold and silver.

At first it seemed like a quaint alternative to the non-stop hyperinflation (no thought required) rants to continue ‘stacking’.

Now, it’s different. Now, it’s getting serious.

You won’t see that kind of line outside the bullion dealer.

Moving on to the markets at hand … once again, biotech:

LABD (SPBIO) Analysis:

After yesterday’s LABD behavior, the logical thing to do would be to put the stop at the session low.

After all, that low was just below the lows of the previous day. Good to go, right?


It’s wrong because that’s what everyone would do. It looks like from today’s action, that’s what everyone actually did.

Recall that price action is automatic.

If there are too many stops all bundled up at one location, the orders will (automatically) be generated to go that that spot.

LABD price action penetrated the daily lows at a deeper level early in the session.

In the process, it penetrated well defined support which in turn, puts LABD, in spring position.

That’s where we are now.

Springs are usually tested.

If price action can hold above the support boundary, expectation is for a rally to at least the top of the range: ~ 24.50 – 24.75

Stay Tuned

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Gold Channel … Down

10:47 a.m., EST

Contact points confirm channel

Gold (GLD) heading lower

The two hits on the right side channel line provide confirmation of the trend.

An expanded version of the daily is below:

So far, we’ve had the blockage of the Suez Canal. Auto parts being sent to the bottom of the ocean off Japan. ‘Mysterious’ grain silo fires destroying harvested crops.

But wait, there’s more. This just in:

A fire has destroyed the largest grease plant in the U.S.

If transportation is shut down as a result of cyber attack, fuel pipelines off-line, no grease to lubricate the wheels or any number of other (planned … and don’t think there’re not) events, the last thing that’s going to help get anyone through, is a ‘stack’ of inedible metal.

It’s no secret this site’s been using the Biblical precedent of Genesis 41.

That is: Grain and Corn come first … then gold and silver.

The ‘stacking’ public has got this message reversed. Of course, this is not advice or a recommendation.

However, for those that can see, it’s so obvious the goal is ‘controlled demolition’ of the supply chain. All of it.

We’ll put everything back to ‘normal’ if you just get injected.

Meanwhile, biotech IBB, and SPBIO, have both posted a new daily low.

IBB is poised to penetrate the resistance area identified in this update, and come back to test the wide bar.

If that happens, we have a Wyckoff up-thrust in play. More analysis of biotech to follow.

Stay Tuned

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Gold, The Big Picture

The bottom line for gold is: Retrace, lower

No-one in the inflation camp wants to hear that … it’s uncomfortable to face the potential of being so wrong.

Albeit wrong in the short term but probably right later … after it’s too late. More on that farther down.

Just like the lazy (and complicit, we might add) financial journalist publishing the standard (speck blaming) propaganda for the day, so too are the hyper-inflationists, jumping on the most popular bandwagon in town.

Not even considering the potential for a retrace; admittedly, which could be short and sharp but significant nonetheless.

This site has presented several times, we’re in a situation similar to that of Genesis 41. It’s the corn and grain first … then gold and silver.

Just to back that up a bit before getting to the charts, we have the following:

Crop failures world-wide

Systematic destruction of the food supply chain

Systematic elimination of farms and viable (for millennia) ranching practices.

Solar minima activity (decreased sun-spots) causing erratic weather patterns, shifting growing zones; even as far as sub Sahara, Sudan.

Those so focused on stacking metals will likely be using that stack to pry much needed food, food staples, seeds and fertilizer out of the hands of those not willing to sell … at any price.

Why are the oligarchs not worried about the ‘little guy’ stacking metals?

Because there’re going to make it irrelevant … at least for just long enough to completely bankrupt, starve or ‘inject’ the middle class.

Moving on to the charts:

The title header said ‘big picture’. Here we are with monthly gold charts going back to the 1950s, time-frame.

It’s been a long … long bull market. It appears to have made a top at ~1,972 and is retracing … if only just a bit.

The second chart is the one that gives us pause. Consider the potential for a more substantial pull-back.

Markets like to retrace and test. It’s what they do.

That second chart is scary. It’s plain, the 760 – 780 area is a long time (monthly) support level that goes all the way back to 1980.

