Comment: Gold, Silver & Other Barbaric Relic Market Fundamentals? Humbug!

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Gold, Silver & Other Barbaric Relic Market Fundamentals? Humbug!

[How might casino metal traders judge the current? ... How they see the flow?]

At casinos such as Kitco, we sell paper-options. We do it electronically, with the latest technology. We have little need for metal storage. Our Swiss Army Terabyte Knife data bases fit on our automobile key ring. Trading is nearly all automatic from our prospective. Anywhere. Anytime. Nary a mental exercise. We watch charts all day long. What we see may seem like bends in a raging river to you. A waterfall or two. For us, we don't mind. We don't even get wet. We don't need Barbaric Relics.

Market fundamentals mean little to us. In fact, so little even Kitco stopped posting them in 2009. They too had little use for fundamentals. Pump & dump seems all together more profitable. So, whether a canoe or riverboat...

London? Have you looked at the Kitco Charts lately? Humbug. Fundamentals? Left town in 2009. London is gone. Lost. Done & gone... According to Kitco charts.

Got my Swiss Army Knife Terabyte Database right here on my key ring. Would you like to make a trade? Option or future? ... Gold? ... Silver? ...

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