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Well ya’ll got a special social conditioning experiment out of Philly..

Posted by macroman3 @ 23:55 on October 9, 2014  

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-10-09/coming-airplane-near-you?page=4

Web Bots forecast notes on EBOLA

Posted by Maya @ 23:15 on October 9, 2014  

Clif High has publicly posted some important notes and data observations that incicate just how bad the Ebola panic can become in the coming month and coming winter.   He does this when he feels the information is important enough to mankind that everyone should have access to what he knows.  It’s chilling.

http://www.halfpasthuman.com/

Read down the page to the

perpetuo autem…. in the ever present now…

the data is current… only a few days old… and shows immediate effects coming as early as 10/20/14 and ongoing.

 

Shout Out Augirl: Entre Dos Aquas

Posted by winedoc @ 20:54 on October 9, 2014  

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XTFh0OYh-cI

Paco andLarry ain’t crotch grabbing or twerking

Evening Friends

Winedoc

“we may have to vaccinate whole countries”

Posted by silverngold @ 20:43 on October 9, 2014  

http://www.thedailysheeple.com/nih-we-may-have-to-vaccinate-whole-countries-to-stop-ebola-outbreak_102014

Maddog @ 14:57

Posted by Scruffy @ 20:27 on October 9, 2014  

I agree.  Trader Dan is blind or paid of. The evidence is overwhelming, of an intentional heavy handed control of the paper market. This is supported by the insane acceptance of letting the paper trades set the price of the metals.

 

I don’t give TD any credibility no matter what he says. He seems to make things up as he goes along when he tries to deny manipulation. Sold out? bought off? Stupid?  Makes no difference.

Corbett Report – Interview 951 – Inverting the Federal Reserve Pyramid

Posted by silverngold @ 20:06 on October 9, 2014  

We all know the bad news: the Federal Reserve Act was passed by Congress in 1913 as the capstone to the banksters’ financial pyramid. Now fewer and fewer cronies own a greater and greater share of th……….

http://www.corbettreport.com/interview-951-inverting-the-federal-reserve-pyramid/

Corbett Report – Interview 950 – Geneva Business Insider with David Smith

Posted by silverngold @ 19:57 on October 9, 2014  

Each month James is joined by David Smith of the Geneva Business Insider to discuss the latest breaking stories in politics, finance and society. This month they tackle: Libya’s sovereign wealth fund

President OBOLA

Posted by Ororeef @ 18:05 on October 9, 2014  

will be his legacy !

Please book mark these links for real world quotes-this is from Murph tonight

Posted by Richard640 @ 17:56 on October 9, 2014  

This link, which I will provide at the end of this message, allows us to see instantly how much REAL people are paying for REAL silver–on eBay.

The cabal may now drive the silver price to whatever ridiculous figure it chooses – – even below $10 per ounce would not surprise me. But using the link provided below, you will see very quickly that, apart from dealers who have grown complacent with the current system, almost no one is being suckered by these false prices on the American metals exchanges any longer. Even back in 2008, during the bankster created financial crisis, no dealer or individual that I could locate was willing to sell silver anywhere near the approximately $8 per ounce it was artificially driven to on the spot price. In fact, I remember seeing premiums above $5 an ounce over spot price at that time, because dealers are generally not stupid and realized that they could never replace their inventory for the cartoon prices that were being reflected on the CRIMEX back then.

Okay, enough talk. Here’s the link I promised, along with an abbreviated one which SHOULD generally work just as well. Hope they work for most of your readers and that all silver investors will pass them along to their fellow precious metals investors.

http://www.24hgold.com/english/buy_sell_silver_coins.aspx?co_id=0#tablecountry5

Or this one:

http://tinyurl.com/lh3oasj

Historic things are happening now, and no sleazy trick will be overlooked by the criminals if there is a possibility for them to continue The Great Financial Scam a little longer. We should probably be prepared for anything. Incidentally, in closing, I would just like to emphasize that I am not one of those bunker mentality folks who is hoping for the complete collapse of the United States dollar. That, although guaranteed to happen eventually, is an insane death wish and would probably not benefit anybody. Like you and the other folks at GATA, I merely desire to see a legitimately free market again, in which case silver’s true value would be recognized very quickly because of its relative scarcity above ground and its finite supply below ground.

Maddog @ 14:57 Farmer’s Between Rock and Hard Place Around Here…

Posted by Farmboy @ 16:24 on October 9, 2014  

“Between 2002 and 2008, fuel and fertilizer prices rose sharply, thereby contributing to substantially higher total farm energy-intensive input costs. During this time, inflation-adjusted annual average prices paid by farmers for fuel (including diesel, gasoline/ gasohol, and liquefied petroleum) rose by 182 percent, and annual average prices paid by farmers for mixed fertilizers (nitrogen, phosphate, and potash) increased by 202 percent. Across all farms, fertilizer and fuel costs averaged 12 percent of production expenses. For corn, soybean, wheat, and cotton farms, however, fertilizer and fuel costs averaged more than 20 percent of total expenses. Consequently, steep increases in energy-related costs have had a greater impact on farms producing these four crops.”

 

http://www.ers.usda.gov/amber-waves/2011-march/farmers-develop-strategies.aspx#.VDbsArd0xdg

 

Add to those costs increases in taxes, medical care, equipment costs, etc. I figure in another  5-10 years, the ‘local farmer’ will be priced out of existence. Welcome to the brave new world.

Countertrends Can’t Over Ride Basic Long Term Fundamental Trends

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 15:06 on October 9, 2014  

Trader Dan,
re your part:
Central Bankers are very good at moving their currencies by talking them down or talking them up, but IF the movement is AGAINST the primary trend, which is driven by fundamentals, the countertrend move will not have any staying power. It takes a shift in the fundamentals and that means a shift in policies.

