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Freakin frosty and ment are takin over…woo is me, catch me please

Posted by macroman3 @ 23:38 on October 15, 2014  

With all the evil dictators viewed in this video, let’s play pin the tail on the Donkey…wait, this 2010, so Obama didn’t yet qualify…(for the record I didn’t see the shrub either{that was Colon at the UN?})

ipso facto @ 10:09

Posted by Maya @ 23:34 on October 15, 2014  

“If Ebola gets going in the US, It’ll be a great boon to the online sellers. Less contact with other people will be most desirable.”

UNLESS… of course… the person who packed it also packed some virus in with the contents.   Who ya gonna trust?!

Mr Copper, this was the last time they loaded the gold unevenly on a 747 outta Iraq…

Posted by macroman3 @ 23:29 on October 15, 2014  

TPTB have perfected it since raping Ukraine of 300+  tons.

Better get it outta Baghdad before ISIS gets it…

And Yet Venezuela with all that gold and oil crumbles…Hmmm Jackals

Trivia: re 39 ton GLD Gold draw down Year To date…

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 22:28 on October 15, 2014  

“Total tonnage fell 2.09 tons from the last reported number and currently sits at 759.14 tons, down 39.08 tons on the year and the lowest level since early December 2008.”

12″ X 12″ X 12″ or one cubic foot of Gold weighs 1,206 lbs. more than 1/2 ton.1,206 lbs.

re 39.08 tons would measure 4 feet by 4 feet by 4 feet cube or 64 cubic feet of Gold weighs 38.6 tons, 77,204 lbs.

A Boeing 747 total cargo plane with maximum capability of 154 tons or only one solid Gold block measuring about 4′ by 4′ by 16′ long. Four times the 39 ton draw down.

Also it could not be loaded in one spot. It would have to be spread thin throughout the entire 4,000 sq ft of floor space or it would cave the floor in.


Posted by Buygold @ 20:34 on October 15, 2014  

“What they could never plan for was some thing out of left field, like Ebola that could cause a total economic shut down, which the SM would see as a reason to crash.”

Being the conspiracy theorist that I am, I tend to disagree. I believe they’ve had plenty of opportunity to prepare for Ebola, if not flat out invent the stuff. Let’s face it, if they wanted to keep Ebola out they’d have already shut flights out of any infected areas. Just like if we here in the US were really concerned about Al Qaeda or ISIS, we’d be shutting down our southern borders. Nope.

The boyz don’t care, they need the crisis to collapse the system and keep the lemmings in fear. Same stuff, different century.

Winedoc, ororeef, R640

Posted by Buygold @ 20:19 on October 15, 2014  

Winedoc – post of the day! Hope Mrs. Winedoc loves the earrings! Keep stackin’ brother I do believe the end is nigh. 🙂

Ororeef – Obola Sutra, are you sure that should be a woman in that picture? Just askin’ 🙂

R640 – ahh, DOW up 300 tomorrow, wouldn’t surprise me. OTOH, NFLX is going to sting a bit. This SM looks dead to rights, it demands more QE. We’ll see my friend.

Lawsuit goes forward?!?

Posted by Scruffy @ 20:09 on October 15, 2014  

“Secret Scheme To Manipulate The Price Of Silver” – Lawsuits Against Banks Proceed

The lawsuits against banks that alleges they engaged in a secret scheme to manipulate the price of silver bullion is proceeding.

Gold fixing in London at NM Rothschild and Sons began in September 1919

Litigation alleging that Deutsche Bank, Bank of Nova Scotia and HSBC Plc illegally fixed the price of silver were centralised in a Manhattan federal court yesterday. The banks have been accused of rigging the price of billions of dollars in silver to the detriment of investors globally.

Lawsuits filed by investors since July over the allegations were consolidated yesterday in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, following an order issued last Thursday by the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation, a special body of federal judges that decides when and where to consolidate related lawsuits.

