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neville - 2/6/2016 at 12:42 PM GMT
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 Something has Changed in Gold Stocks
 - Jordan Roy Byrne - The Daily Gold
No nothing strange has happened in GOLD stocks....absolutely nothing.....The fact of the matter is that
you byrne have been playing the man and NOT the ball....Here is an example of just how one eyed you are
and that why anyone in their sane mind should listen to you....If you had paid attention to The Canary in the GOLD MINE
instead of writing the rubbish you do,you would have seen that South African Gold shares have well and truly turned
the corner and that happened in JUNE of 2015 .

All the while that you were brow beating your readers these counters have more than doubled........YES EVERYONE
this whatever you would like to call him kept you out of the GOLD SHARE market on the most spurious of grounds.

HERE are the facts JSE ... 
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overtheedge - 2/5/2016 at 7:10 PM GMT
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 The Revisionist Theory and History of Depressions  (3)
 - Antal E. Fekete - Gold University
"The key is in the hand of the U.S. government. It is the same key that was used to lockthe U.S. Mint to silver in 1873, and to gold sixty years later, in 1933. By using it now to open13the U.S. Mint to both silver and gold, the U.S. government can effectively cordon off theBlack Hole of zero interest to prevent further damage."

Try as I might, I can see no historical evidence that bi-bimetallism with a fixed exchange value to have ever worked.
There is little doubt that letting silver price float might work with a fixed gold price. Still the operative word is "might" work. Perhaps both should float.
I opine that silver makes a great token coin.
And I argue there was no "Crime of '73"; only a bunch of silver miners (and their respective legisla... 
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S W. - 2/4/2016 at 11:47 PM GMT
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 First Report since April, 2014
 - Jason Hommel - Silverstockreport
Here I was just 2 days ago thinking whatever happened to that evangelical silver guy.
Low and behold up he springs, like some spirit from the grave.
And boy is Hommel on a mission.
He wants to be honest.
He wants to reach the masses!
He needs to see a psychiatrist ( my advice).

And all this a few days after Silver is looking somewhat promising with the price rising.
And the failed businessman Hommel will direct all his acolytes to you know where..his Mom's Silver Shop.

Hallelujah folks ! 
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S W. - 2/3/2016 at 2:41 AM GMT
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 LBMA Silver “Price”: A Perfect Storm of Stupidity
 - Bron Suchecki - Perth Mint
There is no doubt that the Comex can be used as a casino for those who want to trade Silver up/or down or maybe some just wish to take a small punt. Hell sometimes I do with a small modicum of success. Its a hard one to trade,I admit.
I am an end of day trader.
It makes no difference to me whether the markets are crooked,rigged,manipulated and or fixed or not !( choose your own belief).
Fact is, at the end of the day, it makes no difference to the way and why I trade Silver.
Its all noise.
Keith Weiner explains the Silver market very well.
PS there is no shortage of silver. There may be one day, but not now!
If you bought some today it may turnout to be a good investment.
Gold wins hands down, for mine. 
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Answer To :OzSILV - 1/30/2016 at 11:47 PM GMT
Bron refuses to EVER admit this market is a Casino and the disconnect between Paper and Physical is a big clue to this
 
S W. - 1/30/2016 at 7:09 AM GMT
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 LBMA Silver “Price”: A Perfect Storm of Stupidity
 - Bron Suchecki - Perth Mint
Usually I enjoy Bron's take on things,but to be perfectly honest, I can't understand 95% of what he his on about here.
I get the feeling that he is simply "on something." 
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J T. - 1/29/2016 at 9:08 PM GMT
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 LBMA Silver “Price”: A Perfect Storm of Stupidity
 - Bron Suchecki - Perth Mint
"Criminal" is not the same as "stupid"...and it's not a farce when it is intentional. The only Farce has to do with the criminals in positions of oversight and enforcement that turn a blind eye to the crimes, or actually, let me correct myself, who watch the crimes in progress from beginning to end and do nothing, except to occasionally deny their reality, b/c that is exactly what they are paid to do. The Farce is that there are NO "normal" markets, no "free" markets, just a casino run by criminals under the guise of a market, overseen by criminals under the guise of government protection. 
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S W. - 1/29/2016 at 6:09 PM GMT
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 Troubling Turnover  (4)
 - Theodore Butler - Butler Research
Obviously analysing silver inventory at Comex to hopefully predict some future rise in the price of silver, simply does not work and is a complete waste of time for Ted Butler.
Who in their right mind would subscribe to his missives when he has been wrong for years?
He peddles hope.

Here is a tip for free.

