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Silver going nuclear?

Silver has put on 15% in the last 10 days, approaching a 3-month high.

Is the dam about to burst?




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25% in 14 days! Its still going.

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Obedience to God is resistance to tyrants.

Silver hits $24!

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Obedience to God is resistance to tyrants.

Silver going unclear.

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Lol

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Obedience to God is resistance to tyrants.

i'm pretty confident we hit

i'm pretty confident we hit bottom somewhere in the $18 range. i work in the precious metals industry as a broker.

this rally as of late, i believe anyway, is an indication of that. that being said, i think silver will correct downward maybe another $0.75 cents to $1.00.

maybe a little bit more. I would love it to do so, so I can use some dry powder to cost average my position.

Check out USLV. triple long silver ETF. A several month swing trade may be a nice play going into the winter.

All paper money eventually returns to its real intrinsic value, zero. - Voltaire

I'm a super long term

I'm a super long term gold/silver bull but I can't argue with the technicals. On the daily chart (https://www.tradingview.com/x/n07SPvLI/) you can see the 200,100,50,and 20 day moving averages are all perfectly aligned and sloping downwards. This suggests a bear market, on the daily time frame.

This rally in silver is most likely a bear market rally, exuberant, luring longs back in only to plunge to new lows.

Bottoming is a long and drawn out process (Look in the coal sector for examples - eg. ANR, CLF, JRCC).

There is no bear market with silver

If you look long term you will see silver has been climbing for ten years. This down swing is just a dip caused by manipulators.

http://www.kitco.com/scripts/hist_charts/yearly_graphs.plx

If the British government needs to recover silver from a depth of 3 miles in the Atlantic Ocean to give the Bullion banks silver. I would say thats a pretty good sign we are out of silver. The British knew where the ship sank and hired a recovery team to go after it.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/record-61-tons-silver-...

Gold standard: because man can not be trusted to control his greed

I said on the daily time

I said on the daily time frame. Silver is still in a bull market on the monthly time frame as you have pointed out and could be possibly headed for a bear market on the weekly time frame.

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I played the Silver move

by purchasing Silver Wheaton (SLW) and I'm up 11% in two days. Very nice!

That is nice.

Ive been watching silver wheaton. Just too pricey per share for a poor man like myself. Just went with SVM, silver corps and am in the green with it so far. Good luck

Anyone watching any good potential pennystocks right now? ACTC looks very intresting and could see a sharp spike upward in the near future.

So how is your SVM trade going?

My Wheaton trade is up about 13% in two weeks... not bad at all!

Buy As Much As You Can Afford And Hold On

Be patient..

Pretty Big Jump Today.....

Over a $1.00 per once gain. That's about 4.75% gain for the day.

Was the J.P. Morgan announcement a ruse in preparation?

They are importing to fill orders, and Bundesbank was not allowed to see their physical which has caused quiet a stir in Germany, could this be the era we've been waiting for? Remember that the major markets only dropped 200 points, riddle me this, what happens when there is a 700-1K drop as metals are "finally" showing signs of disconnecting from the dollar.

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"It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds." ~ Samuel Adams
If they hate us for our freedom, they must LOVE us now....

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Fall

is typically the "on" season too. What has me really intrigued is that silver is increasing as the stock market decreases. This is a good sign that speculative money exited silver so we've likely established a true bottom and can expect increases in price which are not as QE dependent. I think talk of tapering QE will much more sharply effect the bond and stock markets and may be a boon for gold/silver.

The takedown of gold & silver was just the result too much

QE given to the banks from the FED. They hammered PM but artificially inflated other commodities.

The FED thought their QE program would stimulate the economy but big banks like JPM were busy sucking up every dollar before it could get to small business.

No wonder the FED was threatening to kick the banks out of the commodities.

Gold standard: because man can not be trusted to control his greed

You realize that JPM owns 52%

You realize that JPM owns 52% of the stock of the FED right?

But who owns the Morgue

The House of Morgan

The Federal Reserve Bank was born in 1913, the same year US banking scion J. Pierpont Morgan died and the Rockefeller Foundation was formed. The House of Morgan presided over American finance from the corner of Wall Street and Broad, acting as quasi-US central bank since 1838, when George Peabody founded it in London.

Peabody was a business associate of the Rothschilds. In 1952 Fed researcher Eustace Mullins put forth the supposition that the Morgans were nothing more than Rothschild agents. Mullins wrote that the Rothschilds, “…preferred to operate anonymously in the US behind the facade of J.P. Morgan & Company”

http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-federal-reserve-cartel-the-...

Gold standard: because man can not be trusted to control his greed

Nice find. You'd be

Nice find.

You'd be interested watching the History Channel's "The Men who Built America." It aired in October, almost a year ago. I watched it then and when it re-aired, in February. I don't know if the four part series is on HC's website, but if it is and you can skip forward, go to the third part and watch minutes 9 to 11 then forward to an hour later to the minute (if commercials are involved or sooner if no commercials are involved) and watch those two or three minutes.

The latter scene is at the halfway point in the third part, each part two hours long including commercials when it aired on television. I believe these two scenes parallel each other deliberately, that the first one foreshadows the second one and that when they occur is deliberate. If I recall correctly, in the first scene Junius and his son Julius, by then long wealthy, walk down shadowy hall in their mansion talking about relations between America and Europe. The second scene, Junius is deceased and Julius sits on a table in the shadow along the back wall and talks to inventor Thomas Edison who is in a chair in the lit portion of the room. Edison was confused about something Julius said and asked for clarification to which Julius emerges from the shadow walking slowly to the camera and repeats what he said but said it fully, the one time in this series the name Rothschild is mentioned, capped with the title lord, even.

