Thursday, September 15, 2011

Silver Update

106 comments:

  1. I enjoy Brother John.. Sometimes he draws things out too much, before getting to his point, But he always has a point.. And the artificial Bottle neck, makes Perfect Sense !

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  2. Looks like he's wrong, falling off a bridge while NY controls and looks to test a new bottom hopefully just in the 1700s. Class action lawsuits are years away and still in discovery. Charting is fine in an normal environment but I think manipulators can do what they want when they want and I doubt they rigorously follow a chart to determine their next move, otherwise it wouldn't be called manipulation. So my point is - why follow charts only to be whip sawed like a 2 buck whore? Buy the dips and forget about it, the fundamentals get better daily, Chinese use gold fillings, and the global economy is collapsing - can't any better!

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  3. Hi guys,

    I just got this from GATA (lemetropolecafe.com):

    http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/3f44e1e4-dee5-11e0-9130-00144feabdc0.html

    HSBC dropped from silver price suppression lawsuit leaving the Morgue as the only defendant.

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  4. From Jim Sinclair's site:

    Dear CIGAs,

    From Tanzania I wish you all, my extended family, a good night. It has been a long but delightful day.

    The following observation from Master Kenny is important:

    "We are in the 17th day of corrective action, and near the end of our minimum expectation of time required (15 to 18 days) to exhaust this corrective action, (but with a maximum time factor still projected at not more than 36 to 40 days). Each failed attempt to close below 1770 widens out this accordion correction and weakens the possibility of for a return to the 1705.40 low."

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  5. . . . and Amerika is going to save the day again, saving Europe with 'dollar liquidity' measures! You need hipwaders for the economic propaganda that's been on tv the last 3 days.

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  6. @thorfinner, what the hell is this all about? """The Global Liquidity Bailout Arrives: World Central Banks Announce Global Dollar Shortfall Funding Resolution"""
    4EU and the FED have decided to print / inflate?

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/global-liquidity-bailout-arrives-ecb-announces-emergency-liquidity-providing-operations-conjunc

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  7. Lets see if the recent uptrend of miners holds up vs this metals drop

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  8. Buckanear2- just my thoughts- I think it's another way to hide or justify the money printing we're about to do while serving as a superficial fix to 'strengthen the dollar'.

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  9. @Gary Lindsay
    That is exactly what I am watching. So far looking good.

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  10. Ladies and gentlemen, we are watching an all out WAR the last 2 weeks to prop up the phoney fiat currency system. From the European bank 'sell-offs' into the dollar to the, as Jim Rogers suggested, QE-on-the-sneak that's propped up the stock market to this latest currency swap stuff. The Central Bankers across the pond are working together to sandbag the levee! Ha ha

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  11. I would like to thank the banksters for this sale in hiho. I am loading up.

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  12. Malcolm, I have close connections to Europe but I live in Canada now.

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  13. ECB to Lend Dollars to Euro-Area Banks

    The European Central Bank said it will lend dollars to euro-area banks in a series of three-month loans as the region’s debt crisis limits market access to the U.S. currency.

    The Frankfurt-based ECB said it will coordinate with the Federal Reserve and other central banks to conduct three separate dollar liquidity operations to ensure banks have enough of the currency through the end of the year. The three-month loans are in addition to the bank’s regular seven-day dollar offerings and will be fixed-rate tenders with full allotment, the ECB said in a statement today. They will be offered on Oct. 12, Nov. 9 and Dec. 7.......

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-09-15/ecb-coordinates-with-federal-reserve-in-lending-dollars-to-euro-area-banks.html

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  14. @reefman,

    Shit I wish we had private chat!

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  15. if anyone wants to know, you can get to the bullion products by www.perthmintbullion.com
    Also, i recommend that you guys try and get the 1oz gilded dragon coin which goes on sale oct 4th. They are selling for about $100 from the PM and with the bullion coin selling for over $100, these coins should sell for well over $200 once there limit of 30,000 is reached, as opposed to the bullion coin of 300,000.
    I've got some on pre order. I'm sure apmex or gainesville will be able to get them on pre order, send them an email.
    Also the series I Lunar dragon gilded sell for approx $300 on ebay.

