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  • Paul Krugman says you need to read today's WSJ editorial "The Dollar Adrift" with an eye to the paper's long-term goldbugism: Focusing on currency stability over domestic recovery is a path to disaster.  [View news story]
    I love it when there is an article by Krugman. All the anti-novel laureates come out of their right wing caves to spew their hatred for socialist (which is code word for liberals or Obama Democrats) and froth at the mouth trying to put down the "ignorant" Princeton economic Prof. because they in their infinite wisdom know more than he.
    Oct 30, 2009. 07:56 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Aftershock: Where Does the Next Investment Opportunity Lie? [View article]
    No one can predict what is going on because we are not privy to the information that drives the market untill it's too late. Is this just a techinical fight over the 50 day MA or a fall off yesterdays top and the beginning of the end? Mabe GS insiders have the answer.
    Oct 30, 2009. 02:45 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Recycling U.S. Coins into Silver [View article]
    Maybe they are correct, not that another "oil crisis" will cause a magical solution but in that the public will be all over Congress thus allowing the Administration to hobble together and energy bill that looks "beyond tomorrow". How that could possibly exclude natural gas I don't know but with the Administration's "agnostic view" toward gas I suppose it CAN be done.


    On Oct 29 08:06 PM Jimbo wrote:

    > The only conclusion I can deduce from the current administration
    > is that they expect an oil crisis that will cause a magical solution
    > involving alternative fuels and alternative energy. The technical
    > and logistical issues in this are incredible in scope.
    Oct 29, 2009. 08:54 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • California: Entering Inflationary Depression [View article]
    So what do you think that McCain would have done that would have made things better?


    On Oct 29 10:30 AM Fred W wrote:

    > Unfortunately, with Obama at the helm, those that would have stood
    > up will simply assume the "great one" has it covered. Special interest
    > continues to hold the reigns of government.
    Oct 29, 2009. 10:47 AM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Three Companies with Sustainable Dividends [View article]
    less than 3% dividend? Yeah, they should be sustainable but so are savings bonds.


    On Oct 27 04:07 PM notsosmart wrote:

    > look @ att & verizon yields.these yields are a joke.
    Oct 27, 2009. 06:55 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • World Recovery Is in the Hands of OPEC [View article]
    GW was able to do it so I imagine Obama could scare up a phony crises to justify invading Saudi Arabia (maybe for "their protection" wink, wink), Iran and Kuwait. May Obama can bring on board another Bushite like Ashcroft to plan this event since he did so well with the last US military adventure-Obama likes those Bushite losers. Maybe Powell can take his show to the UN again, that seemed to work pretty well.


    On Oct 25 05:26 PM Rokjok777 wrote:

    > This is not really a serious post. That America would/could somehow
    > invade the MidEast and seize oil is a fantasy left over from WWII.
    > For starters, we would have to borrow the money to do so. From whom?
    > Would China sanction this? Japan? The Saudis perhaps?
    Oct 27, 2009. 04:13 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Crude Oil and Gold: Not Worth Worrying Over [View article]
    Dollar kicks-ass gold goes to $900. Market collapses gold goes to $900.


    On Oct 25 10:24 PM David Sullivan wrote:

    > Israel bombs Iran, oil goes to 150. Iran explodes bomb, oil goes
    > to 150.
    Oct 27, 2009. 01:51 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Understanding Energy: Professional Money Management and Peak Oil [View article]
    A mute point my friend, we (I guess you mean the USA) won't change until "we" are forced and by that time oil will be priced in the stratosphere.


    On Oct 27 09:49 AM koolsool wrote:

    > How would the peak oil story change if we switched transportation
    > fuel from gasoline to natural gas??
    Oct 27, 2009. 12:58 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold: How the Mainstream Gets It So Wrong [View article]
    Exactly, like all trades, what counts is "What you pay when you buy" and "what your received when you get out". Also, those of you who are going to hold on to gold without an exit strategy independent of what you views are about government policy, inflation/deflation etc. will get your financial fingers burned. The so called "fundamentals" don't count only the movement of the trade.


