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hapiwondrer 22 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 26, 2014 10:28 PM Member since: Sep 25, 2010
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  • hapiwondrer hapiwondrer May 27, 2014 7:25 AM Flag

    See: “The Belgian Connection” by Peter Schiff

    This is just one of the ways that the Fed is hiding the facts by shifting its QE out of the country to give the impression that its buy-back of indebtedness is “tapering”. Williams mentions that he doesn’t see QE being “tapered”, but this is one of the known ways QE remains at current levels, despite claims to the contrary by the Fed’s monetary authorities.

    Quantitative Easing raises the monetary base and adds to inflationary risks. Williams points out that the consumer is already tapped out and can’t spend, so he expects a downturn in the economy that soon will have to be widely acknowledged.

    Don’t you just love these Princeton/Harvard/etc terms invented by banksters? These people need to occupy jail cells where they can no longer do harm. Courts should make the possibility that central bank leadership will NEVER again engage in this type of theft with PERMANENT solutions that will dissuade future bankster theft. That should extend back to all living Fed Chairmen/women along with dissolution of the Federal Reserve Act. Of course, short of a revolution and a return to Constitutional rule, it’s never going to happen. People, including Williams and Hunter, are too afraid to suggest appropriate sanctions on central bank board members and their allies in the corporate and political world. They are far from alone, in that regard. When the hammer finally falls and evidence of where guilt lies becomes widespread we need PERMANENT solutions, and not stop-gap measures that will only mean a return to business as usual in short order.

    Again, I make this suggestion to those who have found interesting Internet posts. Don’t make your readers hunt for your suggested articles if you want as many as possible to access your suggestion. Merely provide the title, in quotes, so there is no question about what you are referring to. It works as well as a link.

  • hapiwondrer by hapiwondrer May 29, 2014 9:56 PM Flag

    Western central banks are desperate for your PMs. They are taking the PM market down slowly (which is fine with Asia) with some minor upswings. Western banks for a number of years now have been transferring PMs to the East. Now they need to replace what they have discarded FROM YOU.

    Previously it was though that perhaps $1200 gold and $19 silver might be a bottom, with the caveat that from that point upward the reversal would need to be apparent.

    Remember, virtually ALL the PM newsletter writers have been wrong about the direction of that sector. It should make you wonder if it is incompetence or a secret alliance they have with the banksters using, of course, plausible deniability.

    As stated from this screen name about 2 weeks ago, Peter Schiff penned the following: “The Belgian Connection”. Now Jim Willie has stated much the same in “BRICS Gold Source & Belgium Bulge”.

    These findings are related to the take-down (manipulation, such as recent Barclay's revelations) of precious metals with central bank impending insolvency. They are attempting to drive down the PM market filling their coffers with YOUR PMs along with the same old siren song of gold as a “barbaric relic” worthy only of disposal before the price goes lower. All this should mean is that PM investors should be looking for an impending bottom in the PM market, taking advantage of the lower prices provided gold/silver investors. The only way this can be recognized is with a large uptick subsequent to a bottom that takes out overhead resistance. This will mean that relatively deep-pocket investors have come aboard and will not countenance losses the result of CB manipulation without serious lawsuits (perhaps as a class) combined with public exposure of CB wrong-doing.

    Note, also, that major stock indices are moving upwards on declining volume, which is opposite to expectations of a long-term uptrend. The old refrain applies: “Bulls make money, bears make money but pigs get slaughtered”.

  • hapiwondrer by hapiwondrer Jun 1, 2014 3:11 AM Flag

    See: “Gold And Silver: Debt Is Trouncing Precious Metals, For Now” by Michael Noonan

    “What may not be as widely known is that the English Rothschild bank funded the North in America’s Civil War, while the French Rothschild bank funded the South. It did not matter who would win, the Rothschild’s were going to increase both their wealth and, more importantly for them, their influence in US politics. That had always been their primary objective.”

    This is just one excerpt and is worth taking the time to read the rest. It represents how the misuse of a massive fortune, to garner even more wealth, is not anchored in any belief system based on humanity towards others. As such it is the Destroyer of everything in its path merely for personal gain by using the ability to fund national conflicts on both sides. There are many accounts of how Rothschild money, and those of their allies, which includes the Prescott Bush family, funded the #$%$ regime and that of the Bolsheviks (Rothschild interests) during WWI. Those who might want to call this anti-Semitic need to respond with facts of their own as these are not opinions. Of course this is Yahoo, which doesn’t allow simple links in order easily corroborate facts from credible sources. Why might that be, other than a mentality wishing to keep people in ignorance.

