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  • jj719903 jj719903 Jan 2, 2015 3:17 PM Flag

    Armstrong in August 24 2013

    "Whenever markets peak, immediately thereafter, the human emotions involved are in a state of denial. The gold promoters have thrown everything from fiat to systemic manipulation as the reason why they are right yet the market moves against them"

    Will they Hang Bankers Again on Wall Street?... December 21, 2014 by Martin Armstrong

    What's your point? Armstrong still thinks it's ok for bankers to covet their neighbors goods. Usary is a good thing, but they ruined the economy....Duh!

    Throw up a date and the model can match something to it.

    There is no manipulation? All you had to do was look at the Dow futures this morning. Plunge protection team and ESF are there for looks only? The BIS doesn't control anything?

    The only market that is not manipulated is PM's.

    Not one of you hired hands has disputed....The Biggest Scam In The History Of Mankind - Hidden Secrets of Money 4 | Mike Maloney

    Talk all the BS you want to.

  • jj719903 jj719903 Jan 2, 2015 11:21 AM Flag

    Will they Hang Bankers Again on Wall Street?... December 21, 2014 by Martin Armstrong

    Bull...he is coming out with the movie the Forecaster....should be great timing for the downturn 2016 - 2020. All the evidence that was destroyed in building 7 and the real story of what goes on behind the curtain. It will be nice to see it finally pulled back. You know the politicos are going to blame the bankers with the rest of the world.

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    doft.nacht 2200 posts in 1 month

    by guinto86 Dec 31, 2014 10:13 AM
    jj719903 jj719903 Jan 2, 2015 8:34 AM Flag

    .I am a trading GENIUS whose near perfect calls these past three years have made me into a living GOD in the eyes of friends and family, which is a lot more than you can say about most of the rare earth/wall street sleazesters, whose dysfunctional families and imaginary friends DESPISE them.

    So you work for goldman S-cks?

    Wall Street Heathens: How Their Greed And Gambling Became The Axe Of Statist Policy
    Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/01/2015 - 19:15

    Goldman head Lloyd Blankfein was completely wrong when he declared his firm was doing “god’s work”. That couldn’t be. In fact, Goldman and its principal competitors have become nothing less than the devils workshop during the modern era of Keynesian central banking instigated by Alan Greenspan. Greenspan’s “committee to save the world” did no such thing. What it did was bury the American middle class in debt, while massively outsourcing US goods production capacity to China and elsewhere in the EM.

  • Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/01/2015 - 19:15

    Goldman head Lloyd Blankfein was completely wrong when he declared his firm was doing “god’s work”. That couldn’t be. In fact, Goldman and its principal competitors have become nothing less than the devils workshop during the modern era of Keynesian central banking instigated by Alan Greenspan. Greenspan’s “committee to save the world” did no such thing. What it did was bury the American middle class in debt, while massively outsourcing US goods production capacity to China and elsewhere in the EM.

  • jj719903 jj719903 Jan 1, 2015 8:19 PM Flag

    The Biggest Scam In The History Of Mankind - Hidden Secrets of Money 4 | Mike Maloney

    2.8 million you tube views

  • Will they Hang Bankers Again on Wall Street?... December 21, 2014 by Martin Armstrong
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    Zero Hedge
    Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/01/2015 - 16:45

    After years of being blocked by Democratic leader Harry Reid, The Washington Times reports, the Senate will finally get a chance next year to vote on legislation to force a broad audit of the Federal Reserve's decision-making. Ron Paul's flagship legislative efforts have been picked up by his son and now has the backing of the leader of the new Republican majority, Sen. Mitch McConnell, whose office says the legislation will earn a floor vote. While the bill is not a sure thing, it appears to have The Fed worried as Reuters reports, Yellen and other Fed officials are lobbying Capitol Hill to drop the audit push.

    As The Washington Times reports,

    After years of being blocked by Democratic leader Harry Reid, the Senate will finally get a chance next year to vote on legislation to force a broad audit of the Federal Reserve's decision-making.

    Once championed in Congress by former Rep. Ron Paul, the push to force the country's central bank to undergo a full audit has been picked up by his son, Sen. Rand Paul, and others, and has the backing of the leader of the new Republican majority, Sen. Mitch McConnell, Kentucky Republican, whose office says the legislation will earn a floor vote.

  • jj719903 jj719903 Jan 1, 2015 1:33 PM Flag

    The US and UK made a big mistake in the early twentieth Century, by not capturing Saudi Arabia as a territory. Imagine the difference today, had that been so.

    Saudi Arabia Beheads 87 In 2014, Up Over 10% From 2013

    Submitted by Tyler Durden on 12/31/2014 21:50 -0500

    It was a good year for those long 'beheadings'. After a solid 79 head-removals in 2013, 2014 surged 10% higher with a recent record 87 beheadings overall (following a surge since August for crimes such as "drug smuggling, witchcraft, or sorcery"). The 'State' responsible for all these executions... not ISIS, but US ally, Saudi Arabia...Zero Hedge
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    US Bankers ruin the global economy and get paid a bonus with no jail time, while the Saudi's behead pot heads..???

  • SIMON HENDERSON DEC. 31, 2014, 1:53 PM

    The death or incapacity of King Abdullah will exacerbate tensions within the royal family over who should replace him.

    The official announcement that King Abdullah had been taken into a Riyadh hospital "to undergo some medical checkups" suggests serious concern about the health of the ninety-one-year-old monarch because he is assumed to have excellent medical facilities in his own palaces.

