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Silver Train

Posted by Maya @ 23:57 on October 24, 2019  


The Coast Starlight detours on
the Tehachapi Loop. The railroad name for
this siding is “Walong”, a chinese name
given by the labor who built it…
meaning “Coiled Dragon”.


Buygold @ 8:39

Posted by Maya @ 23:55 on October 24, 2019  

Ye Gods!  She almost makes Hillary look good.  🙁

More on Tesla

Posted by eeos @ 23:38 on October 24, 2019  

Investors betting against Tesla collectively lose more than $1 billion on Thursday as the company’s stock headed for its best day since 2013.
“Short sellers are, as Elon Musk stated earlier in the year, ‘feeling the burn,’” writes Ihor Dusaniwsky, managing director at S3.



Posted by treefrog @ 17:16 on October 24, 2019  

“a 4th wave bullish hesitation.”

Yeah, i like the sound of that too.  nuanced for the technical sophisticate – robust but sensitive.

if it’s bullish, it means we go up.  i like that.

This is interesting. I guess you could call it pathetic.

Posted by ipso facto @ 17:04 on October 24, 2019  

Chicago’s Unsolved Homicide Rate

While many factors play into the epidemic of gun violence in Chicago, the lack of effective policing is a key culprit. When former Mayor Rahm Emanuel was in office, he enacted reforms to police procedures that made it far more difficult for law enforcement to solve and prevent crime.

In 1991, Chicago’s police department had an arrest rate of 67% in murder cases. In 2018, that number plummeted to a mere 17%. This means that for 83% of homicides, the murderer is getting away with the crime. To put this in perspective, the national arrest rate for murder is 61%.

There can be no question that this dismal arrest rate contributes to the problem. When criminals know that it is unlikely they will ever be arrested or convicted of a crime, they have no reason to obey the law or restrain themselves. Furthermore, the individuals committing these homicides go on to more violent acts.



Posted by ipso facto @ 16:49 on October 24, 2019  

“a 4th wave bullish hesitation.”

That sounds a lot better to me!

Hey …. How’s the Brexit situation going? Every time I look something else is happening. Would a “NO Deal Brexit” be the best thing for GB?


Posted by ipso facto @ 16:45 on October 24, 2019  

Tough to know really where we’re at, being outsiders … but the economic machine is creaking and groaning and smelling like a seized up disaster is on the way. Sooner rather than later methinks.


Posted by Maddog @ 16:41 on October 24, 2019  

R the H&S’ being left…..I’d say the right shoulders are too large for any decent symmetry, the action looks to be more of a 4th wave bullish hesitation.

Definitely not good for the SM, will it be good for gold?

Posted by Buygold @ 16:41 on October 24, 2019  

Amazon Plummets On Earnings, AWS Miss; Dismal Holiday Quarter Guidance

This is the third consecutive quarter that AMZN stock has plunged on earnings. Is it time to pull the plug on this epic juggernaut?

Hey Ipso

Posted by Buygold @ 15:53 on October 24, 2019  

Little drift lower in the metals but the shares are finally showing some signs of life. Not all of them, but most.

Would be great if we finally bottomed and could avoid tax loss selling into the end of the year.

Have to think breaking above $1500 with silver strong is a good sign, follow thru tomorrow would be really helpful.

Amazing to me we’re having a good day with rates and the USD up a little. OTOH, how could gold not be up when the Fed is dumping QE like crazy people?

Are the gold and HUI’s head and shoulders formations being left in the dust?

Posted by ipso facto @ 15:43 on October 24, 2019  

Pretty solid day for us.

Tesla Frying the Flat Earthers Today- TLSA

Posted by eeos @ 13:34 on October 24, 2019  


Gold and silver

Posted by redneckokie1 @ 13:07 on October 24, 2019  

Gold and silver are breaking above all the short term moving averages. JNUG is sitting on the 20 day simple moving average.


Buygold @ 9:47

Posted by ipso facto @ 12:17 on October 24, 2019  

Got my fingers crossed. Not looking so bad now.

scum busy today…sitting on 1500 Au and holding S&P above 3000…

Posted by Maddog @ 11:34 on October 24, 2019  

Oct 24-Reuters- Global banks, funds call for more capital from derivatives clearinghouses

Posted by Richard640 @ 11:30 on October 24, 2019  

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Four global banks and five big fund managers called on international regulators on Thursday to require for-profit derivatives clearinghouses to put up more of their own capital to protect against cascading losses that could rock the world financial system. 

Members of the group, including Citigroup Inc, (C.N) JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) and BlackRock Inc (BLK.N), published their views to try to shift in their favor prolonged policy debates over how clearinghouses should be fortified. 

Regulators put clearinghouses at the center of trading in over-the-counter credit derivatives and interest rate swaps after the 2008 financial crisis. But the regulators have yet to agree on detailed protocols for shoring up, or safely winding down, clearinghouses wounded by customer defaults.



Posted by Maddog @ 10:57 on October 24, 2019  

$134 Billion in freshly printed computer entries – so easy.

Ain’t that the truth….scary.

Ipso, Maddog

Posted by Buygold @ 9:47 on October 24, 2019  

Looks like a little early morning pop. Wonder if they’ll let it last past the first half hour? I suspect the shares will tell the story.

Maddog – sorry to drop that pic on ya, but definitely will wake you up if you’re feeling drowsy. 🙂

$134 Billion in freshly printed computer entries – so easy.


Spot gold over $1500

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:44 on October 24, 2019  


Posted by ipso facto @ 9:29 on October 24, 2019  

I’m grokking on that. At least you know the Fed is not going BK mid transaction. The World is getting “more interesting” every day!


Posted by Maddog @ 9:21 on October 24, 2019  

The longer the Fed does not say why the Repo mkt is up scheiser strasse, the more banks will go to the Fed window, as you’d rather deal with the Fed than say DB.


Posted by Maddog @ 9:11 on October 24, 2019  

Draghi drops QE to eternity on man-woman Lagarde

Nothing affects the USD or US treasuries because everything else in the world is such worthless garbage.

edit: Had to slip this pic in.

Really wish u hadn’t done that…it is so godamn f’ugly.

Was thinking just wait until that beeeech takes over the ECB…..she/it will happily steal everyones savings, come the next crisis, she/it is more than capable of causing a revolution, all on her mad own.

Get out the buckets get out the baskets

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:05 on October 24, 2019  

Fed Injects $134BN In Liquidity, Term Repo Obersubscribed Amid Month-End Liquidity Panic


Morning Buygold

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:02 on October 24, 2019  

I’m starting off with hope today … of course that’s how I start every day! 🙂

Morning Ipso

Posted by Buygold @ 8:57 on October 24, 2019  

If she wasn’t such a corrupt Globalist I’d probably feel sorry for her.

Looks like we’re going to be pinned down just below $1500 again today – $141 GLD.

We could get a challenge to your znoozer day yesterday unless everything rolls over.

Fed meeting next week 29th-30th. Ugh.

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