Thursday, March 17, 2011

Paging Blythe, March OI standing not going away, why is this, Paging Blythe

You hanging in there? Good.


-puzzled as to how the gold comex is settling, LOL, seriously, its a mystery
-volume at 100K = no raid! You see the picture?

-volume normal, silver flat...
-silver flying into the vaults now, remember when as a kid you would yell "scramble!" and throw shit in the air and the little sheep kids would run and get it? Thats whats happening in the silver vaults right now.
-SLV remains flat, no movements, right.

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This is what you need to know. Things is the middle east are getting worse, not better. Japan is getting worse, not better. Freshly printed fiat injections like hitting the crack pipe to most addicts is whats keeping this system from total economic and societal failure.
Buy the dips. And wait for the glorious month of April, if the COMEX is alive after this month per se, and await any sale prices. Patience is key.
Fully updated Tinka update soon, I picked up another 10,000 @ .42 today. Hope you are listening to me people.


  1. Mr. SGS I marked your post:

    CNBC Vultures vs. Peter Schiff

    I'm waiting patiently for Silver and think $200 is a fair value price. But I expect only $65 by summertime.

  2. ok, so is there going to be a takedown tomorrow? so many variables...

  3. My broker finally got their fat asses off of my funds today. Orders filled at .43 so it worked out for the best. A little nerve-racking though. Volume down today, but looks WAY UP overall. Thanks for the heads up SGS. Will be contributing soon. Cheers!

  4. My little Blight is so excited. Capital H.I.M. Told her that a new method of suicide will soon be coming to the Aokigahara Forest. Soon all the depressed of the world will be able to simply walk around there and let the radiation overtake them. So convieient; no more need for ropes, razors, and roughing it while you wait for pokey old starvation to help you out. Just wander and let your thyroid wither. Isn't Bilderbeelzebub smart?

  5. I live in the U.S. so I have to buy Tinka on pink sheets, and the volume sucks.

    I bought a little anyway.

  6. Pete
    International account
    Canadian dollars to boot.

  7. Pete:

    Though its inexcusably bad interface is cumbersome, unintuitive, and annoying, eTrade charges $19.99 buying directly on the Toronto exchange with Canadian dollars, and $9.99 for pink sheets (no per share surcharge).

    As a bonus, as CookieMonster points out, my unallocated cash is in Canadian dollars.

  8. So is there really a big difference buying Tinka on the pinksheets vs. the Toronto exchange?