% | $
Quotes you view appear here for quick access.

SPDR Gold Shares Message Board

  • golfbumsnc golfbumsnc Jan 23, 2009 5:43 PM Flag

    Suffering from post selling remorse?

    It is not too late to buy back in at a higher price. Gold is cheap down here at these price levels. Don't wait for a pull back, you will regret it for sure. Better to get in now AH at these bargain basement prices before the Aussies have another chance at it. It does not matter what price you pay, bid it up, just get in, Gold is going to $2000 per ounce in short order. Get in before the pizza delivery boy tells you to buy Gold. I will not sell you any of me gold, but there are plenty of other Gold bugs who will. My prediction for monday is GLD opens at $92 and then shoots straight up with no pullback until it hits $98, then you have to sell some if your a daytrader. It will take a couple of tries before it gets above $100 and stays there, but it will happen, just as the flowers bloom in spring, GOLD will bust the $1000.00 per ounce mark.......Later

    SortNewest  |  Oldest  |  Most Replied Expand all replies
    • Get in there, get in there, get in there!!!! It is not too late to buy Physical Gold, do it now while prices are at these low levels. You can exchange your Federal Reserse system notes over at APMEX for real Gold and Real Silver. The National debt has risen over 5 TRILLION USDollars since this post and it will not stop rising, go take a stare at it. Gold is worth north of $10,000 an ounce and the window to buy below $2,000- will close quickly. Your Dollars are becoming Worthless and they will continue to become worthless until they go to ZERO value. Once Gold gets above $2,000, it will just keep on rising to $3,000, $4,000, $5,000.........$10,000. Don't be a loser, buy now.

    • Yes, come on over to california, we need your tax money to support our massive budget deficit! You need to offset the net outflow of people from our state! Don't worry, Arnold will take care of you when he goes to the Fed for a bailout!

126.64+0.64(+0.51%)1:17 PMEDT