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  • Gold: The Declines Won't Stop Here [View article]
    I as watching a soccer match today. My team was losing so I blamed the score board. Instead of finding fault in the teams actual performance, I decided to believe that the score board was being manipulated.

    Herr Herr Herr................
    Mar 28 02:42 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold: The Declines Won't Stop Here [View article]
    What makes Chinese and Indians so smart?

    Are they all mini versions of Buffett? Nope.
    Mar 28 02:34 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • When To Buy Silver? Prices Failing To Come Back [View article]
    Yeah you are right, at silverdoctors and daily gold you get a CLEAR and UNBIASED view on precious metals. Not "anyone" can post. All you will get is sweet sweet silverbuggery.
    Mar 17 02:12 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Now A Good Time To Buy Gold? [View article]
    The correlation of gold and the dollar is not as strong as people think.

    They will both rise.
    Jul 9 12:06 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Welcome To The Desert Of The Real [View article]
    You read my mind. 1937.

    Isn't it interesting how history "rhymes", but does not repeat exactly?

    The present also reminds me of some elements of 1974, 1925, and the collapse of the roman empire.
    Jun 26 09:15 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Welcome To The Desert Of The Real [View article]
    People who focus on QE too much are missing the big picture.
    I would say the big picture says that capital, on a global level, is actually disappearing. It doesn't matter what central banks do with financial companies' balance sheets or what ever bond buying. It is small compared to overall deleveraging.
    Jun 25 10:53 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold: I Hate To Say I Told You So, But I Told You So [View article]
    Speaking of ammo, the ammo crisis is pretty much over.
    Start looking for deals....
    Jun 24 11:47 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What Are Reasonable Gold Market Expectations? [View article]
    Provide reasoning, or your wasting your time.

    I for one, would love to hear the strongest of bear cases for gold.
    Jun 24 10:54 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Paradigm Shift Has Begun - This Isn't Going To Be Pretty [View article]
    Yes, what you have said is interesting. Among us, there are too many bears. But, I believe if you look at the big picture. Mainstream retail investors are default bulls. At this point, it is hard to tell. My gut, says "too many are expecting a collapse", but my brain is telling me that the fundamentals are poor. Boy is it tough?
    Jun 12 11:43 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Does Anything Make Gold Go Up Anymore? Price Action Suggests Remaining Short [View article]
    Great article on gold from a trading perspective. Like Jim Rogers says, its really unnatural for any asset to go up 10 years in a row without a break.
    Jun 12 11:10 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • S&P 500: Do Not Buy This Dip [View article]
    uh, nope. "doomers and gloomers" are dominant.

    Why is your comment the most liked then???

    hahahahaha.
    Jun 1 11:56 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A False Dawn In The Land Of The Rising Sun [View article]
    Hello, just piling in here:

    Let me give another angle to the Japan situation.
    Japanese culture is dysfuctional.
    Japanese people are dysfunctional.
    Japanese families are dysfunctional.
    Japanese society is dysfunctional.
    Japanese government is dysfunctional.
    Japanese economy is dysfunctional.

    Economies= people.
    Japan is toast unless they undergo rapid bold changes.
    Jun 1 11:51 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • U.S. Dollar Breakout: Gold To $1,250, Silver To $19 By Year End [View article]
    Hey Mike, your wasting your breath.
    Good article by the way. This comment section re-affirms your suspicions. Every time a real analyst analyzes the gold market, it is drowned out by fanaticism. They don't even reason, they just keep repeating a "meme" if you will, a preprogrammed phrase.

    Here are some gold/silver fanatic phrases that require no thought:

    1. "Manipulation by the fed and bankers!"
    2. "Manipulation by Bernanke!"
    3. "There is no gold in fort knox!"
    4. "Paper ponzi is going to collapse!"
    5. "US dollar is worthless and going to collapse!"
    6. "We are going into hyperinflation!"
    7. "At____ price you won't be able to get any physical!"
    The list goes on.

    As you can see these phrases and themes have no meaning and reasoning behind them. As a crowd, they keep repeating these ideas and phrases like a cult.
    May 30 02:20 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Inflation Never Came [View article]
    The average response in this comment section reads like this:

    "But, but, but hyperinflation! derpa derp bills too damn high!. derp derp did you see them grocery bills?!?!? derp derhp Weimar, derp dollar crash, derp Bernanke fiat Bernanke fiat derrrrrrrr"

    The intelligence level is that of a retarded person hit repeatedly with a 2x4.

    Let me teach you some facts:
    1. Inflation is the increase in money supply. Period.
    2. Rising commodities do not mean there is inflation.
    commodities rise for many reasons. Money can flow into many things (bonds, currencies, commodities, consumption, real estate, cash)
    3. What happened in Germany is different from our current situation. Germany had hyperinflation because it was a fringe economy that was given gold reparations that were impossible to pay. The US is the core economy and reserve currency. It is actually more likely that the US will implode in a deflationary collapse.
    4. If you look at the dollar index. We are where we were in 2005. That's right boys, the dollar has held stable since 2005!
    May 22 11:31 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Inflation Never Came [View article]
    Ah, Jason, if the average sheep are scared of deflation, then why are all the sheep here scared of inflation? hahaha.

    Look at the sentiment here. These people here are going to get slaughtered. I suggest holding cash for the near term.
    May 22 11:21 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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