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Posted by ipso facto @ 23:35 on October 19, 2018  

The signs are favorable. ūüôā

Soon it’ll be like Old Home Week around here!

dit dit

Posted by Aguila @ 23:05 on October 19, 2018  

I need to put up an antenna so I can start working towards my

“Worked all Tenters Award”


The bottom is in! Wanka would say “This is IT!”

Posted by Aguila @ 23:03 on October 19, 2018  

Ororeef Maddog ipso buygold r640 AlexV winedoc

you too Floridagold
I’m almost ready to buy paper again –
Oh~ I hadn’t noticed its Friday guess I’ll wait until next week.

Ororeer@16:16…. COURAGE is Sustained Patience.. you will be rewarded.

Posted by silverngold @ 21:48 on October 19, 2018  

I like that. I also like winners never quit and quitters never win. I’m fully invested in PM shares….mostly producers…..no ETF’s because I refuse to provide the riggers and controllers of the markets the means to dictate and control the price, and that is exactly what trading the ETF’s is doing. The ETF’s are¬†nothing but giant slushfunds that are being used to rig the markets and control their directions. They are also nothing but derivatives, which¬†are unregulated,¬†with two players; party and counter party. Party is the trader and counter party is the casino. But¬†we all have our own standards and principles and the ETF’s seem to be the investment of choice around here now for many years, and growing in popularity due to the ease of trading in them and the leverage they provide. I believe I already know the outcome for those who trade in the ETF’s and it’s not a pretty picture. What I “see” is this: An event will occur that sends the PM’s into the stratosphere. The entire sector will skyrocket 1000%, 10,000%, or maybe even 50,000%….. and the ETF holders will be rich, I tell you¬† RICH, until they decide to cash out. That is when they will discover there is no longer a counter party that will cover their winnings. They will discover they are holding an empty bag with an IOU in it that will never be honored. Why?? because the ETF’s mandate state in plain English they only TRACK a certain sector. They have no obligation to own anything in that sector and in fact they may actually be using the investors funds to short the very sector the investor is trading in.

I know I’m talking to myself so I’ll shut up, but forewarned is forearmed. All the best from Silverngold.


Posted by ipso facto @ 21:37 on October 19, 2018  

Saudi Arabia claims Khashoggi was killed in a fight, contrary to other accounts

Posted by Floridagold @ 20:57 on October 19, 2018  
  • Saudi Arabia says dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi died in a fight at its consulate in Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Its account contradicts its own earlier claim that Khashoggi left shortly after arriving the consulate.
  • Previous media reports, citing Turkish officials, said Khashoggi was tortured, killed and dismembered.

A man holds a poster of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi during a protest organized by members of the Turkish-Arabic Media Association at the entrance to Saudi Arabia's consulate on October 8, 2018 in Istanbul, Turkey. 

Chris McGrath | Getty Images News | Getty Images
A man holds a poster of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi during a protest organized by members of the Turkish-Arabic Media Association at the entrance to Saudi Arabia’s consulate on October 8, 2018 in Istanbul, Turkey.

Missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi is dead, Saudi Arabia’s general prosecutor said early Saturday morning local time.

The government said that Khashoggi got into a fight with the people he met at the consulate in Istanbul, Turkey on Oct. 2. The kingdom alleged that Khashoggi died in that clash.

That explanation counters multiple reports of how Khashoggi died. Turkish officials told The New York Times that it has audio evidence which proves Khashoggi was tortured, killed and subsequently dismembered by a hit team of Saudi agents.

It also contradicts the Saudi government’s earlier account of events. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman previously told¬†Bloomberg that the dissident journalist left the consulate shortly after he arrived.

“My understanding is he entered and he got out after a few minutes or one hour. I’m not sure. We are investigating this through the foreign ministry to see exactly what happened at that time,” he told Bloomberg at the time.

When asked to confirm that Khashoggi is not inside the consulate, the crown prince told Bloomberg, “Yes, he’s not inside.”

