Wednesday, April 6, 2011

She's back to work...


She couldnt resist this shorting opp near $40 at the same time the $US pukes out HAHAHAH YOU ARNT FOOLING ANYONE SWEETHEART!

21 comments:

  1. Aha.

    And the fact that Gold did the same thing minutes before (and Silver just followed) is probably coincidence.

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  2. not sure if you are being sarcastic. no its not a coincidence. Look at the time. Ask yourself when London closes? If you had any idea how blythe's algos get turned on and off by the flip of a switch you'd be amazed at the correlations.

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  3. So Blythe is now shorting Gold as well then? C'mon. What comes next? She's giving blowjobs for free?

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  4. PS: Of course is was sarcastic. The simple truth of the last dip is: Gold fell and minutes later Silver just followed. Who cares anyway. I bought the dip and we have recovered half of the dip by now.

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  5. Blythe just blew Jamie Dimon in her executive suite...he said she swallows.

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  6. BTFDs are getting smaller and um, rare-er.

    Blythe may be on the verge of an emotional break down.

    Anyone wanna take bets on whether she suddenly resigns to "spend more time with her family" in the next few weeks?

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  7. Sorry Adam but not even with 2 rubbers on my johnson!

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  8. Holy fuckin christ Iflash tell me you knew that HSBC and JPM both short silver and gold? Jesus.

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  9. SGS...How do you think the potential US Govt shutdown on Friday will affect the market?

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  10. INVESTORS BUY ALMOST EQUAL AMOUNT OF SILVER AND GOLD in US MINT DOLLARS

    2011 GOLD EAGLE OZs = 328,500
    328,500 X $1,388 (2011 avg price) = $456 million

    2011 SILVER EAGLES = 13,087,500
    13,087,500 X $32.14(2011 avg price) = $421 million
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    If the US MINT would be able to supply the actual physical demand for the public, total silver $DOLLARS spent would surpass that of Gold.

    On a more interesting note:

    Fukushima Reactor 2 Core Has Melted Through Reactor

    This will not be news for most objective Zero Hedge readers as we indicated this is a distinct possibility on several occasions, but some of those more "skeptical" about reality would be interested to know that according to Reuters "the core at Japan's Fukushima nuclear reactor has melted through the reactor pressure vessel", Democratic Congressman Edward Markey told a hearing on the nuclear disaster on Wednesday.

    Watch for the disintegration of Global Supply Chain Systems to increase in severity.

    Remember, if one Reactor has a complete meltdown....then they all can.

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  11. @SGS: Sure I knew. But looking at the charts makes me feel they are not really good at shortening PMs, are they? So I simply doubt that they really are (at least not to the amount that some are suggesting).

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  12. The shorts during LBMA trading normally occur before the 3pm fixing. This could have just been somebody booking profit?!?

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  13. @iFlash I really recommend you read this book, I think it'll be extremely beneficial to you.

    Dementia: From Diagnosis to Management - A Functional Approach

    What is "shortening" PMs by the way? Are you inventing terms now. Do you know what "shorting" is? You come across as someone who doesn't understand how a futures market operates. To be explicit, that makes you a charlatan.

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  14. i(can't find my dick)Flash,
    Come on dude you can't be that naive are you? Take some time and study. the evidence is overwhelming.

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  15. Timmothy: Hit up zerohedge for that answer already has articles on it...I hate postulating things like that...once I talk to more experts on that I can give a definitive direction on it.

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  16. I am hoping for a big BTFD opportunity tomorrow after the ECB raise rates (if they do). I think this could start a small sell-off and Blythe will jump on this and give us a great buying opportunity.

    Just my 2 cents

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  17. e73: Not sure about that...china raised...and took us $2 higher. Maybe JCT takes us to $45, or maybe to $35 LOL

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  18. Hahaha! I used to be able to buy silver coins off APMEX with my JP Morgan Chase credit card, and now they're no longer accepting it!

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  19. I suppose "shortening" would be something something like buying the shares short so that the partially hydrogenated characteristic of the sell-off would be fatal to those who "eat" on a price increase and lose their bodies to the artery-clogging action of losses.

    SE

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  20. Epic BM attack 7:45am EST Thursday. Highly possible. Locked and loaded for a quick double or triple. Prep your ass now if your not hedged.

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