The banks abused their position of controlling the daily silver fix to reap illegitimate profit from trading, hurting other investors in the silver market who use the benchmark in billions of dollars of transactions, according to the suit.

Investors claim, the banks unlawfully manipulated silver and silver futures.


The U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation ruled that the cases should be handled by U.S. District Judge Valerie Caproni in Manhattan, who is already overseeing similar litigation over alleged gold price fixing.

Three lawsuits were originally filed in Manhattan, and two were filed in Brooklyn. The plaintiffs in the Brooklyn lawsuits had sought to have the litigation consolidated there.

The banks had also asked that the litigation be consolidated in Brooklyn, in the Eastern District of New York. However, the multidistrict litigation panel said Manhattan made more sense because the defendants all had corporate offices there and also because the cases involved issues similar to the gold litigation.

The plaintiffs allege that the banks abused their power as participants in the silver fix, a London based benchmark pricing method dating back to the Victorian era, in which banks fixed silver prices once a day by phone.

In August, the system was replaced by a new benchmark system administered by the CME (Chicago Mercantile Exchange) and Thomson Reuters.

HSBC spokesman Neil Brazil declined to comment and representatives of the other banks did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

This follows the initiation of similar actions against some bullion banks for alleged gold price manipulation earlier this year. The three named banks, Deutsche Bank, Bank of Nova Scotia, and HSBC are alleged to have abused their position at the LBMA to profit from inside knowledge.

The fixing of the price of silver is a daily operation where banks on the panel of the LBMA agree on a price for the precious metals which are then used throughout the financial, jewellery and mining industries throughout the day.

It is alleged that some of the banks who fix the price, position themselves advantageously in the silver market before the price is made public.

“Defendants have a strong financial incentive to establish positions in both physical silver and silver derivatives prior to the public release of silver fixing results, allowing them to reap large illegitimate profits,” plaintiff Scott Nicholson told the AFP.

Separately, Bullion Desk reported yesterday that JPMorgan Chase Bank is now the fifth accredited member of the silver pricing benchmark, the LBMA has confirmed, with others parties “in the pipeline”, a spokesman said.
The American multinational bank which has been the subject of silver manipulation allegations by Max Keiser and others, took part in its first silver benchmarking session yesterday.

A spokesperson said they had completed “strict regulatory controls” for accredited members..

JP Morgan becomes the fifth member, alongside HSBC Bank USA, Mitsui & Co Precious Metals, the Bank of Nova Scotia – ScotiaMocatta and UBS AG.
Furthermore, the LBMA has confirmed that several other parties are also in the process of joining the list, subject to passing regulatory requirements.
Several Chinese banks have expressed interest in participating in the new global price setting mechanism for silver, according to the head of the LBMA.
The LBMA ushered in a new era of electronic benchmarking for London’s precious metals market in August when an algorithm was used for the first time to set the benchmark price for silver after recent scandals regarding price fixing and concerns about the nature of the gold and silver fix.

It will be interesting to see if Chinese banks partake in the new fix process as the concern is that the fixes remain the play things of certain western banks and are not representative of global physical demand and supply of actual gold and silver bullion.

Manipulation of the silver market was covered in a recently released ‘Get REAL’ Special on Silver presented by Jan Skoyles. Mark O’Byrne of Goldcore.com was interviewed and the interview was an in depth look at this silver

Wanna know why the US is in such bad financial shape??

Posted by silverngold @ 19:25 on October 15, 2014  

more than Exxon and BofA combined

Any questions??

what’s wrong with this picture

Posted by eeos @ 18:40 on October 15, 2014  

whats wrong with this guy      Dude where's your costume

Ebola patient transfer at Love Field. Who’s this guy? Tell me his name so I can avoid him please. Uh yea I forgot my costume, no one sent me the memo

Osama Obola, okay I’ll call him Barry for short:

“Extraordinary low chance of Ebola outbreak” Translation- we’re screwed. When was the last time the half wit was right or told truth on anything?

