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Buygold 20:18

Posted by goldielocks @ 21:19 on August 10, 2018  

Right but fiat reminds me of the Titanic. The fiat is invincible. Tell that to Venezuela or Turkey, war torn countries or brain dead like Africa, even Aussie and Canada being affected. It kinda reminds me of the housing boom and people in the housing section be realities or assessor we all in their own little world and every other general profession was so below them. What do you do, oh a nurse. Then the floor dropped out under them and they were all unemployed. My humble profession was still putting food on the table. These realtors were busting tables or working as orderlys or what ever else they could find. It wasn’t easy for nursing either they were looking to cut pay with foreign cheaper labor which got sloppy but just sayin.
When gold brought up they previously looked down on were then now resentful of anyone who had any.
It seems even now they resent and will try to screw the investor either way where they go long or short.
I went from doing both to see it like fishing. Patience, either way.

Buygold @ 18:56

Posted by ipso facto @ 21:13 on August 10, 2018  

Been a long time down my friend, perhaps that’s what bottoms are made of …

I think I’m in for the duration.

R640 – Ha!

Posted by Buygold @ 20:18 on August 10, 2018  

Heard that a million times. Never happen. The people in the west have all the money. They’ve been conditioned that gold is worthless, a barbarous relic. Just got to buy FANGS and get rich.

The dumbasses in Turkey, Russia, China and elsewhere buy gold but they are small players and their govt’s are miniscule compared to the mighty printing press of the US.

All comedy, gold is no longer money.

BTW – SRS Rocco is an idiot

Sound familiar?==”If just $1-$2 trillion of this amount made its way into precious metals, it would push the value of gold and silver to levels never thought possible.”

Posted by Richard640 @ 19:52 on August 10, 2018  


If we compare these global bubble asset values from yearend 2015 to the newly updated figures for yearend 2017, we have the following:

Increase In Global Asset Values 2015 to 2017

Global Real Estate = +$64 trillion

Equities (stocks) = +$28 trillion

Securitized Debt = +$11 trillion


THE WORLD’S GREATEST BUBBLES ARE BIGGER THAN EVER: When They Pop, You Better Own Some Precious Metals

In just the past few years, global asset values have risen to the biggest bubbles in history.  Unfortunately, this doesn’t seem to be a concern to the market because most people believe they are getting richer.  However, rapidly rising digital riches can easily turn into digital losses, just as quickly.  But, this will likely remain a…





COTs as posted in Murph’s market wrap tonight.

Posted by Richard640 @ 19:40 on August 10, 2018  


*The large specs increased their long positions by 3,400 contracts and increased their shorts by 4,923 contracts.

*The commercials increased their longs by 1,956 contracts and reduced their shorts by 75 contracts.

*The small specs decreased their longs by 1,136 contracts and reduced their shorts by 628 contracts.


*The large specs reduced their long positions by 963 contracts and increased their shorts by 21,686 contracts.

*The commercials increased their longs by 8,949 contracts and reduced their shorts by 13,360 contracts.

*The small specs reduced their longs by 1,616 contracts and decreased their shorts by 1,956 contracts.


Ipso -COT Report

Posted by Buygold @ 18:56 on August 10, 2018  

Sort of promising and would explain why metals except silver have been holding up.

Don’t like the idea that commercials have added longs though.

Whatever pretty depressing no matter what happens.

Seriously? Is it my imagination or is this a toilet seat for P. Steelers

Posted by goldielocks @ 18:02 on August 10, 2018  

They should make something like this for gold storage investors. Satire

Pittsburgh Steelers Unveil New Retractable Roof For Heinz Field

COTR Chart

Posted by ipso facto @ 16:01 on August 10, 2018  


This won’t get on MSM until Israel blast them back.

Posted by goldielocks @ 15:26 on August 10, 2018  

Hamas Rocket Fire Shakes the State of Israel


Posted by ipso facto @ 15:21 on August 10, 2018  

At least! Maybe more! 🙂

Winedoc, nice to see you hanging in there and posting here occasionally.

