Profile and commentaries of Peter C.
Peter C
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Last commentary posted on Thursday, September 8, 2011
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 Chris Ciovacco
Logical Case For 49 Drop In Stocks  (1)
I would like to thank Mr Ciovacco for composing and presenting his information in digestable terms, packaged in language with graphs - more easily comprehensible by myself and presumably MANY other lay readers. Thanks.

Will be viewing your site after hitting send.
Peter Carson
9/8/2011 at 2:28 AMPermalink
 24hGoldwire - 24hGold
Chavez expects gold to be back in Venezuela in 'weeks'
please post another link to the original article, as the link noted does not work.

Peter Carson
9/1/2011 at 4:59 PMPermalink
 Eric de Carbonnel - Market Skeptics
The extraordinary lack of coverage of Ron Paul  (18)
Dear Jim C.
Time to stop drinking "the KoolAid" buddy.
Since when can an almost seamless media black-out be quantified as "to some extent" ?

Per nukes - please keep in mind how many Nukes have been distributed by Uncle $cam ?

Per Iran - obviously you are swimming in all the KoolAid your U$$A MSM media is providing.
The only country on the planet with "dirty bombs" is AmeriKKKa, AND...
8/20/2011 at 11:12 PM  3  0  Rating :  3 1 AnswerPermalink
 Przemyslaw Radomski CFA - SunshineProfits
Fundamentals, Technicals and Silver – Be Cautious!  (1)
This is reminiscient of comments posted by only a few techincal analysts - just prior to waterfall events in the silver spot price during the first trading days of May 2011. Silver-Bugs Beware.
6/20/2011 at 11:12 PMPermalink
 James Turk - Goldmoney
Gold and Silver Form Promising Bullish Divergences  (1)
Think I have developed a habit of drinking this particularly volitile flavor of Koolaid.
6/2/2011 at 8:19 PMPermalink
 Treasures and Gold Fever - Bix Weir
The Great Silver Mystery (...and the greatest secret of all time!)  (21)
Maybe a better question is : How many people are holding radioactive “Fukushima” silver bars ???
6/1/2011 at 5:11 PM  1  2  Rating :  -1 1 AnswerPermalink
 Nick Barisheff - Bullion Management Services
Is Gold a Bad Investment  (2)
One point of contention, and possibly my misunderstanding or semantics is : my present belief that all paper currencys do have counterparty risk. Think Belarus on May 24 - May 25 losing approx 50% of its paper Rubble currency purchasing power overnight. Respectfully request Mr Barisheff to please clarify.
Peter Carson
5/26/2011 at 8:37 AMPermalink
 Eric de Carbonnel - Market Skeptics
Rigging French Elections: The “DEATH BY MEDIA” of Dominique Strauss Kahn  (2)
To my thinking, right from the get-go, it seemed literally impossible to imagine the time frame of events which led to the arrest of DSK from his seat aboard an airliner in first class. It is beyond the pale to imagine that within a matter of a couple of hours - this woman could report the incident to her boss at the hotel, AND that the NYPD would literally drop everything to make this particular allegation the ...
5/24/2011 at 6:53 PMPermalink
 Charleston Voice
Graphical Foreclosure Disaster  (10)
Would like to see comparative maps, Y/Y from 2006 - 2010 - and 2011 - 2014. I'll give you 20 oz Ag for the entire neighborhood - LOL. Question : Have MERS, Robo-Doc and *title-insurance* been resolved ??
5/10/2011 at 11:46 PM  0  1  Rating :  -1 Permalink
Costata's Silver Open Forum  (2)
Very well written, fantastic links and support documentation - providing much food for thought.
5/10/2011 at 11:14 PMPermalink
 Alasdair Macleod - Finance and Eco.
Will governments confiscate gold  (5)
Per Mr McLeod
Excellent points, well defined.

@ mart S
Obviously not all of it - as there are still many collector coins of that era floating around.
4/28/2011 at 6:16 AM  3  0  Rating :  3 Permalink
 Michael J. Panzner - Financial Armageddon
Fools' Errand  (1)
@ "Arizona's Middle Class Further Out of Reach for Young" (Arizona Republic)

The answer is fairly simple : Refuse to make another payment on all : mortgages, loans, credit cards.
The entire system is a ponzi scheme.
Crash the banksters - with extreme prejudice.

