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wanka,

Posted by treefrog @ 23:11 on August 28, 2015  

looks like you get it sunday, i get it wednesdy

 

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/graphics_at5+shtml/210014.shtml?5-daynl

A Healthy Trend

Posted by ipso facto @ 17:06 on August 28, 2015  

Silver-ETF-Build-vs-Coin-Bar-Investment

more http://srsroccoreport.com/must-see-chart-something-quite-interesting-happened-in-the-silver-market/must-see-chart-something-quite-interesting-happened-in-the-silver-market/

COTR fwiw … commercials adding to gold shorts

Posted by ipso facto @ 15:58 on August 28, 2015  

http://www.cftc.gov/dea/futures/deacmxlf.htm

Mr.Copper

Posted by ipso facto @ 12:53 on August 28, 2015  

Gee I wonder if “asset purchases” would benefit the 1%?

Ipso 10:30

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 12:17 on August 28, 2015  

re The Fed should use its asset-purchase tools.

Comment:
These buffoons would be better off just giving the money in weekly paychecks to people earning under $30,000 a year. They would spend it. Or give it to people with big credit card balances to pay down the debt.

Another option, my favorite, put $100 bills in with the circulars, rubber stamp them: “Not to be deposited, saved or invested, for spending only” and put an expiration date on them.
Production of goods is so efficient with robotics etc, TPTB will NEED all the under paid and high debt people.

There is talk lately that the gov’t will eventually have to just give people a minimum weekly salary.

A made a post many years ago about….What if one man had a machine that produced all our needs. WE could all retire.

Posted by Auandag @ 12:17 on August 28, 2015  

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Linux Ubuntu new SPY terms just like the Video GAL said yesterday

Posted by Ororeef @ 11:42 on August 28, 2015  

They log your keystrokes,sell your info ,but so generously allow you to opt out if you bother to read the terms

This is the SAME policy that WINDOWS 10 implimented

YOU THOUGHT WINDOWS 10 WAS FREE ?  …… BEWARE OF GEEKS BEARING GIFTS   !

 

 

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WANKA @ 10:34

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 11:16 on August 28, 2015  

Roger that. He once e-mailed me way back that I had 5,000 followers/

Not a surprise

Posted by ipso facto @ 11:08 on August 28, 2015  

A boardroom coup at Mineral IRL

Executive Chairman Daryl Hodges voted out by an overwhelming majority of shareholders at the company’s AGM.

http://www.mineweb.com/news/gold/a-boardroom-coup-at-mineral-irl/

Posted by Auandag @ 10:52 on August 28, 2015  

mr copper– i’m sure it is phony

Posted by WANKA @ 10:34 on August 28, 2015  

the i.m.voronsky is a dead giveaway. seems his site went to hell too but I’m sure he is still doing business and reaping advertizment reveniue galore. cheers wj

Gold Surges On NIRP Hint

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:30 on August 28, 2015  

Gold Surges On NIRP Hint

Tyler Durden’s pictureSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 08/28/2015 09:45 -0400

The Fed’s ultimate dove has been unleashed and this time he means business. Faced with the inevitable rate hike, Kocherlakota has come out swinging to explain how cataclysmic inflation is and why The Fed should use its asset-purchase tools and lower interest rates further… i.e. to negative… Gold reacted instantly…

*KOCHERLAKOTA SAYS FED HAS ASSET-PURCHASE TOOLS
*KOCHERLAKOTA: THERE ARE WAYS TO LOWER INTEREST RATES FURTHER

more http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-08-28/gold-surges-nirp-hint

winedoc—that is a really neet story…

Posted by WANKA @ 10:30 on August 28, 2015  

we had a safe circular one in concrete in the garage when I bought this house in 2010 and it was somewhat tacky/rusted etc but nonetheless professional. I made a pact with my contractor to tear out the corner concrete embedment and get the safe open and we’ll split 50/50 its contents, well after all the trials and tribulations of pick axe and hammers and clearing the debris and torching and cutting the door it finally opened….speculating on the mass of diamonds and rubys we would be finding as the door was swung opened we got a big 50% each of ……drum roll please……stale air! toon2a cheers good bud wj

Joe Sixpack learned a lesson in 08

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:25 on August 28, 2015  

Fed Up Investors Yank Cash From Almost Everything Just Like 2008

Mom and pop are running for the hills.

Since July, American households — which account for almost all mutual fund investors — have pulled money both from mutual funds that invest in stocks and those that invest in bonds. It’s the first time since 2008 that both asset classes have recorded back-to-back monthly withdrawals, according to a report by Credit Suisse.

Credit Suisse estimates $6.5 billion left equity funds in July as $8.4 billion was pulled from bond funds, citing weekly data from the Investment Company Institute as of Aug. 19. Those outflows were followed up in the first three weeks of August, when investors withdrew $1.6 billion from stocks and $8.1 billion from bonds, said economist Dana Saporta.

“Anytime you see something that hasn’t happened since the last quarter of 2008, it’s worth noting,” Saporta said in a phone interview. “It may be that this is an interesting oddity but if we continue to see this it could reflect a more broad-based nervousness on the part of household investors.”

