Weekly ETF Gainers / Losers

Gainers: FXI +3.95%. GAZ +3.72%. URA +3.58%. UNG +3.21%. FCG +2.51%.

Losers: GDXJ -9.76%. GDX -7.79%. VXX -5.53%. PSLV -5.28%. SLV -4.35%.

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  • mako26
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    maybe these metal bears are right i sold my slv at 21 and have been holding off on buying more physical..id like to pay 20 an ounce after commission we'll see
    22 Nov 2013, 06:35 PM Reply Like
  • gmmpa
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    Went to the UK a couple of months back. Came back with a few hundred pounds sterling. Out of general principle I didn't do the exchange to USD because it just pissed me off that in the 2 weeks I was away the pound sterling to USD exchange moved too much in the wrong direction. I have a problem with buying high and selling low in anything especially with securities. It also goes for currency exchange.


    My Silver ETFs (SLV) will go higher soon enough when the market realizes that paper silver is worth more than paper money especially the USD. Physical silver is just too much trouble. Besides my safe is full of more valuable stuff. Then again I believe there is more real value in buying Guns and Ammo. For some reason S&W and CCI has been going up in value since 2008. I can literately can kill two birds with one stone by investing on Guns and Ammo. I can protect my stuff with something that goes up in value when the monetary system collapses as some believe will happen. Pone intended.
    23 Nov 2013, 09:32 PM Reply Like
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    I sell my slv at $21.71 and I buy More and More Silber Phyzz, I want say thanks to banksters short silver paper, I buy More Phyzz ! Lol lol lol
    25 Nov 2013, 08:36 AM Reply Like
  • Brian Bobbitt
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    Every day it gets goofier and more stupid. If some of our leaders get any dumber, we are gonna have to water them twice a week! Two days ago, Mario Draghi thought it wold be good for the ECB might pay NEGATIVE interest rates, that is, charge you to hold your money. Not a new idea but perhaps there is something in the water in the E-zone, and I don't mean vitamins. Of course the euro tanked on that news. Draghi did a Missouri sidestep then to announce he was joking. Well, what else can a central bank do when his biggest worry rises in front of him, the US currency going higher than his? How else is he gonna get money from people, get on his knees?
    This isn't the first time somehow someone has figured out how to make someone pay them to hold their money. Doesn't it seem a little strange. Isn't the goings on in the financial world somewhat worrisome to a normal thinking person.
    Are all the media and CPA's of the world part ostrich? Someone better come out of the woods and stop this nonsense or Sinclair just maybe right.
    And you wonder why I am bullish on Au and Ag? I just can't figger what the he-double L is holding gold down.
    Oh well..... can't wait to see what happens next.
    Capt. Brian
    The Lost Navigator
    22 Nov 2013, 11:44 PM Reply Like
  • Fanebrb
    , contributor
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    I'm buying silver 7 days a week & Sundays also & sleeping good @ night & daytime too!
    23 Nov 2013, 02:33 AM Reply Like
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