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No worrys here

All I got is metal from years of D C Avgs and an old boat with repairs needed.

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More Nonsense

As long as there remains a Rothschilds private Bank (Federal Reserve), and a Wall Street free (by law) to do as they please, then there will continue to be artificial depression of gold & silver.

It does not matter how worthless the dollar is. The United States was officially bankrupt back in the early 1930s. The dollar has always been worthless over the course of the last Century, and over the course of our lifetimes.

But control of price comes not from any "supply" or industrial demand. The control comes from this power which is unfettered and makes the policy.

If they can drive down the price from 50 to 17 (silver), then they can drive it down to 4 or whatever they like. If the dollar is rejected Internationally, all that will mean is higher interest rates will be involved.

But if a devalued dollar actually meant higher gold/silver prices, then how do you explain the last 4 years?

Clearly the control comes not from the dollar devaluation, but from the deliberate price fixing itself -- which they can do (by Law).

Canada, Australia, Denmark, And India Are Phasing Out Pennies.

How long before the U.S. phases out pennies???


{Snip}: SINGAPORE - Are you still holding on to a one-cent coin?

You're holding on to a little bit of history. Did you know that the authorities here stopped minting the one cent coins 11 years ago?

Small denomination coins are disappearing around the world.

Just this year, Canada stopped issuing its one-cent piece. Australia, Denmark and India have also stopped producing their smallest denominations....More @ the URL above.


rally stalling...may mean we see new lows first

As previously posted, I had been anticipating a low to form in metals and a rally to correct the decline of recent months to begin, and last week it appeared that such a rally might be underway, but prices are not really rallying the way they ought to if a low is really in.

It's still possible that we have already made a temporary low, but if prices don't get moving upward soon the odds are increasing that we will see new lows before we get the relief rally I have been waiting for.

Trader sentiment is still exceedingly pessimistic, so a rally is definitely nearby, it's just a question of whether it's now or after one more drop.

how many times are you going

how many times are you going to change your story?

look who's talking

Um, excuse me but silver price was about $17.55 when I posted the above comment, before it dropped 70 cents, and only about a quarter below where it was when I said a rally was likely underway. I listened to the market and changed my mind about where the rally would start, but not that a rally was coming, and I did it in time for it to matter. If you want to call that changing my story than that is one time. You come in here 3 weeks after silver crashes 35% and say you made a fortune trading puts. Talk about changing stories! LMAO. Other than that your story is mostly the same, and always wrong, but you think if you wait a few weeks everyone will forget about your previous failed predictions.

P.S. How are those calls you bought doing? You know, the ones you said it was "time to buy" when silver was around $18.50, then said you "didn't get filled" until the next day (after silver dropped below $18.00)? Still holding those, or did you decide to buy puts just in time for the drop below $17?

Maguire - Final Stages Of Historic Capitulation In Gold & Silver

Today London metals trader Andrew Maguire told King World News that what we are seeing in the gold and silver markets is the final stages of a historic capitulation. Maguire also said there was a large buyer in the silver market. Below is what Maguire had to say in Part II of a series of interviews that has now been released on KWN.

Maguire: “Eric, we are really at the final stages of what is a historic capitulation point. Of course we are going to see options and news event gaming continue, but it will be inconsequential in the big picture because the true supply/demand fundamentals will actually be determining a real price that is far less influenced by the synthetic dilution that we are seeing in today’s markets....


Man silver is cheap now, but

Man silver is cheap now, but will it keep going down?

If silver brokers don't follow the market down

it really doesn't matter much.

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Comex Gold Future Price Going To Zero! A Broken Promise.

Reader Comment: The price for Gold on the COMEX Futures Exchange may will decline to ZERO as that is what an unenforceable contract is worth...NOTHING.

... China Russia & China Are Now "The Enemy."
Zero Hedge, Tyler Durden, 09/21/2014.

The suppression of gold prices is essential at all costs to the Anglo-American banking interests. The saber rattling and attempts to lure Russia and China into military conflict are about who controls the financial world.

Russia and China keep accumulating the eternal currency – gold.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

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Onward and upward, for the Dollar index.

Are there any good reasons for the recent dollar value increase?

