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Winedoc

Posted by goldielocks @ 23:34 on December 4, 2017  

Good your still collecting. Sometimes you can get better prices if you buy in small bulks like 100 of them. You can tell them there Christmas gifts ūüéĀ

Buygold

Posted by goldielocks @ 23:28 on December 4, 2017  

Armstrong on one of his posts on high end real estate topping out said people will be moving into movable assets next. He said that awhile ago that will happen but apparently he says it’s starting. I wonder if this tax plan that will eliminate tax returns on real estate interest past 10,000 will affect it if it passes. That will mean moving to movable like currency, gold, silver, too.
That quote from Rogers sounds like he’s been reading Armstrongs posts. Still the time being right is still what it is.

Yup

Posted by commish @ 19:45 on December 4, 2017  

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Farmboy

Posted by redneckokie1 @ 19:27 on December 4, 2017  

not wishing anything bad on your dogs, but one of us is going to be very disappointed soon.

 

rno

portugeezer

Posted by Maddog @ 19:27 on December 4, 2017  

Make mine the Ag…tks.

Today was a crappy day for the SM

Posted by Buygold @ 19:00 on December 4, 2017  

Crappy for pm shares too but that’s nothing new.

What would be new is if the SM actually goes down tomorrow as it should.

We’ll see.

This is why I don’t listen to Jim Rogers – He loves gold but never buys it

Posted by Buygold @ 18:53 on December 4, 2017  

But, even as Rogers expects gold prices to be ‚Äúexplosive‚ÄĚ once this crisis hits, he said he is still not accumulating the yellow metal.

‚ÄúI‚Äôm not buying gold and have not bought gold. I own gold and have owned gold for years but I‚Äôm not buying or selling it at the moment.‚ÄĚ

‚ÄúIf and when gold goes down a lot, or under $1,000, I hope I‚Äôm smart enough to buy more gold because in the end, gold is going to go up a lot because when people lose confidence in governments and paper money, they always put their money in gold and silver”

http://www.kitco.com/news/2017-07-28/Gold-Prices-Will-Be-Explosive-Just-Wait-and-See-Jim-Rogers.html

@Richey

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 17:19 on December 4, 2017  

By the looks of Silver Platinum Copper and Palladium charts, falling since September October, could be suggesting Trump affect wearing off, and a manufacturing recession on its way.

The system¬†has been¬†TRYING to go into a deflation, with the PTB at the same time, TRYING to avoid it, with the Fed’s Bond buying and low rates¬†to keep up consumer spending on Stocks and Cars and Real estate. The fed may also be buying stocks imo.

The stores are STILL flooded with imports, and the general public taxpayer wages are too low. The Trump effect so far has just been a placebo effect.

Gold is a separate story. Possibly being held back by low Oil. There was always a pecking order between Oil and Gold. The system is distorted.

https://finviz.com/futures_charts.ashx?t=METALS&p=d1

How about a little SOS

Posted by Ororeef @ 17:16 on December 4, 2017  

If I‚Äôm going to buy gold, I like to buy on a day like today-Comex gold down .25% & JNUG down 3.95%‚Äďwhilst silver was down a piddlin 2 cent-

Posted by Richard640 @ 16:34 on December 4, 2017  

WPM closed 38 cent off its low‚Ķgold looks hopeless and friendless‚Ķno sponsorship‚Ķmucho dialogue out there in radioland to the effect that BC is the new gold‚Ķso why isn‚Äôt gold 1050 or 937 or 741?? why has it been so resilient the past few yrs? resilience is nice but it ‚Äúdon‚Äôt‚ÄĚ pay the rent or the vig. I got a hunch today was some kind of low‚Ķ

The Dollar Index trod water today after knee-jerking higher at the open last night…

Wolanchuk today=

how to get from wholesale to retail with as few aboard as possible and at the same time bankrupt the day traders…….we have been living the process ….rinse wash repeat….open gap up do nothing……open gap up do nothing…..a paradise for the position trader….snort …. i just love making money ….booyah…. and clx students having a field day… ….like i sed its a once in a lifetime event…..few if any will make a dime…..the top of K2 a few of us will have a party eh…DENNY CRANE

Hi Maya

Posted by Portugeezer @ 16:00 on December 4, 2017  

I’d have guessed that would be your answer and I believe that if I held one bitcoin, I would hold it for a year.

However, I do not think I would purchase another, or even half a bitcoin, at this price.

You dun well!

