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COT’s nothing to write home about

Posted by Buygold @ 16:19 on January 17, 2020  

although the banks did add more longs than shorts by a small margin.


Left for awhile, didn’t see the selling in the shares coming, must’ve happened in the last half hour?


Posted by goldielocks @ 15:02 on January 17, 2020  

You did good. I came close, it was a nice property that flowed inside lots of wood not just typical and cheap and that was before the volcano when home prices were down, But I learned a native Islander there was trying to qualify for it and wasn’t going to take from them so let them have it. It wasn’t in the area where the volcano went so probably survived.
You should of got your real-estate license. You have a way with words lol Awesome on taxes. In California it’s the highest and will just get worse.

Posted by Maya @ 14:42 on January 17, 2020  



goldielocks @ 3:01 – Real Estate

Posted by Maya @ 14:09 on January 17, 2020  

You know the old saying: “Buy when there’s blood (or lava) in the streets”.  I bought the volcano ranch here when lava was threatening the village… cheap.  I endured another nearby eruption, and now that the volcano has settled down… perhaps for years… people are again buying in the area.  I paid retirement cash for the ranch here, and in four years it has now doubled in value.  But I’m not selling nor encumbering the property.  This is my cheap retirement home, ’till death do us part.  As a senior citizen homestead, my property taxes are $200/year.  Best bargain of a lifetime.

the cat came back

Posted by treefrog @ 14:03 on January 17, 2020  

gpl green again – but not by much.

To further tie into R640’s commentary

Posted by eeos @ 14:02 on January 17, 2020  

In Denver, we’re being invaded by berqa-wearing women.

I don’t get why our country has to accept so many people that have no interest in human-rights, women’s rights, and have zero interest in culturally integrating with society. We’re fuct on this level as a country. If you love your daughter, nieces, wives or anything that’s been accomplished in our country, then what the hell is going on here?

Why do men need to dress their wives like ninja’s with a slit seen out for eyes? Fuct. If the men want, they can dress up in berqa clown suits. If a man can’t control his mind and actions in society and forces a woman to dress like this, put them in prison cells.

@ipso facto re CDE or Coeur Used To Be Coeur d’Alene, town in Idaho

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 13:57 on January 17, 2020  

They should have never changed the name. Coeur d’Alene sounded nice. Coeur sounds stupid. I knew when they changed the name it would hurt the stock. Why didn’t they name it Coors to remind people of beer from Colorado? 🙂

Same thing happened to Smith & Wesson when they changed it to American Outdoor Brands corp. It just kept dropping. So now they are going to separate them. Announced. Back to Smith & Wesson soon and it started climbing again. Remember Sunshine Mining?? Some people like a stock with a nice name. CDE needs much higher Silver prices

“Until about four years ago, Coeur Mining was known as Coeur d’Alene Mines Corporation. It was only in May 2013 that the company changed its name to the simpler Coeur Mining, Inc., as we know it today, as it shifted its state of incorporation from Idaho, where it was originally incorporated in 1923, to Delaware.”

Look at CDE chart after 2013:


Was looking a bit dim for the shares earlier but…

Posted by Buygold @ 13:57 on January 17, 2020  

looking a lot better right now.

Maybe we’ll even pull out a nice, positive close.

Gotta love the strength of the last few days


Posted by Richard640 @ 13:49 on January 17, 2020  
53 minutes ago
I’m just a farm boy.  But printing money to buy up t-bills and run interest rates to nil…
Frees up every other investment dollar for stocks.  Which increases stock prices and makes them more attractive than bonds returning a nice, safe return of near zero.
You can say there is no inflation yet.  When bond and stock prices are not part of an inflation index.  If we don’t put tulip bulbs in the price index then 1636 had zero inflation.
The problem is one of context.  Federal and state governments are financially insolvent from unfunded liabilities and the looming crisis in retirees-to-worker ratios.  Criminal gangsterism is rampant in government.  Major cities have tens of thousands of homeless shitting in the streets.  Low-IQ and criminal immigrants are invading the country.  Women think they are men, the boys are pansies, commies run the schools from kindergarten through college…
Financial insolvency of empires and the decadence/degeneracy of the people has caused collapse every time.  We aren’t facing a stock market correction, it is more like a general apocalypse.  But if I hear that fucking word “existential” one more time, I swear I am going to go berserk.  You are going to hear bullets whizzing by and skulls exploding like watermelons all around you.  F


Posted by Richard640 @ 13:42 on January 17, 2020  
42 minutes ago
The eternal hope that the Ponzi can be taken down brick by brick, just as it was constructed, but shot don’t work that way.
Confidence (which IS the market) is built one Shakey brick at a time mortared with greed. When confidence is lost it quickly becomes an avalanche, the same greed that mortared it in place now becoming the grease that accelerates the slide.
Climbing that greasy slope anytime soon after typically proves unlikely.

Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 13:41 on January 17, 2020  

Yeah I remember the song. Think it got to the Mid East too lol except they would keep one religion in.
If people thought as say growing up around Christians as him and world peace it would be a nice dream even Buddhists and think Yoko could live in harmony.
Hunger can mean more than one thing. In Buddhism for example Satan can represent evil and evil can evolve from hunger and not just food. Hunger for other people’s stuff.