    What this boils down to currently is the power to print un-backed currencies for whatever the “money trust” considers its objectives through its private central banking resources. This corrupts everything destroying the so called “free market” in the process, which relies on honest money. This sort of corruption is the perfect description of the urban definition of “filthy rich” in a contemporary context.

  • How many other people’s time did you waste (because you removed the Topic) who saw fit to answer your reference to the very good article by Tyler Durden on ZeroHedge titled: “China Signs Non-Dollar Settlement Deal With Russia's Largest Bank”

    Further, if you have any appreciation at all for other people’s time, you’d provide the title, as shown above, of the article so extra time doesn’t have to be spent looking for it. It’s called copy/paste into your message. It’s assumed you already know Yahoo doesn’t allow links, unless they are from Yahoo.

    See how easy that is?

    Based on the way you’ve responded to many others there’s not a whole lot of confidence you’re response will be useful.

    The Wondrerers.

  • Reply to

    A History Lesson:

    by hapiwondrer Jun 1, 2014 3:11 AM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Jun 1, 2014 3:31 AM Flag

    Isn’t it interesting that Yahoo considers “#$%$” (NATCHY) a word that shouldn’t be displayed without a login profile that allows the use of “bad” words. Yahoo rule makers are more than a little bit creepy and twisted in their thinking.

  • Is tapering REALLY taking place? See: “The Belgian Connection” by Peter Schiff

    Apparently the Belgians are acting as a money laundering agent to give the appearance that the Fed is actually “tapering”. Schiff doesn’t say so in that many words, but let’s just call a spade a spade. Since there is no way to track who the buyer of US Treasuries is in the case of purchases by foreign interests connected to central banks assumptions have to be made, which are quite rational.

    Belgium apparently has been the go-between in US Treasury purchases that total half of Belgium’s total GDP since so called tapering began.

    It doesn’t take a lot of reasoning to arrive at the conclusion that the Fed is using Belgium to mask an unabated QE program which for domestic consumption is called “tapering”.

    Of course this is all black ops behind the scenes financial manipulation never publicly disclosed. That’s just another reason the Fed needs to be fully audited. Too bad Snowden is not available to reveal the details on this one. Or maybe WikiLeaks.

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    Re: Germany's Gold

    by moses_on_wall_street Jul 25, 2014 10:23 AM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Jul 25, 2014 5:04 PM Flag

    And who’s the top dog at Yahoo? Marissa Mayer.

    And what are her creds? Involved in the development of Google Search and image products

    And who appears to have taken over all cookie handling? It sure looks like Google on this end

    There’s an old saying about power; it corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely

    Be sure your searches can’t be tracked. We use StartPage

  • Reply to

    hey Hapiwondrer. want me to cut your meat too?

    by justjess101 May 21, 2014 11:25 AM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer May 21, 2014 4:00 PM Flag

    You’d be best advised to delete this Topic as well before even more come to understand you’ve currently got nothing of value to contribute.

    In the meantime work through your personal problems and come back again with something worthwhile, including the title of e-articles you find of value. The insults you enjoy heaping on all you respond to are detracting from anything worthwhile you might have to say.

    This forum, for most of us, is to lend as much as we’re capable of to as wide an audience as we can an understanding of what we honestly believe will become profitable by exposing issues that could move markets, maybe not today or tomorrow but at some future date.

    GL will come to you with the recommended changes to your attitude.

  • There has been a continued deterioration of web page downloads due to advertisements on This appears to be from a lack of consideration towards users as to whether these ads are presented in a timely fashion. Part of this could be due to an effort to drive users to brokerage outlets where ads are not such a drag on performance, but require a funded account to avoid the lengthy web page downloads. It’s just another way Wall Street is screwing the public that doesn’t wish to be forced into brokerage commitments.

    Note that most of the ads are from brokerage firms whose ads are taking more time to download than in the past.

    There is NO argument that Yahoo shouldn’t be presenting ads in order to provide access to financial info. The argument is a perceived attempt to downgrade performance to force users into brokerage accounts.