Withdrawals from equity funds are usually accompanied by an influx of money to bonds, and an exit from both at the same time suggests investors aren’t willing to take on risk in any form. While retail investor sentiment isn’t the best predictor of market moves, their reluctance could have significance, Saporta said.

“It might suggest households are getting nervous about holding investments, and that could lead to some real economic implications including cutting back on spending,” she said. “Should the market turn lower again, it will be interesting to see if we have the traditional move back into bonds or if households move to cash.”

After an 11 percent plunge in the Standard & Poor’s 500 in the past week, investors are searching for signs of strength in the U.S. economy in the face of slowing growth abroad. The S&P 500 gained 2.4 percent Thursday as data showed gross domestic product rose at a 3.7 percent annualized rate, exceeding all estimates of economists surveyed by Bloomberg.

While the flows out of mutual funds suggest retail investors — who held 89 percent of U.S. mutual fund assets last year, according to ICI — may not have faith in financial markets, recent economic data show the average American is spending more. Sales at U.S. retailers rose 0.6 percent in July and the prior two months were revised up, according to Commerce Department data on Aug. 13.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-08-28/fed-up-investors-yank-cash-from-almost-everything-just-like-2008

Good morning Oasis

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:05 on August 28, 2015  

Freeport-McMoRan Statement Regarding Carl Icahn Filing

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/freeport-mcmoran-statement-regarding-carl-204200057.html

First Majestic and SilverCrest Announce Receipt of Interim Order and Mailing of Meeting Materials

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/first-majestic-silvercrest-announce-receipt-204529708.html

Batero Gold Corp. Acquires Common Shares of CB Gold Inc. in the Open Market

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/batero-gold-corp-acquires-common-215032859.html

Treasury Metals Announces Updated Resource Estimate at Goliath Gold Project: “Measured” and “Indicated” Resources Totals 1,165,800 Gold and Gold Equivalent Silver Ounces (AuEq)

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/treasury-metals-announces-updated-estimate-140000765.html

Silver Train

Posted by Maya @ 9:30 on August 28, 2015  

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They have put us in a deep, cold hole,
but don’t worry. We will roll out of this.
http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=543537

 

@Wanka re V-Ster

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 8:59 on August 28, 2015  

Just stopped by yesterday, and saw your handle in a few places, I think of you down there occasionally, and just wanted to say hello my friend.

Re V-Ster? My son John said to me once, that V-Ster name is phony. He took it from the Deer Hunter movie. Robert De Niro’s part Michael Vronsky. He just added a I in front.
I. M. Vronsky.

Its been comming for a loooooooong time. Not China’s fault!

Posted by Scruffy @ 7:51 on August 28, 2015  

In The Matrix in which Americans live, nothing is ever their fault. For example, the current decline in the US stock market is not because years of excessive liquidity supplied by the Federal Reserve have created a bubble so overblown that a mere six stocks, some of which have no earnings commiserate with their price, accounted for more than all of the gain in market capitalization in the S&P 500 prior to the current disruption.

In our Matrix existence, the stock market decline is not due to corporations using their profits, and even taking out loans, to repurchase their shares, thus creating an artificial demand for their equity shares.

The decline is not due to the latest monthly reporting of durable goods orders falling on a year-to-year basis for the sixth consecutive month.

The stock market decline is not due to a week economy in which after a decade of alleged economy recovery, new and existing home sales are still down by 63% and 23% from the peak in July 2005.

The stock market decline is not due to the collapse in real median family income and, thereby, consumer demand, resulting from two decades of offshoring middle class jobs and partially replacing them with minimum wage part-time Walmart jobs without benefits that do not provide sufficient income to form a household.

No, none of these facts can be blamed. The decline in the US stock market is the fault of China.

What did China do? China is accused of devaluing by a small amount its currency.

Why would a slight adjustment in the yuan’s exchange value to the dollar cause the US and European stock markets to decline?

It wouldn’t. But facts don’t matter to the presstitute media. They lie for a living.

Moreover, it was not a devaluation.

When China began the transition from communism to capitalism, China pegged its currency to the US dollar in order to demonstrate that its currency was as good as the world’s reserve currency. Over time China has allowed its currency to appreciate relative to the dollar. For example, in 2006 one US dollar was worth 8.1 Chinese yuan. Recently, prior to the alleged “devaluation” one US dollar was worth 6.1 or 6.2 yuan. After China’s adjustment to its floating peg, one US dollar is worth 6.4 yuan. Clearly, a change in the value of the yuan from 6.1 or 6.2 to the dollar to 6.4 to the dollar did not collapse the US and European stock markets.

Furthermore, the change in the range of the floating peg to the US dollar did not devalue China’s currency with regard to its non-US trading partners. What had happened, and what China corrected, is that as a result of the QE money printing policies currently underway by the Japanese and European central banks, the dollar appreciated against other currencies. As China’s yuan is pegged to the dollar, China’s currency appreciated with regard to its Asian and European trading partners. The appreciation of China’s currency (due to its peg to the US dollar) is not a good thing for Chinese exports during a time of struggling economies. China merely altered its peg to the dollar in order to eliminate the appreciation of its currency against its other trading partners.

