"The Decade of EPIC Begins"
Holy fucksauce, team, I need your help.In the Amurikkka, we have premiums on our bullion but no way near the premiums my fellow yellow faced ninjas pay back home. As of today, to do a gold and silver swap, the ratio is 39.4:1, but in Korea, after considering the store buying my gold at less than cost (which is bullshit) and then tagging on the minimum 10% tax onto the silver bullion, the ratio comes out to be 36:1 which is complete bullshit.Does anyone know about swapping bullion in Hong Kong? I'm expecting the premiums when buying/swapping to be almost close to nothing as the Chinese are selling gold almost at cost. I will be in Asia on the 4th of August, and if the ratio drops at the rate that is now, it's going down to 37.5:1 by that time.Any bullion buyers from Asia, please drop some knowledge.
Video no workie on AAPL mind control device. Anyone know how to overcome Flash Player discrimination on an iPad?I am a Zombie,FM
Fast Mover,Skyfire or iSwifter.Looking forward to jumping highrise back into the clicka...PiG.
Anyone notice that at 10:45pm EST, some ass-clown dumped a billion dollars of silver onto the market in one minute.They are getting desperate.
As I typed that, they just did it again.
It looks like they are using the market sell off to shield their deeds.
"$100 within 5 years" Funny, that's what the cost of a BigMac will be.
A major selloff on no news. Hmmm, I think someone knows something. The ES index just went in the shitter about 30 minutes ago. Debt ceiling default imminent? And does anyone know what's going on with the military training exercise in Boston? A little prelude drill for martial law?
the markets are definetely weird today...why the hell is the dollar climbing?...major drop in gold/silver in an instant...things are getting chaotic..not good
And my mining stocks are taking another beating - again. Ohh... but lookie here... silver just bounced back and is now above $41 again. That's good. But don't expect the mining stocks to follow for what ever reason...
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err to early to call..
Just imagine what the real aggregate demand is for gold & silver when they have remained net positive after massive attacks like the one today.Demand must be absolutely huge to withstand this.
gold down 18 bucks in 2 hours and falling off the table ... here it comes
Is today OP-EXPIRY Or is it tomorrow?
What is everyone's opinion about this whole debt ceiling farce? Who is benefiting from all this uncertainty? Is this a prelude to QE3? Is this just politics, or are the PTB's using this to their own advantage?
Manipulation attempts will end in EPIC fail. The guillotine is being polished/warmed up. You can run, but you'll just die tired.
How did WU get in? Didn't we change the locks?
I hate how this debt ceiling has the possibility to rally or raid our metals...I am just content on knowing w/o a doubt that when QEIII peeks its turtle head outside Unco Sam's ass ready to drop, the PMs will go bananas.That's the end game. Cool.But short term, LULU dipped its toes into the pool today. I'm looking for that yoga bitch to cannonball in before AUG expiry. I have faith!
Can anyone tell me why the TSX is getting hit harder than the Dow? This makes no sense to me, or is it just one big global market, and the FED affects Canada too?
TPTB may continue to have short term success, perhaps weeks to months in my opinion, but their days are numbered. Their derivatives are gonna blow like a shit storm.
Islandstyle: TSX got smoked b/c oil was down, and metals were down too, the three combined plus a selloff in the USA usually means carnage.
So I own a national distribution company and one of my suppliers is in Canada. My business checking account is with Welles Fargo because my partner is totally oblivious to what scum the bankers are and we need to have a national bank so deposits can be made across the country. Anyway, I paid my supplier for a $450.00 item on my Debit Card and Welles Fargo charged me a $10.71 international payment fee. They will be losing all of our business in the morning. It seems that the bankers firepower today could not get them under 1600/40. It seems to me that they are probably a little unhappy tonight. I have a little dry powder, but today's drop did not motivate me to run down to the coin store. Maybe tomorrow will be the day.
Tom: $10.71 is cheap. You have no idea how anally rapped we get in canadian banks. Did you know that we have monthly service charges of $10-100 a month here, just to open an account and keep it active? Trust me, I would rather bank with US bank than any of these 5 criminally run syndicates.
Ring of Power - Empire of the CityThis is an excellent and Rare documentary called "Ring of Power -- Empire of the City -- 4,000 Years of Suppressed History" puzzles together the missing pieces of our human story. Find out how an Illuminati network of international bankers and European royalty have turned the world's nations and citizens into their debt slaves. This is a very well done presentation about some very important topics in world history and current affairs. Just keep in mind that if you take notes throughout the five hours you will end up with a huge list of books she tells you to read to back up what she's saying , a crash course in REAL American history. As huge as the terrain of this ambitious documentary is, its creator (a woman) does a breathtaking job of bringing world history into perspective -- from bloodlines to banksters to today's billionaires. Ending with a huge surprise and a list of practical suggestions to counter the madness, this work deserves five stars for its courage and scope, even if you don't agree with all that it says.http://geraldcelentechannel.blogspot.com/2011/07/ring-of-power-empire-of-city.htmlI makes a great connection between the city states of Rome, London and DC. Its long but very interesting!
SGS, no I did not know that. Believe me, you get raped here too on a business account. They charge you to make a freaking deposit if you do more than 10 a month. So if I deposit money into their shitty bank, they charge me. That 10.71 fee I mentioned was just for one credit card transaction.My personal checking is free, but even still I only keep 1 months bills in there. My savings is in Phyzz, of course. I am sick of those pricks charging me to borrow my money.
Excuse me for the error SGS, I am sick of those pricks charging me to borrow my FRN's. That shit ain't money.
all of you realize, the demand is from the new exchange in china HKME and also the pan asian PM exchange. "oh a new exchange opened in china you say, there's always some small new market opening up" these ones were marketed very well to chinese and the pan asian has every Agricultural Bank of China customer tapped in with automatic option to buy through their savings account. There are 350 million savings accounts with Agricultural B of C! Chinese farmers, B of C customers, have a nice profit surplus from high food prices, CHINA CAN FARM YEAR ROUND. They invest their record profits AS ASIAN FARMERS DO EVERY YEAR: IN GOLD AND SILVERIndian farmers also are buying gold with excess cash from high food prices and harvest selling time is RIGHT NOW. They buy gold and silver bars and bury them in their fields for good luck!! Get on board people. The ship is embarking. The horns are blasting, the diesel is cranking, the fat passengers are waving to the dock. It's a Chinese ship with an Chinese crew and they're serving free drinks and all you can eat sushi. Karaoke night...