Based out of Tel Aviv had reported owning 1,273,245 shares, Valentine's Day. They are down to 635,048 (sourced thru Nasdaq) and being the number 2 seller, having sold 190,427 per most recent report. All funds reporting had a sell bias, buying 543,757, selling 610,719. All foregoing info can be confirmed by visiting the Nasdaq website.
It wasn't me that said Bleeding stopped Nov 5
and if you want to deal in mixed messages, fine. For most people, they'd understand a Bleeding stopped message of Nov 5 would have meant it has stopped going lower. And it has gone a LOT lower since. If you need any further explanation, ask your doctor to reconsider a change in dosage to whatever it is you're taking.........or don't post while you're half drunk.
gold is an inflation hedge - inflation nowhere in sight without wage increases
gold is a hedge against currency devaluation - nations are in a low interest battle to stimulate each country's exports
gold is a hedge against some global calamity
ALL things considered none of the above is seeing gold appreciate and the charts show the once megatrend for gold bulls, it's over and the bears are in charge. If that doesn't bust your gold bubble, no one truly cares. Ignore the big picture advice and continue buying, okey dokey?
I have to say your encouraging tone isn't being heard. I'm willing to listen. What are the reasons, both fundamental and technical to owning this? What method of valuation are you using?
See you soon! Maybe over at MJNA? Oh and those 30 cent shares you were pumping, thoughts? Still looking for $1?
How soon before the alias barrage? I want to be in my underground bunker before it hits!