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evilwallstreet 34 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 10, 2014 4:12 PM Member since: Feb 7, 2001
  • Reply to

    Collusion --Call Sellers Scrambling!

    by southshoretrader Jul 10, 2014 3:49 PM
    evilwallstreet evilwallstreet Jul 10, 2014 4:12 PM Flag

    LOAD UP on manipulation dump.

    Take what they give you- Gold price will keep pushing higher.
    Global unrests and conflicts is rising , not waning.

    They can try to dump as they have to pay to sell against market.
    Hedge fund bulls will load up on these pull backs thus driving price back up.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • SURGE and Breakout of Channel.

    Feds in the Face of worldwide lost of confidence in US policy and QE fiasco, finally decided to raise Fed Funds rate before October 2014.
    The tide has turned, Inflation rising and soon popping.
    Lets just hope it is not a tidal wave in the next 2 yrs.
    HOLD ON TO GOLD !!!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • evilwallstreet evilwallstreet Jul 9, 2014 12:03 PM Flag

    US$ has had a very good run since WW2 getting off the gold standard.
    US$$ helped build USA to the forefront of the world with the help of England (The world's market makers of all commodities.... funded by Rothchilds East India Co "Trades" ).
    But lately (since 1990), US has been on a path to social, military and fiscal mismanagement, the world has a full view of it. Confidence in US government and the $$ is waning.

    China picked itself up from the boot strap after the Nixon/Kissinger offer to put China slave-wage labor to work for corporations. It was win-win for US + The West and China to export cheap labor instead of wars.

    India has adopted the British ways of legal system but it lacks a strong centralized control because the rajas + tycoons prefer a weak central government so they have more say in politics. India despite its 1 billion + populace,but its power is distributed regionally and via large corporations like Tata.

    These old civilizations have always believed in Gold over all other currencies, it is time to balance the trades to the customers / users side.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • evilwallstreet evilwallstreet Jul 8, 2014 5:26 PM Flag

    London Gold FIX has been going on for 10 years.
    All players and buyers can see the problem of manipulation in a major way to support US$ and undermine gold as alternative currency.

    Since China and India are 2 bohemoth buyers of gold, they should have a major say on the direction of pricing. I am sure gold miners would love that.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • evilwallstreet evilwallstreet Jul 8, 2014 11:44 AM Flag

    If Shanghai and India can cooperate and start another trading board for gold pricing, that will force London to become honest.
    Monopoly is never a good thing for the market.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • evilwallstreet evilwallstreet Jul 7, 2014 5:46 PM Flag

    First The Germans WALKED OUT in April , now World Gold Council is taking action....

    MarketWatch reported 7/7th 2014:

    “There was strong support for the World Gold Council’s key principles for reform. We believe it should be based on executed trades and a tradable price, it should have highly transparent input data, should be calculated from a deep and liquid market, and represent a physically-deliverable price,” said Natalie Dempster, managing director of central banks and public policy at the WGC, in a press release.

    The forum brought together 34 delegates from the industry who stressed the importance of a local London price, “which would reflect both the deep pool of liquidity available in London as well as London’s historic and current position as the primary trading center for gold,” the WGC said.

    The fix, which is set twice each business day, establishes a transaction price for a large pool of buy and sell orders.

    While the WGC can’t change the way the gold fix is calculated, its members include major gold-mining companies, and the council is well known for its reports and analyses of the gold market.

    A Bloomberg article published in February said a draft research paper showed that the gold fix may have been manipulated for a decade by the banks that set it. A class-action lawsuit was filed in March against the five banks that set the London benchmark price, alleging manipulation.

    And in April, Deutsche Bank resigned its seat on the London gold and silver fixes without finding a buyer."

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • First The Germans WALKED OUT in April , now World Gold Council is taking action....

    MarketWatch reported 7/7th 2014:

    “There was strong support for the World Gold Council’s key principles for reform. We believe it should be based on executed trades and a tradable price, it should have highly transparent input data, should be calculated from a deep and liquid market, and represent a physically-deliverable price,” said Natalie Dempster, managing director of central banks and public policy at the WGC, in a press release.

    The forum brought together 34 delegates from the industry who stressed the importance of a local London price, “which would reflect both the deep pool of liquidity available in London as well as London’s historic and current position as the primary trading center for gold,” the WGC said.

    The fix, which is set twice each business day, establishes a transaction price for a large pool of buy and sell orders.

