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  • Reply to

    Denmark's Central Bank cuts interest rates to -.20%

    by agno3doc Jan 19, 2015 10:49 AM

    Guys-There is $1.7 Trillion dollars deposited in Swiss Banks.
    There is no Orwellian doublespeak. No stretching the imagination.
    Those deposits get no interest.
    Those depositors are CHARGED .075%. Plain and simple.
    Same goes for Denmark. Same for 5yr bonds in GErmany. And same for certain bonds in Japan.
    Coming to a theatre near you!

  • Harry has posted Charts of the Day video on SLW at TheTechTrader site noting: Silver Wheaton Corp. (SLW), one of my favorite silver stocks, was up 47 cents to 23.78, or 2%, on 5.9 million shares. It recently broke out, pulled back, and ran up again. There is some initial resistance at 25 3/4. Through that, and it could test the early 2014 high of just under 28.

  • The general market will continue to be a daytrader's delight, everyone waiting Europe's loosening money with its own brand of manipulation. That means the dollar will get stronger, and that vacation in Europe less daunting, unless of course, you go to Switzerland, and why should you?

    Gold and silver are strengthening from two factors--the massive printing of paper money, and Europe's joining that debacle tomorrow Thursday, and the China meltdown, overdue about 33%. In the meantime, kick back and enjoy the specie profits while we await the next silly news about housing starts, faltering, and really, with 15% still underwater in their homes, why shouldn't it? All that pent up inventory.

  • Flat CPI/PPI, wage increases zilch, cost of money an anchor weighing down Fed expenditures overburdened as is, corporation profits shrinking, #$%$ XMAS season-- the only way Madam Chairman Yellen Rate Popper the 1st gets a REASON to pop irates is if she is transferred to an alternate universe where banks didn't bankrupt us under the #$%$-ton administration--we're out of the woods from a bankruptcy situation because all those derivatives are still off the books.....

    However, comedian Ron White argues you can't fix stupid, and there are evidences that members of the Fed actually are beginning to believe their own #$%$ stats about the "recovery", hence the pop in gold and silver, from the crowd that knows differently.

    As to the market? I expect a choppy sideways general market for the rest of the year, with anticipatory pop for the upcoming Presidential election a forever away.

  • Reply to

    Denmark's Central Bank cuts interest rates to -.20%

    by agno3doc Jan 19, 2015 10:49 AM

    Gold doesn't the Fed also purchase debt from other government entities like Social Security and Medicare themselves already hopelessly in debt?

  • Reply to

    Denmark's Central Bank cuts interest rates to -.20%

    by agno3doc Jan 19, 2015 10:49 AM

    well put Goldbug49..it seems as though the trend is now our friend.....gold silver rising as a safe haven as things continue to degenerate....

  • Reply to

    Denmark's Central Bank cuts interest rates to -.20%

    by agno3doc Jan 19, 2015 10:49 AM

    Since the banks are not lending because the FED pays them more risk free “money” (interest) to keep their reserves at the FED; that implies negative interest. The FED prints the money and pays the banks not to lend by paying interest to the banks above what they could receive lending to the public with risk factored in. For the rest of us that represents negative interest in today’s Orwellian doublespeak. Of course it requires stretching the imagination to arrive at such conclusions, which is typical of current central bank operations. It’s all about throwing enough confusion into the mix so no one can understand their criminal operations.

  • Reply to

    Denmark's Central Bank cuts interest rates to -.20%

    by agno3doc Jan 19, 2015 10:49 AM

    I'd be surprised at any irate increase before Q4. The REIT market and big bank stocks say so too. Emerging makes are getting pounded by the strong USD as well, . You can count on 2015 fixed income yields to plummet too while stocks go full #$%$ on volatility.

  • Reply to

    SLW up again boys and girls

    by defilip1 Jan 20, 2015 9:51 AM

    Heading towards last year's high at $27 next week. Gold is up along with fear index VXN, VIX and Dollar together.

  • Reply to

    SINGLE DIGIT or even $5 on this

    by checking_here Nov 28, 2014 1:01 PM

    ypu and dolfnacht are looking like idiots now- great call- not!

  • I see the shorts sweating another day.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    SINGLE DIGIT or even $5 on this

    by checking_here Nov 28, 2014 1:01 PM

    Just another RAMP SCAM contrived by the gold/silver CALL WRITERS in the sleazy wall street club, in order to dump gazillions of ultimately WORTHLESS gold/silver CALL options into the hands of the usual gang of amateur FOOLS...and with CNBC screaming yesterday that people should buy gold/silver CALL options, that is your 100% GUARANTEE the lousy golds/silvers will now plunge into the toilet.

    Sorry girls, but this pathetic DEADCAT bounce in your WORTHLESS golds/silvers has NOT been confirmed by the smaller JUNIOR stinkers (e.g. Alexco, Great Panther, Richmont, Goldenstar, etc. etc) and that PROVES WITHOUT DOUBT it is another SCAM RAMP job by the slimy banks and funds to SUCKER my POOR sweet gold/silver FAILURES into buying even more WORTHLESS gold/silver CALL options, again!!! ROFLMAO.....girls, as per Graham and Dodd, a sector can NOT possibly be undergoing a genuine sustainable uptrend when its JUNIORS repeatedly refuse to confirm the upmove.

