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bluelivermore 1265 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 3, 2013 1:14 PM Member since: Aug 5, 2002
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    by superbmetamorphosis Aug 20, 2013 10:28 PM
    bluelivermore bluelivermore Sep 3, 2013 1:14 PM Flag

    Interest Rates will stay low, just like coming out of the 1930's. Look at all the 30 year corporate bonds paying very low rates to holders. Union Pacific or Norfolk southern are prime examples. Look at their 1930's bonds none paid over 4% and stayed that way into the 1970's. Nixon and Obama are the same guys different days.
    Watch Obama fail just like Nixon when he puts wage and price controlls on the Gougers. Down he comes. It is just that fee simple if you read Rothchilds history at all.

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    going under 5 soon

    by jimichimmi Jun 7, 2013 2:56 PM
    bluelivermore bluelivermore Aug 16, 2013 2:50 PM Flag

    Trillions of Dollars to enact Obamacare. With a T Trillions. Just like Zimbabwe. 15 here we come needs to be you battle cry. Trillions for Obamacare, gold soars. War debt, gold soars, Social facist programs, gold soars.

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    #$%$ selling gold. When will it stop?

    by bluelivermore Jul 12, 2013 3:22 PM
    bluelivermore bluelivermore Jul 18, 2013 7:32 PM Flag

    Sell more gold BOJ. Weaken that yen/gold carry. Hi priced gold in Yen means a weak yen, on a value basis. STAGFLATION rules the roost in Japan = high gold prices in Japan.

  • bluelivermore bluelivermore Jul 18, 2013 7:29 PM Flag

    Odd how Silver is in fundemental Backwardation, till the end of the year.
    Large contract gold is also in Backwardation compared to the carrying costs just like silver, has carrying cost backwardation.
    That has to worry some one somewhere that they will have to deliver on that backwardation.Costly to be sure for the shorts. Just like oil's continued backwardation. Both are in need of an explosion to the up side to deliver those contracts, that are in close in backward carry. You do see that backward carry ,right ,in the futures contracts for gold and silver? Or do you understand contango and backwardation?

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    Never any good news for AUQ

    by gotgoldies10 Jul 1, 2013 3:38 PM
    bluelivermore bluelivermore Jul 18, 2013 7:22 PM Flag

    Yep, they are talking this stock down. Odd the gold fixers want AUQ. They did the same thing with Breakwater Resources. How does production look out from here.
    It would be real discouraging to have to sell one you best mines to the Mexican Drug Mafia head, carlos slim. That would hurt worse than paying protection at a mine. At least when you pay protection, you slide some production past them. Not when they are owners, with you and breathing their mafia breath down you neck. OUCHY!!!!!!

  • bluelivermore bluelivermore Jul 12, 2013 3:24 PM Flag

    Good Cramer the bank schill, is telling people to sell. GS Cramer's home bank is buying. Always nice to have a schill to work off of.

  • How much longer can the BOJ sell gold for? How much more do they have to sell?
    Nice gold bounce on the opening of Bohemian Grove?
    The slave populations of the world are not entitled to own gold, as per the Bohemian Grove participants.
    Only rulers are entitled to own real money, NOT slaves?
    Why is that Japanese Emperor selling his gold? All the gold in the BOJ belongs to the Emperor, don't forget that schlaven?

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    Shorting at 6.22

    by crewcoachmickey Mar 6, 2013 10:38 AM
    bluelivermore bluelivermore Mar 15, 2013 11:46 PM Flag

    Cool Let Me Know when you cover, please.
    Great trade!!!

  • bluelivermore bluelivermore Feb 1, 2013 6:09 PM Flag

    Get shares cheap. And drive the stock price down for buybacks other than the Dutch Auction.
    Brokers are bankers. All bankers are loansharks. The difference between a loanshark and a banker is this. When loansharks trade loans it is called banking, not loan trading. Banking loans. Loanshark loans. All bankers are loansharks. They trade loans in system known as banking.
    All loansharks are criminals.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • bluelivermore bluelivermore Feb 1, 2013 6:04 PM Flag

    There are many reasons Dutch Auctions are under subscibed. Price. Single holders. No one wants the final price of the range. Looks like most of the people will get full price if they tendered early. Those who tendered late may get less.
    Dutch Auctions are all about time vs. value which is your premise.
    Stock is wood pulp.
    The late tenders may only get around 7. Or the low end of the range. In a big tender like this one.
    Did you specify a price.?Tthat your were offering at? Hope you did.
    They only have to take a certain amount of shares at the highest price which is IN the intial time frame.
    Value and wood pulp. Really?

    Sentiment: Buy

  • bluelivermore bluelivermore Feb 1, 2013 3:19 PM Flag

    Finally, this stock may move into play quickly. If this kinda stuff is comming out. Odd why now spinoff or new issue for a broker?

