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    “Judge Napolitano believes Hillary is finished.”
    “Judge Napolitano: Indictment certain in Clinton email scandal before November”

    Drudge Retort: “Hillary Emails Reveal True Motive for Libya Intervention”

    As you can see, Clinton is highly involved in supporting the fiat money cabal, true Marxist that she is. We’re sure this will get the usual numerous “downers” from Clinton supporters (such as Dim-H-Bulb39399: aka dhb39399). The middle name, “H” is for “heteronomous”, meaning one who is controlled by others. If “dhb” replies it will surely be to put down Drudge, as is usually the case with conservative reporters like Drudge. The Napolitano views were aired by Ron Paul, also one usually attacked by “dhb”.

    Definition of Heteronomous: subject to external controls and impositions

    We recently spoke with another of our group that has extensive business operations in Europe and Africa, and we can tell you from our conversation that fiat money is wreaking havoc there. It takes an extremely shrewd businessperson to navigate the minefields lain by the international fiat money crowd in those parts.

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    The opinions of X-Spurts...

    by goldbug49ers Mar 10, 2016 4:45 PM

    "Who doesn’t want us to be helpful?"
    Not me. You're very helpful in characterizing NeolIbertarians as a bunch of looney tunes.

  • Reply to

    An example of a guru you should avoid...

    by goldbug49ers Mar 10, 2016 5:31 PM

    Frankly, when we think NeoLibertarians we think of extremely dumb posts, hallmarked by the lack of evidence and refusal to accept the truth.

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    Our topic was deleted...

    by goldbug49ers Mar 9, 2016 2:47 PM

    "or it could be censorship"
    An idiotic suggestion that would manifest only in the minds of looney conspiracy theorists.

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    What others are saying

    by goldbug49ers Mar 2, 2016 5:58 PM

    At Safehaven punctuation commercial, there are several articles about gold, generally bullish. I lifted this from the end of one that was interesting
    Gold's current net speculative position is 39% of open interest. While this appears bearish in the recent context of a bear market, Gold is now in a bull market. From 2001 to 2012, Gold's net speculative position, when high, ranged from 50% to 60%. Moreover, the current net speculative position remains below 2014 to 2015 highs of 44% and 49%. If Gold wants to move above $1330/oz and towards $1400/oz, the current setup of the commitment of traders report won't stop it.

    Furthermore, open interest in Gold surged to 499K contracts. That is the strongest open interest in more than 4 years! Rising open interest usually confirms an uptrend. Note that from December 2001 to May 2002 open interest increased 90%. From December 2008 through March 2009, open interest increased 50%. Over the past five weeks open interest has increased by 30%.

    When a market makes a strong rebound following a difficult bear market, investors and pundits suddenly become cautious due to the subconscious fear that the bear will reassert itself. We have even made the same mistake in recent weeks, thinking Gold and gold stocks would correct before another strong leg higher. While the possibility remains, there is equally as much evidence that Jeff Gundlach is right and Gold will reach $1400/oz before any setback. Gold and gold stocks have refused to correct for more than a few days at a time. Do not be surprised and unprepared if this run continues. Also, any extended weakness in Gold or gold stocks is a buying opportunity.

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    Our topic was deleted...

    by goldbug49ers Mar 9, 2016 2:47 PM

    So you think you and yours are going to drive us there? Careful what you wish for.

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    Dollar Vigilante

    by moses_on_wall_street Mar 11, 2016 7:56 PM

    For Berwick who is supposed to be a financial guru with insights to the future, I would think the first comment about this article is "Why is he so late to proclaim this fiasco?" The US Fed's clown car brigade saying one thing doing another has been broadcasting the situation for a long time and markets including economic data haven't made sense for many years. For example, if the economy is doing so well, why are 1 in 6 Americans on food stamps? If the rich are getting monstrously richer at the expense of the middle class, is that not a management, rather over management problem by the government? If the dollar is a true store of value, why does it cost nothing to rent it (ZIRP), or better, why should one have to pay to have it stored (NIRP)? If the political elites in this country made good on a few of their campaign promises rather than feathering their own nests after getting elected, Trump would not have the voter dissatisfaction he is tapping so successfully..
    I am glad the article is available for another confirmation of the coming changes, but he is no soothsayer of the future publishing it now.

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    Dollar Vigilante

    by moses_on_wall_street Mar 11, 2016 7:56 PM

    Lest we be misunderstood, of course, what was meant was that the article referred to didn’t mention anywhere within Trump’s gold holdings. We went looking and found one link suggesting he had between $100,000 & $200,000 in gold, which is a tiny fraction of his wealth. It would seem that if he has the best interests of the American people, as the potential POTUS, in mind, he should be encouraging them to also own what is affordable to them, just as Chinese leaders are doing to their people. When the wheels come off the fiat wagon a lot of people are going to be hurting. Any that disagree provide the reason that will not be the case

    Because Trump hasn’t encouraged PM ownership, doesn’t that mean he could care less if they face economic disaster, and possibly under his watch, as the dollar heads to zero along with all other currencies? As far as we are concerned that goes for all the candidates regardless of party.

    It looks, by the way, that we were downgraded by Dim-H-Bulb39399, the spokesperson for those describing PMs as barbarous. We won’t get into the name-calling game, but his/her future looks pretty dire if the dollar heads to zero. Apparently nuclear incineration is his and the politicos answer to the currency wars, should things start to spin out of control for the banksters. We don’t see that as any different than the invading armies of past history, including that of the Nawtsiz.

