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  • uglyduck555 uglyduck555 Jan 21, 2008 5:45 PM Flag

    QWAK,SILVER is CHEEP and could save your ASS Etts. ;)

    QWAK,SILVER is the REAL DEAL, it has always been the POOR MANS GOLD and it can be AGEN because of THIS.

    http://www.investmentrarities.com/index2.html

    Even a little could be worth a lot fairly fast with the FIAT and CREDIT melt down not to even mention the DIRIVITIVES BOMB ticking away some ware and unstopable.

    It is NOT about geting RICH, its about NOT becoming IMPOVERISHED, because you got NO REAL MONEY!

    I hope this helps in some small way.

    Good Luck
    the DUCK

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    • WHAT DOES THAT HAVE TO DO WITH COKE?

    • QWAK,J4D,When the DEAD HEADS realise how much they are losing to inflation and realy start BUYING PMs (and we know they will because they always do) GOLD will be out of reach to most but even at $50.00 J6P will want and be able to buy SILVER. I sort of plan to sell some THEN and buy GOLD with what ever FIAT is in fassion at that time.:)

      It is still a ways off but how far is the real question I supose and I got to think a lot sooner than later as so much stuff is SO FOULED UP,it is amasing that it has not happened ALREADY. I'm PAITENT and I know eventualy the public will finely figure out that with FIAT they always get SCREWED! :(

      the DUCK

    • Yo duck... Eventually they all end up jumping on the silver bandwagon, but only because the price appears to be cheap versus gold. If they really knew anything, the idea of buying silver bullion at over half today's price, should have occured to them long ago. But it's better late than never! Now they're getting giddy and are beginning to pound those flabby chests. I hear a few females are trying to get men into women's clothing like no zipper pants. I think a few might need bra's too. If they could afford gold they'd be all over it right now... but they'll have to settle for whatever they can get. Perception is everything duck. There's never been any secret about gold and silver, just perceptions by people who don't do their homework. It's so much easier to store small amounts of gold, worth a huge amount of fiat money, than trying to store the equivilant amount of silver. I know... I have plenty of both... and the gold is sooooooo much easier to handle. I could buy lots of things with a few gold coins that I could easily turn into fiat cash. Silver is no problem either, but it takes up more space and is heavy to lug around. I recommend both... for anyone that can afford it. I wonder how many of the new posters that advising people to buy, buy, buy ... especially calls, have any idea what they're doing too? I already put one idiot on ignore. Needless to say all the spammers don't annoy me at all. They're out in droves, and I suspect business must be pretty good because they appear to thrive on these freebie forums aimed at the financially challenged who don't know how to analyze their own investments without help from Wall Street hucksters.

    • QWAK,canucanoe,"is it more valuable?" --- Wrong question. Question SHOULD be will SILVER become MORE valued in the FUTURE than it is NOW! ;) and the answr is a HUGE YEPER it WILL and it will be AMASING because of the long term SUPRESSION of price by PAPER SILVER contracts that can NEVER be DELIVERED on other than at a MUCH higher price in FIAT currency --- there is NOT enough physical SILVER in existence to cover even a small fraction of of the contracts short in SILVER.

      The DAM is gona BUST at some point and likely sooner than LATR!

      YEP SILVER is CHEEP! Watch and SEE! ;)

      the DUCK

    • It may be cheap, but is it more valuable? Your post lacks effort to present a substantive position. I sure hope we don't need a selfish individual, trying to corner a market, to boost the price of silver.
      ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
      SILVER is CHEAP??? Rating :
      (1 Rating) 21-Jan-08 08:43 pm That's relative if you're comparing it to other things like gold or maybe platinum. But if you're talking about investing your cheap dollars into silver today, it's definitely cheap compared to what it was a few years ago. The one thing that I don't hear anyone talking about is how silver historically trades versus gold! Silver usually lags gold until the end is very close. The last time silver hit it's peak at $50 when the Hunt brothers tried to corner the market, it was very slow in moving and made it's amazing climb in about a two month period. Gold was raging while silver just kind of slept and watched. So, that's just one more little thing to keep tucked away in one of those empty brain cell that isn't being used for anything better. Maybe this time it might be a good indication of a top in gold?!! File this little tid-bit under things you never knew and never gave a thought to in the first place, and hope to forget starting right now.

    • While silver and gold demonstrate they are not the answer to the stock market panic, there are choices that have: Shorts and Ultra Shorts:


      ULTRASHORT FINANCIAL 133.27
      SKF Up 3.62 Up 2.79%

      PT ULTRSHRT SP500 PS 69.45
      SDS Up 3.24 Up 4.89%

      PT ULTRSHR MC400 PS 72.85
      MZZ Up 2.46 Up 3.49%

      ULTRASHORT CONSUMER 105.16
      SCC Up 2.67 Up 2.61%

      alpha

    • RE: What's my middle name. I'm going to be concentrating on it for the next few minutes. If you can't guess, then don't try outguessing the market either.

      >> don't know....but i'd guess you've got an "L" or two in your real name.........obviously you have a couple in your yahoo handle

    • Even if spliter is having a siesta or a drink or whatever, the ten minute period is way over now, and my middle name shall remain a mystery. No guesses will be accepted.

    • That's relative if you're comparing it to other things like gold or maybe platinum. But if you're talking about investing your cheap dollars into silver today, it's definitely cheap compared to what it was a few years ago. The one thing that I don't hear anyone talking about is how silver historically trades versus gold! Silver usually lags gold until the end is very close. The last time silver hit it's peak at $50 when the Hunt brothers tried to corner the market, it was very slow in moving and made it's amazing climb in about a two month period. Gold was raging while silver just kind of slept and watched. So, that's just one more little thing to keep tucked away in one of those empty brain cell that isn't being used for anything better. Maybe this time it might be a good indication of a top in gold?!! File this little tid-bit under things you never knew and never gave a thought to in the first place, and hope to forget starting right now.

    • Yo spliter... let's put it this way. If the market goes down as much as they're talking right now, then it's a BEAR MARKET. Starting out making fast emotional decisions is against every lesson I've ever learned. The worst decisions I've ever made were emotional not well thought out and planned one's. Slow down... look before you cross the street and make sure there's no speeding drunks coming around the corner. What's the hurry? Afraid of missing something? Anticipating the market is okay, but don't think you're going to outguess it. It's smarter than all of us. Just watch it carefully. If you can't figure it out, then do NOTHING until you think you can. Wise is IN... emotional is OUT. When's the last time you picked a bottom/top? If you can't answer yourself honestly... then don't even try. Can you read my mind? What's my middle name. I'm going to be concentrating on it for the next few minutes. If you can't guess, then don't try outguessing the market either.
      I'll wait 10 minutes for your reply after this post is marked with a time.

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