    Look out BELOW, girls, because RELATIVE to its DYING sector of silver and gold stink, this SLW trash is THE most obscene mega-bubble in USA stock market trading history---and its PANIC SELL CRASH is coming at any moment

  • It's one AM Pacific Time, do you know where the general market is? Up a half percent, down a half percent, all over the place, as the world waits for Thursday's stimulatum excretatum from the Urinepeeon central banksters and ignores China markets crashed mightily, with real estate price drops signalling the end of China as a juggernaut. Back to Europe--the pop expected in the requirements for Swiss to buy EURO bonds as a result, left the Swiss thinking doomsday, and sent them packing and heading off to no peg against the EURO land. US suddenly looks more and more safe haven which lives mostly off its internal economic pulse. Rude awakenings beckon. But not yet, not yet.

    The Swiss secession from the from the world of paper currency is the equivalent of an IED, it's bankster terrorism, but no worse than the Nixon administration's abandonment of silver and gold, and adaptation of paper dollars in '71. I don't remember that little switcheroo being telegraphed very well either.

    Look at how "great" the "growth has been in the US since Nixon's dirty deed. Salaries have gone "up" nearly SIX times!!! While prices have gone up nearly TEN times, so adroitly, it now takes two incomes to pay for items one family breadwinner could afford back then!!!! The workers would protest, if they understood the "monetary system" which is, pay for debt with steadily declining worthless paper scrip, so you don't have to tax (pay for) anything with tax revenue. Remember, was it Jefferson who said, the end of the economic system was when a "democracy" figured it could vote for debt payment with a printing press dollar?

    Workers don't help graduating college with degrees in bulltschit, exercising their "academic freedom" to remain untrained and virtually unemployable. Corporations don't help by shipping jobs overseas to those who are skilled, at cut rate prices and wholesale levels, forgetting US workers are also--customers.

    Oils dead cat bounce also seems over. GLTA

  • Reply to

    Denmark's Central Bank cuts interest rates to -.20%

    by agno3doc Jan 19, 2015 10:49 AM

    no eh? They did.
    Just like the swiss

  • Reply to

    Denmark's Central Bank cuts interest rates to -.20%

    by agno3doc Jan 19, 2015 10:49 AM

    how can they cut rates to a negative number? they could raise or decrease numbers but they can't charge negative interest

  • Reply to

    SINGLE DIGIT or even $5 on this

    by checking_here Nov 28, 2014 1:01 PM

    Sorry girls, but this pathetic DEADCAT bounce in your WORTHLESS golds/silvers has NOT been confirmed by the smaller JUNIOR stinkers (e.g. Alexco, Great Panther, Richmont, Goldenstar, etc. etc) and that PROVES WITHOUT DOUBT it is another SCAM RAMP job by the slimy banks and funds to SUCKER my POOR sweet gold/silver FAILURES into buying even more WORTHLESS gold/silver CALL options, again!!! ROFLMAO.....girls, as per Graham and Dodd, a sector can NOT possibly be undergoing a genuine sustainable uptrend when its JUNIORS repeatedly refuse to confirm the upmove.

    Look out BELOW, girls, because RELATIVE to its DYING sector of silver and gold stink, this SLW trash is THE most obscene mega-bubble in USA stock market trading history---and its PANIC SELL CRASH is coming at any moment

  • The cost to buy and own PMs is lower, once again.
    US Fed talks about raising I rates, but the rest of the world is in negative territory.
    My oh my, what will China do?

  • Reply to

    Is this it?

    by moses_on_wall_street Jan 16, 2015 11:14 AM

    Here’s an interesting paragraph from “Big Hedge Fund Goes Bust…$830 Million Loss On Swiss Franc Trade” by Michael Kosares available on various websites. It should speak volumes to those who think they have the future all figured out (Fitz, for example).

    “When the markets open in Europe later on tonight, we may get a feel for the scope of the damage. Too, it might take some days for the full effect to be felt. Central banks no doubt will be scrambling to stop the developing crisis in its tracks and waylay the contagion effect. At the beginning of the month, in the “The Gold Owner’s Guide to 2015,” we warned that “What forecasting inevitably fails to embrace is the surprise event, or even the surprise policy, launched by one government/central bank or another.” Who would have guessed not two weeks later, a central bank would drop a surprise the magnitude of this one?

  • Reply to

    Is this it?

    by moses_on_wall_street Jan 16, 2015 11:14 AM

    Rspen the Fed is responsible for the largest, most controversial, experimental, and unprecedented monetary policy decisions since forever. Markets have been so distorted and disclocated by it that for a long while equities rallied on #$%$ job numbers in expectation of more QE juice. My only hope is it unwinds some way, somehow, someday. Make no mistake, I have my doomsday stack (worst case) or valuable mementos for my kids (best case).

    Its just naive to write off everything but "hard money" when there's money to be made elsewhere in this BS of an economy.

  • Iran has begun construction on two new nuclear plants as negotiations with America over its contested program continue in Geneva, according to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.

    Construction of the nuclear plants, which Iran claims are for peaceful energy purposes, was revealed on Tuesday, the day before Secretary of State John Kerry was to meet with his Iranian counterpart for talks in Geneva.

    News of the two new nuclear plants come on the heels of reports that Iran has been operating advanced missile sites in Syria and also building a secret nuclear plant there.

    Rouhani touted the new nuclear construction following a meeting with investors in Iran’s southern Bushehr province, where the nuclear facilities are being built.

    “Construction of two new power plants will increase the capacity of Bushehr province’s power generation to 2,000 megawatts,” Rouhani was quoted as saying by the country’s state-run Fars News Agency.

    Rouhani claimed that the new nuclear construction is proof of Iran’s peaceful intents on this front.

    A State Department spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment about Rouhani’s announcement.

    Meanwhile, Kerry told reporters in Geneva on Wednesday that both sides are “working hard” to reach a final agreement later this year.

    Talks with Iran were extended through mid-2015 after leaders failed to reach what was supposed to be a final agreement in Vienna last year.

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