    Just thought you guys may be interested in making some easy money =)

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  16. Paging Blythe......please bring it in just a little more....thanks, I have such an appetite today.

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  17. silver broke trend line, its a massive drop from here. LIquidity is gone, UBS just froze all positions in its bank, and other banks have done the same. All non client money is frozen. The long term trend lines for gold and silver are still in tact with 15-20% drops

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  18. I just listen to CM, he's the best in the world

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  19. Yawn.....15-20% drop. Hope so, but seriously doubt it. The presses are just getting warmed up, and JPM needs to cover soon.

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  20. @ maryan777,

    Do you have paypal?

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  21. @Thorfinner, is it fair to assume liquidity is needed to bolster the balance sheet while providing ample fiat to banks to ensure this mini-run does not shut down any bank? It's a mini QE, so why is the FED involved - I don't understand unless they are the ultimate backers/collateral for the EU because the EU has not sold bonds as an entity before. HS this is really f**up. Good to see Wall Street is green now that makes perfect sense. I can't get that vid of Cramer out of my head with all the corrupt lies and deceit used to make profits "everybody does it" UnF** believable!

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  22. rocket231 its options expiration for etfs tomorrow. always wierd moves right before options expiration just like the labor day weekend friday morning bernank speech

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  23. I dont know I looks like there is a sell off on all commodities. Have we seen this before, yes back in May!

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  24. Copper up, WTF, we're in a world wide depression and Cu is up, wow!

    Wheres them aliens, I ready to leave now!

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  25. yeah you're right its going to be like May

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  26. These metals markets are so manipulated by the tape painters, they will do anything to encourage a rush for the exits. They have positions to cover, a lot of them. It's a red day, and winter is coming. The fear is palpable, but we all know the hand the other side is playing.

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  27. Trendline broken, next stop the JPM Line of Death at $36. All this while their stock gets goosed up past 33. Next stop 34, 35...

    Predictable and utterly sickeningl

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  28. Silver will be back above $40 by tomorrow morning. If not, buy more.

    Sometimes I think someone at the JP Morg is actually trying to help us obtain more phyzzz, and these little sell off rallies are just dude saying, "I got your back". When he feels there is enough people with AG, he'll shut down the algo's and let it run up to what its real value is.

    One can dream right?

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  29. long term trend is up there's no reason to worry there, its just a question of "How much of a chance will I get to put more cash into PM's" and "Can I trade this" so this is technically a good thing for phyzz buyers, more paychecks into bullion

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  30. When everyone is saying sell sell sell, that's when they are covering, count on it. They will sell 5000 into low volume to buy back 10000 at lower prices from the fearful. It's the game for them, of coarse it is total criminal BS as well, but who is coming after them? The CFTC haha?

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  31. $95 + Shipping for 1 oz silver 2012 Dragons...

    http://www.coininvestdirect.com/en/silver_coins/lunar_dragon_drache_2012_1oz_silver.html

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  32. CWN- didn't the Euro banks sell-off all last week too. Heck, how much more do they have to sell off?

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  33. BTW, had a nice little score off that QI I took at 39.4625, sold it for lunch money at 39.7350....thanks for lunch Blythe. I am ready for more !!

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  34. @malcolm

    yes, I have paypal. But never used

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  35. Looks like miners are falling back in like with Gold in this takedown!

    http://www.google.com//finance?chdnp=1&chfdeh=0&chdet=1316116800000&chddm=8602&cmpto=NYSE:GLD;INDEXNYSEGIS:HUI&cmptdms=0;0&q=NYSE:GLD,INDEXNYSEGIS:HUI&ntsp=0

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  36. Red day today for PM.. you know what to do.

