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safe at last!

Posted by treefrog @ 22:16 on June 6, 2020  


Posted by Richard640 @ 19:38 on June 6, 2020  

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INVEST IN AMERICA=A corrupted dying bar fly like Biden who has had open cranium surgery for aneurysms is going to be President in any effective fashion?

Posted by Richard640 @ 19:18 on June 6, 2020  
How can a person invest in an economy when rioters and the politicians that lead them can shutter the economy at any moment? You understand that Wash DC is about equal to a square 7.8miles on a side and Trump can barely keep rioters and lookers out of the White House. Wash DC is the 16th most dangerous city in the USA.
Then you add the risk from panic promoting cranks screaming Apocalypse all day everyday and COVID has only been the most successful panic attack in recent years by no means the only one.
Whatever your opinion it is plain that the DC Elite including all the Generals and Spies have done nothing but overthrow the government. Trump is an old guy and is unimportant like Junior Bush over the longer term. For better or worse the USA gradually wound down slowly after 1950 and since 9/11 any pretence at ‘democracy’ and the ‘rule of law’ is no longer even a joke by the example of out top national officials.
A corrupted dying bar fly like Biden who has had open cranium surgery for aneurysms is going to be President in any effective fashion? 

Elon Musk goes full SPACE ALIEN with announcement of “gender neutral” baby with a sci-fi name that smacks of total psychosis The Babys name is X Æ A-12

Posted by Ororeef @ 16:08 on June 6, 2020  

Poor KID   hahahahahahahaha   heheheheheh

Is this the kind of guy Elon Musk is?

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak essentially believes Elon Musk is a con artist. “I don’t believe anything Elon Musk or Tesla says.” At a recent conference in Sweden, Wozniak revealed his deep mistrust toward the overhyped Tesla and why he isn’t jumping on Elon Musk’s bandwagon charade.

Wozniak once said that there is “way too much hype” around Tesla, a venture primarily funded by taxpayers. In fact, Tesla Motors Inc., SolarCity Corp. and Space Exploration Technologies Corp., known as SpaceX, were funded by an estimated $4.9 billion in government support (taxpayer-funded). Every taxpayer in the U.S. is essentially working for Musk, whose visions are lifted onto a pedestal and “entitled” to taxpayer support.

Tesla founder Elon Musk and his, ahem, wife Claire Boucher recently gave birth to an offspring that they decided to name “X Æ A-12” in celebration (?) of its designation as a “gender-neutral” baby.                              Why din’t he have a Robot do it for him ?   Space X   guy is Spacey  !  (I wouldent loan this guy any money)..


Posted by ipso facto @ 14:44 on June 6, 2020  

Much bettah!

ipso, how’s this?

Posted by treefrog @ 13:08 on June 6, 2020  

shows on my screen.  it’s a five day GUSH chart from bigcharts.  shows Gush steadily rising for four days, and gapping up on the fifth to close near the highs with a 23+% gain on the day.


i love it!

treefrog @ 10:18 No picture there?

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:02 on June 6, 2020  

fireworks on monday morning?

Posted by treefrog @ 10:18 on June 6, 2020  

Good move. Let’s let the Germans pay for their own defense.

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:15 on June 6, 2020  

Merkel allies criticize Trump decision to cut U.S. troops in Germany

BERLIN (Reuters) – Senior lawmakers from German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s ruling conservative bloc on Saturday criticized President Donald Trump’s decision to order the U.S. military to remove 9,500 troops from Germany.

The move would reduce U.S. troops numbers in Germany to 25,000, from 34,500.

“The plans once again show that the Trump administration is neglecting an elementary leadership task: the involvement of alliance partners in decision-making processes,” Johann Wadephul, foreign policy spokesman for the CDU/CSU parliamentary group, told Reuters.


Buygold @ 19:21

Posted by ipso facto @ 8:47 on June 6, 2020  

Our time sure seems a lot closer. There’s the smell of gold in the air. 🙂

Morning Maddog – Just saw your post from yesterday

Posted by Buygold @ 8:42 on June 6, 2020  

“Adens 1680 has gone..if we close sub today…they allow a fall to 1480…but anything less is even more bullish…they will ride this fall out, as they recon this is a repeat of the 70/80’s mkt…ie super bullish.

Others see poss 1430…so bear case grows short term.”

I’m afraid if the correction gets that deep, there’ll be no buying interest left. Can only refer to the 70-80’s so many times and those were entirely different and less manipulated markets.

I will say this to Ipso’s point, in this latest dump from HUI 300 down to 250, my retirement is still up near the highs, mostly because I have several juniors in the silver space that have held up ok and only KL and AEM in the large cap space.

It seems to me that the pm shares have always reacted better to moves in silver than they have to gold.


Put/Call Ratios

Posted by Buygold @ 8:07 on June 6, 2020  

Unfortunately, put/call ratios only matter when it comes to the pm sector.

When it comes to the broad stock market, the only thing that matters is liquidity and algo’s

A ZH reader

Posted by Richard640 @ 5:31 on June 6, 2020  
Thank God all those newly created (345,000) business were opening up in early May or this country could be in real trouble. 
who knew all you needed was a pandemic lockdown, 30 million unemployed (oops I’m sorry I forgot about the miraculous jobs number today) 27.5 million and 2 weeks of protests, riots and looting to really get this eCONomy going.
I guess $9 Trillion in funny money has to go somewhere. Welcome to the new gilded age serfs.

WOLF RICHTER JOBS REPORT–ACTUAL ANALYSIS PLUS 125 COMMENTS-Counted as employed “even if they were not actually at their jobs.

Posted by Richard640 @ 5:29 on June 6, 2020  

Powered by Restaurants, Bars & Retailers, Jobs Bounce Off Bottom. Some Industries & Governments Continue to Shed Jobs

The 20 industries with biggest job losses & the 20 with the biggest gains. The unemployment rate would have been 16% if people had responded to the survey correctly, said the BLS; that would be 25.3 million unemployed. Abysmal.

By Wolf Richter for WOLF STREET.

This is based on the surveys of employers (“establishment surveys”), released as part of the jobs report this morning by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The reference period on the survey extended through May 12th. Given the issues with the pandemic, the BLS noted that people were counted as “employed” if they were paid by their employer for any part of the pay period through the 12th, “even if they were not actually at their jobs.”

Gold Train

Posted by Maya @ 3:39 on June 6, 2020  


The Wisconsin & Southern
was a class act while it lasted.


Oh my God moment

Posted by Ororeef @ 0:24 on June 6, 2020  


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