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  • Russia takes aim at McDonald's as ties with U.S. worsen [View news story]
    This is what you get when you have a "leader" like our Campaigner in Chief. Maybe the King can get his wife to tweet out a red line to Putin.
    Jul 26 04:04 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold Manipulation: What Investors Should Do Now [View article]
    I guess I misunderstood your comment on golds value - "That does not mean that gold has any monetary function or value."
    Jun 6 08:31 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold Manipulation: What Investors Should Do Now [View article]
    ^ ". . . That is why I don't think gold bulls will ever see the value increase they are expecting until this game is over."

    That, that is why you want to own PMs as a percentage of your assets. This game, the way it is being played today at micro second speed, this game has the potential to drive all paper & digital "assets" and accounts instantly into the toilet. It took the Wiemar Republic a little over a year to do it with a printing press in 1922-1923. How fast could it happen with digital money and savings accounts? A few days? Good luck trying to find anyone to exchange your paper for their gold and silver. Enjoy being wiped out.
    Jun 6 08:12 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold Manipulation: What Investors Should Do Now [View article]
    James - - "They are loading up on Gold as a reserve asset. Just as they buy government bonds and even stocks. That does not mean that gold has any monetary function or value."

    Heem - - Gold has NO value?? Paper does??

    How many governments bonds have lost all their value? Germany WW1 WW2, French Assignat, Pre-Revolution Russia, etc, etc, etc.

    When has ANY gold lost all it's value?

    You're beating a dead horse.
    Jun 6 07:48 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold Manipulation: What Investors Should Do Now [View article]
    James - "The fact of the matter is that the price of gold is as virtually as irrelevant to monetary policy as the price of Twitter (TWTR). In today's day and age, gold is just another commodity or investment asset. Whether it's value goes up or down is fundamentally irrelevant to the monetary system. Thus, central banks don't need to bother worrying about gold -- much less coming up with vast conspiracies to suppress its value."

    Heem - Wow. All well and good if you believe in a printing press. How did that work all down through history?
    Jun 6 04:15 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold Manipulation: What Investors Should Do Now [View article]
    Yeti, you hit the nail on the head.

    Amazingly, some people still have a lot of trust in the status quo . . . flying in the face of everything that has come to light in our financial system since October of 2008. That, and the blatant in your face abuse of power and use of propaganda/lies by His Royal Majesty King O and his gang, with the blessing of the mainstream media. Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain.
    Jun 6 04:04 PM | 9 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Seattle to boost wage floor to $15 per hour [View news story]
    SivBum

    You are arguing that minimum wage should be set to support a family. Minimum wage is , , , minimum. It was NEVER a career choice, it was a part time job until you got a real job. Everyone, this is what happens when you open doors you shouldn't. NOW we have people saying the min wage needs to be set to support a family!! Just like . . "Oh the poor people sneaking across our border looking for work. Let them be." Fast forward and now we have a NWO King who wants no border, illegal alien Democrat voters for life, and payed for by holding a gun to working Americans heads.
    Jun 3 02:59 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Seattle to boost wage floor to $15 per hour [View news story]
    Personal responsibility, almost dead in America. Last one out turn off the lights.
    Jun 3 02:09 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Seattle to boost wage floor to $15 per hour [View news story]
    SivBum -

    What do you tell them??? Life's tough when you screw up. Don't ask me to pay for your screw ups. Accept personal responsibility - if you can't afford kids do not have them. We have an extreme version of this with the welfare class "income checks for kids program". Now you want to reward people for not applying themselves in school and life. That is what $15 min wage does.
    Jun 3 02:01 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Seattle to boost wage floor to $15 per hour [View news story]
    $5 value menu on the horizon. Way to go Peoples Republic of Seattle. Why learn anything in school, or go to college, when you can vote for Demoncrats who will legislate a comfortable life style for you. The country is heading down the Greece path thanks to professional politicians who will do anything to stay in power and rob the system.
    Jun 3 12:42 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Seattle to boost wage floor to $15 per hour [View news story]
    SivBum, living on $7 an hour with kids is your game plan? Seriously, get motivated and find a good paying job. That may mean leaving the kids with a relative and searching the country till you find one. They are out there but the problem is $7 an hour people don't have the vision to make things happen and take control of their lives. I would not have any kids without a good paying job. You are already behind the 8ball and have a lot of ground to make up.
    Jun 3 12:34 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 10 Stocks To Buy Now: Be Cautious - But Don't Panic: Part 2 [View article]
    Hilo - - "It's a market of stocks. If 99.99% are overvalued it doesn't impact me in the least because there are at least 20 that I know of that are _begging_ to be bought, right here, right now."

    IMO, if they are "begging to be bought", and the market is not buying, my bet is they'll be flat right up till the correction then drop.
    May 17 10:45 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why McDonald's Is Not A Top Idea [View article]
    A big market correction could drive it below the low 70s. In May of 2002 it was at $30 and then dropped below $13 in March of 2003.
    May 1 01:46 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Exxon Mobil Is Heading To $110 [View article]
    Good article. This company is a no brainer.
    Apr 30 11:54 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why McDonald's Is Not A Top Idea [View article]
    " . . . we'd grow very interested in McDonald's in the low-$70s, a level that is not too far away (even if it seems so at this juncture)."

    I'm in agreement, $75 is my buy in price also, but to me that seems a long ways off. If this market corrects I'll be pouncing on it and a few others.
    Apr 28 07:56 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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