Thursday, July 7, 2011

Hummmm

20 comments:

  1. Hmmm

    Also - who is sleeping. This is the form QE3 will take - like the oil release.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/article/obama-administration-extend-mortgage-free-living-americas-unemployed-one-year

    Also looking at the loveable USDIndex - it shows such lovely green (not anymore) but comparing it to currencies that actually matter it can't get a rise.

    Anyway - everyone - back to sleep.

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  2. At 20 - 1 I shall be ditching the Silver and buying Krugerrands just incase US and UK governments get the idea of confiscating Silver to help out JP Morgue (who is the government anyway)

    Tell me SGS do you think there is a chance that Silver will be confiscated and handed to JP Morgue to continue their shorting?

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  3. people stop panicking about confiscation, the pub owns 1% of metals ... in 1933 only 3 people went to trial for not handing it in, and only 25% of the suckers sold theirs back for $20.61 and FDR the zionist crook zapped it to $35 six months later, usurping 40% of JoPub the sheep's net worth.

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  4. In my opinion, confiscation will not happen. There aren't enough people out there who own it.

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  5. Great chart but if I wanted to masterbate I'd visit pornhub.com LOL

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  6. Corn Update...for those that are currently taking the Cornholio you should feel comfort in the fact that the head of Grain Procurement for China said that the USDA's latest numbers are an "insult" and that the USDA has now lost all credibility.....he said China will now only rely on private numbers going forward.

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  7. I see that the trend indicator is still in the bearish territory. Why?

    I understand that trading is risky, but isn't this a great time to continue to accumulate silver?

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  8. Colin said: "people stop panicking about confiscation, the pub owns 1% of metals ... in 1933 only 3 people went to trial for not handing it in, and only 25% of the suckers sold theirs back for $20.61 and FDR the zionist crook zapped it to $35 six months later, usurping 40% of JoPub the sheep's net worth."

    Thanks for sharing that info, G. Cleared up a lot unwarranted fears inside of me.

    @B, don't worry about that indicator. That lever isn't going to tell you shit so don't see it as gospel. Either you're gonna take the jump now and buy or you're going to take your chance for the next dip. Personally, I'm holding out till 32. Don't need 29 although it'd be nice, but I'd rather not take my chances!

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  10. Nice attack on silver just after 3:00pm EST. SLW getting attacked all day, after a nice run over the last two sessions. Someone has been working hard to stop silver from breaking $37. Hopefully we can push through tomorrow.

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  11. http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/lookout/family-fights-government-over-rare-double-eagle-gold-151853030.html

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  12. @Ledbedder Just read it, makes my really fucking angry, really angry. Its starting!

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  13. Sorry granny, you get a cut because J Dimond and L BlankCheck want another gold toilet in each of their bathrooms!

    http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/house-gop-leaders-meet-obama-debt-ceiling-155259483.html

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  14. Trading Of Over The Counter Gold And Silver To Be Illegal Beginning July 15


    http://articlesofinterest-kelley.blogspot.com/2011/06/july-15th-trading-of-over-counter-gold.html

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  15. @josh -old news buddy...old news.

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  16. Funniest thing I read all day, I'm gagging on my wine looking for the Grandfather clause for TBTF Banks - Idiots:

    CFTC Expands Its Power to Pursue Fraud, Manipulation
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    by Jamila Trindle:

    WASHINGTON—Commodity regulators voted 5-0 to approve a rule that expands their ability to pursue fraud and manipulation in the derivatives markets they regulate.

    “We will use these tools to be a more effective cop on the beat, to promote market integrity and to protect market participants,” CFTC Chairman Gary Gensler said.

    With Thursday’s vote, the regulators will now only have to prove that a trader acted recklessly, instead of proving that the trader intended to manipulate a market. Regulators also no longer have to show that a trader’s actions actually had an effect on price, which was part of the previous standard for manipulation.

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  17. So you don't see silver getting to the black line, ie 1:1?

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  18. SGS i need your email. I need to send you something

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  19. Kitco moves into creditor protection
    http://www.vancouversun.com/Kitco+moves+into+creditor+protection/5068303/story.html

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