Thursday, July 21, 2011

Got Raid?

Bankers looking for every opportunity to keep it under $1600 and $40 which is a pathetic 40:1 ratio.

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  1. Nice touch with the logo. I was wondering when somebody would finally bring that out.

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  2. A question to the experts::

    Can anyone tell me how much it costs to produce a 1 ounce Silver coin? That's all the costs including digging the Silver out of the ground, refining it and producing the coin.

    Just so that I know just how far the price can be smashed before nobody produces coins.

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  4. SGS,
    I guess the one good thing is that their raids are having less and less of an effect, as people remove stops and just hold tight, knowing that BTFD is the way to go. These raids are also not driving silver down very far or for very long.

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  5. @SGS
    Thank you for your answer.

    With all the hype about massive price increases then if it only costs $5
    for a 1 ounce coin why is there a shortage of physical Silver?

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  6. @ PaidinGold

    The World is full of little people that can only make smart-arse remarks.

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  7. LoL, nice raid imagery.

    Try a screen grab of this frame at 00:40 - and the sound is MOST appropriate...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erMO3m0oLvs

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  9. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_d33-Lk5Zbw&feature=player_embedded


    best 9/11 and wars for Israel film out there ... the rest worship at Ryan Dawson's feet ... seen all his work, he has complete 3 hour film in one sitting back up on YT ... he's been booted many times from site.

    Dont miss this.

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  10. @PaidinGold

    What a sad sod you are.

    I am not, as you put it, bitching. I'm asking a civil question.

    I hoped someone with sense would answer, not a moron with a foul mouth like you.

    I didn't realise it was your site.

    Just to put your sad little mentality at rest I purchased 350Kgs over 10 years ago. I do not trade I just sit on it. OK imbecile.

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  11. georgesilver: it doesnt matter how much it costs to dig the silver out and mint coins. If you cant find it you can have 1 mil people working for free and you still wont produce any silver.

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  12. @ georgesilver - don't worry, not everyone that reads SGS is on the rag.
    350Kgs, that is a very nice stash. If I had 5% of that I'd be grinning from ear to ear. All you can do is the best you can. I feel good with every ounce at whatever price as there are precious few in my stash. I put them in the kids piggybanks.

    Keep smiling bro.

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  13. @damijan
    Thanks, that's a reasonable answer.

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  16. What a day. Major manipulation at $40, but such strong buying it won't dip much below $39.50. I get so pissed that this song and dance just keeps going and going and going. This market is retarded.

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  17. Watching the DXY get smashed today.

    Greece may not open for business tomorrow.

    40 is the new 30 for Ag. 50 will be the new 40 and so on. Blythe will have to retreat once the euro thing hits the news tomorrow.

    There will be a 30 day raising of the debt ceiling.

    We are truly in the end game.

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  18. wtf just happend? +-1% in 1 minute? Removing stop los(s)ers?

    Seriously, I dont care, I will hold whatever happends. Now or ever.

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  19. Remember what you got swinging between your legs gentlemen! Aside from preserving our purchasing power and a good chance to multiply our wealth, holding PHYZZ today is an act of Defiance against the corrupt system. Stay strong and keep stackin'!

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  20. debt ceiling rumour announced, then renounced. lolz

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  21. Dollar down, markets up, gold and silver down.

    What a retarded market.

    It is time for it to burn.

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  22. THIS COUNTRY LOST ITS BALLS ABOUT THE SAME TIME AMERICAN COINS LOST THEIR SILVER CONTENT 1964 AND TPTB GOT US INTO NAHM AND WE HAVE BEEN DOWN HILL SINCE...AND THESE BASTARDS ARE STILL AT IT WITH SOME OF THE SAME NAMES IN THE STATE DEPT.. WHICH BY THE WAY IS A NET OF VIPERS WHO CONTROL OUR POLICIES AND TREATIES...WIPE OUT THE STATE DEPT AND MAYBE WE COULD SAVE THIS REPUBLIC...BUT i THINK WE ARE TO FAR OVER TO THE FASCISTS SIDE NOW TO SAVE IT SO...LET THE MOTHERFUCKER CRASH AND BURN ...WITH ALL OF THE LIARS AND THIEVES RUNNING FOR THEIR LIVES FROM THE CHAOS AND MOBS..THEN MAYBE THERE WOULD BE SOME AREAS WORTHY OF REBUILDING...GOOD LUCK

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  23. The market is not just retarded, its broken and due to the corruption it is fucked up. I don't honk the markets ranked with the Greece and piigs fiasco as much as it climbs with hopium and maybes.. similar to ons . Drops 2,3,4,% in minutes and usually takes days to get back. Maybe they are hustling to get as much metal before tonight?

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  24. @recaptureamerica: What is so special about tonight? (HKMEX?)

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  25. They start trading Fri. Which in EST is. tonight.

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  26. Sorry about typos above.. using my Droid phone.

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  27. Well we should thank Blythe for keeping the price down and let us buy some more so cheap!

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  28. Thanks recaptureamerica. We shall see what we shall see, eh? I have to wonder though how all technicalities of this work. What if there is arbitrage pricing difference between the markets; will it fluctuate wildly from day to night (HK vs. London/USA)? Or maybe nothing will happen. I guess we will find out...