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    Dollar Vigilante

    by moses_on_wall_street Mar 11, 2016 7:56 PM

    If this is such a big deal, as Berwick suggests, why haven't any of the candidates of any party talked about it?

    The question was rhetorical since most people know all we get from politicians are lies.

  • Search for the piece:

    The Day the Dollar Bait-and-Switch Died… Gold May Boom

  • Reply to

    An example of a guru you should avoid...

    by goldbug49ers Mar 10, 2016 5:31 PM

    Do a search on "SILVER OUTBREAK: Investment Demand Will Totally Overwhelm The Market" for an excellent article at the SRSRocco REPORT site on silver supply and demand with a kicker on who does a good job of analyzing and who does not. It should be a comforting read for holders of SLW.

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    Our topic was deleted...

    by goldbug49ers Mar 9, 2016 2:47 PM

    Is that what you guys come up with in your underground bunker?
    Keep eating those freeze dried beans you troglodyte.

  • Over the next 30-60 days, no one today can accurately predict the dips and pops.
    Over the course of the next 2-3 years, Gold and Silver should make sustained moves.
    NOTHING goes straight up and it's not likely we will wake up one morning with PMs up 50% overnight.
    I think it's safe to say, a monthly purchase of physical should be continued.
    It's also wise to consider, miners and streamers are essentially the equiv of a 5X the move of physical. It's a poor man's derivative. And timing the market is shooting #$%$,which has a bit of math to it. So either average in, consistently OR if you are strong believer in your T/A--then some will have you believe, we should have a lull for about 30-45 days to gather yur powder for the next move,by May.

  • I agree but gold look to be doing better ...today silver got a good lift

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    An example of a guru you should avoid...

    by goldbug49ers Mar 10, 2016 5:31 PM

    Frankly, when we think of Keynes we think of a super slick con-man that succeeded in pulling rabbits out of hats, in this case worthless dollars. All of what has been done in over 100 years is criminality in spades, as far as the private central bank, the Fed. It makes ordinary criminals look like choir boys, even the occasional murderer, since the central banks murder people by the millions replacing their means of survival, real money for fiat, and passing the proceeds to their partners in crime.

    How should the enormous magnitude of such crimes be treated; the Coinage Act of 1792 is the answer; and of course an honest court system. The bottom line is that these sanctions will probably never be applied in the United States because it has in fact become the Evil Empire referred to by Ronald Reagan. We’d love to debate him about that on this very basic subject, were he still alive, to get his reaction. We suspect the response would be unsatisfactory to us as he used the tactics of Leo Wanta instead of bringing back honest money. It seems it is just too difficult to do what is right since the easy way (fiat) returns objectives much sooner but destroys the future. Sorry Nancy. No one is perfect and we are too attached to a bygone era.

  • Here is something else that is happening lifted from a Doug Casey mass emailing. "Forget what the government is telling you. Corporate America says we’re in a recession.

    As of today, the fourth-quarter earnings season is in the books. Earnings season is when companies report financial results. It’s when they tell investors if profits are growing or shrinking.

    A good earnings season can send stocks higher. A bad one can cause stocks to fall.

    This was a bad earnings season.

    Earnings for companies in the S&P 500 fell 3.4% from last year, according to research firm FactSet. It was the third straight quarter of declining earnings for the S&P 500. The last time earnings fell three straight quarters was during the financial crisis.

    It was also the fourth consecutive quarter of declining sales. That also hasn’t happened since the financial crisis."

    Yep, government and fed have fixed everything, NOT! It is easy to see the problems we face if one looks at the facts and data objectively rather than having an incorrect view that needs to be supported.

  • Whiskey Tango Foxtrot are you yappin' about? Why is SLW in a MEGA BUBBLE?

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    An example of a guru you should avoid...

    by goldbug49ers Mar 10, 2016 5:31 PM

    I smiled when I first read that article. Here are some TA thoughts on SLW. SLW chart is very bullish at the moment. After hours trading has it at $17.25, a few cents above the upper BB with the band width narrowing and both moving higher. Of the major moving averages, all are in bull sync except the 200 day. MACD values were on order of 2.25 at the 2011 peak and trending just under one now with RSI holding right along the 70 line. The PnF chart had painted a column of 3 O's but is now trading at the top of that column ready to repaint a column of X's. The STO's are trending down of late, but overall, it looks very good.
    PM fundamentals had a shot in the arm today with Super Mario's announcement of EU central banking policy moves this morning calling for some serious easing. Another data point supporting the quote "The end of the Great Keynesian Experiment is upon us."

    We could see a pull back, but I doubt it will be very deep unless we get some serious intervention.

  • Tried to warn my POOR sweet amateur silver/gold cheerleader SUCKERS and ZERO IQ FOOLS, again:
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    Nothing more than a 1.00 PENNY JUNK stock masquerading as a 17 BUCK MEGA BUBBLE!! Ladies, take note: the failure of the JUNIOR silver PIG FARMS to rise to any degree PROVES WITHOUT DOUBT that these DEADCAT GAINS are nothing more than a RAMP SCAM contrived by the silver/gold CALL WRITERS within the sleazy wall street club, solely in order to SUCKER amateur DUIPES to buy ultimately WORTHLESS CALL options in the rotten SENIORS!!!!! FACT!!

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