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  37. Why does anybody have cash to buy PM's at lower prices? Surely we are all fully invested in PM's already? You guys all make way too much monthly disposable fiat!

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  38. @Garry - I just dont pay my mortgage any more... thats an extra $1700 a month and it will take years for BofA to get me outta here.

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  39. It's never a good idea to be 100% unless you have just seen a serious panic. I have to admit, I took it a little deep into that last rush to the bottom, but I have taken a little off the table now into the slight recovery. Always keep some dry powder. If for no other reason, it will keep a smile on your face on days like today.

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  40. @highrise408 - You serious? You just decided to stop paying the mortgage and buy PM's instead with the difference? Thats balls! I guess you have a non recourse loan? ( not that it matters ) Technically, its a smart financial move, but I do not think I could deal with an eviction notice ( whenever it would come ) etc... having a wife and kids.

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  41. @highrise408, that is some funny shit.

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  42. @highrise408 said...

    $95 + Shipping for 1 oz silver 2012 Dragons...

    http://www.coininvestdirect.com/en/silver_coins/lunar_dragon_drache_2012_1oz_silver.htm

    If its to much hassle just let me know?
    They only ship to EU countries :(

    @maryan777,

    Can you buy the above coin and ship it to me, I on my fathers grave will pay you!!!!!!!

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  43. @highrise408,

    Smart move on your part! Everyone should do it, it would crash the entire system, LOL!

    Free homes for all my friends! They have such a back log of foreclosures and the banks refuse to acknowledge the non-performing loans on their books, because it would prove their insolvency!

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  44. @Garry - Yup. Fuck em. With the extra money, I have bought an arsenal of firearms, food, water, PM's and ammo reloading equipment. Hopefully silver will skyrocket, and I can drive down to my bank and pay off the loan before they slap me with the red tape.

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  45. Cheapest pre-sale 2oz 2012 Silver Dragon...

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/160651981822?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649

    $139.00 / Free Shipping

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  46. @highrise408 - Wow. Well its not like the people who have done the right thing in their lives are getting any reward. We are conditioned with the threat of eviction and ruined credit etc... Did you decide to stop because your house has gone down so much in price, or that you just want to live in a house for free and take the piss for as long as you can in the same way the bankers do to us?

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  48. @Garry - Were entering a new era of thinking. We are evolving ever so slowly into an enlightened and highly intelligent entity. And with this transition comes a new way of making decisions. I no longer make decisions based on "oh no... what will happen if I...", and rather make decisions based on "...well this is fucked, fuck that shit, Im doin this regardless..." - If we all live in fear of repo and eviction, they will continue to rape us of our freedom. When the banks collapse, and they will, who the fuck is going to go through millions of hours of data to try to find out who owed what? Nobody. They will erase the chalkboard and start from the top again. Oh no... the sheriff is gonna come evict me... fuck that. I pay my taxes, wait in traffic, go to a job where it seems I am the only one with a fully functioning nervous system, got fuck headed assholes trying to get me to save the planet with their petitions... there is only so much one can take. So when some dumbfuck with a badge shows up on my front door, and tells me I have 30 days to leave the property, I'll tell him hes got a bout 30 seconds to get off MY property before he finds out what its like to try to outrun my homie Mr. Lead.

    From Fight Club..

    "Man, I see in fight club the strongest and smartest men who've ever lived. I see all this potential, and I see squandering. God damn it, an entire generation pumping gas, waiting tables; slaves with white collars. Advertising has us chasing cars and clothes, working jobs we hate so we can buy shit we don't need. We're the middle children of history, man. No purpose or place. We have no Great War. No Great Depression. Our Great War's a spiritual war... our Great Depression is our lives. We've all been raised on television to believe that one day we'd all be millionaires, and movie gods, and rock stars. But we won't. And we're slowly learning that fact. And we're very, very pissed off. "

    "Look, the people you are after are the people you depend on. We cook your meals, we haul your trash, we connect your calls, we drive your ambulances. We guard you while you sleep. Do not... fuck with us."

