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bollingr_band 26 posts  |  Last Activity: May 27, 2015 3:25 PM Member since: Feb 7, 2001
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  • Reply to

    check out STEM guys

    by bpca2012 May 27, 2015 10:39 AM
    bollingr_band bollingr_band May 27, 2015 3:25 PM Flag

    Macular degeneration trial results in June
    +continue progress in thoracic spinal injury nereve regeneration.

    Bot @ $65 c.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • bollingr_band by bollingr_band May 26, 2015 9:34 AM Flag

    I will be one of the thieves.
    Looking for my truck to load up.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Talking about lacking conviction and credibility.

    Market cannot take her words seriously.

    First pounding the table to raise rate by June, now it is sometime in 2015.
    She really serves the banks and wall street bulls by threatening to raise rate despite the masses is suffering.

  • Yellen already broadcasted on May 6th Equity Market is quite high.

    The showdown between 90% + of the equity market ( bond mrkt, currency mrkt.... ) all priced in No Rate Hike for June and Sept.

    Hedge funds

    Markets are full of margin on the long side bets.
    Markets just CANNOT SEE how Yellen can rock the apple carts.

    BUT you know the disappointment is going to come where you don't expect.

    Loaded with TZA just in case Yellen brings the bomb.

  • bollingr_band bollingr_band May 20, 2015 2:49 PM Flag

    Looks like The Fed's opinion on equity market has the opposite effect since May 6th statement.

    Yellen is speechless FOMC has no effect on equity market.

  • bollingr_band bollingr_band May 18, 2015 2:01 PM Flag

    May 6th 2015
    Conversation with Christine Lagarde IMF

    The Federal Reserve Chair warned Wednesday that stock valuations are “quite high” and that she sees risks in the bond market — but stopped short of using the B-word, as in bubble.
    “I would highlight that equity market valuations at this point generally are quite high,” Yellen said at a Washington event when asked about whether low interest rates were creating another bubble. “There are potential dangers there.”
    Her comments pushed down stocks and drew comparisons to former Fed chair Alan Greenspan’s 1996 warning that some investors were showing “irrational exuberance.”

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

    Now trading just under $9.9

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Have to load up under $8.9

    by bollingr_band May 18, 2015 12:18 PM
    bollingr_band bollingr_band May 18, 2015 1:33 PM Flag

    Have to load up under $9.9

    Not $8.9 typo

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • bollingr_band by bollingr_band May 18, 2015 12:18 PM Flag

    Thanks to MMs stealing weak hands shares.

    Will keep buying more to cost avg under $10

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Sanofi is in the driver seat unless, sales + marketing somehow magically can generate large sustaining order growth.

    Of course there are a few large pharmas lerking around to get an angle on MNKD.

    Al MAnn knows he will get the Big Payoff LATER, NOT SOONER..... so he went home and wait a few years.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • It really shows the FEDS was all along controlling THE BIG LIE to pump up US$ with Obama Administration Labor dept..
    Wall Street Crooks like of Goldman Sax were bashing gold + silver + oil + gas by pushing up US$.

    Commodities will rally like we haven't seen in a long while.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • March 20 2015

    The new benchmarking process for gold in London has begun today, but without any direct Chinese involvement as yet. The new London Gold Fix – or LBMA Gold Price – as it is now called is beginning with only a small change from the participants in the old system – Barclays, HSBC, SocGen and Bank of Nova Scotia, will now be joined by UBS and Goldman Sachs to make up the number to six.
    According to the LBMA there is as yet going to be no direct participation by any of the three Chinese banks which have expressed interest in joining and would appear to qualify for inclusion under the strict guidelines for doing so. The first new LBMA Gold Price benchmark price under the new system came in at $1171.75 at 10:30 am GMT this morning.

    Many observers had felt that the inclusion of one or more of the Chinese banks – ICBC, Bank of China and China Construction Bank – would be inevitable from the start of the new process, but as we pointed out here a few days ago (See: Fixing the Gold Fix – with or without the Chinese banks?) their inclusion at the start was certainly not inevitable – even though China is comfortably the world’s largest consumer of gold whatever the World Gold Council and GFMS may say in qualifying what they present as Chinese consumption figures. China is also comfortably the world’s largest producer of the yellow metal and it seems extremely strange, and can only contribute to the thinking of those who believe the gold price is being suppressed by the establishment of major central banks and the bullion banks. Whether this is, in reality, the case or not will obviously be a continuing debate, but it does seem to be odd that given the huge undisputed flows of physical gold from West to East that the gold price has performed so badly over the past few years.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • So far they have been hammered down 20-25% few days ago.

