Between the water situation and the fact that most young people would rather play games on their smart phone than gamble, Vegas is toast. Only a fool would buy real estate there.
I see where CNBC is going to have Warren Buffett on again. They will stop at nothing to keep the market rally going.
Please show me all my 2013 pumps. They don't exist sweetie. Also please find all my rare earth pumps as well. I'd love that since there are none. Going back and forth with you is a complete waste of time because all you do is create fiction. I only became aware of you about two or three months ago and since then all you've said about gold has proven to be wrong. The numbers don't lie. You can't hide from them. On the other hand just about everything I've written here since the start of this year has been pretty much on target. Please do us all a favor and crawl back into your hole and make love to some of those rare earths you hate so much.
You're out of your twisted mind. If I post here maybe twice a week it's a lot and didn't really start until 12/19/13 when I called the bottom. This is where you live. I don't live here. I have a life. Please show me all my gold related posts from 2013. I doubt there are even 10. Plus there is not a person alive who can call every turn, every top and every bottom correctly. Unlike you, I can admit when I am wrong and walk away from a bad call and trade. You on the other hand resort to phony identities because you don't have the guts to admit you can be wrong.
That's not to mention the constant daily pumps of gold and silver just prior to their crash in 2013.
You've been wrong in pumping gold and silver BEFORE the crash, and you've been wrong repeating those pumps during every weak deadcat bounce in these golds and silvers.
I suppose you also pump the rare earth sector, that other extremely bearish sector that is probably the only rival to the golds/silvers for sheer awful sub-performance.
How's that incessant gold and silver pump message working for you, the one you repeated daily since gold and silver crashed in 2013?
Last I looked gold is trading 700 dollars below its high in 2013.
I guess that places your pump credibility at a big fat zero.
Spawned on March 4th. Over 400 posts since. I guess steind76 needed to update his mouthpiece in order to keep getting his clueless, bogus message out. He'll have his days, or maybe even a week here and there to gloat and annoy, but make no mistake, his message is bogus. Just as gold will soar well into 2016, stocks will fall. It's possible the market can be propped up a little longer, but a meager 6 months from now it will be very apparent the stock bull is dead. I give the market a four month window AT MOST where it still may be able to run to new highs, but most likely not even that. The end is near. Gold and gold and silver stocks are the place to be. Many juniors have done very well the past few months and that will only accelerate and continue in 2015 and 2016.
The usual list of bullion funds and small gold/silver juniors once again scream that this is just another deadcat bounce in a bear market certain to last for many years to come.
Gold and silver repeatedly failed as flight to safety assets during all world crises these past several years. Those metals no longer have a speck of real asset value today, not one speck.
During the 90s, CNBC constantly brought forward former parent company honcho, General Electric's Jack Welch, to speak about the stock market directly ahead of massive rallies (excluding the bear market golds and silvers). You could count on that repeated trading pattern, and so market pros would buy huge DOW and NASDAQ call options ahead of his every appearance while purchasing equally huge gold/silver puts positions.
By contrast, whenever CNBC brought out any doom-gloom type (like Mark "Dr. Doom" Faber, a perfect contrary indicator), you could also buy tons of DOW and NASDAQ call options and make a fortune, while buying a ton of gold/silver puts and making another big fortune.