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latitude48 7 posts  |  Last Activity: 11 hours ago Member since: Oct 31, 2011
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  • latitude48 latitude48 11 hours ago Flag

    Forget about your silly 'tinfoilhat' opinions and do some 'Out of The Box' thinking instead.

  • latitude48 latitude48 11 hours ago Flag

    It makes sense ...the Ukrainian fascists that stole victory over a corrupt dictator from the people, and w help from Anglo/UK/U$ interests [a verifyable fact], shot down an airplane full of civillians, so they can blame it on Putin, the Russians or the 'separatists' and then use this crime to #1.inflame public opinion vs Russia PLUS #2. use it later as a pretense that 'something must be done' [false flag incident].
    This works too well on the braindead majority, who unquestioningly accepts M$media's 'official story'

  • latitude48 latitude48 Jul 11, 2014 11:55 AM Flag

    Otto 'predicted'in June that this market would crash... Instead it's up over 20%,
    However, Otto feels very strongly that he's right. In psychiatry, there's a term for that..
    Ever thought of 'running for office', Otto?

  • latitude48 latitude48 Jul 9, 2014 11:26 AM Flag

    In spite of your 'best efforts', it seems you're powerless to adversely influence the action in p.m mining stocks / the sector. Your motivation seems a bit transparent, however entertaining to read.

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    Euphoric new highs...

    by latitude48 Jul 2, 2014 4:15 PM
    latitude48 latitude48 Jul 8, 2014 5:13 PM Flag

    So, what's your problem? You seem to have an axe to grind against p.m mining stocks and those trading them. Technicals for the sector are looking very promising for a big upside breakout, #$%$

  • latitude48 by latitude48 Jul 2, 2014 4:15 PM Flag

    Armed w only technicals instead of a crystal ball, it seems p.m stocks are suffering from rising production costs on hand, supressed prices of physical on the other? Therefore, some producers might fail/others scale back operations, creating potential for a change in the Supply vs Demand Balance, causing it to return in favor of physical as well as remaining miners, in spite of any market manipulation. Regardless of proven traditions, what could dampen this dynamic, could be the threat of a super-imposed 1 world [electronic] currency / methods of confiscation. Seemingly, this would be preceded by an economic collapse, during which paper assets will prove as before, mostly worthless. Happy trading...

  • latitude48 by latitude48 May 1, 2014 1:26 PM Flag

    'The Emperor has NO cllothes', as indicated by circumstantial and [f]actual evidence that we've been deceived by the sociopaths and criminal minds running this show! They ARE the Actors and we're in 'their Theater'...so they led us to Believe, and therefore We-the-Ppl, the 99% are going to have to PAY. #1. pay for their actions and #2. pay for our Indifference and Apathy to allow this charade to continue for over a century!
    Are the vaults EMPTY @ Ft Knox? NO audits allowed! Germany's request for a return of its Au, rejected...
    JPM again, formerly the largest short in Ag, now said to be the largest hoarder of American Eagles, in short supply? On 07/24 the PRC, a steady importer & producer of Au, will be reporting its p.m. reserves and the World will do the Math an perhaps deduce that U$Inc's vaults must be empty? Oops! We can speculate on what THE implications of that will be: lo$$ of confidence, hyperinflation, another planned 'Economic Reset', Gov. 'officials' deciding to 'retire' to Paraguay, etc. or UN/FEMA 'maintaining order' on Main St, whatever ... IS this conspiracy theory? Is there any controversy? One could call it Coincidence Theory, and we might be lucky...

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