Posted by Equisetum @ 14:50 on August 10, 2018  

Sometimes it seems a hopeless wait for real positive action in the Canadian dollar cost of an ounce of silver or gold or for the value of PM equities to get out of the basement. The last time I felt so hopeless was in 1963-64 when I was assigned to a project to see if I  could come up with any new suggestions on how to begin reforestation of Nova Scotia’s Yarmouth-Shelburne barrens.  I became very familiar with the dense vegetation cover of black huckleberry (Gaylussacia bacata) and sheep laurel (Kalmia angustifolia), but never came up with any hope for returning those “barrens” to a forest cover.

Time heals many things, and maybe things are looking up now for reforesting that large area of shrub cover. Maybe time will also heal the ailing PM market.

Treasure your physical.   Cheers.   Equiz.

@Ipso Turkey seizes base

Posted by drb2 @ 14:40 on August 10, 2018  

that should be good for at least a$20 drop in gold  🙂


If we’re still keeping nukes at Incirlik then we aren’t too bright

Posted by ipso facto @ 14:02 on August 10, 2018  

Turkish Lawyers Want To Raid Incirlik Air Base, Arrest US Troops For Terrorist Ties


The Global Economy Must Be In Serious Trouble

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 12:15 on August 10, 2018  

Because the global bankers jacked the US Dollar up so high so fast. It will create a great discounts on imports and vacations to foreign lands, for hapless US consumers. That US Note does NOT go up and down like the market price of lobster. It has a “control knob”. Its even in the constitutions. They can raise or lower the value as required.

Buygold–u mentioned earlier the flight to bonds…u know how we’ve heard for 25+ years from gold promoters that

Posted by Richard640 @ 12:09 on August 10, 2018  

“if just 1/100 of a percent of the money sloshing around out there in the U.S. and around the world goes into gold, gold will soar because it’s a tiny market compared to the paper asset markets”…asset managers may view the $ and U.S. T-notes as a safe haven…and some here and abroad will be buying put protection–but that’s very expensive…whereas gold is the cheapest “hedge” around…for the very good reason that it has been a lousy hedge–lately…but not in 2009-2011–so maybe todays resilience comes from some managers saying  “WTF…it’s so cheap…lemme throw a few bucks into gold’…

Buygold–Rats! U may be right–silver has plunged–gold’s still hanging on by its fingernails…

Posted by Richard640 @ 11:56 on August 10, 2018  

The stock mkt. is trying to stabilize…let’s see how the last hour goes…

Alex–that’s a great story-LOL–been there, done that, too…

Posted by Richard640 @ 11:53 on August 10, 2018  

Turn out the lights

Posted by Buygold @ 11:51 on August 10, 2018  

the party’s over…

Seabridge up 1.22 or 10.75% @ 12.60 on triple daily volume–PVG up 1.50 or 19.33% on 2.5 times vol.–Vesuvian Tremors?

Posted by Richard640 @ 11:41 on August 10, 2018  

Could be worse

Posted by Buygold @ 11:15 on August 10, 2018  

but can still feel the heavy hand of the scum sitting on everything pm

I guess I should be grateful that the strong USD isn’t crushing our metals.

Alex Valdor

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:48 on August 10, 2018  

LOL “Daisy May!”

I still get a ***** when I think of her! emoji_1f601

Got to go get some work done. BBL

Not Shabby

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:46 on August 10, 2018  

Pretivm Reports Second Quarter 2018 Results


IPSO — and Daisy May

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 10:42 on August 10, 2018  

My first childhood crush !

R640 – great Donald Duck cartoon video

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 10:38 on August 10, 2018  

The kids at the window in the LV suite reminded me of a Christmas when we gave one of the kids something that came in a fairly large box . The toy inside was cast aside after the first half hour , but the box became an imaginary submarine … an imaginary rocket ship …an imaginary ‘whatever’ for the rest of the day , until it was battered into a limp piece of flattened cardboard by bedtime. I could have saved my money and picked up a discarded box in the trash behind the grocery store for nothing , and the kids would have had just as much fun .

when was the last time …

Posted by treefrog @ 10:34 on August 10, 2018  

…we had a rich, loudmouth new york republican in the white house?


why aren’t there any democrats on mount rushmore?

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