Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Blythe rumoured to be on life support

You can go through all the data you want. All you need to know is this:

Silver OI increased to 152,945. Ask yourself: Are people bailing out, or bailing into silver?

Data:

Silver CRIMEX volume yesterday: 319,204. This is a record. And shockingly it got pumped 10% in 24 hours- what a fucking surprise...seriously I should right a book on the correlation between Comex volume over 70+ in silver and 200K in gold. Its as clear as day. If you are the CFTC, you have to be a complete fucktard not to see this you cowards fuckslaves kill yourselves.

I bought the dip last night, I will continue to buy ANY red days, especially 10% in a day, thats cheezedick status, serious, step in a buy it-its silver, not the 2008 financials that went to zero. We are in the biggest bull market of our lives, you may never see this come around again in your lifetime.

Also, periodically I let my viewers here know about stocks I trade. If this is considering pumping, so be it. I'm done with the name calling, trolls and fuckshits that think a one man show can pump a stock up $1 in a day. I cant. Get over it.
That being said today I let people know about HMI.V Hinterland Metals...full of shit? Here you go, listen to this. This is a long time reader here, and his Blog is on my right hand side of daily reads. Its called the Fundamental View. Here you go...you should be visiting him daily, he's smart, trust me.

Click here to Read Hinterland HMI.V / HNLMF Info

As usual the $US lookin good, thank me lots. And keep getting your physical in your hands.

33 comments:

  1. Biggest bull market of our lives and on the way to a currency crisis me' thinks...

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  2. Here is the American Symbol for Hinterland Metal:

    HNLMF... SGS, you see this getting to .30 this week?

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  3. Did the COMEX get any shiny today? Harvey said SLV lost 4.4 million ounces of unbacked fucking paper. I am sure all that was shorted by the bankster fucksticks today.

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  4. I bought (25) Silver proof quarters, (7) Franklin half dollars and (4) peace dollars today for 416 federal reserve slave notes. Melt value 460 frsn's. Plus, the quarters are the State quarter silver proofs so they are in a fancy case and really pretty and collectible. I find you can still get good deals on 90% coins.

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  5. Well for dip sticks like me, this guy was easy to follow! Buddy explains the recent dip and likely consolidation and the $50 mark in the sand that the shorts are hell bent on defending! How much was that monster box, this bull has a long way to go!

    http://www.silverhoarders.com/content.php?1024-Daily-Market-Insights-Metals

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  6. I bought a couple handfulls of 64 Kennedy's a few weeks ago on the sub $40 dip. Those are nice coins and can be had near spot. I was just on eBay and you cannot touch a 20 roll of Eagles for under $1050...even with this sub $45 dip.

    Guess I'll have to wait for the bubble to burst. Wait, wut? *wink*

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  7. US$ is getting hammered and AG is dicking around at $46.

    The Ben Bernank needs to finish his silly talk tomorrow so silver can get back to it's upward momentum to infinity.

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  8. Here is something to think about: No person can leave the US with more than $10,000 without doing a shitload of paperwork. So, this is what you do...
    Gold American Eagle 1 oz coins have a FACE value of $50.00, so that means you could leave the US scott free with 200 Gold Eagles. You would also be able to leave the US with 10,000 Silver American Eagles. If you leave with regular silver or gold bullion,. they base the value on spot price at the time of leaving. Use the system against these tyrants if pursuing a life abroad. You would be able to walk through any airport with those quantities without question. When Silver hits a 20:1 ratio with gold, it is very smart to sell your silver, and purchase/trade out for gold. Gold is where you can lock in the real value, as gold will NEVER see a 10% drop in even 10 years time. Gold is the only form of metal that is received so understandably around the world. Hope you all keep stacking, as I for one, will never sell no matter what the price. I would only do it to transfer into physical gold.

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  9. I looks to me that they are defending $46 like nothing else. Numerous tests of that level and cannot seem to get over it. Will only be a matter of time.

    I really hope the Bernank has his job cut out tomorrow when he gets bomb barded with questions. I hope he spills something juicy which sends gold/silver to the stars and the dollar to the dust.

    PS love the title of the article!!

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  10. I have the feeling that the Bernank is going to limit his questions to the bumkissers and will only be tossed softballs that are agreed to beforehand.

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  11. Interesting tip, highrise, but where are you going to go?

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  12. Colossus hits behemoth gold-PGM intercept in Brazil

    Colossus Minerals' latest drill results for its Serra Pelada project include a cut 7.3 metres @ 1,494.7 g/t gold, 516.6 g/t platinum and 558.9 g/t palladium in hole 99

    I am not pushing this stock....don't really care about Colssus Minerals, but that is some serious fricken gold.