    Even the dumbest investors need to be convinced there is got to be at least 50% upside within a year to take a 20% + risk to the downside.

    SO what did Marrone show them to convince them coming in at $4.4 ish ??

    Was it Chinese flight money from US Treasury bills??
    So far they looked very unsophisticated to say the least.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Gold up a whopping 1.6%,

    by american_chariot Mar 19, 2015 4:29 PM
    bollingr_band bollingr_band Mar 19, 2015 4:43 PM Flag

    London Fix will officially be gone starting tomorrow.

    China physical gold delivery will play a more significant role in price discovery.

    COMEX however will still play games with paper gold, but for over 100 years, London Fix (5 banks) manipulated gold however suits them.

    COMEX keeping paper gold price down while supporting strong $$ will just do a huge favor for China + India + Russia loading up gold at very suppressed value.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • His latest dissection of the Feds beginning to look spot on.

    Economy is Not Doing Well
    Unemployment data is exagerating the health of the economic recovery.
    The world is devaluating their currency to save their economies, US$ will come crashing down when the equivalent of QE4 is brought forth.
    Oil and commodity price collapse further reflects low world demand and weakness in economies all around.
    Multi national global income will be under duress + pressure when translated back to US$.
    Stock market likely will stay weak for next 2 quarters.

    Yellin and company is trying to paint a ROSY economy but the signs are everywhere- this recovery is going to hit some more major bumps..... put it MILDLY.

  • Reply to

    The Fed....

    by american_chariot Mar 18, 2015 3:25 PM
    bollingr_band bollingr_band Mar 18, 2015 4:25 PM Flag

    The "old" way of relying on this Rothschild Private Federal Reserve Bank to determine what is best for the USA and the "world" economy has changed.

    BRICS are standing up to Rothschild Banks ruling the world.

    BRICS have continue to buy gold while Rothschild banks prop up the US$ at the expense of gold.

    In the scheme of Rothschild's world, the non-western world of rough 5 to 6 billion people (including 3 Billion in BRICS) will be the under class serving the interest of Western Industrialized nations. Hence the shift in 1972 to make a deal with Mao (Kissinger with Tricky #$%$ in tow ) and transferring labor work to China at the expense of American workers and Europeans labor force as well.

    Simultaneously the world went off the gold standard and start the printing press to finance all things Western world.
    Pivot To Asia, should say Pivot To China.
    China's attempt to standup first time in 250 years really is a thorn on the side of Rothschild led USA + UK.
    The perceived Slave Labor is back talking + barking.
    The winner will be BRICS and gold price.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • bollingr_band bollingr_band Mar 18, 2015 2:16 PM Flag

    GoldmanPillage+Sack = GPS for many of us on prospective of Gold, copper, moneytary policies, etc

    Thank you again.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • bollingr_band bollingr_band Mar 18, 2015 11:17 AM Flag

    Very well said.

    I know Chinese are beginning to unload its 1.24 Trillion T Bills in favor of assets such as high end US RE developments. Long term, it is better than gazillions of paper $ without gold behind it.

    Everyone knows the Feds are trying to bubble up assets like stock and R E by keeping interest rate low. But all around the world, the message is Devaluation to prop up economies and create employment reflecting a regressing economy.

    Now US$ is sky rocketing to outer space, who can afford to buy US high value exports.

    When US$ hits apex, it will reflect gravity pull and gold will rise for a long long time.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • While wage growth is coming, inflation is a real problem, she said.

    "They don't need it to be at their 2 percent goal, [Fed Chair] Janet Yellen has said that, but the problem is right now it is moving away from goal."

    Read More This Fed economic indicator looks pretty awful

    The strong dollar will also be a factor, Zentner said.

    In fact, she said that if the central bank were to raise rates now, it would do harm to the U.S. economy.

    "This is a Fed that likes to err on the side of caution. This is a Fed that buys into the asymmetric risk of tightening policy too early. That it's more risky to do that than tighten policy too late, and that it would be a policy mistake if they went early because you just don't know," Zentner said.

    U.S. stock index futures indicated a flat to lower open on Wednesday ahead of the hotly anticipated …
    That said, there are two factions within the Federal Reserve, she noted. One that is willing to put faith in the economic outlook that all of the pieces will fall into place, and the other who wants to see proof in the data.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Investors are awaiting a signal from the Federal Reserve on Tuesday that the central bank will raise interest rates, but Gloom, Boom & Doom Report editor Marc Faber thinks the Fed will keep them waiting.

    "In my view, the Fed will not increase interest rates this year," he told CNBC's "Squawk Box," pointing to dollar strength and recent disappointing economic data. "The economy simply [is] not taking off, so I don't see there will be an interest rate increase."

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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