Rich

Portugeezer @ 13:54

Posted by Maya @ 15:21 on December 4, 2017  

I’ve already made my BTC profits, so I’m easy about the risk.¬† But I would choose to keep half a BTC for 12 months versus the silver.¬† The metals are still under heavy-handed control, and BTC is not… and still is showing appreciation.¬† Of course past performance is not an indicator of future performance gains…¬†¬†¬† but I would take the BTC risk.

Bitcoin

Posted by Elliott @ 15:10 on December 4, 2017  

This phenomena reminds me of the Beanie Baby craze.¬† Everyone wanted one, they were increasing in value rapidly and it was a bubble.¬† Then they overproduced them, the market collapsed, and people with dozens of beanie babies were left holding….beanie babies.¬† Tulips anyone?

How about a poll

Posted by Portugeezer @ 13:54 on December 4, 2017  

Zerohedge readers appear to be bitcoin enthusiasts to some degree.

What’s our feeling/opinion/whatever you want to call it?

If you had a choice $5,000 worth of Silver in your hand at the current price;

OR;

Half a bitcoin;

But you had to hold it for 12 months, which would you choose?

Rich

Sure would be nice

Posted by Buygold @ 11:11 on December 4, 2017  

to see a comeback for a change.

Doubt it’s even possible, but at least the Nasdaq looks weak.

Posted by Floridagold @ 10:16 on December 4, 2017  

Bitcoin hits all-time high above $11,700 as recovery accelerates

  • Bitcoin jumps 8 percent to an all-time high of $11,773.83, according to CoinDesk.
  • The gain marks a surge of¬†30.5 percent, or nearly $2,753, from a Thursday low of $9,021.85.
  • Bitcoin had¬†topped $11,000 Wednesday, only to drop more than $1,000 in a few hours amid high trading volume that exchanges initially struggled to keep up with.

In a massive rebound from a 20 percent plunge last week, bitcoinsurged Sunday to a record high above $11,700.

The digital currency hit an all-time high of $11,773.83, up 8 percent on the day, according to CoinDesk. That’s 30.5 percent, or nearly $2,753, from a low of $9,021.85 hit Thursday.

The rapid recovery is the latest in bitcoin’s wild swings. The cryptocurrency had crossed the closely watched $10,000 figure Tuesday and topped $11,000 Wednesday, only to drop more than $1,000 in a few hours amid high trading volume that exchanges initially struggled to keep up with.

Bitcoin one-week performance

Source: CoinDesk

On Monday, Nov. 27, former Fortress hedge fund manager Michael Novogratz predicted on CNBC’s “Fast Money” that¬†bitcoin could “easily” be at $40,000 at the end of 2018.¬†But Novogratz said Tuesday at CoinDesk’s Consensus Invest conference that cryptocurrencies like bitcoin are¬†“going to be the biggest bubble of our lifetimes.”

Bitcoin trading in Japanese yen accounted for about 58 percent of trading volume, while U.S. dollar-bitcoin trading accounted for about 23 percent, according to CryptoCompare.

The bitcoin offshoot, bitcoin cash, also jumped nearly 13 percent Sunday, to $1,606.06, according to CoinMarketCap. Digital currency ethereum rose more than 3.5 percent to $480, CoinMarketCap showed.

Bitcoin’s rapid gains mean that twins Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, founders of the Gemini digital currency exchange, are likely the first well-known bitcoin billionaires. The twins together had¬†$11 million in bitcoin at $120 a coin in April 2013. With bitcoin above $11,700, that holding is now worth just over $1 billion.

A representative for the Winklevoss twins did not immediately respond to a CNBC request for comment.

LOL-

Posted by Floridagold @ 9:14 on December 4, 2017  

Venezuela will start its own digital currency to beat sanctions

Jon Fingas 7 hours ago

Morning Maddog

Posted by Buygold @ 8:46 on December 4, 2017  

Tend to agree with Grant/Fournier – eventually the VIX is going to blow and make and break a lot of players.

For now it’s a tool to keep the SM elevated.

Looks like we have a struggle ahead today, especially for the HUI trying to hold 185. Tax loss sellers will be all over the shares this month.

Coffee Time

Posted by winedoc @ 6:38 on December 4, 2017  

For some people ……… Its “hard” buying car parts at $16 ¬†and change

Morning Friends

Winedoc

Grant may be early, he usually is….but Short Vix/Vol….is where the next monster bomb lies

Posted by Maddog @ 4:59 on December 4, 2017  

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-12-03/alan-fournier-pensions-funds-are-shorting-vol-because-theyre-starved-yield

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