A quick glance at a monthly chart of Silver "price" shows that it continues to head south east and shows NO SIGN of changing direction. 
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J T. - 1/26/2016 at 2:47 PM GMT
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 The Coming Perfect Storm In Silver
 - Steve St Angelo - SRSRocco Report
"Analysts" have been talking about the "perfect storm" coming in silver for more than a decade now...and always as though it were right around the corner...longest corner I've ever seen! And I am speaking as an investor in silver since the late 1990s. Yet not ONE of them (including above) has been able to explain where all the silver has come from over the past decade and more to supply all the physical demands of the various physical markets that require silver: military, industrial, biomedical, investment, etc. WHERE IS IT AND HAS IT BEEN COMING FROM?? And I am not talking about paper or electronic silver, but really actual physical silver. And I'm also not talking about the ETFs, which would also then require an explanation of where the ETFs "found" all that si... 
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sneezy67 - 1/26/2016 at 1:15 PM GMT
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 Hope Springs Eternal
 - Captain Hook - Treasure Chest
Reminds me of an adolescent toy from the past where if one peg is pushed down then another pops up....Of course the child supposedly couldn't read charts and mom or dad didn't use a hack saw as a cheating device ....What does this all mean?...Damned if I know. 
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overtheedge - 1/20/2016 at 8:35 PM GMT
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 Everybody's Doing It  (3)
 - John Rubino - Dollar Collapse
" The case could actually be made that fabricating economic stats is a sign that China is joining the community of "advanced" countries."
For many it may already be known, but ...
With this, John Rubino tells us what we need to fully recognize when making longer term investment decisions.
Good article.
Thanks and a tip of the hat to you. 
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Jim C. - 1/20/2016 at 4:41 PM GMT
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 When Peace Breaks Out With Iran...  (6)
 - Ron Paul - 
International relations has never been Ron Paul's strong suit. Economics, maybe; politics, no. His praise of a peaceful Iran smells like a decomposed skunk given Iran's repeated rants of "Death to America and Israel." First, we don't where the America ships were when they were captured. The American sailors were held at gunpoint, forced to kneel, and more than likely forced to apologize for their release.

On repeated occasions Ron Paul has intimated that America deserved to be bombed on 9/11. His words: "Well, what did we expect having had military bases in their country." Ron Paul is on the extreme Right Wing: not only does he believe in less government - fine - he believes in NO government - not fine.

That Ron Paul believes peace and tran... 
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overtheedge - 1/19/2016 at 6:18 PM GMT
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 Why Are We Still Paying Attention To Chinese Numbers?
 - John Rubino - Dollar Collapse
"China is big, yes, but it lacks the rule of law and stable institutions of a world power. And it seems not to understand markets, which should terrify everyone who hopes to avoid a global melt-down."

Yah, so what!
All they are doing is following the USA, EU, Japan, Great Brittan and and the rest of the world down the same road.
There is no stopping a person, corporation or country dead set on a get rich quick scheme.

However, you are right. Why pay attention to politicians, central bank lackeys and bureaucrats whether Chinese, American or other.
All of them are so crooked that they have to screw their socks on.
But they are just a microcosm of those they claim to serve. 
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overtheedge - 1/18/2016 at 7:40 PM GMT
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 This Is Not 2008: It's Actually Worse  (3)
 - Michael Pento - Delta Global Advisors
China first.
When you are sitting on a few trillion dollars in your foreign reserves that will NEVER be paid back with anything of value, what do you do?
Use them as collateral for internal financing of infrastructure.
Just a simple case of use it or lose it.
China might have already figured that out.

When corporations borrow to buy back stock, what is actually happening is asset stripping.
Increasing debt without increasing productivity is the path to bankruptcy.
But the buy backs allow smart gamblers to book a profit and leave the Rubes holding the bag.
After all, the stock price is buoyed up with these buy backs. This makes the company look strong when it is actually on the ropes and going down.
Debt is immaterial when the... 
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Jake - 1/18/2016 at 4:54 PM GMT
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 Worse Than 1860  (16)
 - James Howard Kunstler - 
The GOP Establishment are the only group opposing Trump within the GOP in any meaningful way. The GOP voters absolutely hate the party Dons and fully intend to rub their Ivy League $hithead faces in dog crap for all their lies and betrayals.
Trump will garner the overwhelming majority of traditional Republican voters because this time around no one cares about what somebody did or thought about gay marriage or gun control 25 years ago. Today's stand will be taken at face value.
Trump will also take all the "Reagan Democrats" and I boldly proclaim he will take at least 20% of the Black vote and will get far more Hispanic votes than Romney.
This is going to be a rout. Americans are sick and tired and no one is more sick and tired... 
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Jim C. - 1/18/2016 at 4:48 PM GMT
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 Worse Than 1860  (16)
 - James Howard Kunstler - 
So the Kunstler - two time Obama voter - dislikes Democrats as much as Republicans. The world, he posits, is coming to an end and the 'shit show of 2016' will hasten it along.

