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horacebello 86 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 17, 2014 12:04 PM Member since: May 1, 2009
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  • Reply to

    Gassy for sure

    by oldfolks95610 Feb 4, 2014 12:59 AM
    horacebello horacebello Feb 4, 2014 8:20 PM Flag

    From my standpoint, the writing is clearly on the wall for all to see. The elitist bankers and their puppet politicians are working in tandem to protect themselves at the expense of the public.

    I have been saying for quite some time that the reason the banks are not loaning much money out is because they need the money themselves. Financial requirements for first-time homebuyers are ridiculous compared to just six years ago.

    I have several friends who have been complaining that their 30-something children (with decent jobs and credit) can’t get any financing to buy their first homes. This is the sad reality for our young people in the new America.

    The American economy is in free fall. The economic recovery is a government fantasy supported by smoke-and-mirror data and politicians that tell nothing but lies.

    Are major bank runs in our near future? Are we marching closer and closer to when banks and governments have no choice but to exercise what they have already put into place for such an event?

    Unfortunately, I would have to conclude the answer is YES.

    All you can do is understand and prepare as best you can for what is unavoidably coming.
    #2

    (found this...is true?)
    Hola

  • Reply to

    Gassy for sure

    by oldfolks95610 Feb 4, 2014 12:59 AM
    horacebello horacebello Feb 4, 2014 8:19 PM Flag

    Banking Policies are Changing

    HSBC bank is now limiting withdrawals in both the United States and Britain.
    The bank recently admitted it has not informed customers of the change in policy, which allows it to deny customer withdrawals of cash from their own accounts. This policy was implemented in November of 2013.
    Dave Hodges of The Common Sense Show expressed his views regarding this development:
    This development at HSBC should raise red flags for everyone, not just HSBC customers, because in the same time frame, JP Morgan Chase announced an identical policy. As a result, many financial analysts are predicting a bank run in the near future and this is the primary strategy of the banks as they are obviously bracing for an economic collapse.
    This illegal withholding of bank customer funds is justified by Eric Leenders, the present head of retail at the British Bankers Association. Leenders states that the banks are just being sensible to ask questions as to what the money is for and then make a subsequent decision on whether to release the funds to the account holder.
    Leenders stated that "I can understand it's frustrating for customers. But if you are making the occasional large cash withdrawal, the bank wants to make sure it's the right way to make the payment." I would agree with Mr. Leenders in that the theft of customer money by a supposed trusted bank is indeed frustrating.
    Clearly, this momentum of evidence is all coming together very quickly and spells big trouble ahead. If
    the banks were on sound financial footing, account holders would not see any such restrictions. However, if you knew if a bank crash was coming, wouldn’t you make sure your bank was as liquid as possible?

    To the banks, being liquid and cautious in these perilous times means that the banks intend on making it
    very difficult for their customers to gain access to their money.
    These are the chest pains before the heart attack. Take your money out of the bank while you still can.

    #1

  • Reply to

    Quicky mart

    by oldfolks95610 Jan 31, 2014 7:12 PM
    horacebello horacebello Feb 3, 2014 9:08 AM Flag

    (anyone know when the Superbowl is played?
    Thought the date was February 2 but could not see any competition)

  • nice discount today..
    the best country is also a very risky one...
    Global 2017 paying 20%..etc etc..

    have a nice weekend

    South Cosmic Dust

  • horacebello by horacebello Jan 31, 2014 3:54 PM Flag

    According to Bloomberg , Boden 2015 in New York are decreasing 4.3% , since the rate of return increases to 19.1 % annual, the highest since June 2012. Meanwhile, the country risk of the bank JP Morgan , which measures the differential rate Treasuries U.S. with its emerging peers, came to settle @ 1,143 points for Argentina: means an increase of 75 units or 7 %.

    Buenos Aires Stock Exchange:
    Bonar X and Boden 2015 bonds the two most used for operative " bonus dollar " (D ) and " cash -settled " (C ) recorded increases their prices in pesos, but lowering the dollar bonds.

    Bonar X added 0.2 % to 916 pesos , but its kind " D" (dollar) fell 3.5% to $ 82 and the " C" was down 1.9 % to $ 78, while the Boden 2015 advanced 1.6% 1,058 pesos but fell 3.9 % to $ 87 , 50 in its " C" and 2.1 % to $ 93 in case of the "D"(dollar).