You'll find these scenes and the series interesting. One last thing about the series, at the end of the second part, Rockefeller, Carnegie and Morgan (or maybe it was Vanderbilt or someone else), were sitting in chairs facing each other and said: We'll have to buy the presidency. So they did. And have from then on. This series let out a couple nuggets, nuggets theorists, thinkers, truth seekers and (true) historians have long believed and tried to educate people on.

Regarding silver, JP Morgan and other banks of that size and larger are outlets in silver and gold dispersion among people in our country and worldwide. Silver and gold are rackets that will destroy the dollar, which is the thread keeping the United States out of world government. Once the dollar is seen separate of gold and silver, where their values no longer can be influenced by quantitative easing, which, ironically and paradoxically, tightens the dollar-gold-and-silver connection in the short run but weakens that connection in the long run, all but in name/outright will the US government be secondary to internationalism, that is, to government agencies and corporations spanning the world and coming to head at a centrality worldwide. The dollar is mankind's last defense against internationalism, against forced togetherism, is mankind's last offense for nationalism/separatism.

About JP Morgan, it's small potatoes in the scheme of how the world works, but it is a potato. JP Morgan is one of many appendages of the Rothschild octopus. Morgan, as Rockefeller and the others were (and are?), is or was an agent of Rothschild. Morgan was R's financial arm, Rocky R's oil arm, Carnegie R's steel arm, Vanderbilt R's railroad arm, these names the most known on a list long. Rocky is numero uno in America, having owned JP Morgan for quite some time, I believe, but I think Rocky is losing its grip of Morgan to Rothschild, which is why I think it is majority owner or participant in the Fed. This participation slows Rothschild from pulling Morgan away from Rocky. Chase Bank, once Chase Manhattan Bank, was Rocky but I think has changed to Rothschild.

Don't mind DPer Sierra. He talks endlessly about gold and silver exploding. He's been talking this way for four years, however long he's been a DP member. Once I tried talking with him, but his interest is regurgitation and believing Simon Says rather than thinking about what Simon says while belittling who disagrees with him. The prescription for Syndrome Sierra is the ignore pill. Ignore Sierra.

Take it easy, buddy. Good luck fighting the hell taking place in our country.

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Interesting, but...

not true that "Silver and gold are rackets that will destroy the dollar". Huh? They have nothing to do with the destruction of the dollar. They represent a neutral repository of roughly constant value. What is destroying the dollar is the QE/ money printing of the fed, coupled with the intentionally unsustainable high spending and borrowing of the federal government.

As you say though, this is being done to destroy the US as a nation. However in terms of its being done in order to bring the US under NWO control, not really because it is already under that control, as demonstrated by the consistently treasonous policy of the federal government. That is why the only true road to Liberty for Americans now is state independence - secession - from the federal government.

It would be more accurate to say it is being done in order to bring the as yet fairly independent-minded American population under NWO control, by destroying their wealth, generally held in dollars. Owning gold and silver is a hedge and protection against that happening.

Obedience to God is resistance to tyrants.

Currency, a thing is a thing

Sure currencies A, B and C affect each other. How often each currency is used affects the other(s) -- their values, that is. "How often" -- or frequency -- arrives by one method: the individual's use of it. Therefore, how many times the individual uses a currency affects the values of the currencies he doesn't use. An extension of this equation to take in account is: the number of individuals using a currency.

Delineation:

Currencies in use: A, B and C.

A -- origin is Y which has one channel of distribution
B -- origin is X which has many channels of distribution
C -- origin is X which has many channels of distribution

Each currency is used worldwide.
A is used more by governments than by individuals.
B and C are used by individuals more than by governments.

B's and C's values are connected to A's use.
A's use shrinks while use of B and C grow.

Why would B and C not supplant A?

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Bull

That's like saying "a desert island half a mile away caused the ship to sink". No it didn't, they are unconnected. The ship (the dollar) would have sunk even if the island (precious metals) was not there, because it was full of leaks, badly maintained and woefully overloaded. The island would also be there even if the ship did not sink. (In fact, the only way for the ship to stay afloat would be to put in to the island for repairs!! - Gold standard.)

Also, I think you're making it needlessly complex to sound more intelligent. Gold and silver have intrinsic value, the dollar does not, it's as simple as that. If they make so many dollars that there's nothing of value to back them up, which they have, then each dollar becomes worth a lot less.

Finally, the fiat dollar is no friend to American Liberty, it is its enemy.

Obedience to God is resistance to tyrants.

If you want to be civil about

If you want to be civil about this argument, I'll talk with you. If you want to insult me, this sentence is my last one to you.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton F. Dutton

I didn't see anything uncivil about his retort...

maybe things were getting just a little too hot under the collar for you to make a well-formed response?

Classic passive/aggressive ploy on your part though...well played...well played indeed!

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Right.

Right.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

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You are being over-sensitive.

And that conveniently allows you to avoid answering the point being made. :D

Obedience to God is resistance to tyrants.

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Could you provide a link?

No.

Silver will probably dip again as "ending QE" talks get louder.

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interest rates hit a new 1

DOW has back to back triple digit daily losses and interest rates hit a new 1 year high as well along with the modest gains of silver and gold...very, very interesting......