Why did not the financial press tell us this? Is the Western financial press so incompetent that they do not know this? Yes.

Or is it simply that America itself cannot possibly be responsible for anything that goes wrong. That’s it. Who, us?! We are innocent! It was those damn Chinese!

Look, for example, at the hordes of refugees from America’s invasions and bombings of seven countries who are currently overrunning Europe. The huge inflows of peoples from America’s massive slaughter of populations in seven countries, enabled by the Europeans themselves, is causing political consternation in Europe and the revival of far-right political parties. Today, for example, neo-nazis shouted down German Chancellor Merkel, who tried to make a speech asking for compassion for refugees.

But, of course, Merkel herself is responsible for the refugee problem that is destabilizing Europe. Without Germany as Washington’s two-bit punk puppet state, a non-entity devoid of sovereignty, a non-country, a mere vassal, an outpost of the Empire, ruled from Washington, America could not be conducting the illegal wars that are producing the hordes of refugees that are over-taxing Europe’s ability to accept refugees and encouraging neo-nazi parties.

The corrupt European and American press present the refugee problem as if it has nothing whatsoever to do with America’s war crimes against seven countries. I mean, really, why should peoples flee countries when America is bringing them “freedom and democracy?”

Nowhere in the Western media other than a few alternative media websites is there an ounce of integrity. The Western media is a Ministry of Truth that operates full-time in support of the artificial existence that Westerners live inside The Matrix where Westerners exist without thought. Considering their inaptitude and inaction, Western peoples might as well not exist.

More is going to collapse on the brainwashed Western fools than mere stock values.

Coffee Time

Posted by winedoc @ 6:39 on August 28, 2015  

Cool Story …..

Floor safe …… Nice !

They say most old safes found in homes are empty.

Someone was stacking cash ……  No coins though,  fifty grand in gold and silver would have been worth a lot more !  🙂

http://aplus.com/a/couple-finds-money-bourbon-in-old-safe

Winedoc

maya 00:48 i know of a very safe place

Posted by WANKA @ 2:50 on August 28, 2015  

just deliver the laden flat car and I will be pleased to store it for you…..ahhhh for a cheeseburger of course and i’ll keep the secret hidden from the view of all and any! safe safe safe safe safe safe safe safe as can be. …. toon38wj

puptent 23:16 yep the kidilies…..

Posted by WANKA @ 2:39 on August 28, 2015  

but I’m safe because they live on the west coast pasadina calif…..however they will be here for 3-4 weeks Christmas and know if any sniffles to stay clear of grandpa so we exchange hugs and kisses from across the room. 🙂 but that only happened once and they visit a month in summer and a month in winter. I’m somewhat housebound partly by choice since I avoid crowds but at 70 I don’t mind a bit since I’ve done that been there and done it again. I’ve very good life’s memories. here is sunset from my backyard. its peaceful surely. best of cheers wj

wa5wj

wa2

commish 20:15 yes the v-ster was a weird one

Posted by WANKA @ 2:32 on August 28, 2015  

but not too weird since I always seen him in the light of the ‘bottom line’. he be in it for the bucks he be. the nice thing of having a non-profit site like this so to speak is open info [proper taste implied of course] and little to no censorship and a bringing together of diverse people with common interest from all the world kinda on a range of subjects. I do miss the ausies though. we have imho a really great group of posters and I’m surely pleased to be part of the community. thank you one and all. wankajohn wj

Moggie

Posted by goldielocks @ 1:04 on August 28, 2015  

Have you ever seen Henry ” on-ree” le chat.

He is a French version of Garfield but with more culture.

WANKA @ 19:48

Posted by Maya @ 0:48 on August 28, 2015  

Dang!   Now I gotta find a new place to park that flatcar load of gold bars!

:mrgreen:

Puptent

Posted by goldielocks @ 0:44 on August 28, 2015  

Kids aren’t exactly germ bags or carriers of disease but they have a immature immune system and being in close contact with the public including shopping malls, movies, whatever they can catch things easier so they’re most vulnerable  and if they get sick their immature immune system can’t fight it off as well and can pass it on easier basically where a adults immune system will immediately kick Im and not make it as volatile to pass. That’s how they developed a stronger immune system  though. Also kids just vaccinated can sometimes shed the virus to others for a time. That’s what some suspect happened at Disneyland. Also ironically only a small percent wernt vaccinated. I and some of my family were there around that time had no problems although I’m naturally immune. It also seems strange to me that since they started pushing all these flu vaccines kids are getting the flu every year where it used to be only once or twice at most during childhood. I don’t even remember any Flu epidemics where kids or my siblings out with it. Now it’s common and more frequent especially if they have siblings.

Ironically what I noticed in hospitals that people with COPD did well during epidemics.  People could be dropping like flys  around them and they were hanging in there most times untouched. I’m talking about the adults  not kids but it seemed to be a pattern. Upper respiratory issues though much care to try not to pass it or treated immediately if showing symptoms because it makes it 50 times worse if they get it, even a cold. Although vitamins appeared to help prevent something’s  along with their own immune system.

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