    Clearly overweight, he has previously been reported to have back problems, assumed to be responsible for his difficulty standing and thus his need for a walker. Unreported problems are thought to include the consequences of years of heavy smoking.

    continued...business insider

  • jj719903 jj719903 Dec 31, 2014 8:27 PM Flag

    GDCRF - GCU.V is sitting on 5moz @ 10 cents. A big holder ran into financial problems and had to off load about 12m shares. IAG & PVG would be nice.

  • By Turd Ferguson | Wednesday, December 31, 2014 at 2:26 pm

    As we wrap 2014 and head into 2015, what better time to hear again from our old friend, The Golden Jackass himself, Jim Willie.

    Just an apology before we get started. Jim and I are both on vacation and away from our usual recording spots. There were a number of signal interruptions as we recorded so I had to take the unusual step of splicing and dicing the interview together. Thus, you're certain to notice that the podcast jumps around a bit. I think overall message still seeps through, however, and that this interview is worthy of your time and attention.

    Happy New Year everyone! I look forward to a very interesting 2015...

    TF

  • It's amazing how the ESF paper ponzi game works for the year end price.

    Dec 30, 2014 - 12:18 PM GMT Ian Walker

    Lending rates for gold for forward delivery have remained largely in backwardation as physical demand in Asia expands at weaker prices, which are subdued in the wake of the festive season.

    Spot gold, which is now hovering around a price of $1,185 per ounce, has found support from a spike in physical demand in China before the end of the calendar year, with premiums on the Shanghai Gold Exchange climbing to $5-6 over spot prices from lows of $1-2 at the start of December.

    While current premiums are dropping slightly, uptake on the cheaper price still remains, suggesting that China’s sensitivity to the gold price is still strong.

    Further take-up may also be seen during the first few weeks of 2015 on buying ahead of the Chinese New Year in February, an auspicious period to purchase gold.

    For the week ending December 19, gold delivered from SGE vaults reached its highest in nearly a year at 61.6 tonnes, bringing the overall year-to-date figure up to 2,016 tonnes.

    more at bulliondesk

  • December 31, 2014: 08:58 AM ET

    Tanzanian Royalty Exploration Corporation (TSX:TNX)(NYSE MKT:TRX) is pleased to announce that Marco Guidi has been promoted to Chief Financial Officer of the Company. Mr. Guidi, a Chartered Accountant with both large and boutique accounting firm experience, has provided Corporate Controller accounting and other financial services to the Company for several years and is very familiar with its financial processes and controls. Mr. Guidi is well respected within the accounting industry and has existing working relationships with all of the Company's independent accounting advisors, auditors and tax advisers. The Company welcomes Marco to its senior management team.
    Steven van Tongeren, the Company's departing CFO, unfortunately had to resign his position as a result of urgent family matters requiring his attention. Steve has been a valued member of the Tanzanian Royalty management team since February 22, 2011, and the Company wishes him all the best in his new endeavours. The Company is very pleased that Steve has agreed to assist the Company on a part-time consulting basis going forward.
    Respectfully submitted,
    Joseph K. Kahama, Chairman and Chief Operating Officer (Tanzania)

  • Reply to

    "Peak Gold Production" Hits In 2015

    by jj719903 Dec 30, 2014 9:43 PM
    jj719903 jj719903 Dec 31, 2014 9:16 AM Flag

    Yeah, the peak theories usually get smoked by technology, so that's BS. But, a production slowdown or stoppage is predictable, one thing that surprises me is that there hasn't been more aggressive activity in acquisitions.

    Bull...the real BS, is the banks and the fractional reserve gold paper ponzi scheme. Low cost production and M&A activity should be a key factor in metals and the oil patch this next year. Most of the producers are too dumb to figure out what is going on in the futures market.

  • Low cost producers will be looking good going forward. Will the industry do something about the gold paper ponzi scheme, as mentioned in the article?

    Submitted by Tyler Durden on 12/30/2014 16:31 -0500

    Several days ago we reported that as a result of persistently lower gold prices, driven down by a seemingly endless supply of paper gold (in the form of ETF selling and Bank of International Settlement "price discovery") offsetting a seemingly unbridled appetite for physical gold, not only is one of the biggest marginal suppliers of gold - Chinese producers - about to take an extended hiatus, but first one and then many "developed" gold miners are about to throw in the towel.

    As UBS' Shanghai analyst Lin Haoxiang said, "Falling prices are cutting into some high-cost private mines in China, while some big miners chose to reduce costs by reducing jobs and capital investments." As for the North American gold miner defaults, they have already started with Canada's San Gold warning its creditors it is about to stuff them with a lot of unrepayable paper.

    However the unwind plays out, it is becoming increasingly clear that just as the crude oil market is set for some violent times ahead as producers lock into the defection phase of the Prisoner's Dilemma and flood the market with supply in an attempt to crush the weakest competition, so the gold market is set for many upheavals, the first of which, however, may be what Goldcorp defined in a recent slideshow as Peak Gold.

    The only difference is that Goldcorp does not look at it from the perspective of Game Theory, where it is every miner (and their balance sheet) for themselves, but as a function of a 20 year lead-in development time following the period of peak gold discovery which took place in 1995. End result: "Gold market forecasters are expecting peak production in ~2015."

    Continued at Zero Hedge

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