... ready to take the elevator down due to a broken cable, then the best option for you is to put everything under your mattress.
Volume continues to deteriorate. Observe the on-balance volume (OBV) indicator on StockCharts. It is topping out and beginning to fall. A 5-year chart of $INDU (DJIA) shows this when selecting this indicator. If you are long, this would be a good time to sell, especially non-PM (non-Precious Metals sector) stocks. Without looking at OBV it is evident just by looking at volume that it has dropped to the point that the question has to be asked, what is the origin of what little volume exists?
Sorry. That was misspoken. It should have said "Yahoo has shut down PM message board websites..." The downgrades were appropriate for that reason. Notice the comparative infrequency of posts to those of the past.
I added to SLW Friday. bought 2 jrs today alexco axu and Canadian zinc czicf. anyone else do due diligence on these 2.? both seem undervalued, but maybe undercapitalized also, opinions?
Yahoo please take note, this guy here is not talking about Silver Wheaton, or stocks, or commodities, please use your right to discriminate and delete all such messages and return this to a finance board ,thank you very much.
I cannot help but notice that my comments regarding the legitimacy of the 14th and other amendments garnered "thumbs down" ratings.
To those that thought the truth worthy of such, might I suggest that you actually do some research. If you begin to look closely at what has occurred in American history as the "elite" have fashioned their warren you'll soon discover that fraud is rampant.
Find, for example, the resolutions passed by both Georgia and Louisiana regarding the 14th. Each clearly spells out the illegitimacy.
Then, specifically for the 16th and 17th amendments, check out the books written by Bill Benson, "The Law That Never Was". The short story is that the author traveled to each and every pertinent state and obtained certified copies of the actions of each pertaining to the 16th and 17th amendments. Let's just say that neither passed the constitutional requirements necessary for one reason or another and yet they were imposed nonetheless.
His commentary on the mischief regarding the legitimacy of the 16th caused the federal government to attack his book as "a risky tax scheme" so as to hopefully ban it.
The 17th amendment, which allowed for the popular election of senators served as the final blow to federalism by removing the power of the states to brake federal action. Thankfully, nullification and eventually interpositioning are making a come back.
I think that some don't know very much at all about the land they live in or why things are as they are.
What a “surprise”! Will those that understand what brought us to this predicament “take the bull by the horns” and have the intelligence to place those who brought everyone to these circumstances remember who it was and adequately “reward” them so better outcomes will result?
It was a bad week for the economy. A mere 126,000 jobs were added in March, far below expectations, and average pay declined. One wonders how many of those jobs were part time. Further, the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta cut its estimate of first quarter GDP growth to zero:
The U.S. economy isn’t off to a great start in 2015. It’s looking so rotten that the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta just cut its growth projection to zero for the first three months of the year.
That’s a big drop from the 1.9% growth forecast they started with in early February.
Economic growth has been consistently disappointing throughout the Obama years. The president’s budgets have repeatedly forecast growth in the range of 5% to 6%, yet actual growth has been so poor that the administration has tried to celebrate feeble 2% growth as a success.
Year after year, the economy fails to perform as expected. Year after, year, excuses are found. The AP acknowledges that growth has been persistently inadequate:
"Some of the first quarter’s slowdown is no doubt due to an especially harsh winter. Yet nearly six years into the recovery from the Great Recession, the economy’s muddled progress seems inescapable. A long-awaited breakout remains elusive, suggesting that the economy’s direction has never been quite as simple as some analysts, politicians and bar stool philosophers would have it".
The AP offers a number of explanations for the economy’s poor performance: weather, the strong dollar, fluctuations in oil prices, a lack of wage growth–this is an effect, not a cause–and the robotization of the economy.
Perhaps when all such excuses have been tried and found wanting, reporters and pundits will admit the consistent element has been liberal policies. Those policies–extravagant government spending, endless regulations, cronyism and the suppression of innovation, promotion of expensive energy, war on cheap electricity have condemned a generation of Americans to limited economic opportunity.
By the way, you do know the difference between CIVIL rights and NATURAL rights, don't you?
Civil rights are created and bestowed by governments. Inherently they lack the lawful power to abridge Natural rights. Governments bound by constitutions ought not even be passing such, but they do it in an effort to placate.
Good observations, but it still exists as a fraud. But, the 15th, 16th, & 17th amendments are frauds as well.
You probably don't know anyone who anyone who supports the rights of small business owners not to participate in something they find objectionable, which likely tells us a thing or two about you.
A Marist poll conducted from Feb. 25 through March 1, found that 54 percent of American adults believe in providing religious exemptions to individuals and organizations, “even when it conflicts with government law,” and 65 percent specifically oppose penalties or fines for businesses that refuse to provide services for gay weddings.
How the heck did you manage to link capitalism to this? And where did you get the idea most countries are Marxist? You typing from a mental ward somewhere?
Do you understand that these bakeries photographers etc. only object to participating in a Same Sex Marriage ceremony? If they wanted a birthday cake they would happily provide it.
Comparing life saving medical care to being a photographer at a wedding is a typically psychotic argument of your side.
The 14th amendment was understood when it was passed to give the right to vote to blacks. Otherwise they wouldn't have had to amend the constitution later on to give the vote to women.
Further the 14th amendment cannot be understood to nullify the First Amendment. It would never have passed if that was how it was understood. The 14th amendment had a narrow purpose.
The idea that the 14th amendment empowers the government to shut down a bakery is psychotic.
The 14th amendment is being misused by the #$%$ gay rights supporters.