    Sentiment: Buy

  • bluelivermore by bluelivermore Jan 29, 2013 3:58 AM Flag

    This seems to be a major issue for this Trust lately?
    Why is that?
    What is being done about it?
    Keeping this Trusts fields on line, up and running?

    Sentiment: Hold

  • bluelivermore bluelivermore Jan 17, 2013 1:56 AM Flag

    Brokers count shares in and out if you ever worked at a broker back office. They don't buy anything they can't turn instantly. Share volume in and to the company is a one way trade, the broker of choice gets the commisons one way, and it usually a set minimum.
    And yeah, they are shorting your shares held in street name, into a volume decline to get as much downside as they can.They are using your own stock which they borrowed from you if you are long. Just for starters. They don't take any 2 million share dutch auction without a minimum share commission fee. Which is less than even the block fees.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • bluelivermore bluelivermore Jan 17, 2013 1:50 AM Flag

    And which dried up river were they going to market on, in the US?
    Do you understand backwardation and contango at all?
    If so tell me are beans in backwardation or contango?
    Then what does that indicate to you, in rolling contracts?

    Sentiment: Buy

  • bluelivermore bluelivermore Jan 15, 2013 4:25 PM Flag

    No. NS sold it's San Antonio refinery to CLMT, plus some other assets in the EagleFord. CLMT forked over the borrowed cash. Plus ALL the NS pipelines are full of crude, headed into an expanded 3 Rivers area. Then there is all those asphalt sales in the North East, and east coast from Sandy. It will no doubt be hard to get the 50% out of the Goldberg asphalt venture, but Goldberg eventually has to pay up. Goldberg is slow pay no pay company, despite having tons of cash on it's balance sheet. That is a problem.
    NS is hitting on all cylinders, except for Goldberg. It is odd how if you actually look at the 3rd and 4th quarter cash flows they are way up, from all the new pipelines and facilities.
    NS has an unusual problem. They can not take on anymore oil in their piplines. All space leased up. Mostly pay or take contracts.
    The St. James terminal is running at capacity, in Lousiana. Even the expanded version.
    Any LNG exports help NS ship to the gulf coast. And there is trillions of feet of liquids rich gas comming out the EagleFord, with no place to go, except into NS's pipes. EagleFord passed Bakken in oil production in August or Sept., and the well count will go up 15% to 20% or more.
    That is where they are going to get the dividened.
    It's a bouncing off the walls situation for NS. They are in the middle of the EagleFord with more oil and NGLs than they can handle.
    Plenty of dividened coverage materialized in the 2nd half.

  • bluelivermore bluelivermore Jan 14, 2013 11:39 PM Flag

    Tender for shares is it still going on? Right Now?
    There is tender for AUQ common out by the company those shares don't show up in volume since they are cancelled.
    Even, so, you a right the volume will decrease with the current company buy back in place. Plus there is a tender out right now I think for shares. It may have expired? 2millon shares in the mid 8's is the offer from AUQ.
    It is the alleged reason XOM is slowing share repurchases with it's cash. Volume to Low.
    Commodities have begun to move off the bottom into the summer time, look at the grains.
    Gold and Silver soar when grains soar. Grain weather is not a topic right now. Who is buying.
    Institutional buyers.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    cwco dividend

    by petersonedward Nov 15, 2012 3:18 PM
    bluelivermore bluelivermore Nov 15, 2012 7:00 PM Flag

    Huge dividened coverage. How much does the british pound effect this stock? Where did all this stock come from that it needs to be sold to avoid 39% tax? What would you buy order at if there is another flash crash? 5.25 or lower 4.90 pause? Basically 1.80 off where it is now.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    RBY is the perfect AUQ Take Over.

    by warrcee Nov 14, 2012 11:09 AM
    bluelivermore bluelivermore Nov 14, 2012 11:43 PM Flag

    Yes, that would be a good merger. How much do you figure, AUQ is worth in a buyout? 12 to 14?
    Since both AUQ/RBY are in active shopping mode, just seems natural.
    NGD seems to have it's plate full? RBY does have better hard rock geologists, but not for the reason most people think, they are given different instructions than say a NEM geologists.
    Would love to see NGD merger, but AUQ has the cash and cooperation to buy RBY. After all that hostile Ian Telfar, GG stuff it is not going like that again at RBY. Some one sent AEM packing, who was that?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Get as many shares as possible? Are these regualar common or special rights common? Must be that DeBeers is making Bid? Rights are protective? From Who? This happens all the time in tech.

    Sentiment: Hold

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    Back To Dropping Like A Rock To $5.00

    by bluelivermore Oct 23, 2012 4:17 PM
    bluelivermore bluelivermore Oct 28, 2012 11:22 PM Flag

    I would like AUQ to go up, but it is like pushing on a string. After awhile in mining you realize no matter how good you do at the business, if you aren't part of the top 300's universe, it is a no starter. Since Slim is in who knows the sky is the limit. Wow when you look at his Frisco company mining empire, looks like take over time or the extinction of AUQ. There doesn't seem to be any middle ground.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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