What does the Kunstler, then, recommend? Well, no longer do we hear his rants about Peak Oil being our doom -- that canard has been fully demolished: we have never been in danger of oil depletion and probably never will be...at least for another century. So what will cause mankind to flee into the woods as the Kunstler drools about?

He'll think of something. 
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overtheedge - 1/17/2016 at 7:22 PM GMT
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 Gold Outlook for 2016
 - Przemyslaw Radomski CFA - SunshineProfits
"The U.S. economy should grow faster than other developed economies, ..."

In the real world, growth is mandated by that odd notion that new wealth can only be created by producing something tangible.
This is accomplished by producing commodities and by value-added processing aka manufacturing.
Everything else is taking in one another's laundry.
Service industry is NOT industry. It is just a wealth transfer mechanism that carries a heavy fee in the form of taxation.

So with mining on the downswing, oil profits questionable at best, even marginal agricultural land already in production and no new manufacturing coming on line, any growth can only be measured with the rubber-band known as increased money supply.
Printing more money only ... 
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S W. - 1/14/2016 at 6:30 PM GMT
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 Is gold stretched?
 - Bron Suchecki - Perth Mint
Gotta luv ratios!
When gold hits $700 silver will be about $9.50 R = 73.7 ( my guesswork)
Today its 77.75
I am thinking its all a bit meaningless.
Gold should be the denominator as it is the only constant (money) 
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S W. - 1/13/2016 at 5:23 PM GMT
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 Eureka Moment  (3)
 - Theodore Butler - Butler Research
Imagine my surprise to wake early and see that I was stopped out.!
 
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S W. - 1/12/2016 at 6:08 PM GMT
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 Eureka Moment  (3)
 - Theodore Butler - Butler Research
After reading this article from TB I checked the silver market.
I do not often trade Ag but today I went short at $13.78.
Why not the price is being manipulated lower ? 
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Roygbiv - 1/8/2016 at 8:49 PM GMT
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 Buy Gold Prices Break $1100, Fed 'Priced In' as China Turmoil 'Just 1998' Mainstream Media Tells Soros
 - Bullion Vault - 


Read and reread.

"It certainly appears that Bullion Vault has no strength to their convictions."

Where would they get it from ?
Is the price of AG/AU manipulated or not ?
Two possibilities: Yes or No
When it goes down it's manipulated when up ... not.

 
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Roygbiv - 1/8/2016 at 8:41 PM GMT
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 Buy Gold Prices Break $1100, Fed 'Priced In' as China Turmoil 'Just 1998' Mainstream Media Tells Soros
 - Bullion Vault - 
Hi , Respectfully Yours
You want to be dominated by the convictions of Bullion Vault ?
Or is this a misunderstanding ?
My conviction : nobody has a clue.
My dead knell. I retired last week. Got some silver and gold. Some. What the eff...
physical
I'd like to retire in Cuba.
Can not take 150kg of silver with me !!!
2kg of gold is easier ...
I feel so tired in retirement and it just started... ☺  
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Answer To :overtheedge - 1/7/2016 at 9:03 PM GMT
One Bullion Vault article is about Dahdah predicting the price dropping through $1000USD and then this article.
Both on the same day by Bullion Vault.
Advertising is all about managing perceptions.
If Bullion Vault hasn't a clue, why would any logical reasoning person trust the reporting to be anything other than noise?
It certainly appears that Bullion Vault has no strength to their convictions.
A flip of a coin is at least definitive; it is either heads or tails.

Due diligence anyone?
 
overtheedge - 1/7/2016 at 7:03 PM GMT
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 Buy Gold Prices Break $1100, Fed 'Priced In' as China Turmoil 'Just 1998' Mainstream Media Tells Soros
 - Bullion Vault - 
One Bullion Vault article is about Dahdah predicting the price dropping through $1000USD and then this article.
Both on the same day by Bullion Vault.
Advertising is all about managing perceptions.
If Bullion Vault hasn't a clue, why would any logical reasoning person trust the reporting to be anything other than noise?
It certainly appears that Bullion Vault has no strength to their convictions.
A flip of a coin is at least definitive; it is either heads or tails.

Due diligence anyone?
 
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