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Posted by commish @ 23:07 on March 14, 2019  

Maddog=so is this=The facade of Donald Trump as a “populist candidate” is quickly ending. His cabinet is loaded with think-tank ghouls and banking elites, so this should come as little surprise.

Posted by Richard640 @ 22:49 on March 14, 2019  

From the same site–use the link in my previous  post

Without renewed stimulus measures from the Fed, equities have topped out multiple times and refuse to move towards their previous highs. This suggests that the two month bounce is over, and that stocks will now fall back down to December lows and beyond. If the projections I made in January are correct, then the Dow will fall into the 17,000 – 18,000 point range from the end of March through April.

The facade is slowly but surely melting away, not just in economics, but everywhere. I predicted both the success of the Brexit vote as well as Trump’s win in 2016 based on the theory that the globalists would allow or even help populists to gain a political foothold, only to crash the economic system on their heads and then blame them for the disaster. So far my theory is proving correct.

Trump’s trade war continues unabated despite claims by many that it would be over quickly. Currently, there are no plans for a March summit between Trump and Xi, and the possibility of a summit anytime soon has come into question as Trump’s negotiations with North Korea fell to shambles last month. The negotiations are a farce and are not meant to succeed. I continue to hold to my position that the trade war is a planned distraction and that Trump is playing a role in a globalist scripted drama.

The facade of Donald Trump as a “populist candidate” is quickly ending. His cabinet is loaded with think-tank ghouls and banking elites, so this should come as little surprise. But there are still some analysts out there that naively believe that Trump is playing “4D chess” and that he is not the pied piper he now appears to be. What I see is a president that claimed during his campaign that he would “drain the swamp” of elites, then stacked his cabinet with some of the worst elites in Washington D.C. What I see is a president who argued against Fed stimulus measures and the fake stock market during his campaign, and who now has attached himself to the stock market so completely that any crash will now be blamed on him no matter the facts. What I see is a willing scapegoat; a president that is going to fail on purpose.

Maddog=this is some good sh*t

Posted by Richard640 @ 22:44 on March 14, 2019  

In terms of the Brexit, I still predict that there will be a “no deal” event, and that this is by design. The Brexit deal with the EU is slated to be decided in the next few weeks. A “no deal” outcome would be a perfect excuse for a major financial crisis in Europe, which is why I think it will happen. While sovereignty movements in the US will get the blame for the crash through Trump, sovereignty movements in the UK will get the blame for a crash in Europe through Brexit.

It is important to remind the public that this narrative is entirely false. The economies have been in a state of animated death since 2008. Central bank stimulus acted as a kind of fiscal formaldehyde, keeping the visible signs of the crash at bay for 10 years but also creating a bubble even larger and more destructive than the one before. The “Everything Bubble” has now been primed to explode with maximum damage in mind.

The Fed started the tightening process for a reason; the establishment is ready to start the “global economic reset”, and they have their populist scapegoats in place. The crash in fundamentals returned in mid-2018, and I believe that crash will finally be acknowledged publicly by the media in mid-2019.

The Global Economic Reset Begins With An Engineered Crash




Posted by goldielocks @ 19:57 on March 14, 2019  

That’s interesting. Rome was really big at one time. Christianity spread through them to the Scots too I believe.

STOCK MKT=Buying this BA driven dip was a no-brainer. And selling the pop is a no-brainer too. EOM

Posted by Richard640 @ 19:25 on March 14, 2019  
For quite some time now, ALL publicly traded markets are not really “markets” at all. They are there simply for political purposes only, they can never go down now, they are vital to the national security of all major eCONomies on the the GLOBAL PLANTATION.
The global owners will not lose money or purchasing power but the debt slaves most certainly will.
Head’s they win, tails you lose. The socialization of any private/corporate losses will continue until everyone who is not in the ownership class is dead from a war or starvation.
Hedge accordingly.

All you need to know about the Liberal Party of Canada.