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  49. Chase, Citi, Capital One, Discover.

    All maxed out credit cards with no payments made since September 2010.

    :)

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  50. Attorney General, Eric Holder, has already said this is one of his major issues. He does not believe the 2nd Amendment gives individuals the right to bear arms. This takes literally 2 clicks to complete. Please vote on this gun issue question with USA Today. It will only take a few seconds of your time. Then pass the link on to all the pro gun folks you know. Hopefully these results will be published later this month. This upcoming year will become critical for gun owners with the Supreme Court's accepting the District of Columbia case against the right for individuals to bear arms.


    http://www.usatoday.com/news/quickquestion/2007/november/popup5895.htm

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  51. @malcolm - I could buy it for you but isn't it esier to buy it in the US. Shipping from Europe could be expensive

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  52. @PaidInGold - Why pay back a loan the bank never had legal right to hand out in the first place. I did the same back in 2008 before the smack down, re-located, and never forwarded my address. Good shit buddy.

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  53. sept supposed to be the bust out month according to experts, but its been a bust thus far haha .... long road to the summit!

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  54. Silver broke down through 50DMA. Let's see how many hedge funds are fooled into selling. One thing I've noticed that Morgue's "painting a breach" tactic is getting less effective now after being used too many times.

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  55. @maryan777,

    It really hard to get that coin here. I have had things shipped from Australia and the UK, shipping is cheap. If you could do it be forever grateful!

    @Everyone else,

    All that credit is created out of thin air but our labor to repay is real! I say fuckem!

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  56. The sell off in commodities seems like they are trying to prep for more QE or the banks are liquidating every asset but equities.

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  57. SLW has had a nice rally off the bottom. Looks like someone believes the worst is over. I've noticed that QI has had very nice buying support at 39.50ish. I'd say that is short covering. My guess is that Blythe is very content to take as much off the table as she can at anything below $40. Doesn't feel like the bottom is falling out that's for sure.

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  58. HR408-

    While it often looks like the whole thing is gonna blow up in everyone's faces imminently, it so far has been a rather mellow and gradual decline- implying that it could still be 5,8, 10 years before they are no longer able to kick that can and it all ends.
    Did/do you consider that? I mean, your strategy could be golden (ha) IF things blow up in a timely (for you and us) fashion i.e. within the next 18 months, or you could be homeless with zero credit to reestablish (i think in the future, peopole will shun credit anyway so that might not be bad).....thoughts???

    PaidinGOld- so you are saying you stole some bullion etc, with those credit cards??what are you saying?

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  59. @malcolm

    check my Blogger profile and send me an eemail

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  60. I have a property I rent out. Basically rent pays for the mortgage thought it was a good play as it was building me equity.then I took the red pill to the ponzi economy. Been really tempted to take the highrise approach and say fuck it. Take the monthly rent and buy PM..? As it takes forever to actually lose the property would have to give a heads up to the renters though he he he.
    No way APMEX goona sell lunar on red day! Damn I want one!!!

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  61. @JoJo - It will happen, except like you said its mellow. This will not play out like a movie... the boring parts will not be edited out. I would give it 6 months before shit hits the fan in the markets, and after that, it will be a domino effect throughout the entire world. When its all over with, and it will be a while, nobody will ever want to see a banking system like this ever again. A new system will be established, but in the end, there will be faults with that one as well, and we will repeat history. Its the nature of all things.

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  62. Donald Trump Accepts Gold Bullion in Lieu of Dollars on APMEX Lease at 40 Wall Street-

    September 15, 2011, New York, NY – For the first time in the history of The Trump Organization, Donald J. Trump will be accepting Gold Bullion as a security deposit. APMEX, one of the largest U.S. precious metals dealers, will give Mr. Trump Gold Bullion today as a deposit on a 10 year commercial lease for the entire 50th floor at 40 Wall Street, also known as the Trump Building.