Are the bankers:

1. trying to bankrupt Russia?
2. getting prices down for the November elections?
3. getting everyone to stop buying metals?
4. pumping-up the dollar in preparation for a massive devaluation?

Any other ideas?


Not sure if this was posted. 2 sides of the coin.


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All Paper-Money Is Going Down; Some Faster Than Others.

What would one do, if not for years of being paid in paper to push paper? Have we lost your way? 2 minute lesson.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul


Ah ha ha :)

You gotta know when to hold 'em and know when to fold 'em....

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DOW is down 250.

Metals have been punched down so far that they are holding at this level despite the stock market plunge.

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Again, price of gold doesn't match demand....

With 50 Tonnes Of Gold Smuggled In 10 Days, India's Physical Gold Premiums Set To Double


"It’s not pessimistic, brother, because this is the blues. We are blues people. The blues aren’t pessimistic. We’re prisoners of hope but we tell the truth and the truth is dark. That’s different." ~CW

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Sudden US Dollar Surge Sparks Silver & Stocks Smackdown

EURUSD is back under 1.28 (for the first time since July 2013) as sustained USD demand since around 845ET has driven the USD Index up to fresh 4-year highs. Bonds are not reacting much to this significant move (for now) but stocks are pushing to the lows of the day as carry-induced euphoria is failing fast. Precious metals are sliding led by Silver.

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China Moves To Dominate Gold Market With Physical Exchange

China is slowly moving to dominate the global gold market and it is important to join the dots regarding a few key recent developments in China relating to gold.

When the International Board of the Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) was launched last Thursday September 18 during an evening trading session, it was notable that the first transactions were put through by a diverse group comprising HSBC, MKS (Switzerland), and the Chinese banks, ICBC, Bank of China and Bank of Communications.

MKS is the Geneva headquartered precious metals trading group that also owns the large PAMP refinery company in Switzerland.

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Keeping America Alive Requires a World in Flames

For money managers, the USD is an FX safe haven--especially since the capital flowing out of the riskier periphery pushes the USD higher. This makes for a secondary yield--as the USD rises, any asset denominated in USD will gain in relative value. So there's a self-reinforcing feedback loop: As the USD value rises, it attracts more of the money fleeing risk.


"It’s not pessimistic, brother, because this is the blues. We are blues people. The blues aren’t pessimistic. We’re prisoners of hope but we tell the truth and the truth is dark. That’s different." ~CW

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David Morgan of silver-investor.com

On the recent strength of the U.S. dollar, Morgan says, “John Exter’s upside down pyramid explains it very well. The derivative markets blow up, and you go down the pyramid of liquidity. The step above the run to gold is the U.S. dollar. Most people who are under educated about money think if you have physical dollars under your mattress, you are in the safest position you could possibly be in. If you have all of your savings in physical greenback, you don’t have to worry about a bank failure. That is the most important step until that doesn’t work. When that doesn’t work, faith in the dollar is lost or being lost, then where do you go? The answer is you go to money that has lasted for 5,000 years. So, to see the dollar have all this strength and look good, that’s just the step before you go to the last step, which is a run to gold. So, it (the strength of the dollar) doesn’t surprise me. It’s part of the process . . . and the run to the dollar is a precursor that is absolutely necessary before the next step down the pyramid. . . . This is the big picture, and I see how things narrow down and why precious metals are so important in today’s financial system.”


"It’s not pessimistic, brother, because this is the blues. We are blues people. The blues aren’t pessimistic. We’re prisoners of hope but we tell the truth and the truth is dark. That’s different." ~CW

A lot of credit

for this thinking about Exter should go to Trace Meyer that Morgan mentions. I recommend reading Meyer's book, "The Great Credit Contraction." Don't let the 1 star fool you. http://www.amazon.com/Great-Credit-Contraction-Trace-Mayer-e...

Author of Buy Gold and Silver Safely
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Also writing book We the Serfs!

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Thanks Doug

the book looks interesting.