Who is MBS? The Prince at the center of Saudi Arabia's controversy

Who is MBS? The Prince at the center of Saudi Arabia’s controversy¬†¬†

The kingdom also fired Deputy Chief of General Intelligence Ahmad bin Hassan Asiri and royal court advisor Abdullah Al-Qahtani. The kingdom also said a committee would be formed to restructure its intelligence agency under the supervision of Prince Mohammed, “to modernize its regulations and define its powers precisely.”

On Thursday, The New York Times reported that Saudi officials close to the crown prince¬†planned on blaming Asiri¬†for Khashoggi’s death. The Times said by making Asiri a scapegoat, the government could help shield the crown prince from blame.

Through its state press, the kingdom said it has detained 18 Saudi nationals after preliminary investigations linked them to the case.

Saudi Arabia said it “is taking the necessary measures to clarify the circumstances in the case of Saudi citizen Jamal Khashoggi” and that “all those involved will be brought to justice.”

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders issued the following statement:

“The United States acknowledges the announcement from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia that its investigation into the fate of Jamal Khashoggi is progressing and that it has taken action against the suspects it has identified thus far. We will continue to closely follow the international investigations into this tragic incident and advocate for justice that is timely, transparent, and in accordance with all due process. We are saddened to hear confirmation of Mr. Khashoggi’s death, and we offer our deepest condolences to his family, fianc√©e, and friends.”

In the weeks following Khashoggi’s disappearance, the international community increasingly pressed Saudi Arabia for the dissident’s whereabouts. U.S. President Donald Trump also faced mounting criticism for being too soft in his response. On Thursday, Trump acknowledged¬†Khashoggi was likely dead¬†and said he would consider “very severe consequences” if Saudi Arabia is found responsible.

But Trump’s resistance to act swiftly sparked comparisons to how he has spoken deferentially about other autocratic leaders accused of human rights abuses, such as Russia’s Vladimir Putin and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un. On Tuesday, the president told The Associated Press that he saw a case of “you’re guilty until proven innocent.”

Vice President Mike Pence said that the¬†U.S. will not “solely rely” on information¬†provided by Saudi Arabia, a longtime U.S. ally in the Middle East.

Several members of Congress have called for swift sanctions on oil-rich Saudi Arabia in the uproar over Khashoggi. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., quickly expressed his doubts about the Saudi account of the journalist’s death, saying “It’s hard to find this latest ‘explanation’ as credible.”

To say that I am skeptical of the new Saudi narrative about Mr. Khashoggi is an understatement.

First we were told Mr. Khashoggi supposedly left the consulate and there was blanket denial of any Saudi involvement.  Now, a fight breaks out and he’s killed in the consulate, all without knowledge of Crown Prince.

¬†The announcement comes more than two weeks after Khashoggi was last seen in public, entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Khashoggi was a frequent critic of Saudi Arabia’s royal family and wrote columns for The Washington Post.

In his last column for the Post, Khashoggi highlighted the need for independent and free press in Arab nations. He said the international community had turned a blind eye to the increasing rate at which Arab governments were silencing the press.

“These actions no longer carry the consequence of a backlash from the international community. Instead, these actions may trigger condemnation quickly followed by silence,” Khashoggi wrote.

‚ÄĒ CNBC’s Jacob Pramuk, Christina Wilkie and Kevin Breuninger contributed to this report.


Posted by goldielocks @ 20:06 on October 19, 2018  

Who was she? They should start boobie trapping those flags and or make them fire proof. Boobie trapping would be more fun.


Posted by Buygold @ 19:55 on October 19, 2018  

COT’s are like a seesaw

Banksters soak up every short the funds throw out there and vice versa they do the same with their shorts every time the funds cover.

Gold and silver are on the road to nowhere fast.


Posted by Buygold @ 19:52 on October 19, 2018  

Holy shit! Why am I not surprised??

That would be one Christine Blasey Ford.

Of course we should know that as she has ties to the CIA and FBI.