Comment:
Agreed 100%. But in a major long term view. My hobby has been guessing the future regarding money and the economy since the 1970s. Many of my “guesses” or predictions have been falling into place.

Fundamentally, globalization was a big mistake, and 9/11/01 was a big sucker punch that started a reversal of globalization. The entire global economy is in a reversal “transition” from trends that started after WW II. They attacked during an economy and market dot.com slowdown that peaked started down after March ’00. They waited until 9/11/01.

Because of the attack, the central planners, to avoid an economic collapse, and NOT give satisfaction to the attackers, they dropped rates (manipulated) down to zero, with no documentation liar loans, and created a real estate and “home depot” BOOM to over ride and delay that collapse, until real estate finally peaked and crashed in 2007-8.

TPTB have been “winging it” since ’01. I’m optimistic for the USA future, simply because the old ways are no longer sustainable. The ways that killed our old high living standards of the ’45-’75 era when 40 hours a week at any menial job was adequate to live good. These days? Its 80-100 hours needed. Both spouses employed instead of just one.

Re Trader Dan

Posted by Maddog @ 14:57 on October 9, 2014  

What he must address is who is it that keeps selling vast quantities of futures kamikaze style, invariably at times when the mkt is thinest.

No sane person would do this once, let alone day in day out, for months on end, unless they were trying to drive prices lower. He can’t deny it happens, as it clearly does.

 

Ps talked to a number of farmers last night, all very worried about low prices.  Commodities have to hold here and start back up.

 

PPs PPT must be shitting bricks, as they have to buy all offers down here.

What Was Yesterday All About? A Big Panic Short Covering Rally??

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:40 on October 9, 2014  

60 People Locked In Building After 4 Suspected Ebola Cases Near Paris

Posted by ipso facto @ 14:35 on October 9, 2014  

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-10-09/60-people-locked-building-after-4-suspected-ebola-cases-near-paris

???????Amazon To Open A Brick And Morter Store???????

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:31 on October 9, 2014  

There ya go. Another reversal.

that pesky global worming!

Posted by WANKA @ 14:15 on October 9, 2014  

September Snow Cover Was Highest On Record In North America

 

You better start looking for that wide spot in the road to turn around … Janet

Posted by ipso facto @ 14:00 on October 9, 2014  

Be interesting to see what a $10 or $20 pop in gold would do for the shares.

hater Dan ..

Posted by pgr2.45 @ 13:33 on October 9, 2014  

.. reminds me of an atheist

spends all his time complaining about something he doesn’t believe in.

well, I don’t believe in atheists. ha!

god_does_not_believe_in_atheists.jpg

OK Danny Boy

Posted by Portugeezer @ 13:28 on October 9, 2014  

You say:  The ETF is now down 36.14 tons since the beginning of the year. For those who are bullish on gold, that is not an encouraging sign. One wants to see the reported holdings climbing on rallies, not shrinking.

No Dannu, I want to see the big boys going for physical Gold, and dumping the paper.

I am a Gold believer, perhaps not a bug, but that’s my story etc…

Who do you think is taking out this Gold, Dannu?

Is not Joe 6 pack!

Perhaps this big guys are getting their hands on this physical Gold while that can, at this low price.

Why do you think they bought into the fund?  (Of course it could just be JPM surreptitiously buying up the physical).

But now I’m a conspiracy theorist as well!!

Regards, Rich

 

Trader Dan steps up to the plate

Posted by Richard640 @ 12:53 on October 9, 2014  

GLD, actually LOST gold yesterday

When it comes to gold – just like yesterday when we had to give respect to the big rally in the mining shares, so today we must give respect to the fact that the miners are sinking once more. The HUI is off over 4% with the junior-laden GDXJ getting pummeled once more as it is off more than 5.5% as I type up these comments.

Also, as one of our regular posters noted ( we are all watching that now) the big gold ETF, GLD, actually LOST gold yesterday – almost 5.5 tons to be precise. Apparently those in that vehicle used the big rally yesterday to get out. The ETF is now down 36.14 tons since the beginning of the year. For those who are bullish on gold, that is not an encouraging sign. One wants to see the reported holdings climbing on rallies, not shrinking.

I am noticing that silver is having trouble holding its gains above the key chart resistance level near $17.50. It managed to push past that level earlier in the session ( failing to make it as far as more formidable overhead resistance near $18.00) but has since fallen back. Copper is continuing to hold above $3.00 which is helping silver but with the Goldman Sachs Commodity Index continuing to swoon, one has to be skeptical about the extent of any upward moves in these metals continuing much further.

http://www.traderdannorcini.blogspot.com

A good sign=gold is still UP a few bucks in spite of stocks down hard…

Posted by Richard640 @ 12:49 on October 9, 2014  

Today on Wall St

Posted by commish @ 12:44 on October 9, 2014  

7ea9c0bdad

WHIPSAW CITY

Posted by North @ 12:34 on October 9, 2014  

Jack be nimble, Jack be quick etc The give back by the stock mkt is ominous-

Posted by Richard640 @ 12:06 on October 9, 2014  

JNUG down 18% while gold is still up 2 or 3 bucks over yesterdays 5:15 close means JNUG is a possible buy as I write…this pick up in volatility means what exactly for gold?? Something positive??

The $ higher after the FED “don’t” want it to be?? Stocks down?? Pushin on a string!

Lunch Break, with Bruce Guthro ……. Little music …….. “Down on Ivey’s Wall” …….. Feels like Hanging Out at the Oasis is Kinda like that …….

Posted by winedoc @ 11:54 on October 9, 2014  

Ivey’s  Wall is across from the power plant in Trenton Nova Scotia.

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Winedoc

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