“I shook hands with and kissed.. Some of the nurses at Emory… I felt perfectly safe” Pres Obola explaining only symptomatic are infectious. Down inside he’s probably shite-ing himself. 

“the dangers of a serious outbreak are extraordinarily low. We are taking this very seriously at the highest levels of Govt.”


The turd Netflicker sinks

Posted by eeos @ 16:55 on October 15, 2014  

bahaaaaa! what was it? A “pocket of air” there anyone?



Commish-the dow could be up 300-but the rest I said was being facetious

Posted by Richard640 @ 16:49 on October 15, 2014  

Trader Dan-talks nonsense-no one is selling gold stocks to raise cash…PM stocks were already skin and bones before the decline started…they will sell the fat cattle-like netflix

Posted by Richard640 @ 16:46 on October 15, 2014  

Trader Dan writes:

Gold thus far has been able to shrug off the selling pressure coming in from those selling it to cover losses in stocks but is having some difficulty getting through the $1250 level. Silver is being drug lower by copper but getting some buying related to gold’s good showing. I fear that if copper cracks $3.00 decisively, silver is going to fall.

With the current equity weakness, unless we get some dose of economic data that is surprisingly strong ( say a jobs number ) instead of the surprisingly weak data we have been getting, gold is drawing support from ideas that any notion of the Fed raising interest rates soon is effectively DOA for the time being.

Richard640 @15:58 – If oil continues down

Posted by commish @ 16:43 on October 15, 2014  

I wouldn’t bet on it.

gold stocks

Posted by ment17 @ 16:38 on October 15, 2014  

mining companies, as represented by $XAU, are presently valued at the same level as they were when gold traded as low as between $350 – $500/oz!

Buygold–the lord giveth….etc [Giggle!]

Posted by Richard640 @ 16:37 on October 15, 2014  

Netflix plunge as earning beat by 3 cents-in a bull mkt, it would have soared

Posted by Richard640 @ 16:05 on October 15, 2014  

Ok, I was wrong-but tomorrow the DOW will be up 300-today was the buying pop of a lifetime

Posted by Richard640 @ 15:58 on October 15, 2014  

We will not see these bargain prices for the rest of our lives….

FYI Six Best Performing Miners All Up On The Year

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 15:55 on October 15, 2014  


Who Put Him There ?

Posted by Ororeef @ 15:53 on October 15, 2014  

post turtle

Today was a bottom for stocks-Russell-S&P midcap-Trannies–all up-PMs hanging on by their fingernails

Posted by Richard640 @ 15:50 on October 15, 2014  

Gold had a test today-It failed!

Happy Hour

Posted by winedoc @ 15:50 on October 15, 2014  

These markets are a casino and a sick joke with real people getting screwed.

I’m happy to stack phyzz, and watch from the sidelines.

Where are all the high fives from just a month ago ??

Bought some jewellery for Mrs Winedoc today, 14 K gold ensemble with pearls.  That makes me feel real good.

Its Happy Hour,  friends  while we watch the PPT   try and bring the DOW back


You thought he was playing Golf

Posted by Ororeef @ 15:43 on October 15, 2014  

obama sutra  The Clubs are behind the couch

re Dr. Copper Succumbing to Deflationary Pressures??

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 15:30 on October 15, 2014  

Lets not forget about Dr. Diesel Oil.

Globalization is going backwards. Long distance delivers are waning. Reality is returning.

It never made sense to deliver or ship a “screwdriver” from China, across the pacific, and across the USA from LA to a NY Home Depot. About 14,000 miles.


Posted by Ororeef @ 15:28 on October 15, 2014  

Maobama T1 marx

Simplicity, Reality, Common Sense, and Gold Is In The Future

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 15:16 on October 15, 2014  

Its all simple mechanical principals. The past 60 years of “manufacturing methods” re the global economy have gotten to convoluted and confusing for continuation of the past.

Everything is unfolding like I thought it would, after 2001, but at a very slow pace. TPTB are very good at delaying and avoiding reality as they cling to the past, which is no longer sustainable for them and everybody else.

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