Absolutely no-one expects, or is planning for gold to get back to $800/oz, or lower.

Think of the irony. The ‘stackers’ (and maybe the rest of us), having to exchange actual money, gold and silver, for worthless fiat just so they/we can buy food to stay alive.

After the middle class stackers have exhausted their metals hoard, that’s when gold and silver will launch into the next bull phase.

It has been done this way (keeping the peasants under control), literally for millennia. The method works … why change?


The intent here, is to at least recognize the possibility for the above scenario. It’s clear and becoming more clear every day, food is the weapon of choice.

The objective is to have enough food ahead of time; be in position to take advantage of once-in-a-lifetime metals prices should that opportunity be presented.

Stay Tuned

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Another Brick … in Biotech

4:36 p.m. EST: Updated with additional data below in red

10:26 a.m. EST:

If the adverse event database can be trusted (a question in itself), the number of people recently injected with ‘speck’ protection, has fallen off a cliff.

The April 16th update linked here, had this to say:

“You would think it’s just a matter of time before this reaches some kind of tipping point; where enough of the herd realizes all at once, the lie.”

The abrupt halt in reaction uploads would indicate a jump in collective awareness the ‘speck’ is a lie … just in time for the next ‘event’ (likely to be food supply or cyber disruption).

Before we get to any market analysis, there’s one more thing concerning biotech … the masks.

Since investigative reporting has been usurped by controlling entities pushing false narratives, information now has to come from the individual(s).

That data is typically in raw form; unlike the slick presentations (i.e. lies) we’ve grown used to on the mainstream.

It’s now up to the researcher to do the leg-work on what’s real or not.

However, this link, appears to be above-board. Download the file if your viewer will not work.

A medical professional has investigated (internet rumored) mask contamination and has found disturbing results.

She is visibly shaken by her findings … probably realizing for the first time, the level of evil that’s directing controlling interests, world events.

She can’t fathom that someone would intentionally put parasites in a product that’s being pushed by the mainstream for us (and children) to wear ‘two … or three’.

Unfortunately, that’s where we are.

This author knows for a fact, a certain big-box home improvement store, handed out boxes of these same (type of) masks ‘for free’ to its employees.

When those employees for the most part, refused to wear them …. it then became a corporate directive, subject to termination.

Most of those employees eventually replaced the paper with a nylon-based covering. However, looking at the video, it seems like just one exposure to the paper masks is enough to inflict unknown levels of harm.

Intentional parasitic contamination … one more brick, in biotech.

Update: A contrary opinion is here:

Harmless textile fibers.’

You’ll have to make your own call. Both sides (parasites non parasite) are presented in this update.

Since the author of these posts has never worn a toilet-paper mask (or any mask), what’s on them does not apply from a personal standpoint.

Nonetheless, many in the public can be seen using this type of so-called protection.

Either way, the technical condition of biotech remains …

Moving on to the markets:

The chart of LABD (3X Inverse SPBIO), continues to move higher.

Our project position is being maintained (see table) and the stop has been moved up as shown:

Obviously, there’s a lot going on in the markets and elsewhere. There’s no telling when or if it will all break loose.

No matter; If that happens, we’re positioned (not advice, not a recommendation) in a market that’s already moving lower … pushing LABD higher.

Stay Tuned

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Corn in New Trend, Higher

1:53 p.m. EST, Yesterday’s update finished with this:

To wit, CORN has just pivoted to the up side in a new trend; rising at over 437%, annualized.

If and when this news hits the mainstream press, it’s likely to be painted as ‘signs of inflation’.

It’s easy to be a lazy mainstream financial press writer these days.

All one has to do, is write some financial drivel and blame ‘The Speck’, inflation or climate change for the crisis du jour.

There … done.

The next day will be the same. Except maybe we’ll throw in something about the direction of interest rates; how they too, are somehow controlled by ‘climate change’. There … done.

The hard part then, is to dig into actualities.

What’s really going on.

As the systematic dismantling of the food supply infrastructure continues, prices will naturally rise. There’s plenty of documentation supporting this assessment.