Use your money instead - to acqure food, medicine, family supplies of all nature - and do so quickly !
4/27/2011 at 5:01 AMPermalink
 Alasdair Macleod - Goldmoney
Anatomy of a short squeeze  (5)
Dear Mr McLeod
Excellent, succinct, well writtten, and transparently comprehensible to novice amatuers such as myself.
Thank you.
Peter Carson
4/21/2011 at 7:33 PMPermalink
 Bullion Vault
Gold Silver Touch New Records as Athens Denies "Restructuring" Talks  (2)
Dear Mr Ash
Thank you for taking time from your day, to compose succinct current articles written in plain language for amateur PM investors such as myself. Appreciate efforts to offer some contra balancing views.

From what I read – lots of bad news for Uncle $amBama in Latin America, Ecuador, Bolivia, Brazil, Chavez connecting Cuba with Fibre Optics, while Castro prepares to set-up drill rigs off t...
4/20/2011 at 3:48 AMPermalink
 John Rubino - Dollar Collapse
Seeds of Their Own Destruction
2 points you failed to address per increased interest rates :
1. U$ Pension indexing
2. U$ administrations Cost of borrowing

Ergo : Why pay interest when it costs virtually ZERO to make digital balance sheet entries ?
4/13/2011 at 4:35 PMPermalink
Reference Point: Gold - Update #2
My apology to both Mr Ash and FOFOA for my confusion.
Peter Carson
4/12/2011 at 9:11 PMPermalink
Reference Point: Gold - Update #2
Dear Mr Ash
Albeit your math may be temporarilly correct, I do not agree with either your premises or principle attempt to delay inevitable disaster of the U$D. Unless I am grossly mistaken, EVEN IF U$370B was added to the asset column of America's balance sheet - it only RENTs a month or so of additional time before Reckoning occurs.

What happens to the U$ economy and U$D at the end of this short ...
4/12/2011 at 9:08 PMPermalink
 Jason Hommel - Silverstockreport
Frequently Asked Questions on Silver  (9)
Jason - another excellent, informative, and well written article, addressing many delicate points.
Thank-you for helping commoners survive crushing tides of may well prove to be a worldwide fiat paper economic tsunami within the next 6 - 18 months.

Peter Carson
4/11/2011 at 7:18 PM  1  0  Rating :  1 Permalink
 Mark O'Byrne -
Silver New Record Near $42/oz…
Thank you Mr OByrne, for what I view as an excellent, well balanced, non-hype analysis of volitility within : hard money, fiat paper, food commodity and futures trading markets.
4/11/2011 at 6:11 PMPermalink
 Mark O'Byrne -
Gold May Fall on ECB Rate Rise but Rising Interest Rates Likely to Lead to Much Higher Prices
Why are so many PM prognosticators so damned bi-polar when U$D price moves 2% - 5% higher or lower - and especially when CB interest rates go up ?? VoLiTiLiTy is eXpEcTeD AND gOOD - RIGHT ??

As far as I`m concerned - CB interest rate hikes are excellent indicators of fiat paper weakness - which is BULLISH for PM.

Better get a grip if you believe Au = U$10K - U$100K and or Ag = U$500 - U$5000 ...
4/8/2011 at 4:10 PMPermalink
A Winner Takes the Gold
Dagan "the dingbat" was as painfully stupid to listen to as - fingernails on a chalkboard.

I suspect one reason FAUX news keeps her online - is because so many stupid people can relate to her - due to widespread plethora of mathematical ineptitude within unwashed bewildered common herds.
4/5/2011 at 4:18 PMPermalink
 The Prudent Investor
4-Minute Tour of a Spanish Ghost Town
I find your comment blaming China for this ghost-town to be quite interesting.
Silly me, imagining it was more likely a cabal of scumbag banksters, greedy property developers and loose government controls which caused economic chaos in local areas.
4/5/2011 at 4:00 PMPermalink
 The Gold Report
Rick Rule: When Worlds Collide
After discovering RR on King World Newsin late 2009 or early 2010 - . In each of aprox a dozen interviews - RR is on the mark, tlaks in plain language without embelishment.

KWN is 1 of only a handful of cogent publications - really getting down to brass tacks, respectfully.

Thanks - your composition is precisey what I need in my toolbox - helping people get on the right side of a massive Tsuna...
4/1/2011 at 8:38 PMPermalink
 Jason Hommel - Silverstockreport
Silver Shortages (Again!)  (1)
Unless I am mistaken you were one of many notable speakers at the February show at the Vancouver Convention center, including Eric Sprott who I met in person. The data and details revealed in your current business model, make it moot you are one of the ethical and honorable dealers who acts with integrity - as defined by Oxford rather than any of the professional assn's, in particular legal and accUnting society...
4/1/2011 at 6:01 PMPermalink
 Michael Pento - Delta Global Advisors
The Inflation Knuckleball  (1)
Recently read an article which may explain why banks are stalling liquidation of foreclosures:
Succinctly, banksters can maintian pending foreclosures as assets at full face value, whereas once they liquidate - losses must be realized.
Peter Carson
3/30/2011 at 7:43 PMPermalink
 James Howard Kunstler
Make no Mistake  (7)
Dear Mr. Kunstler
Per your comments relative to: 'This is a system with no mechanism of self-regulation left.' - I respectfully believe you missed BOTH the dichotomy and hypocracy of "self regulation", which are intentionally designed as inherently corrupt systems from the get-go.