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    by grandslammer222 May 23, 2014 2:48 PM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer May 23, 2014 6:08 PM Flag

    See the latest post by P. Radomski titled: “Gold & Silver Trading Alert: Turnaround”

    Unlike most other online editorialists in the PM sector, he appears to not be trying to pull people into PMs. Rather he is watching performance and underlying factors.

    The list of those calling themselves “bulls” for the PM sector is very long. It seems that you have been pulled into their line of propaganda that mostly leads investors to get in too early. What we should want is for all investors to come on board just after a recognizable bottom takes place. That is the point where the possible destruction of central banks will take place and humankind will again experience prosperity, but of course not without central governments doing everything within their power to prevent it.

    Too often the tired argument that fiat money is about to plunge to zero creates disappointment when it becomes obvious it is not happening, or not within a suggested time-frame. Yes. Fiat money will eventually have zero value. Being wrong about when that happens, on an individual basis, can be disastrous economically.

    Trying to make a linkage between petroleum resource development, currencies and PM prices is tenuous to nearly non-existent in the short term. LEAD TIME is the main factor. At this point actual turn-key of the projects you’ve mentioned is far into the future. This is true of all resource related projects, including gold/silver mining, which require massive amounts of investment and related development over a number of years.

  • AUY down today by 0.27%
    Jan 2016 $20 Call up by 88.89%

    Volume was 150, range was 0.17-0.18
    Call price on June 2 was 0.09, volume data can’t be provided for that date.

    Does somebody know something nobody else does and is trading on it illegally?

    This type of trading has been seen in the distant past when Santa Fe International (SFI) was the subject of insider trading by Kuwaiti insiders, including connected “royal” family members and an accountant who was asked by a board member of SFI for tax advice on a large increase in value of the board member’s shares. Of course the Kuwaiti’s got away with the loot. The American based accountant wasn’t so lucky when he put 2 + 2 together and bought call options that would have made him a millionaire, except for the fact that he got caught. It just so happens that the accountant was an acquaintance of ours. He and his wife (also an accountant) got what they deserved. But it’s just another case where “important feriners” get treated like the corrupt un-sanctionable royalty they represent. So now you know how being treated “royally” places some on the same basis as “diplomats” with immunity from prosecution.

    The case for SFI was easy to spot on a share price chart, which wasn’t as widely available until the advent of the Internet. Engineering and construction companies were in a downturn, yet SFI was exploding upwards.

    On the other hand today option charts are still not widely available except through brokerage firms. Yahoo, for example, has a spot on their daily option quotes for historical prices, but chooses not to provide the chart in the space provided, leading to the suspicion that to do so would not provide cover for illicit trading activities.

    Anyone who thinks this country runs on ‘the rule of law” doesn’t have a broad understanding of the meaning of the term and therefore is unlikely to understand the depth of the country’s corruption.

  • hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Jun 5, 2014 4:03 AM Flag

    You’re the expert on options. They wouldn’t be traded here because price is too easily manipulated. But they do seem to have some predictive value.

    As far as your claim that this particular option is ‘thinly” traded, it is a LEAP, and at this point has high open interest compared to what it probably will be a year from now (20,000?). That makes it particularly risky because it attracts manipulative interests on the writer side to have most of the interest expire valueless. As far as this sort of trade being “common”, the question should be “common” to whom?" And that is why it is suspicious. Note that the volume of 150 has again posted which may be an indication it is from a single source. This could be an indication of inside information on a potential buy-out of AUY; or maybe it’s just a dufus with more money than brains. Stay tuned.

  • Reply to

    Is there more pain?

    by thoughtfulman Jun 27, 2014 12:04 PM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Jun 29, 2014 7:27 AM Flag

    Perhaps you can answer your own question:

    1. Central banks are operated by the Earth’s wealthiest people who don’t want, and never will, people to be in control of their destinies, which a system of honest money would allow.
    2. National currencies are under the control of banks, worldwide. PMs are the honest alternative to fiat money. Those who control the money will NEVER voluntarily relinquish that power. Otherwise manipulation of the PM sector will continue downward.
    3. Government regulators will NEVER oppose lawbreaking in the form of moving markets in directions beneficial to them. Beware those who suggest the current advance is definitely the beginning of a return to a PM bull market. Overhead resistance on charts still has not broken through. Only then is there a reasonable chance that we can say PMs have begun their long awaited uptrend.
    4. Pay attention to what the charts are saying. They are the combined wisdom of the participants, even the criminal manipulators. For many months, even years, if you watch the PM spot market you will see a definite pattern that proves manipulation is going on in all world metals exchanges. It usually goes like this: down NYMEX at open, large increase from there into mid session. Downward from there gradually into London. Then back to the upward spike at the NYMEX open again.

  • hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Jul 26, 2014 10:28 PM Flag

    You don’t understand. They aren’t “buying” it. They are playing along with their own twist on how to rip off their populations. They’re all in it together to a certain extent. Only their populaton’s prosperity is at risk

  • hapiwondrer hapiwondrer May 27, 2014 12:20 PM Flag

    Grow up, sweetheart. Nobody likes a brat, no matter how pretty they are.

  • Reply to

    hey Hapiwondrer !! you dont run this site !!!

    by justjess101 May 22, 2014 8:45 AM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer May 22, 2014 12:16 PM Flag

    The case here’s we’ve got better things to do. How about you? You’re wasting a lot of time. Are you depending on Big Brother O’Bummer for your keep?


  • Reply to

    hey Hapiwondrer !! you dont run this site !!!

    by justjess101 May 22, 2014 8:45 AM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer May 22, 2014 10:03 AM Flag

    We thought we’d made clear what’s to like. What’s NOT to like from your perspective? SLW?

  • elitist (central bank management) neck stretching events (but not in the USA).

    However, do not discount the US political class springing to the “aid” of the international elitists.

    The anger in western countries is about to hit a tipping point. The realization that falling economies and the cover-up (urbanely known as “wagging the dog”) are transparent efforts to shift blame to “unforeseen” militancy by the “disenfranchised”, thus legitimizing the “but how could we have known” defense.

    See: “The Death Of Paper Money” by Ian Gordon

    Within is stated:

    In 1838, Mayer Amschel Rothschild, founder of the international banking dynasty, in a letter from London to Rothschild agents in New York wrote- "Let me issue and control a nation's money and I care not who makes its laws. The few who understand the system, will either be so interested from its profits or so dependent on its favors, that there will be no opposition from that class, while on the other hand, the great body of people mentally incapable of comprehending the tremendous advantage that capital derives from the system, will bear its burdens without complaint and perhaps without even suspecting that the system is inimical to their interests."

    Understanding of this statement is relevant to the tipping point where elitist control over financial systems is ending as currency wars intensify.

    Not today’s action in the spot gold market. Immediately on the NYCOMEX open gold surged from $1281 to $1292. What is sure to follow, as in the past, is a knock down to about the $1270 area. This playbook scenario has been repeated so often that it is becoming trite.

  • Reply to

    hey Hapiwondrer !! you dont run this site !!!

    by justjess101 May 22, 2014 8:45 AM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer May 22, 2014 9:46 AM Flag

    What a classy post you’ve made. We’re sure it is indicative of your surroundings. Maybe you’d like to explain what anything you wrote has to do with SLW for us of lesser gray-matter and assets. We’re all ears to learn your views on it and the economy.

    You’re not a Fed member, by any chance, are you? How about disclosing your membership in the Bilderberg Group? Or maybe you’ve got close ties to the CFR. It certainly seems you and Bill Clinton might have a lot in common. All of these seem to align with how you and they view the world and its people. Or maybe you’ve got family ties to the California Legislature or other government entities out there. They are all such public servants of high character, much like the other more “Progressive” political divisions such as Illinois, New York and Washington, DC.

    Matthew 7:20
    Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.

    These are all just guesses based on how you and they operate. All of these assumptions are based on your continuous interest in commodity markets, where it is a requirement to at least have sufficient funds to be aligned with any of the above, which your post history seems to indicate.

    Please do not delete this Topic of classic Shakespearean prose you’ve written, as it is truly a sign of the level of your superior intelligence, along with those to whom you identify. It is certain many others will agree with this (ahem) assessment and it will get an overwhelming “thumbs up” of agreement.

  • hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Jun 2, 2014 11:43 AM Flag

    Your demeanor doesn’t match your beauty. It seems you need a BIG FAT KISS to turn your life around pretty lady. Come back and post again after you’ve had the experience. It might cause a sea change with others who will also note that love is much more powerful than hate. If you think this is off topic; no, it really isn’t. Real riches come in many forms, excluding the paper based ones, of course.

    Remember! Don’t come back again until you’ve gotten a BIG FAT KISS.

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