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  • This Could Be The Best Way To Play $1,500 Gold [View article]
    Your feelings on Sandstorm Gold warrants SDXXF and SNXXF?
    Sep 20 12:46 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • This Could Be The Best Way To Play $1,500 Gold [View article]
    Your thoughts on SDXXF & SNXXF, Sandstorm Gold Warrants?
    Sep 20 12:46 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The U.S. is heading towards fiscal disaster and no one in Washington is doing anything about it, warns a trio of experts. Erskine Bowles and Alan Simpson - authors the Simpson-Bowles reform plan - along with Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein are concerned that investors are putting way too much faith in Congress and the White House to work out a deal. Those people are just "whistling around the market" right now, and they're likely to get creamed, Simpson notes. "They really believe honestly that no Congress could be this stupid, and by God, they can.” [View news story]
    They are all a "disgrace" they sleep at night is beyond my comprehension. Bipartisanship has disappeared and obviously will not show it's face in the near future.......sad times ahead for the "Good ole USA."
    Oct 12 01:51 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • As other research desks talk of gold hitting $2,400 or even higher, Citi predicts $1,800/oz. likely will be tested this quarter thanks to global central bank stimulus. The firm sees gradual economic improvement in 2013, "suggesting that sustained investor upside moves should be difficult to maintain." Citi ups its 2013 gold price forecast to $1,749, but note: The price is now $1,763. [View news story]
    It's a damned shame that "Banksters," Politicians, and mainstream media, have the uninformed, or uninterested, so unrealistically sedated with propaganda and printing presses to have a false realization that "all is well." In hindsight, the "Banksters" and Politicians make Jesse James and Bonnie & Clyde seem as petty candy store thieves.
    Sep 26 12:52 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment