One of my favorite passions is music. Half a dozen times a year, Susan and I go to the Dakota, a wonderful Jazz nightclub in downtown Minneapolis. I pay extra for A-Train seating, next to the stage. Last Monday we took our son in law and a friend and sat right next to the stage to watch Stanley Clarke and George Duke. Clarke is probably the best rock/jazz bass player around and I have been listening to him since 1978. It is a unique experience to see these “legends” perform from 10 feet away. The concert was wonderful! I need to get away from the computer and the pressure of the markets and this is a great way to do it – albeit if only for an evening.
Sorry for the poor quality pictures – no flash allowed and we had to use the camera in our iPhone.
The most important article today is from Jim Sinclair. He discusses deflation, which has not a snowball’s chance in Hell of toppling the system, and dismisses Martin Armstrong and his anti-gold views, without ever mentioning him by name: