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  • Why Silver May Currently Be One Of The Best Long-Term Investments [View article]
    Ignorance is bliss? Do a google search for 'uses of silver' and come back to intelligently discuss silver.
    Sep 6 10:32 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • In a strongly worded letter to Switzerland, U.S. Deputy AG James Cole demands - by Tuesday - detailed information on citizens using Swiss bank accounts to dodge taxes, or possibly see Credit Suisse (CS) and 9 other banks face criminal charges.  [View news story]
    Yes, the proud TEA party is beginning to have an effect on the country. The rich and powerful are doing just fine under the new socialism laws enacted by BHO the past 2.5 years.
    Sep 6 10:21 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • In a strongly worded letter to Switzerland, U.S. Deputy AG James Cole demands - by Tuesday - detailed information on citizens using Swiss bank accounts to dodge taxes, or possibly see Credit Suisse (CS) and 9 other banks face criminal charges.  [View news story]
    I wouldn't have a problem with the 1933 law being re-inacted. I have gold coins which are exempt from confiscation. Besides, no one knows about my stash or where it is. Besides, if BHO confiscates gold in the US the rest of the world is free.
    Sep 6 10:18 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Japan is -1.2% and Australia -1.5% in early Tuesday trade. If the losses seem benign given events in Europe, remember Japan (-1.9%) and Australia (-2.4%) both fell sharply on Monday. Still to open is Hong Kong, which fell 3% on Monday. Gold remains a hair above $1,900/oz.  [View news story]
    Just proves, gold is shining and BHO's speeches are rust on the economy.
    Sep 6 12:53 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • In a strongly worded letter to Switzerland, U.S. Deputy AG James Cole demands - by Tuesday - detailed information on citizens using Swiss bank accounts to dodge taxes, or possibly see Credit Suisse (CS) and 9 other banks face criminal charges.  [View news story]
    yea, taking everything all the rich have will pay 2 days of spending in America. The problem isn't collecting taxes, it's the spending problem.
    Sep 6 12:45 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • In a strongly worded letter to Switzerland, U.S. Deputy AG James Cole demands - by Tuesday - detailed information on citizens using Swiss bank accounts to dodge taxes, or possibly see Credit Suisse (CS) and 9 other banks face criminal charges.  [View news story]
    not if you exchange your cash for gold or silver, then it would be hard (not impossible) for the government to take it from you.
    Sep 6 12:42 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Stay Away From The SLV ETF [View article]
    I made some money in SLV and sold it to move into PSLV, a physically backed ETF for the reasons the author stated.
    Sep 6 12:35 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Hailing TAXI Over Gold [View article]
    I'M SHORTING TAXI MEDALLIONS!!!!! They are in a bubble!!!! China is forging medallions!!!! bwahhahhahahahaa
    I couldn't get a taxi job, I was born in America and speak english.
    Good luck to all and have a happy Labor Day
    Sep 4 01:55 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold Is Worth $700, But A Correction Is Unlikely In The Short-Term [View article]
    You proclaim: "Physical gold is not generally accepted as payment for goods and services. Dollars (or bank notes of any major currency) are not redeemable for gold. Therefore, by definition, gold is not money."
    I would be very happy to accept gold or silver for my work instead of dollars. The 'average' person wouldn't take gold or silver as payment, but then again, the 'average' person thinks silver is worth $5 an oz and gold is worth $300 an oz (that's about what people are getting ripped of by the 'cashforgold' scam going on). Gold and silver can be easily exchanged for dollars all day and night on ebay. I do enjoy reading opposing opinions as long as my opinions are tolerated. :)
    Sep 4 01:48 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Should You Buy Silver Now? Probably Not. [View article]
    The reason for silver's constant knockdown is the margins being raised for calls (no margin raises on puts, why is that?). Imagine holding 1000 oz of physical, and a 1000 oz of paper ETF, now put that physical silver in the paper bag of your holdings, and what's going to happen? The bag will rip and become worthless, and the physical silver will still be there.
    Sep 2 09:06 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold: The Best Safe Haven We Have [View article]
    What do you feel about obama wearing islam on his sleeve?
    Sep 1 12:50 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Should You Buy Silver Now? Probably Not. [View article]
    dimes are selling on ebay for $3 each, easily tradeable in the future in the event of a financial meltdown. Physical is the #1 way to go, if you have money sitting in stocks diversifying into pslv (physical held ETF) would be the way to put your toes in the water, so to speak.
    Aug 30 11:41 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold Still On Its Way To $5,000 [View article]
    I graduated in '77, and the unemployment was high due to the end of Vietnam and carter's bumbling and destruction of the economy. Once Reagan's policies were made into law (by a democrat congress, no less) unemployment went to the lowest point in a long time and the world got a recovery. Any other questions?
    Aug 25 08:15 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold Still On Its Way To $5,000 [View article]
    Another loony lovin' the Carter Presidency 2nd term under the messiah. Just because Reagan brought America out of a horrible recession and brought the world 30 years of booming economy and trickle down does work makes you sad?
    Aug 24 01:32 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Stimulus Decision Will Determine The Gold Rally [View article]
    You could have shortened you answer to: the European Union will fail.
    Aug 23 10:37 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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