Posted by Equisetum @ 18:01 on March 14, 2019  

Gwyn Morgan: Talk about ‘collusion’: How foreign-backed anti-oil activists infiltrated Canada’s government

Slow Train

Posted by Maya @ 17:31 on March 14, 2019  


Lots of stranded air passengers at Denver as they dig out. (How ya doing, eeos?)  Railroads not much faster, either.  “bomb cyclone” slows down the railroad, too!



Posted by goldielocks @ 17:28 on March 14, 2019  

Corbett report
Yes it’s true and shows how ignorant these teachers are.
One of my grandson the one who’s going to Australia so hope he learns what it can do to a economy is being fed that.
They are having a mock debate at school on eleminating the Penny because the mining hurts the environment.
I told him in short:

Without Copper and zinc he would have no cell phone, no TV , no electricity, no car, no safe and affordable water pipes, no safe steel for buildings and bridges that use zinc to prevent corrosion .
These earth metals are important in everyday life and infrastructure.
Imagine going off the grid. No electricity, hospitals people will die, city people will not get food trucked in and starve to death, no communication, no computers, no water, on and on.


Posted by Richard640 @ 15:52 on March 14, 2019  

Hey Maddog

Posted by Buygold @ 15:14 on March 14, 2019  

Yeah, I don’t follow OI much either. I figure if there was a fool proof way to know the scum’s next move James Mc wouldn’t know what it is.

A lot of the shares – not all – are getting crushed on light volume, NEM and GG for example.

Maybe we have to go back to your $1280 number, although I’m not sure why we would HAVE to.

Talk about things that don’t make sense…OTOH, pm’s are so manipulated it never has made any sense.

Was really thinking/hoping that we were seeing the beginning of a much bigger move. Looks like the HUI has to go back to that 160-165 level, although who the hell knows if it will hold. Honestly, it seems you have to take profits on any 1-2% up move and hope like hell you don’t buy on the wrong day.

Quadruple witching tomorrow. OpEx of any kind has never been kind to us. Along with Fed Speak, Eco Numbers and everything else under the sun.


Posted by Maddog @ 15:00 on March 14, 2019  

I don’t use OI much, as I reckon that is cooked as well as everything else, but James Mc does on GATA and he has shown that the scum have just gone shorter and shorter on this rally ….as OI has exploded in Au but strangely not in Ag.

Maybe OI is good, as they want to scare people away….but it is yet another win for the scum here.

Brutal day

Posted by Buygold @ 14:43 on March 14, 2019  

Slaughter came out of nowhere wiping out a weeks worth of gains.

Same as it always is. Trends are meaningless.

Do not forget that the Deep State is a crime syndicate and not an ideology.

Posted by Richard640 @ 12:43 on March 14, 2019  

Deep State Stock Market Logic

Download PDF Version

Even a modest bear market will go a long way towards destroying the deep state. Deep State operatives are buying outright to control the trend of the market.  What is their alternative?

The choice is to invest more outright or have ones wealth completely devastated by natural market forces. The Deep State has absolutely nothing to loose by using their own resources to support the value they already have. The only alternative is to absorb a guaranteed loss and run the risk of ceasing to exist.

With corporations buying back stock and Deep State operators adding to and holding positions, stock is so closely held that that they have pretty much cornered the equities market. The law of large numbers is now on their side. It will take an actual catastrophe to put the market into a bear market mode. Predicting the timing of an economic catastrophe for me is not doable. Predicting an eventual catastrophe is a piece of cake. That is like predicting an engine will be destroyed by throwing a pinch of salt in the gas tank every day. It is easy to figure the engine will be destroyed but picking an exact date is not that easy.

Deep State Stock Market Logic


Posted by ipso facto @ 11:06 on March 14, 2019  



Posted by Maddog @ 11:01 on March 14, 2019  

I’m wondering if there is some deep genetic link between the Scots and the Aussies and it manifests after the third or fourth libation? 🙂

There are an awful lot of Irish in Auss.

Is Trump making an appearance at the Senate tomorrow?