    40 Wall Street, formerly the tallest building in the world in 1930, is known as the “crown jewel” of lower Manhattan and was purchased and restored to its original grandeur by Trump in 1995. At the signing of the lease today at 11:00 AM ET at Trump Tower on 725 Fifth Avenue, APMEX CEO Michael Haynes will present Donald Trump with three, one kilo, .9999 pure Gold bars, weighing in total approximately 96.45 troy ounces.

    http://www.apmex.com/donald-trump-news-release/default.aspx?utm_source=HomePage&utm_medium=FlashBanner&utm_campaign=09152011TrumpNews_1

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  63. @malcolm: did you see my response to your Sunday menu question? If not, it is in the thread before this one.

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  64. @felix: see what I mean when I said never say "it can't..." broke out of the wedge to the downside today. $38.81 now becomes very important.

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  65. Arrrrr! Bloody red days! Good news is that a 10oz bar of silver was $418CND today.

    As said by...

    @Buckanear2 - "...Buy the dips and forget about it, the fundamentals get better daily,..."

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  66. @jojo

    no comment.

    but i'll say if i had additional credit right now, i'd milk as much phyzz as i possibly could.

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  67. Silver 39.83 (-2.26%)
    JP Morgan Chase 33.81 (+3.08%)

    The gap is closing, folks. Paging Wynter Benton...

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  68. Ahhhh..... My tube of 1/2oz 2012 Dragons just showed up... very nice.

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  69. Ben Davies just tweeted (fuck I hate saying that) he has had lunch with Ned and the whistle blower and that natural there is pending news. Wonder what it is...

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  70. @ highrise, congrats on the dragons; fucker!

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  72. just a question...whats the deal with these dragons and numismatics? I've always bought the lowest possible price. I don't understand how in the collapse of things people will pay more for fancy silver vs. bullion....

    I could see flipping those when demand and price soar and the sheep start trying to buy...is that why you guys buy it?

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  73. Highrise, this is what I got when I went to see that video:

    This video has been removed as a violation of YouTube's policy against spam, scams, and commercially deceptive content.
    Sorry about that.

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  74. HR408:

    This video has been removed as a violation of YouTube's policy against spam, scams, and commercially deceptive content.
    Sorry about that.

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  76. @ jojo, SGS explained it in one of his silver updates. In a nutshell, if you are buying 1 oz coins anyway, and you can buy coins that will demand huge premiums in the future even though at first release they are only a couple or three more dollars than a regular coin, then it makes sense to buy the numismatics at that point. I don't want to speak for SGS, but i don't think he advocates paying huge prermiums for numismatics that have already skyrocketed in value. There is probably an easy way to go back and find the video, but I am little dum.

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  77. silver news pending??interesting
    http://twitter.com/#!/hindecapital

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  78. @highrise, saw the video. If that video is real, then there must of been at least 30 muslims in that building with synchronized watches. Did anyone find their passports after the explosive vests went off and blew them to smithereens?

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  80. Highrise, LMAO, next time I'll make it a point to add more sarcasm.

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  81. SHORT INTEREST RISES IN SEVERAL STOCKS

    Looks like several stocks and the SLV just added more SHORT POSITIONS compared to last month:

    Ishares Silver Trust $ 38.79
    SLV -0.81

    Short Interest (Shares Short) 25,327,500
    Days To Cover (Short Interest Ratio) 0.7
    Short Interest - Prior 24,570,100
    Short % Increase / Decrease 3.08

    Sprott Physical Silver Trust $ 18.65
    PSLV -0.42

    Short Interest (Shares Short) 763,200
    Days To Cover (Short Interest Ratio) 0.7
    Short Interest - Prior 782,000
    Short % Increase / Decrease -2.40

    Hecla Mining Company $ 7.23
    HL -0.22

    Short Interest (Shares Short) 24,491,500
    Days To Cover (Short Interest Ratio) 3.0
    Short Interest - Prior 23,630,800
    Short % Increase / Decrease 3.64


    Silvercorp Metals Incorporated $ 7.02
    SVM 0.54

    Short Interest (Shares Short) 15,628,200
    Days To Cover (Short Interest Ratio) 3.4
    Short Interest - Prior 9,634,800
    Short % Increase / Decrease 62.21


    The market is still adding more shorts especially in SVM...which is no surprise. We do notice that the PSLV actually had a decrease....small mind you, but the SLV added another million plus shares short.

