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Floyd’s death was homicide.

Posted by goldielocks @ 22:08 on June 1, 2020  

Second autopsy found was due to lack of oxygen to brain by compression and added compression on his chest by other officers.

Richard640 @ 16:54

Posted by Captain Hook @ 17:51 on June 1, 2020  

There a bunch of reasons to be bearish right now. But only one to not. And not many will talk about it because those who know exploit it.

And now the leftists / globalists have rolled out the new hoax dejour since it looks like the corona hoax has run its course, yet another reason to short stocks / buy volatility.

So the beat goes on…with tech stocks finishing green.

And the beatings of the short sellers go on too.


A couple things…

Posted by Richard640 @ 16:54 on June 1, 2020  
Finally, one wonders just how long this disconnect can last?
But before you get too excited about the rally today, Bloomberg’s Cameron Crise notes that in every month since last November the direction of the S&P 500’s return on the first trading day has been reversed over the rest of the month. And in many cases, the reversal has been spectacular. So a 0.375% gain today bodes poorly for the month if history repeats…

For any medical reading this where they mandate mask any anyone else mandated.

Posted by goldielocks @ 16:14 on June 1, 2020  

To watch with scrutiny but it is a fact of causing lower oxygen levels. Per OSHA they cannot mandate them except time with patients isolation, procedures what not. The reason is they can cause permanent brain damage. So they can’t mandate them to nurses to wear all day or if they refuse a vaccine.
The only thing as surgeons and surgical nurses can be in surgery for multi hours.
Note that the 19.5 percent she’s talking about is room air not your own oxygen saturation levels that should stay in the high 90s.
It’s good to know for people who may do work in spaces with no air circulation that could wear masks like construction.

3562 VXX June 5th calls–$34 strike–bought for $116 a copy with 4 days to go…open interest 4179

Posted by Richard640 @ 14:50 on June 1, 2020  


Posted by goldielocks @ 14:43 on June 1, 2020  

I can hear them now wearing their new Nike’s, perfume,cloths, cell phones TVs in their burnt down towns, where the dialogue changes from where did you get that from to which town were you looting?
Maybe the younger crowd will now understand the meaning in the Second Amendment in both foreign and DOMESTIC wasn’t meant for hunting.
That would of been kinda funny if the looters got through that jerks gated community.

Golly Gee ! Sprotts on Fire !

Posted by Ororeef @ 14:07 on June 1, 2020  


Every Liberal city took a beatin….!

Posted by Ororeef @ 13:53 on June 1, 2020  

burned down their retail shops ,food stores,liquor stores ..all closed for Good !   nobody’s gonna rebuild them..

They over played their hand and it destroyed them..The days of “Marching” are over !

That’s a gutsy trade!

Posted by Richard640 @ 13:33 on June 1, 2020  

3313 Calls bought @ $76 a copy on the VXX June 5th $35 strike—open interest is 5148—$33.26 last trade up 13 cent–that’s about a $240,000 swinging riverboat gambler bet…and I’m pishing my pants with my little 2-3-4 hundred calls positions for 15-30 bucks each…



@Treefrog re S&W Woke Up, Changed To Gun Phobic Ticker, AOBC, Share Price Dropped Ever Since,

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 12:44 on June 1, 2020  

I guess you are on it also. I’m always sitting on it. I love S&W revolvers. I posted last week FYI.

P.S. After many many years finally I’m getting optimistic on Silver prices. Lots of very high potential catching up to gold and palladium. And the Silver miners? They will do ten times better than the Silver Spot.

Bullion is ALREADY out performing dopey/comex  which provides dopey/spots.

FYI Smith & Wesson Made A Mistake When It Changed Its Name To American Outdoor Brands To Politically Kiss Ass After Mass Shootings, Now Going Back To S&W

Pssst don’t tell anyone

Posted by ipso facto @ 12:41 on June 1, 2020  

MUX is a buck!