    Internal rate return ( IRR) of Bonar X reaches 16.4% annually in USD , the Global 2017 paying an IRR = 20 % in USD , Boden 2015 , 13.9 %, Discount bonds in USD under NY legislation 15.5 % per annum and BP15 bond issued by Buenos Aires province , due 2015 pays 21.4 % annually.

    The operative known as " cash -settled " for that $ dodging exchange restrictions are achieved through local purchases of assets for resale , averaged a $ 11.99 per USD (the sick woman and our empty Central bank selling @ 9,6)

    Hola
    (polishing the new convert)

  • Reply to

    Master Hola...

    by horacebello Jan 17, 2014 6:19 PM
    horacebello horacebello Jan 31, 2014 3:41 PM Flag

    Masters:

    as predicted a year ago, you have BODEN 2015 in New York ("would could should" be paid september 2015...) going down 4% today = means 19,2% annual in USD..

    Bonding Hola

  • Reply to

    Master Hola...

    by horacebello Jan 17, 2014 6:19 PM
    horacebello horacebello Jan 31, 2014 1:15 PM Flag

    Masters:
    JA!!!!
    new convert done!!!!
    Champagne for the board!!!!
    And rainy day for all California!!!! : talking with the best southern witches to get some water there
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    This time bet too much because my friend Ben worked by me.
    Now it's time to call him during the weekend having the last two questions.
    1) Ben can stay @ FED as a director, or 'll help from another place?
    2) Looking for Mrs Yellen phone number (her house and her iphone: both) to ask everything when don't understand or need some support.

    FOREX Hola

    (today starting yo buy argentine bonds BODEN 2014 : above 17% , paying coupon at the end of march and all the rest of the money finishing september )

  • Reply to

    YPF means...

    by horacebello Jan 29, 2014 1:43 PM
    horacebello horacebello Jan 31, 2014 9:17 AM Flag

    Yesterday a lot of rumors, just rumors about YPF would authorize a gas increase around 20% for the weekend.

    Today the information -now more than a rumor- is exactly the opposite: the stupid Marxist intends to maintain the same price until March.

    kaput YPF...wait the stock below $20

    SCD

  • Reply to

    YPF

    by horacebello Jan 29, 2014 1:34 PM
    horacebello horacebello Jan 31, 2014 9:14 AM Flag

    Yesterday a lot of rumors, just rumors about YPF would authorize a gas increase around 20% for the weekend.

    Today the information -now more than a rumor- is exactly the opposite: the stupid Marxist intends to maintain the same price until March.

    kaput YPF...wait the stock below $20

    Hola

  • Reply to

    YPF means...

    by horacebello Jan 29, 2014 1:43 PM
    horacebello horacebello Jan 30, 2014 8:46 AM Flag

    rumors..just rumors...
    a lot of rumors predicting our gas increasing 20% next weekend...the coming Sunday
    Should be but never at the same time

    If that happens, we may watch YPF climbing 15% in a day..or more
    Let's see today and tomorrow

    SCD

  • horacebello by horacebello Jan 29, 2014 1:43 PM Flag

    ...the greatest volatility in coming days.
    More details @ LZAGY

    SCD

  • horacebello by horacebello Jan 29, 2014 1:34 PM Flag

    Our economy Minister is a young stupid pedant Marxist specialized in history of economics. He never pay a salary from his pocket and much less could manage or control any company.

    This kind of idiots have been chosen by our sick thief president.

    Argentina has too much energy and oil within our own border but all prices are subsidized, so we are importing energy paying international prices without dollars at the central bank.
    How much?   Around 60 million daily.

    The devaluation of the last week was a soft one and didn't reaches a comfortable level, while the stupid Marxist is denying to increase the gas price.
    Mr Galluccio ( YPF's CEO and one of the best professional around the planet specialized in mainstream) demands a better price but...nothing for the moment..you know... means more inflation so...

    These stupids should be obligated to continue devaluing and shall be obliged to increase more than 15% the gas and the propane to sustain imports.

    If we keep this problem another ten days we may watch YPF stock below $ 20.
    YPF = the greatest volatility in coming days/weeks.

