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hapiwondrer 5 posts  |  Last Activity: Dec 13, 2014 12:17 AM Member since: Sep 25, 2010
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    What a piece of trash!!!

    by ggray1956 Dec 11, 2014 1:57 PM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Dec 13, 2014 12:17 AM Flag

    When you speak of “trash” it is more likely the “trash” exists within the central banks. It is becoming overtly obvious that since central banks worldwide control fiat currencies, which are the only currently available legal mediums of exchange, generally speaking, that they can run everything in the precious metal sector into the ground, at which point they (central banks) can pick up the pieces and keep all things PM related out of the hands of the public.

    In such a scenario, where total control to manipulate exists, it is better to wait till they’ve overplayed their hand, as is so typical of those of unbridled greed. No one should put a penny into PMs until they’ve obviously turned the corner, which includes all things related and derivative, which includes PM mining companies. The DJIA today lost over 315 points. When it is generally recognized to be in a downtrend is when serious consideration to PM mining companies should start to attract interest. In the meantime, if some out there feel their money is burning a hole in their pockets, there is always the physical market.

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    China and India are loving these low prices!

    by ajax9999 Sep 26, 2014 8:58 AM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Sep 26, 2014 9:16 AM Flag

    Yes and I’ll bet they aren’t hearing on their news sources about gold (and silver) being barbarous relics. Most of the sheeple in this country won’t get it until it’s too late.

  • 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

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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

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    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.

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