    On Oct 25 01:48 PM taxpro wrote:

    > Had you bought gold in 1971 and held to the present, you have a good
    > gain. However, if you bopught gold in 1981, it would have been a
    > long painful wait and the results would be less impressive.
    Oct 25, 2009. 03:09 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Green Energy Portfolio: What Shouldn't Be in There [View article]
    Guess you haven't lived in the North West and been on the Olympic Peninsula where the very last of the Old growth still stands. Driving to it you will pass hundreds of clear cuts with nothing growing but brush. Also lots of sterile looking "same species tree-farm" forest which are not a natural habitat for the critters that lived in the multi species forest that were cut and then replaced with "tree farms".


    On Oct 23 10:01 AM La Marque wrote:

    > Forestry makes sense. We need the products and trees grow back. Forestry
    > has environmentally sound practices. Most governments know how to
    > regulate the industry and the major players usually plan for the
    > future quite well.
    Oct 25, 2009. 02:47 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nouriel Roubini, One on One: More Doom and Gloom [View article]
    Cars can't run on gold, plastics can't be made from gold, fertilizers can't be made from gold. Our everyday existence depends on oil, who the hell cares about a bubble/no bubble in gold? Not the general public but they can tell you what's happening to oil and gas prices any day of the week.


    On Oct 23 09:57 AM chap08 wrote:

    > "Without inflation, or without a depression, there’s nowhere for
    > gold to go. Yeah, it can go above $1,000, but it can’t move up 20-30
    > percent unless we end up in a world of inflation or another depression.
    > I don’t see either of those being likely for the time being. Maybe
    > three or four years from now, yes. But not anytime soon."
    >
    > Strange thinking. Do markets wait for events or price in expectations?
    > Why expect a speculative bubble in oil, but not in gold? Where is
    > all this "wall of liquidity" going to go if the recovery is "anemic"?
    Oct 24, 2009. 11:06 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Larkin: Gold's Stealth Bull Market [View article]
    This always happens just before the big gold crash. As soon as you see adds in the paper "bring your old silver and gold to the fair grounds Sunday and we will pay you cash"-baby, it's time to get out of gold stocks.


    On Oct 24 10:04 PM goodasgold wrote:

    > Yes, more people are selling their gold and silver
    > jewelry and sometimes coins to raise money, but the general public
    > is not yet investing. Despite a 400 percent increase over the last
    > eight years, most people are simply not aware of it. Look at the
    > popular financial magazines and you seldom see gold mentioned and
    > even less recommended. The financial "professionals" are
    > prime examples of missing the boat ... talk about institutional bias!
    Oct 24, 2009. 10:56 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Larkin: Gold's Stealth Bull Market [View article]
    That was months after Gold had fallen from $850 to $300 or less.


    On Oct 23 10:40 PM DormRoom wrote:

    > wasn't Gold's 80s peak due to the Hunt brother's almost cornering
    > the silver market? You can't take that $850/oz data seriously.
    > It's an outlier.
    Oct 24, 2009. 10:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • All Rise: Stocks, Bonds, Gold Gaining in Unison [View article]
    Everyone's answer is "throw the bums (current lot of politicians) out on their ear" but who are you going to replace them with when the electoral system in the US will just give you more of the same to vote for regardless of the party?


    On Oct 24 04:39 PM Boxed Merlot wrote:

    > On Oct 23 05:14 PM Angel Martin wrote:
    Oct 24, 2009. 10:37 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Betting on Natural Gas, Part II: Investing Ideas [View article]
    Yes, we all agree that NG SHOULD be the mainstay of US energy policy-but it isn't and its not going to be anytime soon. I like President Obama but I am unhappy with Bush-lite Treasury and Energy Secretary choices. Michael Fitzsimmons has outlined the problems with our lack of an energy policy many times here at SA and I could not add to his articles (and frustration). I hold Natural Gas related stocks, MLPs and Royalty Trust because I like the dividends and feel they are relatively safe but I know they could crash as well as have price appreciation because of the numerous factors including politics so I hedge for now.
    Oct 24, 2009. 01:15 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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