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  • GLD: True Sentiment Shifts Or The Next Bull Trap? [View article]
    labradoodle: OK, your are completely correct and I will have to change my entire thesis.

    The value of the Dollar will be cut in half in, what are we talking here, 3-5 years?

    Sounds totally realistic and plausible, how could I have missed it.
    Jul 30 11:41 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: True Sentiment Shifts Or The Next Bull Trap? [View article]
    james: Putin's actions will send gold above $1750?

    Do you want to start taking bets on this? Sign me up.
    Jul 27 09:33 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: True Sentiment Shifts Or The Next Bull Trap? [View article]
    TheVet: "Why do we continue to hear this nonsense that "gold pays no interest" when comparing it to dollars or other currencies. "

    That's because it doesn't, and never will.
    Jul 27 09:32 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: True Sentiment Shifts Or The Next Bull Trap? [View article]
    nooseah: "Why don't you toddle of and troll the Yahoo Celebrity web page - much more your speed."

    Looks like someone wants to get their comments deleted.
    Jul 27 09:31 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: True Sentiment Shifts Or The Next Bull Trap? [View article]
    labradoodle: "The fed did this very thing in the 70's. Read your history."

    Sorry, what year is this?

    The two situations have very little to do with one another, and this will not be repeated in the CURRENT period.

    Do you expect to be taken seriously when you say things like "the Fed will wait until the Dollar's value is cut in half?"
    Jul 27 09:30 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: True Sentiment Shifts Or The Next Bull Trap? [View article]
    blejsmith: "Wow! "The Fed will only raise rates when inflation is in double digits"? I'm going to keep track of this quote"

    Haha, good idea. It's amazing how quickly these discussions devolve into conspiracy theories and "sky is falling" scenarios.
    Jul 27 09:28 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: True Sentiment Shifts Or The Next Bull Trap? [View article]
    nooseah: "Perhaps my point was too nuanced for you."

    Not quite.
    Jul 27 09:25 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: True Sentiment Shifts Or The Next Bull Trap? [View article]
    nooseah: Nobody is arguing this. Of course inflation is coming, and so are higher rates.

    Sounds more like you are having a conversation with yourself here.
    Jul 23 10:58 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: True Sentiment Shifts Or The Next Bull Trap? [View article]
    jo-unique: "Give me a break! The gold is gone"

    The gold is gone? So, was this like a magic trick sort of thing? Or more like a bank robbery?
    Jul 23 06:36 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: True Sentiment Shifts Or The Next Bull Trap? [View article]
    CoffeeJoe: "What could possibly go wrong? Baltic Dry at 3 decade lows, meaning trade isn't so hot."

    Is this a US problem or an issue for the entire world? What gives you reason to believe the US is in a worse position to deal with these scenarios (compared to the rest of the world)?

    "S&P making new highs due to FED funded buybacks, adding debt and big bonuses to balance sheets"

    I am not going to say stimulus has not helped support markets. But is this the ONLY reason stocks are trading where they are now? Do you have any specific issues with corporate earnings that lead you to believe current valuations are unwarranted?
    Jul 23 06:31 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: True Sentiment Shifts Or The Next Bull Trap? [View article]
    Coffee Joe: Not sure this is the best example for the point you are trying to make. Do you think your cereal is being made in China?

    How about going with something that is actually imported.
    Jul 23 06:20 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: True Sentiment Shifts Or The Next Bull Trap? [View article]
    nooseah: "Sadly for all the talking heads this scenario has roundly failed to materialise (although Mr Cox appears to have spotted some strong macro data, of late, to support his strong dollar view)"

    I do not know what you are talking about. The numbers are objective and speak for themselves, I dont know how I can "appear to spot" positive data.

    The transitory nature of recent events is something I have discussed repeatedly in recent articles.
    Jul 23 06:14 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: True Sentiment Shifts Or The Next Bull Trap? [View article]
    CameronN: "Have you considered the impact of inflation in an economic environment in which the fed raises rates?"

    These are fair points and a good example of the way markets are not uni-directional. Of course there are bullish and bearish factors at work in any scenario. No environment for any asset is ever 100% favorable or unfavorable.

    The factors implied by your question will be small in comparison. Forests and trees here, Cameron.
    Jul 22 04:25 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: True Sentiment Shifts Or The Next Bull Trap? [View article]
    The Vet: "You seem to have ignored the clear signs that the current rising geopolitical tensions are having on the demand for US dollars as the world reserve currency."

    Sorry, wrong here too. The Dollar just broke 1.35 in EUR/USD and has been making gains when these types of headlines are being aired.
    Jul 22 03:04 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: True Sentiment Shifts Or The Next Bull Trap? [View article]
    whowho77: "US debt is now stood at 18T and change."

    I don't want to get off topic here but debt is not permanent, despite what the conspiracy theory guys want you to think.

    Take a look at the US numbers during the Clinton administration.
    Jul 22 02:28 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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