Posted by macroman3 @ 10:54 on March 14, 2019  

Fortuna reports consolidated financial results for full year 2018

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:51 on March 14, 2019  



Posted by ipso facto @ 10:31 on March 14, 2019  

Sounds like it would take a week to recover … but that’s the right way to bring in a New Year!

I’m wondering if there is some deep genetic link between the Scots and the Aussies and it manifests after the third or fourth libation? 🙂


Posted by Maddog @ 10:20 on March 14, 2019  

Apparently one person did need the ambulance….he was chatting away and then suddenly fell straight backwards, as he blacked out !!!!!!!!

we did 1 New Year in Scotland and it was insane, we stayed in a hotel, which is pretty much taken over by one group …..they have drinks/parties at lunchtime, then followed by full dress diner in the evening, then dancing into the small hours, then do it again and again, then News Years Eve…which is the biggest session by far…then have a farewell party the day after !!!!!!! It was 5 nights in all……unbelievable.

These guys have done well. Wish I owned em.

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:16 on March 14, 2019  

SilverCrest Expands Las Chispas Resource: Indicated Resource: 1.0 Million Tonnes 1,234 gpt AgEq for 39.8 Million Oz AgEq, Inferred Resource: 3.6 Million Tonnes 581 gpt AgEq for 68.1 Million Oz AgEq



Posted by ipso facto @ 9:45 on March 14, 2019  

“Ambulance on standby”

Sounds like a party worth attending!

Unfortunately no party for us today.


Maddog, I spotted yer blue faced nip that requires an ambulance on standby…

Posted by macroman3 @ 9:20 on March 14, 2019  


Richard re Economic Growth

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 8:40 on March 14, 2019  

re this part:

CBs are openly stating, as official policy, that they will support stock and bond markets with whatever it takes…

Comment: It’s not the right approach, plus as the story implies the so called growth cost more than the result.

Why should they support the area of the economy stocks bonds etc, where profits prosperity and savings go?

They should support the start and the birth of wealth. The entry level citizen, after the day he graduates high school and enters the economy.

The support of that group in this man made artificial economy since 1913, was started in 1937 with the minimum wage maximum hours act.

That support ended after 1971 when they took the dollar off gold and and made or rigged, the outsourcing of US manufacturing and other various jobs.

Befor the de-peg in 1971, we quietly lost half our gold supply to savvy foreign nations between ‘34 and ‘71.

After the leaches were cut off, they proceeded to remove our businesses and jobs. After that, removing inflation adjustment support for entry level people, lower real wages, created more jobs to off set all the millions of exported ones.

If the system implodes again like 1929 and 2008, they (big business and banking) may add support again like 1937, for there own good. Of course.

R640 – hate to say it

Posted by Buygold @ 7:53 on March 14, 2019  

but all true. USD a little stronger but not enough to justify this.

Today appears to be another WTF moment in a long line of WTF moments.

Smash out of nowhere, no rhyme or reason behind it, other than the scum saying “stay out”

You’re right, this action will turn bullish charts to ugly.

Really is unbelievable

Gold down $12.50-that a hit was on tap was obvious yesterday with the big comex gain and punk gains on PM stocks

Posted by Richard640 @ 6:36 on March 14, 2019  
[** mother of all buying opportunities—snort!]

Ten years into this monetary experiment, central banks did create growth…

US Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was about $15 trillion in 2008. Current GDP is about $22 trillion. That’s $7 trillion of economic growth.

Impressive… until you figure the cost of that growth.

Over the same period, the US national debt increased from $10 trillion to $22 trillion.

So, it took $12 trillion of debt to create $7 trillion of economic growth.

The marginal utility of all of this new debt is decreasing And it’s the same story all over the world.

The US economy is so dependent on cheap money, it can’t even handle 2% interest rates (the Fed hiked rates from 2.25% to 2.5% last December and stocks fell 20%).

But Europe is even worse. Europe has negative interest rates. And the European economy is so weak (it grew 0.2% in Q4), it can’t even handle ZERO percent interest rates.

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