On the other end of that spectrum is hunger for knowledge, advancement in technology, medicine, quality in life.
Even with that the the other side can come around to use the work of others even medicine for the wrong reasons for power or profit.

In America the framers knew there was multi religions and even then one was a threat to them, the Muslims who were robbing people boats in trade. Instead of appeasing them though or paying for safe passage he “ Jefferson “ brought in the marines and hunted them down.
Aside from that why they put freedom of religion.

Now I’ve even seen talk about “ should people be able to own land.”
The young are being sidetracked our scare tactics right of their constitution.
They also haven’t learned especially with ID politics is attitude. Who wants to work with someone everyday who walks around with a chip on their shoulder or a constant whiner.
John didn’t have to work and if he had his way that pizza he orders wouldn’t never got there cuz everyone would of dropped out lol Thats how some took it, don’t feed into the system.

What he was saying was the ruling dictators and religious radicals has killed more people. That part hasn’t changed. We still need borders.


Posted by Richard640 @ 13:40 on January 17, 2020  
“QE conspiracists can say this is all about balance sheet growth. Someone explain how swapping one short term risk free instrument (reserves) for another short term risk free instrument (t-bills) leads to equity repricing. I don’t see it. /end “
Dear Mr. K,
If what were happening was as you described, then an argument could be made that you are correct. Swapping existing reserves for t bills, wouldn’t actually have much effect. However, this is EMPHATICALLY NOT what is happening. And its very simple to see this. Might I direct you to your own organizations website:  https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/EXCSRESNS
As this clearly shows, bank excess reserves held at the fed, have actually been increasing since September. So it is mathematically impossible that those prior reserves have been used to purchase the new t bills in question. Instead, what has happened is the Fed has created new dollars to buy those t bills and to simultaneously inflate banks reserves held at the fed as well. So your question should not be about how does SWAPPING and asset affect prices, but rather how does CREATING an asset out of thin air effect prices.
A person could be forgiven for incorrectly projecting what may happen in the future as the result of a certain policy. That is understandable. But Mr. K, your complete and utter ignorance not of the future, but of the present, your abject failure to grasp reality that is staring you in the face, courtesy of your own organization and detailed on its own website, is utterly appalling. You sir, are completely out of touch with reality and are completely unfit to hold any office of any sort. You should be immediately housed in a facility for the mentally impaired, until such time as your grasp of reality may be restored.  / end

All that, dear Neel Kashkari, is how the record pace of expansion of your balance sheet, which is growing at a faster rate than during QE1, QE2 or QE3 … is sending stocks to new all time highs every single day.

Posted by Richard640 @ 13:31 on January 17, 2020  
The stock market is a humbug! [Scrooge McDuck]
As Skyrm wrote, “it’s easy to see how the Repo market can get addicted to easy cash from the Fed when the stop-out rates for the RP operations are 1.55% – behind the offered side of the market.” But, as the repo strategist adds, as the Fed keeps injecting cash, the market gets used to it. 
Which is great in the short-term as it sends risk assets soaring as hedge funds put on even more risk-chasing trades via repo, but becomes a major issue over the long-term: The long-term problem is that the some investor cash (real money cash) that was once going into the Repo market is now going elsewhere”, Skyrm explains. Indeed, the problem is that repo rates are trading in the lower end of the fed funds target range. When GC rates were higher in the range, Repo general collateral, as an investment, was more competitive than other overnight rates. But now that cash has gone to other markets, meaning the Fed is trapped in providing liquidity in perpetuity unless it hikes rates which in turn will cause a market crash.
In short, just as the market got addicted to QE and the result was a 20% drop in the S&P in late 2018 when markets freaked out about Quantitative Tightening, the Fed’s shrinking balance sheet, and declining liquidity, Skyrm cautions that “it will take pain to wean the Repo market off of cheap Fed cash” since “it‘s a circle” which can be described as follows:
For the Fed to end daily RP ops, they need outside cash to come back into the Repo market. For the Repo market to attract cash, Repo rates need to move higher. For rates to move higher, the Fed needs to stop RP ops.
The problem is that stopping RP ops could spark another repo market crisis, especially with $230BN in liquidity still being pumped currently via Repo. It also means that the Fed is now unilaterally blowing a market bubble with its repo and “NOT QE” injections, and yet the longer it does so the more impossible it becomes for the Fed to extricate itself from the liquidity pathway without causing a crash.
Or stated simply, the longer the Fed avoids pulling the repo liquidity band-aid, the bigger the market fall when (if) it finally does. The question then becomes whether Powell can keep pushing on the repo string until the November election, because a market crash in the months preceding it, especially since it will be of the Fed’s own doing, will result in a very angry president.
Krishna Memani, former vice chairman of investments at Invesco, agrees: “Powell went out of his way to explain that it wasn’t QE, but it doesn’t really matter. The Fed is in a bind. Effectively with policy initiatives they have, they have to increase reserves, and investors are aware of that. They will be in that mode for the foreseeable future.”
* * *
All that, dear Neel Kashkari, is how the record pace of expansion of your balance sheet, which is growing at a faster rate than during QE1, QE2 or QE3 
… is sending stocks to new all time highs every single day.


