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  • How Far The Gold Sell-Off Could Go, And Strategies That'll Save You [View article]
    You make some valid points however you fail to address the obvious comparison....After Breton Woods, the US Dollar became the "new gold standard"...Since gold cannot be printed, and since there have been approx 20 Trillion dollars printed in the past 9 years, how do you explain the comparison?

    Yes, deflation is the new scare, and that would be essentially bad for gold prices, however, it is well known that the World's Central Banks, and in particular, the U.S. Fed "always" choose inflation over it's ugly cousin and they have made that point over and over again over the past five years or so. Yes, M2 has been decelerating over those years, but what happens when in reverses, which it inevetably will? There isw a strong argument for the other side of this trade in the long term, maybe even the medium term, don't you agree?
    Apr 17 12:16 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • International Lithium Newsletter ILC.v TNR.v LIT [View instapost]
    Doesn't TNR Gold still own 25 to 50% of ILC?
    Mar 7 01:39 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Emotion And Investing Strategy: Focus On Precious Metals [View article]
    Considering MUX. Watching closely.
    Nov 26 02:34 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Brigus Gold Corp Management Discusses Q3 2013 Results - Earnings Call Transcript [View article]
    Long BRD. It's a great story with a deliberate upward momentum.
    Nov 19 02:46 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The 'Sword Of Damocles For Emerging Markets' [View article]
    Just wondering why SA editors print your randem thoughts whenever you decide to jot some down, with no analysis, charting, reasoning, research or external source provided.

    Do you still get paid for this stuff?
    Nov 17 10:14 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Lithium Stocks That Could Explode [View article]
    All a penny stock like Rodinia has to do is "heat up" , and I believe it will.....I own some Rodinia as well as others mentioned here.....http://bit.ly/184Qltx
    Nov 4 02:08 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Disruptive Material: Where You Might Invest In What Will Change The World [View article]
    Excellent article! Thanks for your thoughts! You might have added Flinders (FDR-T) to the mix as they just starting shipping graphite to Germany from their Woxnia site.
    Aug 9 10:48 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Quantitative Counterfeiting, Banker Theft And The Argument For Hard Assets Like Gold, Silver And Platinum [View instapost]
    Thanks for your input. I agree, This should have been allowed as an article, but SA rules basically forbid it.
    Jun 4 09:22 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Invest Like A Rounder: Don't Give Anything Away [View article]
    Common sense article. Thanks
    Apr 26 03:31 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Is The Recent Fall In Inflation Expectations A Warning Sign? [View article]
    Here's a sure way to become a millionaire!

    Stuff a billion dollars in U.S. cash in your mattress. Wait long enough and you will definately be a millionaire!
    Apr 25 06:32 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • What's Wrong With This Picture? [View article]
    agree....lack of bullish sentiment is usually a contrary indicator. Bull markets always climb a wall of worry, central banks always land on the side of inflation, and a rising market is often a percusor to inflation. There is an insane race to the bottom for national fiat currencies in hopes of driving their markets higher.

    Will it all end badly? Most likely, but enjoy the ride for now!
    Apr 25 06:23 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Are Gold Stocks Oversold? [View article]
    Oversold might indeed be an understatement, especially in the junior and mid tier producers who have been hammered the most, but still produce in the 100,000 oz range every year.

    Can you say takeover targets....
    Apr 25 06:16 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Physical Gold Vs. Paper Gold: The Ultimate Disconnect [View article]
    floor or no floor, the games will still get played by the same people who have been playing them in this market for 20 years now. However, it is getting to a point where the bull market for physical gold will impact their ability to play games.

    86% of last years entire world production of physical gold went to three countries, China, India and Russia. This is a massive transfer of wealth from west to east, and it will continue. It will end the days of the big gamers in the paper market.

    See--Gold sees largest one day pop since last June on strength of physical buying-->http://dld.bz/c29aJ
    Apr 25 06:14 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • A Call On A Market Top And Why Gold Is Imploding [View article]
    The logic is sound but what cash? I bought the Chinese Yuan and Mexican Peso 18 months ago and they have both increased against gold and the USD. I bought Sony as the Yen took a dive and it did quite well (In one month)

    Do you believe the USD stays stable from here? Goes higher? Lower? How about Bitcoins? They seems to be doing well lately!

    When you refer to the great depression returning, are you being U.S. centric? After all that decade saw the rise of Japan and Germany, at our expense.

    Should we sell the British pound against the USD? How about the Brazilian Rial, the Canadian dollar? The Aussie dollar? The United States is a great Country, but is it possible that you are not looking beyond it's borders?
    Apr 23 11:15 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Call On A Market Top And Why Gold Is Imploding [View article]
    The logic is sound but what cash? I bought the Chinese Yuan and Mexican Peso 18 months ago and they have both increased against gold and the USD. I bought Sony as the Yen took a dive and it did quite well (In one month)

    Do you believe the USD stays stable from here? Goes higher? Lower? How about Bitcoins? They seems to be doing well lately!

    When you refer to the great depression returning, are you being U.S. centric? After all that decade saw the rise of Japan and Germany, at our expense.

    Should we sell the British pound against the USD? How about the Brazilian Rial, the Canadina or Aussie dollars? The United States is a great Country, but is it possible that you are not looking beyond it's borders?
    Apr 23 11:10 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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