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  13. @Rattling This is true, however just interpret everything he says as the opposite. Thus you get the same result. Things are falling apart and he knows it, cuz he and his cronies caused it.

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  14. Yep, too much option expiration risk over $46? We'll see. They'll throw everything they can to keep AG under $50.

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  15. What an f'n joke! Thae chick in the interview is good for one thing and fat boy is always woring. just the commentary we need. i love it when CNBC tells there viewers buyer beware.

    http://goldsilver.com/video/silver-s-next-stop-60-dollars/

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  16. To those who bought silver US quarters and dimes and dollars:

    I know some of them are 90% and some are 40%. Please help me to understand why they would hold values ? Bankers are exchanging it with face value fiat currency. And if the values are from the silver content, you can't extract the silver out from it. By law, it is illegal to destroy a US coins or dollar bill. Secret service are emphasizing it is illegal to melt pennies for copper. I figure it will be the same for those silver dollar or quarters or dimes.

    So, if one can't melt it legally, they are only worth face values except to collectors.

    Am I missing something ?

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  17. coconut: no reason to melt, silver is silver, it is known and you can tell it is silver, so it has silver value. You would barter, spend or sell as silver. If you cut a silver dollar in half, in half again you would have 4 pieces, if you cut those four pieces in half you would have 8 pieces of smaller 90 percent silver. So when a silver dollar was a dollar, if it was cut into 8 bits, if you used two bits (that would be a quarter) hence the even today, people will say it cost two bits, meaning a quarter.

    If you had toilet paper that was 10 percent silver, it would always have silver content, that could be weighted and given value for barter or trade.

    The difference is TP silver in widely known whereas US silver coins are widely known.

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  18. Horsguy, I understand the value contained in the coin itself. But because those coins are legal tender and they are only treated as the face value. If they are taken into a bank and redeem into the fiat, they are only treated just like other coins. However, if those coins are melted, they would worth equivalent of the weight in silver. Bank will treat them as face value and it is illegal to damage or destroy those coins.

    Say you have 10,000 of those 90% silver dollar in posession now. And you owe IRS 10,000 dollar, they come over and will take all your coins for payment. In banker and government's eyes, they are just one dollar coins. They are not silver bullion.

    To use them as currency or a form of currency is very risky. Because the person take those coins as payment and deposit into a bank, he lost all the silver values.

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  19. coco, just vote the Big O and cool it.

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  20. Guys,
    It is my understanding that because 90% silver coins have been retired from circulation, they indeed can be melted and are not subject to the same laws as coins currently in circulation. Because most of these are worn out and have expired beyond there life span.

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  21. Good article by Jason Hommel smacking down some of the silver bashing going on. Smart dude, always love reading this guy.

    http://dont-tread-on.me/picking-a-fight-with-5-silver-traitorstraders/

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  22. Can you melt coins? Answered at coinflation:
    http://www.coinflation.com/is_it_illegal_to_melt_coins.html

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  23. Are you guys serious?? Listen just because the GOV tells you it's worth face value doesn't mean anything! So if the GOV tells you that they want your apples and they put a face value on an apple of $1.00 but you & your neighbor and everyone else on planet Earth know that apples are worth and cost $25.00 *(thank the Bernanke!) guess what. Your not going to take your apples to the bank or give it to the GOV your going to trade it with someone who recognizes the value. NO different with silver or gold or any other commoditiy. Just cause the GOV says something doesn't make it so!

    Long physical precious metals, mining stocks & agricultural commodities.

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  24. I hope silver stays flat or even loses for at least a few more weeks while I fill my survival bags.

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  26. Well,
    Like I said they are no longer legal tender, so they can indeed be melted!

    Notice as of December 2006 it is illegal to melt down US Minted Pennies and Nickels, and there is a $10,000 fine to help enforce the law. It is legal however to melt down silver dollars, half dollars, dimes, quarters for their content.

    http://cointrackers.com/blog/1/silver-content-us-coins/

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  27. We are not just retaining wealth for ourselves, but for our Nations.. For the poorer people out there.. Solid copper pennies are worth over double of their face value.. Nickles are in the same boat.. Do some research.. Buy rolls of pennies and separate them.. I've found coin shops that will pay you double for them.. Run them across your cheap weight scales.. Much faster than looking at the dates.. Turn them into silver..lol Anything beats Ink on paper..

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  28. I think just dont tell anyone! what they dont know wont hurt them!

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  29. Love this Blog! I have been lugging around 4 100oz. bars of silver since 1990. Hallahhfuking luyaahh, I aint crazy!Been shopping, and buying Eagles as I can afford to, paid $49.55 per yesterday, but don't give a shit about price, since my 400 oz. were purchased for under $7.00 per oz. KEEP STACKING!

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