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  29. so when are the margin hikes coming then? They haven't even needed to break out the big guns yet, these sneaky paper raids seem to be doing the trick for them for now...

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  30. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwCvzgBoMss&feature=youtube_gdata_player

    thought this song was pretty dang appropriate!

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  31. Are Gainsville the cheapest over spot for silver maples. So far I cannot find cheaper $2.70 over spot

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  32. Something fishy. Spoke to a "power seller" (if you can't figure that out don't bother). Someone who claims to have "privileged information" said they are certain that silver is being taken down to at least $25. I still say it's going much lower otherwise the cost of cell phones, computers and various other electronic gadgets are going to go too high for consumers to be able to afford.

    Do your own digging. I wouldn't buy one molecule of silver until I see how it behaves as it dips into the 20's.

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  33. Sorry for the simple question, but what data subscription do you have to see (i) what the bid/ask and volumes are and (ii) the volume of each option contract traded?

    I'm new to trading and just trying to figure out how to view data. Thanks!

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  34. wow, amazing, WU showed up on a down day ... what utter scum ... hey WU, did you talk to your fictional God today, is that your power seller LMFAO

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  35. Bad day for the dollar index. Will close below 72.86 before 12/31.

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  37. Hope noone ever has to go against the government, esp. at the federal level:

    http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/upshot/case-double-headed-gold-coins-175821245.html

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  38. So Weather Unit, if tomorrow the price got pushed down to $35.00 or $32.00 you would not buy one molecule of silver? Why the fuck do you post here then? I know in your world and on your stupid ass blog you think you are the shit. But, in every other corner of the English speaking world, your ilk is commonly referred to as a douche bag. Which one of your hands is your personal "Power Seller", the left or the right?

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  39. WU: I don't buy it. It's possible paper silver could reach that price but i highly doubt physical will be available at that price. Your 'source' is probably nothing more than a psyop. Stick to chasing weather.

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  40. Well WUnit, you gotta come up with better trolling than the "power seller" story or you would not get on Blythe's payrolls for hired dis-informant.

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  43. I have an idea... From now on.. every time WU posts just ignore it. We are just bating him to post some more. Too bad there isn't an auto delete whenever he posts

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  48. It can only be someone lacking any brain cells that says the price of "paper silver" is falling but the "physical silver" isn't falling. The weird thing is that you get less paper now for your silver and it makes you upset and you scream "raid, manipulation, etc.". Maybe I do like in a different reality than most of you here. I should learn how to look at things in shades of gray rather than black and white. Sorry for the confusion.

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  49. "Something fishy. Spoke to a "power seller" (if you can't figure that out don't bother). Someone who claims to have "privileged information" said they are certain that silver is being taken down to at least $25. I still say it's going much lower otherwise the cost of cell phones, computers and various other electronic gadgets are going to go too high for consumers to be able to afford.

    Do your own digging. I wouldn't buy one molecule of silver until I see how it behaves as it dips into the 20's."

    Good you wait till the teens. Go chase a tornado and be back in 6 months when silver is at $4 oz to crack jokes at us.

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  50. WU: I hope you have kept a copy of who post what on this thread today. It is somewhat concerning for someone specifically seeking your address, and then delete the post later. I have a copy in case you need it.

    BTW, removing a post doesn't mean it no longer exists.

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  51. I wouldn't be surprised to see a raid overnight or tomorrow. With all the "good" news coming out of Europe and the U.S. right before the weekend, the market is going to have to make a decision as to whether to buy stocks or PMs. My guess is that the PPT already has that decision made for us. If you're holding any of the major miners, I'd try to skim some profits now. They have plenty of gaps to fill.

    Just my opinion though. I for one welcome a raid here so that 1)I can buy more phyzz on the cheap (payday tomorrow too) and 2)to set up some support areas so that the algos don't go ape shit like they did back in may.

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  52. keep your core add to it on dips..all else is noise...good luck

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  54. @Coconut - I simply re-posted exactly what WU posted a few weeks back. It was up for 2 days then, it was up for an hour now. Piss off.

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  55. WOW...I missed a good debate. SGS is correct that the cash cost of silver is $5 an ounce. But this is only calculated from 80 percent of primary mine production. that means that $5 figure comes from only 20 percent of all silver mining

    Furthermore, even though US Silver Corp is a primary silver mine its 2010 production costs were $18 an ounce. This debate has inspired me to write a post on this subject. That being said, my gut tells me that including all costs, it takes approx $20-$25 to make a silver eagle from scratch.

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  56. when there is an american campaign to buy silver and a bullion shop in every major metro area, then the physical demand will be seen and felt in america and the big bank traders would think wice about shorting. right now the demand is southern and eastern europe, and china. Americans don't see or feel it. Its the same as when we sold europeans and chinese californian mortgages in 07. Their bank traders couldn't see our market was already crashing and no one was buying houses in the middle of the desert. New york traders need to see the demand in America. I live in Hartford, and we don't have a bullion dealer AT ALL here. Only some guy who will get you coins from new york who lives out in the woods in litchfield.. The only bullion dealer with a real storefront in boston is "boston bullion". There are 4 dealers in fairfield county, they can be expensive. The boston bullion guy has expanded and made lots of money over the last 5 years and he has very low prices. like I said, we have 1.3 million people in hartford county and NO bullion dealer, only a large pawn shop with somewhat shitty collection and high prices.

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