Craig Hemke

Editor & Publisher @ TF Metals Report

Craig Hemke

Our Ask The Expert interviewer Craig Hemke began his career in financial services in 1990 but retired in 2008 to focus on family and entrepreneurial opportunities. Since 2010, he has been the editor and publisher of the TF Metals Report found at TFMetalsReport.com, an online community for precious metal investors.

Craig Hemke Articles

While the COMEX digital metals remain in pullback and consolidation mode, the price action may seem eerily similar to some in the sector. Why? Because it IS similar...at least when compared to 2019.
The demand for physical delivery off of the COMEX futures exchange continues at an unprecedented rate. What does this mean for 2021 and beyond? As most precious metals investors know, physical "delivery" from the COMEX futures exchange has...
In a sure sign that the times have changed, the scam of "Exchanges For Physical" that The Bullion Banks have utilized for several years as a risk-free profit method appears to have finally collapsed.
Just because prices have been rallying, the market generalists and their sycophant media have been pushing the idea that gold and silver are somehow in a "speculative bubble". However, even just a quick, basic review of the COMEX market...
We've been writing about this for months, but with so many generalists still pushing the opinion that gold only moves as an inverse to the U.S. dollar, it's time to write about it again. s we often do, let's start with links to past...
It may or may not happen at next week's FOMC, but that hardly matters. What's important is that a policy shift is coming and the impact upon the precious metals will be significant.
There was a time when the total U.S. fiscal deficit and debt seemed to matter. Apparently, that time has passed. Oh, my goodness. The good old days. I'm old enough to remember 2009 and all the rage about "exploding deficits" and "stealing...
For as long as I can remember, I've stated that negative nominal and negative real interest rates are the key, primary driver for higher gold prices. And now we're seeing this play out in real time.
At Eric Sprott's urging, we've been monitoring the daily abuse of the Exchange For Physical process since late 2017. However, since late March, the daily totals have fallen off dramatically. Why?
While not the only consideration in forecasting price, it's always important to note the current COMEX contract balance. As the FOMC meets again this week, let's look under the hood to see whether or not positions are at extremes versus...
One cubic foot of gold weighs more than half a ton (1,306 pounds).

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