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Aguila @ 23:03 Remember back in 2011

Posted by Floridagold @ 21:15 on October 20, 2018  

at breakfast in Nashville when we were all RICH ????   Those were the good old days !


Posted by goldielocks @ 19:36 on October 20, 2018  

I know someone who has a skeleton on the back of her Motorcycle.

ready for hallowe’en?

Posted by treefrog @ 18:49 on October 20, 2018  


If Long term Treasuries have gotten Volatile, where do you turn for Stability?

Posted by Ororeef @ 18:25 on October 20, 2018  

Short Term Treasuries ,CASH ,GOLD   ?  Inflation will KILL the LONG TERM TREASURYS,and CASH  whats LEFT ?

2016 EVERYTHING CHANGED ..not just Presidency

Vanguard LONG TERM Treasury Head & Shoulder 2015-2018 similar to 2012-2014 looks like a big drop may be coming in LONG term TREASURIES..Just look at the volitility Obama brought to the Long Term BOND MARKET from 2009 on…He drove the FED CRAZY ..lowering rates causing distortion then raising them just so they could lower them when things got crazy …Obama volatility from 2009 on is very apparent

Posted by Ororeef @ 18:14 on October 20, 2018  


The Greenspan put – the market savior – will be mowed over like a ground squirrel beneath a tractor rotary tiller. The market carnage left in its wake will be grotesque and unrecognizable.

Posted by Richard640 @ 18:02 on October 20, 2018  

One fallacy that has gained popularity over the last decade is the zealot belief that the Fed disappears risk from markets.  That by expanding and moderating the money supply by just the right amount, and at just the right time, markets can grow within a pleasant setting of near nonexistent volatility.  Some even trust that when there is a major stock market crash, the Fed, having the courage to act, will soften the landing and quickly put things back upon a path of righteous growth.

Believers in the all-powerful controls of the Fed have a 30 year track record they can point to with conviction.

You see, the conditions that made the Greenspan put possible are the opposite of the conditions that exist today.  Rates are low and are moving higher.  The world is oversaturated with debt.  Policies of mass money debasement have bubbled stocks and treasuries out to extremes well beyond what was honestly fathomable.

Yes, the doom and gloom of an epic stock and bond market meltdown are approaching.  At the moment, Fed Chair Powell’s even determined to bring it on.  We applaud his efforts.

Yet when push comes to shove, and the Fed lowers the federal funds rate, expect the unexpected to happen.  The Greenspan put – the market savior – will be mowed over like a ground squirrel beneath a tractor rotary tiller.  The market carnage left in its wake will be grotesque and unrecognizable.





As I have said many times before: I’d never buy a S. Africa based mine nor ever visit there

Posted by Richard640 @ 13:04 on October 20, 2018  

South Africa City To Begin Confiscating Land From Whites In National “Test Case”

“Our policy is not to take the land by force. Our policy is to make sure the land is shared amongst those that need it.”


The above policy is what the democrats and their globalist commie backer want for america

Good news for gold, maybe: The Bond KIng [Jeff Gundlach] thinks the dollar is going down—10-14

Posted by Richard640 @ 12:59 on October 20, 2018  
Right now, we sort of like emerging market debt. We’re not getting involved with real trouble spots  you might succeed mightily in Argentina or Turkey — but we’re trying to do it in a lower-risk fashion.
Emerging markets have suffered from the dollar having risen earlier this year. We believe the dollar is going to go down. The fact that the dollar is starting to fall again enforces that view. When the dollar goes down, you’re going to be better off in emerging markets.

Maya, your first name Billy by chance? This was from 1969/70, about the year you were shipped off to Vietnam?

Posted by macroman3 @ 12:02 on October 20, 2018  

Uh Oh, Rubino is at it on Zerohedge again. The last time he did this silver fell 10% in a week

Posted by Buygold @ 11:23 on October 20, 2018  

Is Gold Becoming Cool Again?

The sentiment shift is still subtle, but it’s both real and widespread…

Capt. Hook

Posted by Buygold @ 11:06 on October 20, 2018  

“ETF options expiry just passed, which was why PM shares caught a bid, and month end is approaching.”

Not sure I understand what you’re saying, the shares usually selloff at Op Ex. With the exception I think of Monday where the funds covered like crazy people, the pm shares treaded water.

As far as 2000 goes, that’s the most bullish thing I’ve heard from you in awhile but there are a lot of “ifs” there. “If the Fed doesn’t raise in December it would be a surprise. I think the SM would likely have to selloff big time for them not to raise. They’ve already killed the housing market which is what they did back in 05′ and 06′. So maybe a big correction in the SM is coming.

