Excellent across the line. And it will only get better.
You can't compare Santa Cruz to the rest of the country. Bolivia has two faces. The recently developed (semi) tropical areas like Santa Cruz and Chapare on the one hand and the Sierra like Orurro, Potosi and La Paz on the other hand. Cochabamba and Sucre a little in between.
Strikes are all that poor people with a job have. They have been exploited for 500 years, so it is just a natural proces. Don't take it too serious.
It will be next to impossible to make any forward estimates in the present price environment. Apart from the sales price of gold and silver, which could go anywhere, also the price of oil is an unknown factor. Finally, the market is starting/will start to give increasing value to the resources in the ground, which for years have been valued at next to nothing.
Collusion in the market between Government and Corporates is called fascism. No doubt these perpetrators will eventually be prosecuted and thrown in jail.
I agree it will be different. Many things are coming together as the 1% likes to plan things. Miners like Coeur have cut the costs and distributed the shares and meanwhile they (the criminal 1% bullion banks) are lifting the totally illegal naked short selling scam on both the miners and on the metals.
Today we saw an opening gap in Coeur, which is directly related to the price of silver taking off. The big question is now whether this gap is going to be filled. I am long, so I do not care. But it would not surprise me that this will again leave a lot of investors and traders behind.
There is a nice box between February and July 2013 where silver run down from $32 to $18. I think we will see the mirror of that over the next few months.
Silver has been above $18 and is testing back. Above $18 I expect a move into free territory all the way to $27-28. The malware frustrating my writing convinces me this is going to happen soon.
Ofcourse. They have the right to do so after this Brexit. So does Northern Ireland. The entire world is confused and it will only get worse, when the crisis really comes home over the next three years.
I just read this one.
Who's next? Italeave, Czech-out, Finnish, Departugal, or maybe Oustria.
Others are saying the opposite. The collapse and misery of Britain over the next two years will take away any desire of Nationalists groups in Europe to leave the EU or Euro.
Let's hope this helps all sides. The Brits looking after all islanders, including the Scots and Northern Irish. The continental Europeans trimming down on impossible and vague agendas. And the hot money makers of the City abstaining from cocaine and other sick behaviour.