The best site identified thus far, that includes supporting data is

Moving on to the chart:

It’s never been the same for CORN since the Drecheo of last year (highlighted below).

After the drecheo, CORN moved steadily higher. It then morphed into a trading range around mid-January this year. Then, on April 31st, there was a major breakout to the upside.

We’re now trending at above 430%, annualized.

The dashed arrow on the middle of the chart is the exact same trend. The right side arrow was just copied and moved over to the middle area.

Markets have their own characteristics.

At this point, CORN’s characteristic is to trend, rise aggressively (dashed arrow), go into a range, then break out higher again (solid arrow).

With that, we can expect at some point for CORN to go into another range … but it’s not guaranteed. Panic may set in way before that.

My frim is not trading the grains but using them as a proxy for how much time is left to prepare. At this point, it looks like time’s very short.

All we need is another mid-west (growing area) weather ‘event’ such as an unexpected freeze or persistent flood; launching corn and grains to nosebleed levels.

That would give the oligarch’s their chance to sell it as ‘climate change’.

It is, in a way:

However, they’re the ones making the climate.

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Finally, Inflation Shows Up

Its been nearly twelve years exactly since the market bottom of March 9th, 2009.

At that time gold tracking fund GLD, was trading around 90.

Today, it’s at 167, a gain of about 85%.

Gold futures for April ’21, closed this past Friday at 1,777.4

Either way, it’s a far cry from the $10,000/oz. that has been bandied about for what seems like forever.

Prices for energy and food are rising because of reasons not discussed in the financial media.

That media is certainly not going to educate the public.

In turn, that public has shown there’re certainly not going to educate themselves. If they were awake, news channel ratings (in the link) would be at zero.

Unfortunately, this time around, the game’s up.

The ongoing collapse will decimate those who refuse to wake up and will probably take some of those who are, with them.

Which brings us to the so called inflation, at hand.

What can be said? We can call it lies, misinformation, propaganda but none of those really get to the root.

Input prices are rising not from inflation, but from supply constriction and disruption.

For example, the corporate (big-Ag) food supply chain as reported on many times, is intentionally being destroyed. The result of course, prices go higher.

We’re also in a quiet sun-cycle period that only serves to help with (cold) weather extremes. The only discussion from the media concerning the weather is that’s it’s getting warmer, right? Opposite of reality.

So we’re taking that ‘opposite of reality’ as a contrary indicator.

Whatever inflation we’ve got after nearly twelve years, is probably at or near a peak … ready to head lower.

That includes the market as well. The likely outcome:

Market down, bonds up.

The daily close of long bond TLT, has it in a support zone. One attempt has already been made to position long via TMF (not advice, not a recommendation) as detailed in this report.

Once again this past Friday, another TMF entry.

Both bonds and the markets (i.e. S&P 500) are at opposite extremes. The risk of loss in bonds may have reached its nadir.

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What, When, & Where

This update will not contain any financial market analysis.

As the food supply noose tightens, this report shows one man’s approach to the disruptions as described by Christian at Ice Age Farmer.

MP3 file inserted below.

The photo at left was taken today in the early morning at a private garden; located in North Central Texas.

It’s been a mild day thus far at 57-degress, with a slight rain overnight.

The remining droplets of water can be seen on the cauliflower if one looks closely enough.

The brassica looks beautiful but it does not tell the whole story.

It took nearly three years to get the result shown.

Planting this type of cauliflower in Texas during the usual spring season, would later subject the burgeoning plants to a vicious attack from stinkbugs; a well established predator.

The bugs decimated the leaves and then multiplied exponentially to invade other plants in the garden as well as nearby peach trees.

After the bug attack, whatever skeletal remains of cauliflower were left, got incinerated during the Texas summer.

From the get-go, the cauliflower never had a chance.

For sure, this bug smorgasbord did attract natural predators like toads.

But after they gorged themselves on the well available supply, they were content to sit out the summer underneath some other garden plant that had been less susceptible to attack.

The corporate controlled food supply is being destroyed intentionally.

Faulty thinking like “No problem. I’ll just grown my own”, could result in starvation while still in the learning curve.

(to be continued)

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