    The GLD liquidated almost 3 million short shares and many of the gold miners liquidated between 8-15% of their short shares.

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  82. Anyone know any history for that WTC7 video? Who filmed it and why has it taken so long to surface? If its real that is some scary shit - it actually made my stomach turn, utterly irrefutable.

    This video is my previous favourite - plane/jet fuel/office fucking fire/muslim-related explanations of this welcome.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otgfwzA1ECc

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  83. Energies "just happen" to have a bull move today, let me see, cause the dollar "fell"? BBBBAAAAHHHH...they are setting this shit up...read it

    http://www.christianpost.com/news/u-s-urges-its-citizens-to-leave-syria-as-international-pressure-builds-over-violent-crackdown-in-syria-53546/

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  84. You think PM's are sucking right now. Pause a moment and think aboiut all those who bought Netfix in the high 200's. Hmmmmpttttt! Lets just say I cancelled my subscription as soon as they started taking the piss with the price hikes!

    http://www.google.com/finance?q=NASDAQ:NFLX

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  85. Let me break this article down, to wake up anyone here that doesn't believe this is a false flag:

    The U.S. State Department has urged American citizens to leave Syria immediately amid intensifying violence in President Bashar al-Assad’s crackdown on opposition protesters....

    In a statement Friday the State Department warned that U.S. citizens should depart Syria at once while commercial transportation is still available. The announcement was an update to the April 25 warning that families of U.S. embassy staff and non-emergency personnel must leave the country.

    Wait..is it American citizens or non-emergency personnel?

    The State Department further noted that the Damascus government has placed “severe” constraints on the travel of U.S. diplomats in Syria, which could affect their ability to get out of the country.

    What, every U.S. citizen in Syria is a diplomat?

    Fucking O'Bummer needs an "Oklahoma City":

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/mark-penn-says-obama-needs-similar-event-to-oklahoma-city-to-reconnect-with-voters/

    since all you know I really don't do stocks, I don't know of an energy ETF or a good stock to recommend. Seems like Mobil has their finger in the anus of plenty of politicians that are looking for the next fix or blow & blow job, so maybe they might be worth investing in. Don't they have a decent dividend too?

    Yes, this is a m.f.'n RANT

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  86. Premium always loses value eventually so you should avoid as much as possible.

    Gold and silver probably going considerably more if they get sustained happy talk for Europe. Gold needs to test that summer gap up at 1675 and silver (which I follow less) should retest 37, maybe even 33-35.

    THAT would be my next big BUY point when I would grab with both hands. Good luck.

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  87. > "We do notice that the PSLV actually had a decrease.... small mind you, but the SLV added another million plus shares short."

    Obviously it helps to be backed by silver instead of paper.

    BMO removed PHYS from its trading site two weeks ago. Anyone else notice? Talking to BMO, apparently nobody except me seems to have complained or noticed. Pretty clear from that gold is NOT a “bubble”.

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  88. Thermite found at ground zero is nothing but yet another distraction. How did the hundreds of thousand of tons of reinforced concrete and steel in the towers turn to sub 80 micron powder? Not kerosine, not pancaking, not conventional charges, not thermite...

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  89. @Judy:

    Judy said...
    Premium always loses value eventually so you should avoid as much as possible.

    Gold and silver probably going considerably more if they get sustained happy talk for Europe. Gold needs to test that summer gap up at 1675 and silver (which I follow less) should retest 37, maybe even 33-35.

    THAT would be my next big BUY point when I would grab with both hands. Good luck.
    September 15, 2011 6:29 PM

    Assuming you are a woman..where have you been all of my life?