    While the WGC can’t change the way the gold fix is calculated, its members include major gold-mining companies, and the council is well known for its reports and analyses of the gold market.

    A Bloomberg article published in February said a draft research paper showed that the gold fix may have been manipulated for a decade by the banks that set it. A class-action lawsuit was filed in March against the five banks that set the London benchmark price, alleging manipulation.

    And in April, Deutsche Bank resigned its seat on the London gold and silver fixes without finding a buyer."

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Highest since April amidst global unrest + impending inflation.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • evilwallstreet by evilwallstreet Jun 30, 2014 11:26 PM Flag

    Flying in July.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    A little birdie told me

    by bobobaginz Jun 26, 2014 2:23 PM
    evilwallstreet evilwallstreet Jun 26, 2014 2:35 PM Flag

    Take a closer look, The Little Bird is a hell-bound winged devil come to summon your soul.
    Bye Bye

  • Reply to

    Impending Conflict + wars

    by evilwallstreet May 30, 2014 11:11 AM
    evilwallstreet evilwallstreet May 30, 2014 4:14 PM Flag

    Per your point 1985 dollar index at its historical high = No wonder people miss Ronald Reagan so much, the good ole days when Berlin wall failed and Gorbachov hugging Ronnie while Soviet Union broke apart, America at its prime in the last 60+ yrs.

    I really wonder the coincidence of USA entrenched elites "allowed" an African American to move into White House or just to let him HOLD THE BAG of economic collapse.

    And now "allowing" A WOMAN to be at the helm of FEDERAL RESERVE and deal with flooding the market with near dollar collapse after Bernanke issued endless bail out bond buying at zero% interest fed funds rate.

    Just like the movie Trading Places in some sense.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • evilwallstreet by evilwallstreet May 30, 2014 11:11 AM Flag

    China vs Japan + US involvement
    China vs Vietnam + US Involvement
    China vs Phillipines + US involvement
    Russia vs Ukraine + US and NATO involvement
    Iran vs US whereby Iran will go ahead with Nuke grade uranium- US is too busy around the world
    N Korea vs US S Korea + Japan nuke bomb development

    None of them will be a major WW3 at te beginning but they will escalate from here.
    US will go broke trying to patrol the world.

    Bring back the gold standard- in God the world trust.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • evilwallstreet evilwallstreet May 29, 2014 10:08 AM Flag

    Bot some at the open- sickly cheap YUM!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Mining is inherently dangerous work.
    This shakeout is no more an excuse than MMs need to steal shares cheap.
    Within days we will jet past $4 and many people will get shaken out or margin called.

    The true terrorists in this world are these hedge funds, naked shorts aided by MMs to create selloffs.

    i will be loading up if this thing hits $3.5 and rob the MMs $$ LOL

    Sentiment: Buy

  • evilwallstreet evilwallstreet May 22, 2014 5:53 PM Flag

    They will tease everyone witht a $3.10 with a last 1 minute "pop" on Friday right before closing which still render most calls worthless..... almost.

    Like you say, they must keep selling to the retail under $3 for 5 days= Taking a lost .

    June will be mostly above $4 LOL

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • evilwallstreet evilwallstreet May 22, 2014 2:21 PM Flag

    Yahoo should charge him $1/post
    Everyone gets TOTAL 10 posts per day free, after that $1/post..... Yahoo will be rich.

  • Reply to

    to the gay reptilian hedge funds

    by goinglong1000 May 20, 2014 12:19 PM
    evilwallstreet evilwallstreet May 20, 2014 12:46 PM Flag

    From the days of hiding in the closet to LGBT controlling every fagcet of our lives
    Marriage law.
    school teachings and embracing of gay life style.
    Management in school and government.
    Management in corporations.
    Military ranks.
    Locker rooms in all professional and college+high school sports.

    We are now at their control and rules.
    Toast liberals !!

  • Reply to

    MS downgrade signaled BUY for its subscribers

    by evilwallstreet May 20, 2014 11:14 AM
    evilwallstreet evilwallstreet May 20, 2014 11:39 AM Flag

    On the intraday chart, the MMs moved the time to about 11:115 EST

    MMs have been doing this the last few days- moving multi million block trades like a game..... now u see it, and now u don't.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • 3.3+M share buy just went through just before 11 AM EST

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • evilwallstreet evilwallstreet May 15, 2014 1:09 PM Flag

    Yip I saw that too
    It was 8.8M+ shares about 15 minutes ago changed to 5.5M+ shares.... or there about

    Sentiment: Buy

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