All autonomous self regulated and captively self insured professional associations are in direct conflict of interest - ...
3/28/2011 at 11:06 PM  1  1  Rating :  0 Permalink
 Adrian Ash - Bullion Vault
Gold Bubble : Written in the Stars
What else could be reasonably expected, than for self serving professional economists and traders to predict PM are an unfavored investment - because when clients convert fiat paper into PM they liquidate stock market positions to do so - effectively eliminating future trading commissions. Fait acompli.
3/28/2011 at 8:40 PMPermalink
 Sean Corrigan
The Great Wave  (4)
Succinctly, and with all due respect to Mr Corrigan, albeit his message may be brilliantly combined prose, brimming with metaphors, oxymoron`s, sarcastic hyperbole and insider jokes –I doubt many unwashed commoners read past or understood even paragraph 1. Speaking only for myself, I will not waste further of my time reading future Corrigan articles, firstly due to required laborious efforts to make any sense on...
3/20/2011 at 4:51 AMPermalink
 Rick Ackerman
Are You Prepared For a Food Shortage  (1)
Thank you for making efforts to awaken commoners of imminent changes in availablility and costs of food in the near future. Another website which is on-point is : POssibly the worst website relative to making preparations, is by a charletan named Michael Ruppert.

Along the same lines, it is my further belief there will be a snow-ball effect of commoners who will en mass begin re...
3/1/2011 at 6:28 PMPermalink
 Jason Hommel - Silverstockreport
Storm has Passed!
Another excellent article, which includes a few "survival techniques" in your warning. One of the best websites which I believe presents reliable and intelligent sources of information to prepare for collapse of world economies is : Possibly the worst website is by Michael Ruppert.

Per confiscation, this term is really incorrect, because Roosevelt did not confiscate gold per se,...
3/1/2011 at 5:32 PMPermalink
 Eric de Carbonnel - Market Skeptics
The importance of Gulf oil spill
Dear Mr.Carbonnel.
There are several other sides of the gulf oil spill which are not getting much, if any MSM press, which I suggest are aspects of this converging travesty with grave impacts, not only to American gulf states, but is apparently causing dramatic weather changes all over the eastern seaboard, Canada, Ireland and England, but the entire planet.

Succinctly, my understanding is based ...
2/28/2011 at 8:00 AMPermalink
 James Howard Kunstler
White is the New Black  (5)
Dear Mr Kunstler.
For the past years or so, I have enjoyed your regularly enlightening doses of political and Precious Metal prose. Thank-you.

To that end, I would enjoy your analysis of another author named Bix Weir, and his Road-to-Roota theory :

Mr Weir's thesis delivers approbation to both Mr Greenspan and “the Bernank” - as a pair of "White-Hat" Cowboys, fi...
2/21/2011 at 10:01 PMPermalink
 Clive Maund
Silver Market Update  (3)
Clive, respectfully : What do you have to say today, with Ag at approx U$34/oz ?

As a number of metal bugs have correctly noted, technical analysis developed in pre-fiat world terms, appears to fail in our new paradyme of an all fiat world order.

Peter Carson
2/21/2011 at 6:21 PMPermalink
 James Turk - fgmr
Silver is Approaching Stage Two of its Bull Market  (4)
Thank-you Mr Turk for clarifying the obvious.
For the last year, I have read numerous articles claiming silver had crossed into stage 2 of this bull market - when spot prices rose above $21. To my thinking this was ridiculous - because it was less than half its non-CPI adjusted U$D 49.45 in Jan 1980.

I agree with your POV: silver will not be in stage 2 until it is well above $50, possibly as high ...
2/17/2011 at 6:05 PMPermalink
 Food for thought
If all bank loans were paid up…  (8)
In my opinion,: You are absolutely correct, but with a number of respectful caveats - as follows:

1. In my view, it is not only the bankstering system - all democratic governments are also frauds.

2. Commoners the world over have never been in a position of such tremendous econimic strength to exercise our will - by simply refusing to fund userous governments and banksters.
2/11/2011 at 11:22 PMPermalink