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  90. @Judy: gap...retest...my gosh, that is damn near XXX to me. I'm being a smart a$$ because I feel like I am basically the only person (with some notable exceptions) that care about TA on this blog.

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  91. @DM,

    I have heard of this new "pulse" weapon. Please tell me more.

    @Ledbedder,

    TA works, your proof of it, the only thing is it has it limits on a day to day, but longer term it rocks.

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  92. You can see the charges go of at WTC7. Wheres MikeS?

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  93. You've seen Judy Woods' site I assume, have done some DD on the Hutchison Effect, etc. There was physical evidence of the Hutchison Effect all over the place at ground zero. Ron Schmidt (zorgon) and John Lear (to a much lesser degree) have done a ton of great research on DEWs, USSTRATCOM, Navy Space Command, etc.

    I'm not saying I know what happened but there doesn't seem to be any plausible explanations aside from micro-nukes and space-based DEWs/molecular dissociation or a combination of the two. There was no radioactive signatures post collapse and suspiciously less than should have been recorded on the Richter scale that morning (ie a couple of hundred thousand tons of steel and concrete hitting the deck virtually at freefall) so it's an ongoing mystery.

    One needs to be careful and not just jump on an obvious explanation at any rate.

    All this is just my opinion.

    We're all looking for the truth brother and that's what matters. ;)

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  94. @Ledbedder

    There is an obvious gap-up on the gold chart to 1675 that has never been revisited. Unless you it's urban legend, we gotta test that before moving above the double top. I was surprised how fast it went to 1900+ from there and been keeping my powder dry ever since. Else we need to move down toward the 150dma which has long been a fairly reliable trend line for support.

    I like TA but think it is not as useful in manipulated markets like these. For example we all suspect the second top of gold's "double top" was manufactured.

    I think that some upcoming happy talk & spin in Europe could set PM for a small tumble. That was my first post here few weeks ago when everyone was giddy about the metals and folks were lined-up outside Scotiabank to buy it. Nobody lined up there today. Sometime soon the EU will proclaim the sovereign debt "crisis solved", which in retrospect will be as laughable as Bush's "Mission Accomplished" moment in 2003 Iraq. That will mark the medium-term bottom in the metals (in 2-3 weeks?) from which point we shall eventually surge I think.

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  95. "Not kerosine, not pancaking, not conventional charges, not thermite... "

    Must have been made of confetti...

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  96. If silver goes back down to $33 along with a commensurate market surge it's going to be a great time to buy silver calls and shorting the market. Nice quick fiat to be made there.

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  97. USD breakdown and S&P closing above 1200 today was significant. Last time S&P got above 1200 the shorts immiediately took it down hard, but not today. 1200 is now support instead of resistance. Resistance now in 1220-1230... if we cut through that like butter, then 1250 is next. Very disturbing for us bears that GS lowered its target from 1400 to 1250 today... probably means GS just went long on their prop trades. Also is why I am bearish G&S short-term. Possibly the safest way to play metals short-term during this risk-on is via the spread (short gold and long silver). Good luck.

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  98. YouTube flagged my account for uploading that vid about WTC 7 on 9/11... fuckers.

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  99. @Judy, if you don't think TA is useful in manipulated markets like these, then what system(s) do you use? Ledbedder seems to do pretty well for himself using TA...

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  100. @highrise408 you are my new fucking hero...dude you are a stud. No mortgage and buying all the preps? I like your strategy...your timing may be impreccable. The 911 video is amazing BTW...my stomach turned when i saw it. I wonder who followed the rabbit hole on that one.

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  101. @Whiskey - Im just tired of the system. Whatever I can do to slightly disrupt it without prison time. the vid is good, but its not long enough. Glad you saw it. Oh, and like the disclaimer at the bottom of the page, please dont take anything I say and do it just because I did it. Not paying my mortgage just works for me right now I guess.

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  102. @malcolm: Mike S said he will not return due to the 9/11 postings.

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