Maybe....just maybe.....they're incompetent in making videos??? But, very competent in finding gold??? Let's hear it from the TRX peanut gallery.
Do you think Germany is any different in having lost their gold to the Fed Reserve?
Governor Greg Abbott signed a law last week to build a depository for its 5,600 bars of the precious metal and, as he said in a statement, “repatriate $1 billion of gold bullion from the Federal Reserve in New York.”
The gold, it turns out, isn’t at the New York Fed — it’s in a rented vault in midtown Manhattan — and is worth about $650 million. Regardless, Texas aims to bring it home.
“We want to show off our strength and resilience,” said Giovanni Capriglione, the Republican lawmaker who sponsored the repatriation bill. “This is to be able to say, ‘Hey, listen, Texas is unique, it’s stable, it’s strong and we can show that by letting other states and individuals know that, yes, Texas has a billion dollars worth of gold. Does your state have a billion dollars worth of gold?’”
'...The excitement of being in the EU has waned for the Greeks. It has been quite clear from the actions of their European ‘partners’ over the last few years that friendship was not an option; it has been difficult enough for Greece and Russia to gain basic respect. The audacity of the EC to announce a sum of 11 billion Euros as part of their ‘Support Package to Ukraine’ — a country not even in the EU — while Greece floundered, was a clear message. Friendship, at any level, also requires a degree of trust to be genuine and something which after the Ukraine crisis has been lost completely...'
'...As much as certain quarters would like to believe it in Europe, the Greeks and Russians aren’t stupid. Tsipras didn’t go to Moscow because he was humiliated. He went there to do business. Russia currently seems to be the only significant player with any common sense and credibility left and fundamentally the only one that can be trusted. Hence this latest $2 billion deal signed by both parties on the Turkish Stream gas pipeline (pictured below) with Russia also stating that it would finance future infrastructure projects in Greece. Cheaper gas, increased Russian investment and tourism sounds like just the economic boost it needs...'
Tinfoil thinking?? I don't think so. Where is Germany's gold?? Did the Feds steal it?? Better to ask questions than, like the three monkeys; see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. Isn't that what TRX bagholders are doing?? You should be the first to answer that one.
In Riyadh, there’s a new king in town; and he is a very different man than his brother was before him. After shaking up the government and replacing the heads of Saudi Arabia’s two biggest corporate behemoths (SABIC & Saudi Aramco), his new majesty seems to have the right people in place to carry out what seems to be an entirely new set of policies.
Case in point was this past Thursday’s meeting in St. Petersburg where President Putin received the Deputy Crown Prince and Saudi Defense Minister Muhammad bin Salman (a son of the current King Salman), along with Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir and the all-powerful Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi. The two sides signed a total of six new cooperation agreements that included the nuclear and military spheres.
The delegations also took the opportunity to address ways to improve bilateral relations, particularly in the fields of technical cooperation, housing, oil and gas, and investment opportunities.
From the Saudi delegation, the real power in the room was of course the vaunted Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi, who sounded quite confident about a rise in the price of oil in the near future. Naimi was quoted as saying, “I am optimistic about the future of the market in the coming months in terms of the continuing improvement and increasing global demand for oil as well as the low level of commercial inventories.” This, the minister said, “is expected to improve the level of prices.”
Despite the Western efforts to discourage investors from participating in the St. Petersburg Economic Forum, the affair is in full swing. Jim Rogers, legendary investor and chairman of Beeland Interests, is in attendance, and he told Radio Sputnik that the Russian economy may be the most promising market for fellow investors.
"Well, it’s gonna change the world," Rogers says when asked about the role of the BRICS Bank. "You know, the world has been dominated by IMF, World Bank, and other American-controlled institutions, and that’s never good, that only one players in charge of everything. So now we’re going to have competition…
"This will be very good for the world," he adds.
Gold and silver will likely get caught up in this maelstrom and drop to new lows, despite imminent positive seasonal factors, but will later emerge into spectacular bull markets, and it will be important for any investors wanting to buy physical gold and silver to aim to do so ahead of the crash bottom, because after the turn it will be almost impossible to buy physical, and also to keep in mind that governments can be expected to pass laws enabling them to forcibly steal your gold and silver – so give some thought to where you are going to store it.
NO.....Yahoo will not shut down this board. I own millions of shares of NMCX. The share price is $0.0001 and it's still open. You wanna whine? Just post what you want to say. Only the walls will listen. And. so it will be with TRX.
Jim is the ultimate 'fake out' artist, a flim-flam man bar none. He is good at it. Just read the 'wannabe rich' defenders of TRX. Jim has the know-how and the experience to carry this through.......all the way down to $0.00.
....as he passed out WIC credit cards to those who '...have stayed with us through the hard times....'
Why do you always attempt to belittle the opposition by using derogatory terms? That makes you so small. You are up against heavy hitters. Try to be equal to them.
'...Jim is so right with his "GOTS" advice. Now is the time to act.'
That was the only time Jim was right. But then, that was the time when he was promoting TRX, and equating Gold with TRX shares. Those days are over. Gold will stand on it's own as you have implied, and TRX will......you know.