Not selling, not buying, well only physical Silver and a little Gold. Everything else I'm tuning out. BH needs a break from this BS. I'm not getting any younger and one can't buy back time. Life is too short.
Will see what doesn't happen in DEC. LOL!
I'm more determined to keep stacking more than ever now. Just saying!
I hate the banisters with a passion! Today just proves why! What a freaking scam! Beer me. Today I need many. I can't grasp how screwed the economy is. Are we in WWIII yet?
I won't because I'm in it to win it. Staying long and strong. My gut has a feeling I'm going to regret it. Maybe when GDX hits $18.50 I'll rethink selling some shares. Doubt I will though.
So sorry td you bought R.E. in Canada. Biggest housing bubble ever. Point was trying to make make was that "I want to hold the deed to my property, not the bank".
I will never have a rental property due to renter rights and past experiences with renters in general, all have been bad.
That's all fine and good until the stock market shuts down, market crashes, ATM's don't work. I give you a couple of minutes tops to liquidate. IMO. You say 85% liquid excluding your house. Pay that sucker off. I wouldn't let any bank hold anymore then 10% your savings. That's just me because I hate banksters with a passion as I do R.E Agents and lawyers.
Why does most everyone here like or prefer fiat currency over real gold and silver? Does not compute. LOL! Gold and Silver IS real money! Just make sure your buying the pure stuff and not the cheap plated stuff. Put it in your safe and forget about it. Nuff said!
The information provided Goldman a window into the New York Fed’s private insights, the lawyers said, including details about at least one of Goldman’s clients, a midsize bank regulated by the Fed. Although it is unclear how Goldman bankers used the information, if at all, the confidential details could have helped them advise the client.
And the biggest irony is that Bansal's illegal abuse of confidential NY Fed data only was noticed for the first time... when Carmen Segarra's allegations hit the public for the second time on September 26 as noted above:
At the request of his bosses, Mr. Bansal gathered information about how regulators might view various issues facing Goldman’s banking clients, the lawyers briefed on the matter said. Much of what Mr. Bansal learned, the lawyers said, was fair game.
But in an email to his supervisor, Joseph Jiampietro, Mr. Bansal shared some potentially confidential supervisory information about a Goldman banking client. Mr. Jiampietro — a managing director at Goldman who was once a senior adviser to Sheila Bair, the former F.D.I.C. head — has since told colleagues he had no idea the information was subject to regulatory restrictions.
“Mr. Jiampietro never knowingly or improperly reviewed or misused” confidential supervisory information, his lawyer, Adam Ford, said in a statement. “He should not have been terminated. Any compliance failings regarding Mr. Bansal had nothing to do with Mr. Jiampietro.”
It was not until the morning of Sept. 26 that Goldman executives objected to some of Mr. Bansal’s information, the lawyers briefed on the matter said. During a conference call with Mr. Jiampietro and two higher-ranking Goldman executives, Mr. Bansal circulated an email with a spreadsheet attached. The email apparently set off alarms within Goldman. Within hours, the bank opened an internal investigation and alerted the New York Fed.
Goldman determined that the spreadsheet contained confidential bank supervisory information. Federal and state rules classify certain records, including those generated during bank exams, as confidential. Unless the Federal Reserve provides special approval, it can be a federal crime to share them outside
The House is expected as early as Friday to vote on a conservative debt-limit proposal even though chances are slim that the plan can pass the Senate.
Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) told the GOP conference on Wednesday that he is expecting a vote on the Republican Study Committee (RSC) plan that would raise the debt limit to $19.6 trillion from $18.1 trillion and would run through March 2017.
Explain away trader537.
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What? You never walked the streets of San Francisco? Streets of New York, downtown L.A.? Oh please! My eyes are wide open. Are yours?
Also do me a favor and buy the homeless some soap and a place for them to take a shower. Maybe, just maybe, someone on this board actually knows what I am talking about. It's one thing to sweat, but totally another to stink!
Please get rid of the homeless living under bridges, my park across the street.
Please explain why EBT Cards, food stamps, SNAP, are at record highs.
What we have here is electronic soup kitchen lines. Under the radar because you don't see the mass poverty happening in the USA. I SEE IT EVERYDAY!
Please put your money under your mattress because the banks don't want your money anymore. If they did interest rates would be much higher. Should have said fiat currency instead of real money.LOL!