As for me being funny, I’m very funny but looks aren’t everything… 🙂

Maya @ 5:30..I agree with your logic and thinking and have done the same with about 90% of discretionary assets……

Posted by silverngold @ 10:46 on October 20, 2018  

……. but to maintain my focus and interest in PM’s and world conditions, and to keep my mind sharp(?),  I chose to put the other ~10% in actual shares of actual companies and to continue charting the PM sector. At my age the money is of little importance….. but attempting to determine the price and timing of the stocks and the phyz is a game I enjoy. It’s like a giant game of chess  without a board so it changes continuously as the world changes and new wars are created and freedoms are removed and we, the livestock of TPTB, are herded in one direction and then another until they have us conditioned to obey any and every thing they demand and we all willingly walk through the one marked Soylent Green..

But as I hallucinate and chart my expectations, what I currently “see” is that we HAVE bottomed for some time now, and what I expect to happen, based on cycles and history, is that the PM sector will rise to the following targets within the next 2-3 years if none of the wheels come off before that: Gold $3600, Silver $120, XAU 321, HUI 1000, and all ETF’s $0.00 LOL!!!

Wishing All The Best From Silverngold


Posted by Captain Hook @ 10:04 on October 20, 2018  

You can be funny when you want to be.

ETF options expiry just passed, which was why PM shares caught a bid, and month end is approaching.

Given this year could look a lot like 2000 if things continue according to script. Might be delayed a few months (because of margin debt related selling and a stronger $), but if the Fed doesn’t tighten in December and stocks turn lower on a sustained basis, the wheels will be in motion.


Hey Aquila

Posted by Buygold @ 9:15 on October 20, 2018  

I added some this week but am worried that I made a mistake. Going to see how things look next week but usually if I buy it’s a guarantee that the next move will be down hard.

I’m hoping that Rosen, Maund, etc. have read the tea leaves correctly and we’ve reached a bottom in the shares. One thing I do agree on with Rosen is that the shares have to lead the metals.

We’ll see.

Nobody noticed an almost 70% drop in Bullish % Financial Sector !

Posted by Ororeef @ 9:07 on October 20, 2018  


Are these pictures of the same person?

Posted by Portugeezer @ 7:29 on October 20, 2018  








The one on the right was at the burning of the flag.

See the link I posted earlier for the video.

Silver Trains

Posted by Maya @ 5:39 on October 20, 2018  


Canadian meets Canadian.  Which way you going?


silverngold @ 21:48

Posted by Maya @ 5:30 on October 20, 2018  

And THAT is exactly why I don’t buy any paper of any kind.  In the total chaos that would happen in a loss of market control and skyrocketing prices, paper holders would be holding the paper bag.

“Force Majeure”

Physical in hand is all that counts when TSHTF.

Howdy Doody Time

Posted by Richard640 @ 5:06 on October 20, 2018  

Guess what time it is , kids? No, it’s not Howdy Doody Time. It’s time for another….

Posted by Richard640 @ 4:56 on October 20, 2018  

American stock investors suddenly remembered gold, aggressively buying it to diversify their bleeding stock-heavy portfolios. Once gold started moving, the gold stocks nicely leveraged its gains like usual. All this suggests speculators and investors are just starting to warm to gold and gold stocks again. That portends a sentiment mean reversion and overshoot, fueling massive new uplegs in gold and its miners’ stocks.


No fundamentals, nothing fancy, no degrees of any kind required in order to see who’s leading who or what’s breaking out first. Just draw a few lines and “Voila” the answer will be yours.

Posted by Richard640 @ 4:39 on October 20, 2018  

… both the silver and gold shares have closed above their most recent peak. Could this be a sign of the resumption of the bull market in the precious metals complex?

Having started my Wall Street career in the year 1956 this truly Old Timer says, “Yes indeed.” There is nothing new about the precious metal shares moving up before the precious metals. All that is required to know that this is happening is the simplest form of technical analysis. No fundamentals, nothing fancy, no degrees of any kind required in order to see who’s leading who or what’s breaking out first. Just draw a few lines and “Voila” the answer will be yours.



silverngold @ 21:48. Here’s hoping you do not

Posted by Equisetum @ 0:17 on October 20, 2018  

shut up, if you meant by that ‘stop posting’. Postings by the names Aguila mentioned at 23:03, plus your postings, still make this site worthwhile, even if the dominant postings these days make a very easy speed-read skip-over.

We (meaning Mrs. Equiz and me) are remaining faithful to our long-term holdings in PM juniors and with WPM as the base for our streaming company holdings. The last addition to the equity portion of our PM portfolio is a small position in Metalla (MTA). I notice that L. Roulston is now on the Metalla board of directors. Still holding the faith here and glad to hear that there is still a small number of others remaining on this forum with a similar optimistic mood.

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