"It’s not pessimistic, brother, because this is the blues. We are blues people. The blues aren’t pessimistic. We’re prisoners of hope but we tell the truth and the truth is dark. That’s different." ~CW

DJP, I quoted Trace a bit in my first book and

am using his inverse pyramid to explain some of what I see things unfolding in my second book. I've corresponded with Trace and although the Lew Rockwell crowd disagrees with this "contraction" aspect of things, although I quoted many Austrians that do agree with it. It's not as black and white, but what is with investments and economics?

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Next book: Illusions of Wealth - due out soon
Also writing book We the Serfs!

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The upside down pyramid has more applications than financial.

I'd say nearly everything else is in the same situation. Nice video. Thanks for posting. No doubt that patience is a virtue.

Silver Price

On Oct 26, 2008 Silver price hit a 6 month bear market bottom of ~$8.40, it then rallied over the next 2 1/2 years to an April 11th, 2011 high ~$49.80. From there the current bear market began.

This morning Silver price hit within ~$0.08 of a secondary Fibonacci retracement, 78.6% of that previous bull market move, at $17.26, and currently it has bounced from that level.

If silver should reverse from this bounce, and violate the $17.26 area, the odds are VERY high, almost certain, that Silver price will continue to retrace down to a minimum of the $8.40 low of Oct 2008. It is Very rare that the final Fibonacci level of 78.6% is exceeded and price does not continue on to the 100% retracement.

From the Feb 26, 2012 high to today, Silver price has made a clear 5 wave decline. Within that 5 decline, from the Aug 26, 2014 high to today, price has made a crystal clear 5 wave ending triangle, which is terminal pattern.

I'm in long here 100% for a significant rally, even possibly the end of the bear market. As RIFR has noted, sentiment is ripe for a rally. I do not however think sentiment is ripe for the end of the bear market. However, if price does rally, and this rally is widely viewed as another bear market rally, then my view on sentiment could change. Most major reversals from a bear market are viewed as "traps" by most, or as RIFR notes in post below, Bull Markets climb a wall of worry. If it were to be the beginning of a new bull market, sentiment would go negative with any pull backs, likely more negative than current levels (levels found at a major bottom), but price would not go to new lows.

Holding a VERY firm, steel reinforced concrete, price stop at $17.20. Any breach of that area will likely lead to a future decline of at least another $9 in Silver price.

RIFR Note: I don't know what Prechter/Hochberg are charting, but I've seen them miss patterns that were so bloody obvious it hurt.
View on a weekly chart: Apr 2011 high to Sept 2011 low is a CLEAR abc decline. Sept 2011 to Feb 2012 is another CLEAR abc decline. And Feb 2012 to current is a CLEAR 5 wave decline. From Apr 2011 to current is a CLEAR 3-3-5 pattern. Could be the end of the bear market, or it could be "A" in a much larger multi decade bear market. Either way I think a MAJOR bounce is at hand. I'm looking at retracement levels for the entire bear market to date: $25 (78.6%), $29.74 (38.1%), $33.57 (50%), ect...

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yes, rally now likely underway

It looks like silver made a low this morning and the rally that I have been anticipating for a couple of weeks or so is now underway. No guarantees of course but should rally for at least a few weeks, and maybe months. Right now I'm not expecting more than a few dollars of upside (silver) but I may change my mind if price action warrants. I'm gonna stay flat metals for now but mainly to focus on stocks. I think major top is likely in and I am short (stock indexes)

Addendum 1 week later: The above was posted Mon, 09/22/2014 - 14:22 and I have left my remarks unchanged, but after a week, the sideways price action has me doubting that a low is really in. See my new post at the top of this thread for more http://www.dailypaul.com/comment/3497244

It's pretty useless to talk

It's pretty useless to talk technical analysis in a market that is 100% manipulated. I can see the cartel using paper to push that paper price down to $5. Only problem, I don't see any physical available at that price. The last time silver was $5, oil was under $20. How exactly does anyone think silver could trade at $5 again when costs to produce are massively higher now?

“Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it’s realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy.”
― Ron Paul

Why am I such an idiot?

Silver just printed at 17.40, which is what I paid for the last batch I bought six years ago. I knew I should have sold it all at 40. I knew I should have sold it all at 34, and I tried to get my mom to sell hers. (My brother talked her out of it.)

So why do I have any silver and gold left? Why am I such an idiot?

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