CDE getting hammered … I guess their production wasn’t up to snuff

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:06 on January 17, 2020  


Got this from A ZH reader

Posted by Richard640 @ 12:47 on January 17, 2020  
The (Dow) futures were up 92 just before the open. However, the Dow opened up 24, and fluctuated for 20 mins between up 15 to up 44. Here’s my point – this is fraud. Markets don’t trade this way UNLESS one player or algorithm controls a vast and predominant amount of the opening futures. Someone closed 70% of 92 points of open market breath exactly 1 second before the open. And, what does 70% of 92 Dow points amount to, that just went “poof”? …Billions!
I would suggest considering something big is in the making. Jus sayin!

Platinum Palladium

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 12:15 on January 17, 2020  

Finally hitting the news this morning. I don’t like that. By the time the news announces something, and by the time public finds out something, its over, normally.

But this time might be TOTALLY different since so many things are reversing. Major reversal might be, no more manipulation of futures pricing allowed, or discouraged by less loans to producers who tend to over-borrow, and banks to over-loan, when prices are high.

Then prices drop and make the loans risky for banks. Less CAPEX I heard has been going on. Remember Oil? $145/bbl? $58 today? Bank loans?

Lucky me I see PLG + 25% I just added to that one and SBGL on the 15th. I’m hold on.

there’s some friggin’ in the riggin’

Posted by treefrog @ 12:13 on January 17, 2020  

metal prices moderately up,

miners down?

even the pussycat’s got a hairball today.

goldielocks It all Started with Yoko Ono, Influenced John Lennon’s “Imagine” Song

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 12:01 on January 17, 2020  
Imagine, It Would Be Perfect if there were, No Leftist  Liberals or Libtards as per WANKA? 🙂
The kids back then all grew up and are in Congress etc. It doesn’t matter anymore because its all reversing. Even Trump is part of the reversal process from a normal useless anti American president, to an abnormal America First President. (even our beloved Ron Reagan couldn’t help)
Propaganda Song Imagine 1971, lyrics below:
Imagine there’s no countries
It isn’t hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion, too
Imagine all the people
Living life in peace
You, you may say I’m a dreamer
But I’m not the only one
I hope someday you will join us
And the world will be as one
Imagine no possessions
I wonder if you can
No need for greed or hunger
A brotherhood of man
Imagine all the people
Sharing all the world
You, you may say I’m a dreamer
But I’m not the only one
I hope someday you will join us
And the world will live as one


Posted by goldielocks @ 11:22 on January 17, 2020  

Why these road blockers are not getting tickets I don’t know. Plus these workers could sue them for loss of wages. What they’re doing doesn’t make any sense to other citizens.. for doing the same thing as them no less.
The propaganda of socialism, communism, the Gov. will take care of you so you don’t have to work or pay back your student loans pandering, open boarders, hate your neighbor, “ oxymoron” sex with anyone male of female, resulting teen pregnancy’s or diseases, lowering of testing and even talk of taking math out because it’s racist, what could go wrong.

Did anyone notice? The Trannies opened down about 95…in the old days a bear would have

Posted by Richard640 @ 10:28 on January 17, 2020  

been encouraged by this–also the DOW opened way off its pre-mkt high…but no matter…buying came in on all the indexes…this has been the pattern for many months…an index has great trouble remaining red for over 5 or 10 minutes…Trannies are up 40 now…

Gold and silver looking good ….. shares not so much

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:10 on January 17, 2020  

He disappeared! Who could have known? :-)

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:05 on January 17, 2020  

Police launch manhunt after India’s infamous ‘Doctor Bomb’ disappears day before his parole ends

A convicted terrorist known in India as “Doctor Bomb” has vanished, after being temporarily released on parole. Jalees Ansari was serving a life sentence for his alleged role in bomb attacks across India.

The 68-year-old was reported missing by his family shortly before his 21-day parole was scheduled to end. Ansari had been ordered to report to Mumbai police every day, but failed to turn up on Thursday. His son later came to the police and explained that his father had woken up early and left their home – and hasn’t been seen since.


Buygold @ 9:56

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:58 on January 17, 2020  

I’m not wild about some of their locations but you can’t argue with results!

There’s a lot of gold in West Africa … and a few Jihadis as well.

Morning Ipso – BTG

Posted by Buygold @ 9:56 on January 17, 2020  

BTG’s chart sure represents that of a steady, solid performer.


B2Gold achieves record production for 11th year in a row

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:37 on January 17, 2020  

B2Gold (TSX: BTO) (NYSE AMERICAN: BTG) reported a record annual consolidated gold production of 969,495 ounces in 2019, including 118,379 ounces from discontinued operations.

The 2019 figures exceeded the upper end of the company’s guidance, which was set between 935,000 and 975,000 ounces. The numbers also mark the eleventh consecutive year that B2Gold achieved record annual consolidated gold production.

B2Gold achieves record production for 11th year in a row

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