Captain Hook @ 10:37

Posted by ipso facto @ 12:33 on June 1, 2020  

It breaks my heart to see the PM share shorters get killed! 🙂


smith & wesson

Posted by treefrog @ 12:20 on June 1, 2020  

up about 30% since the beginning of the minneapolis incidents.


(name change effective today.  was aobc.  now is swbi.)

the taper in QE is the fed trying to ease equity prices down.

Posted by Richard640 @ 12:14 on June 1, 2020  

It’s coming.  I think the big mistake most people are making is thinking the fed wants equity prices to go up.  It’s really bad optics for the fed to have mass unemployment and a rising market, the taper in QE is the fed trying to ease equity prices down.

Rabobank is bewitched, bothered and bewildered, too

Posted by Richard640 @ 11:48 on June 1, 2020  


Everywhere you look, decades are happening in weeks. Are they taking us towards US collapse or renaissance? Towards European solidarity or division and (further) European irrelevance? Towards a Chinese century – or very rapidly away from it?

Does this matter for your market/asset? How can it not?! Bond yields are very low; volatility is very low; equities are very high; and the USD is well off its highs. Not all of these can be correct if those tectonic plates are about to shift: only one can.

Captain–good call-and, yes, i have known about the disconnect…I guess the

Posted by Richard640 @ 10:42 on June 1, 2020  

crashes like in March, 2000 and 2008 must be labeled as intention demolitions for some reason we mortals are not privy to….interesting to today, as of 10:40am, the VIX is still up 1.40 with all the indexes well in the green…


ipso facto @ 10:25

Posted by Captain Hook @ 10:37 on June 1, 2020  

There was a big short in it but most burned off now.

Dangerous now…but could go a bit higher until they are all gone.

Whoever was short got killed.


Rocket Ship … wish I owned it … ELY.V

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:25 on June 1, 2020  



Posted by treefrog @ 10:22 on June 1, 2020  

$18 silver becoming the “new normal”.  what’s next?

IAMGOLD buys Monarch Gold’s Fayolle for $11.5m

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:19 on June 1, 2020  

Canada’s Monarch Gold (TSX: MQR) is selling its Fayolle property in western Quebec to fellow miner IAMGOLD Corporation (TSX: IMG) (NYSE: IAG) in a cash and share deal valued at $11.5 million.

The Montreal-based company said the transaction will see IAMGOLD issuing $9.7 million in common shares to Monarch and a $0.3 million cash payment once ownership of the asset has been transferred.

IAMGOLD will also give Monarch $1.5 million in cash 90 days after the initial transport of ore from the Fayolle deposit.

IAMGOLD buys Monarch Gold’s Fayolle for $11.5m

Richard640 @ 9:26

Posted by Captain Hook @ 10:12 on June 1, 2020  

Other factors don’t mean doodly-squat.

With the tech giants still ramping buy-backs, and idiot specs still under the belief there is actually a relationship between stocks and the economy (there’s been no relationship for 10 years so it’s understandable for them – chuckle), no where to go but up. The tech giants depend on their stocks for currency, and they really like running the world, so they will not stop voluntarily…Trump or no Trump.

And the gamblers are so addicted they literally will not stop until their toys are taken away…so you have a perfect marriage of nut-bars…and a recipe for higher stocks until one of the sides blinks. (hint…it wont be the techies).

Have a nice day.

Mining shares looking good in light of today’s weaker gold prices

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:50 on June 1, 2020  

Looking at the BIG PICTURE.

I haven’t watched it yet but love the idea

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:31 on June 1, 2020  

Silver Producers Withhold Production, Pressure COMEX

Silver Producers Withhold Production, Pressure COMEX

Captain-Hmmm….bonds are happy…traders too…cause they’re selling em…maybe I need to revise my scenario…

Posted by Richard640 @ 9:26 on June 1, 2020  




Poll Results … Should the police responsible for George Floyd’s death be arrested on criminal charges?

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:01 on June 1, 2020  

Should the police responsible for George Floyd’s death be arrested on criminal charges?

Yes (88%, 45 Votes)
I don’t know (10%, 5 Votes)
No (2%, 1 Votes)
Total Voters: 51

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