Absolutely nothing is real in this country. Is there any doubt that Kashoggi is a CIA plant and that’s why we even care?


Posted by Portugeezer @ 19:31 on October 19, 2018  

Did you see the face?


Posted by ipso facto @ 19:15 on October 19, 2018  

They should burn the hammer and sickle flag and watch all the commies freak out. That would be a good one for the nightly news.

Notice anything in this video?

Posted by Portugeezer @ 18:32 on October 19, 2018  


Start the video then see who is peeping around the flag???



Bearish COT changes as of last Tuesday‚Äďso why is gold still resilient and well bid?

Posted by Richard640 @ 18:13 on October 19, 2018  

The Commitment of Traders Report


*The large specs increased their long positions by 68 contracts and reduced their shorts by 7,335 contracts.

*The commercials reduced their longs by 543 contracts and increased their shorts by 7,836 contracts.

*The small specs increased their longs by 996 contracts and increased their shorts by 40 contracts.


*The large specs increased their long positions by 9,454 contracts and reduced their shorts by 46, 388 contracts.

*The commercials decreased their longs by 8,166 contracts and increased their shorts by 49,696.

*The small specs increased their longs by 356 contracts and increased their shorts by 1,664 contracts.


Nasdq Adv DEC line continues down

Posted by Ororeef @ 17:34 on October 19, 2018  


even a Bad day has winners

Posted by Ororeef @ 17:01 on October 19, 2018  


WE should send our best and brightest Journalists

Posted by Ororeef @ 16:42 on October 19, 2018  

to Saudi Arabia to educate them and reform the Saudi’s ..ALL the networks should send their best JOURNALISTS to Saudi Arabia as proof that they are right, show the rest of us you know whats best for everybody !¬† Prove it to us !

When I become a millionaire

Posted by Ororeef @ 16:36 on October 19, 2018  

I will become a Socialist because I dont want Socialists coming after my money with TAXES… Im a Socialist just like YOU !

When I become a BILLIONAIRE Ill become a Communist just like you ..why ? because I dont want you coming after my money to re distribute it away from me ..Im a communist just like you ! G o after the other guy!

Alex Valdor @ 15:01 on October 19, 2018

Posted by Ororeef @ 16:16 on October 19, 2018  

COURAGE is Sustained Patience..you will be rewarded.

I will not run for office ,If elected I will not serve …

Goldman SACHS and Morgan STANLEY

Posted by Ororeef @ 16:14 on October 19, 2018  

are not sending their CEO to the Conference in the desert  butttt  THEY ARE SENDING REPRESENTATIVES .

THEY ARE NOT GOING TO ALLOW HUNDREDS OF BILLIONS OF dollars to escape because of some Fucking JOURNALIST ……They dont like the OPTICS of LOOKING bad …but they are NOT STUPID ..


Posted by Ororeef @ 16:09 on October 19, 2018  

just signed the BIGGEST WATER bill for CALIFORNIA and the WEST thats going to stop the wasteful diverting water to the ocean that could be used to develop farm land and people use in California ….

COT Report

Posted by Buygold @ 15:47 on October 19, 2018  



I see no reason to have any position on over the weekend.

Posted by Richard640 @ 15:41 on October 19, 2018  

Somebody else has had enough of the scum

Posted by Maddog @ 15:28 on October 19, 2018  

“You’re A Disaster, An Embarrassment To Your Parents” – CEO Rages At Goldman Analyst During Earnings Call


somewhere in rural oklahoma, a trailer park is missing one of its crackers.

Posted by treefrog @ 15:15 on October 19, 2018  


Ororeef – I am as ‘all in’ as I can get

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 15:01 on October 19, 2018  

I have $0.10 left in cash in my trading account – 99.99999 % of my retirement is all in .

Of course I have to admit that my retirement account is 5% of what it was 15 years ago , but I am counting on getting back to at least half of what it was , when the moonshot finally materializes .

When it does , I will fund your campaign for the senate , LOL .

(us geezers have to stick together)

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