Deep, he's been MIA for a week, he's probably over on the gold boards acting like a gold expert and racking up suckers over there to help him un-wind his lousy trades. Note some of his last posts here, he was definitely DGAZ all the way, then he hedged with his scalping calls again. He has no clue and I feel bad for those that follow him.
That said, I have no clue currently which is why I'm on the sideline now watching. Point & Figure Chart is not telling me anything compelling...
There she blows...Airmoron taking both sides again now that this has dropped significantly since their (don't know whether airbag is a he or she) first postings of last week and early this week.
Please don't follow his/her advise, make your own choices, and watch those squirrels...on a more informational note...reading some material on how the industry is starting to manage costs pretty hard, but no sign of reduction in contracts for equipment. Not saying anything with this other than it's information.
It is about as accurate as the information on the Farmer Almanac site....
"Signs of A Hard Winter.
Thicker than normal corn husks
Woodpeckers sharing a tree (this one is particularly disturbing to me)
Early arrival of the Snowy owl
Early departure of geese and ducks
Early migration of the Monarch butterfly
Thick hair on the nape (back) of the cow’s neck (or your girlfriends neck, very disturbing)
Heavy and numerous fogs during August
Raccoons with thick tails and bright bands
Mice eating ravenously into the home
Early arrival of crickets on the hearth
Spiders spinning larger than usual webs and entering the house in great numbers
Pigs gathering sticks
Insects marching a bee line rather than meandering
Early seclusion of bees within the hive
Unusual abundance of acorns
Muskrats burrowing holes high on the river hank
“See how high the hornet’s nest, ‘twill tell how high the snow will rest”
Narrow orange band in the middle of the Woollybear caterpillar warns of heavy snow; fat
and fuzzy caterpillars presage bitter cold
The squirrel gathers nuts early to fortify against a hard winter
Frequent halos or rings around sun or moon forecast numerous snow falls."
He is a total idiot, he claims to have information, but this sounds like a classic pumper here as he is. I don't care either way, but I'm just calling out "experts" who are really pumpers in disguise. He might as well tell us it's going to a bad winter because squirrel tails are fat this fall, lol.