    Hola

  • Reply to

    Hola - EDUcate me

    by naturalpastime Jan 28, 2014 4:01 PM
    horacebello horacebello Jan 29, 2014 12:20 PM Flag

    even today EZPW volume could exceed its historic maximum

    Hola
    (don't know nor can define if we are watching a fuqy short squeeze)

  • Reply to

    Hola - EDUcate me

    by naturalpastime Jan 28, 2014 4:01 PM
    horacebello horacebello Jan 29, 2014 12:10 PM Flag

    Ok Master Nat, 10% is a nice gain but...
    waiting this week for my friend Ben reducing the bond purchases another 10 billions
    so...
    following the euro/dollar relationship every night to get a new convert

    EZPW showed their last Q yesterday,(bought @ 15,8 ...) and today that chart looks better than EDU.
    They also promised a good year on the CC
    May be adding to improve the average

    Hola

  • Reply to

    One of my dearest has gone

    by horacebello Jan 28, 2014 11:39 AM
    horacebello horacebello Jan 29, 2014 9:51 AM Flag

    you must remember all the Argentinians think and operate in USD.
    SCD

  • Reply to

    One of my dearest has gone

    by horacebello Jan 28, 2014 11:39 AM
    horacebello horacebello Jan 29, 2014 9:45 AM Flag

    Don:

    Argentine with savings represent 35% (we are 42 million) and a lot of them remain being undervalued middle class that has learned how to keep their money far from our governments. This territory is one of the most rich and vast.

    These Argentinians having between 170 and 200 billion overseas.
    Again and again populism has destroyed savings and the taxes money.

    Right now our central bank has 28/29 billion as follow:
    6/7 billions from savers who still keep their dollars inside our banking system.
    10 billion in phys gold
    12 billion dollars

    Argentinians have suffered a devaluation of thirteen zeros between 1970 and 1992.
    (You read well : 13 zeros!!!)

    Summarizing:
    wetheargentinepeople, those who work and love this country, want this infamous thief and psychiatrically unstable woman to leave the power before exploding again.

    SCD

  • Reply to

    Mr Pete Seeger

    by horacebello Jan 28, 2014 7:32 AM
    horacebello horacebello Jan 28, 2014 12:39 PM Flag

    a tiny miracle just happened
    one more in this magic continent
    few minutes ago a call advising has arrived the candies, oregano, thyme, mushrooms and lavender from Hola's Epuyen farm (40 km to the south from El Bolson)

    Now having the best excuse to leave the day, knowing our south with its flowers never have gone: a Pete's mandate,

    see you all the time by the flowers

    kiss to River and all Master Old's grandchildren

  • Reply to

    Mr Pete Seeger

    by horacebello Jan 28, 2014 7:32 AM
    horacebello horacebello Jan 28, 2014 12:07 PM Flag

    annoying day to work .
    how to do well when one of our family dies?
    MR Pete Seeger belongs to that class of people who remains inside us forever.
    one of the few.
    holy s##@@%t .. ^no dark glasses, and the day seems to last the same as others.
    that anger
    how many hours have these days?

  • horacebello by horacebello Jan 28, 2014 11:39 AM Flag

    Where have all the flowers gone, long time passing?
    Where have all the flowers gone, long time ago?
    Where have all the flowers gone?
    Young girls have picked them everyone.
    Oh, when will they ever learn?
    Oh, when will they ever learn?

    Where have all the young girls gone, long time passing?
    Where have all the young girls gone, long time ago?
    Where have all the young girls gone?
    Gone for husbands everyone.
    Oh, when will they ever learn?
    Oh, when will they ever learn?

    Where have all the husbands gone, long time passing?
    Where have all the husbands gone, long time ago?
    Where have all the husbands gone?
    Gone for soldiers everyone
    Oh, when will they ever learn?
    Oh, when will they ever learn?

    Where have all the soldiers gone, long time passing?
    Where have all the soldiers gone, long time ago?
    Where have all the soldiers gone?
    Gone to graveyards, everyone.
    Oh, when will they ever learn?
    Oh, when will they ever learn?

    Where have all the graveyards gone, long time passing?
    Where have all the graveyards gone, long time ago?
    Where have all the graveyards gone?
    Gone to flowers, everyone.
    Oh, when will they ever learn?
    Oh, when will they ever learn?

    Where have all the flowers gone, long time passing?
    Where have all the flowers gone, long time ago?
    Where have all the flowers gone?
    Young girls have picked them everyone.
    Oh, when will they ever learn?
    Oh, when will they ever learn?

    SCD
    (bad day to work. A very sad one. Thanks and peace Pete)

  • horacebello by horacebello Jan 28, 2014 11:21 AM Flag

    @ $ 6,40: 60% in two months it's incredible for me.
    Hola

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