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  • moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Oct 4, 2012 12:59 PM Flag

    What a change in administration means for Precious Metals

    The reality of the situation is that it really won't mean much difference at all whether the blue or red wing of the Vulture party is the one in the Whitehouse. Romney and Obama, having both been vetted by the gangbanksters, will continue to dance at the end of those strings. And since they have no tools available to them save inflating and thus maintaining the status quo, sharp 4th graders (maybe not the American ones) will easily see the handwriting on the wall.

    The real issue is: Just how long can we hang with equities like SLW and not get caught in the huge downdraft that lurks somewhere in the future when that unknown critical mass recognizes that if you ain't holding it, it has no value. Hmmmmmm???

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    • Your statement echos several on this board;
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      "The real issue is: Just how long can we hang with equities like SLW and not get caught in the huge downdraft that lurks somewhere in the future when that unknown critical mass recognizes that if you ain't holding it, it has no value. Hmmmmmm???"

      That is what I tackle with weekly.
      I continue to acquire physical, but miners are a part of the fiat system. Huge money was madeand potential for additional huge upside BUT, we are all contemplating when the mighty market gets kicked. Yes, potentially, we'll see PMs up and equities including miners down.
      Could be months, could be years.
      Meanwhile, let the games continue!
      We want Robert Zoellick in the administration.

 
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