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  • Did The Liquidity Trap Cause The Hike In Gold? [View article]
    Why do your kind always measure gold from its top to its bottom, never from its bottom to its top as you do with everything else?
    Feb 8 07:39 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Did The Liquidity Trap Cause The Hike In Gold? [View article]
    Gold watches the money and makes sure it is real, not a paper fantasy. What good is a flowing river if it is a mirage?
    Feb 8 07:36 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Shale: This Time It's Different [View article]
    Just like to add that there is a large body of people that claim there is huge damage to the water from this technique. Some of the worries appear to be legitimate, but I am aware of both sides of the argument, just putting it on the table.
    Feb 8 01:50 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What Is In The Silver? [View article]
    Because it went from thirty cents to 50 dollars an oz after all its ups and downs while the dollar went from 100 cents to under 5 cents. The dollar erosion was nice and steady and orderly for your enjoyment Russian Bear.
    Feb 8 01:22 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What Is In The Silver? [View article]
    Sully great pick, a premier company for sure, however I suggest you play it safe and own both. SLW for all its fine attributes is a piece of paper, silver is a real tangible hard asset which has a long history of being money and will be around long after any single corporation.
    Feb 8 01:17 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Great Basin Gold Faults And Recovers [View article]
    Time for a management shakeup. These gents plod along much to slowly and lack communication skills and focus. Time is Money.
    Feb 8 01:04 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Do Tax And Regulatory Policies Threaten The Dollar? [View article]
    This madness of trying to pick the future value of one piece of fiat paper against another is a great casino game but little else. All currencies should be stabilized and anchored to gold, the only real money, and the world can go about its business of growing and manufacturing good and services without devoting its precious time to worries about currency values, hedging, politicians and their bs, phony government statistics, and all the other madness that comes from printing press money. Stabilize all the worlds bogus paper to gold: and trade and long term business planning will lead to a prosperous world economy.
    Feb 7 03:22 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Did The Liquidity Trap Cause The Hike In Gold? [View article]
    Why then is the fed pledging to keep them surpressed if the free market is doing it for them?
    Feb 7 02:56 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What Lies Ahead For Stocks, Gold, Silver And Platinum After The Greek Default? [View article]
    Conservative investors opt for the non volatile bond and stock markets over gold??? Your kidding. As for Greenspan and Bernanke watching the price of gold, they were the two greatest creators of fiat paper in the history of the world!
    Feb 6 01:52 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • What Lies Ahead For Stocks, Gold, Silver And Platinum After The Greek Default? [View article]
    No way Avery, Gold has gone from 35 to 1900 alongside the greatest fiat paper explosion ever seen. It inhibited no one from printing as much as they wished. This gold is bad nonsense has gone the way of high button shoes. Venerabilty, a frequent and admired commentator on SA has it correct when she says Gold is good, representing growth, a world wide rising middle class, and a world wide pricing mechanism away from single country control. The public cares nothing about the gold price, higher oil prices and food prices are their only concern and is how they perceive inflation
    Feb 6 01:25 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Did The Liquidity Trap Cause The Hike In Gold? [View article]
    Avi, How do you have negative interest rates in a free market? Is it too much to expect that interest rates should approximate inflation rates in market that is not tampered with. I might be willing to agree with you that over the longer term the market will eventually express itself, but in the shorter term the Fed is quite influential. Gold is a perfect example of government tampering. They attempted to fix it's price for years and were quite successful until the London pool was busted by the French demanding gold for dollars. Once it broke free from its shackles it went many multiples of its fixed price, but they held it at bay for quite a while until the market forces took over.
    Feb 6 01:15 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What Lies Ahead For Stocks, Gold, Silver And Platinum After The Greek Default? [View article]
    Perhaps you are correct Avery. Way too many variables and unintended consequence scenarios to consider. Sitting tight with ones gold is the safest course of action IMHO.
    Feb 6 07:23 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • New Gold: A Perfect Storm For Growth [View article]
    Great stock and good growth story, but 2018 production start is a bit too far out for me to add to existing positions. At these prices takeout potential from a major with a thirst for reserves and long term production growth would be it's main attraction IMHO. Nice article stressing long term potential from a fundamental view. Thanks
    Feb 3 03:04 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Endeavour Silver: Managing Inventory Creates Value For Investors [View article]
    It was Eric Sprott David, he sent a letter to all silver producers exhorting them to hold bullion rather than cash in their inventory.
    Feb 2 08:18 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Great Basin Gold Faults And Recovers [View article]
    Very surprised that another company hasn't tried to acquire Great Basin at these levels. Two great looking mines, lots of reserves, and the years of work and capital outlays to finally get into production are over. It would seem Hollister alone is worth more than this absurd price?? Is there something we are not seeing.??
    Feb 2 04:46 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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