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  • GLD: Bulls Are Playing A Dangerous Game [View article]
    "Yes there is still a fair chance Gold rallies back up to 1350, but the same applies to Gold dropping just as much and much more."

    So, basically, ANYTHING can happen. Thanks...
    Aug 22 10:39 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: Bulls Are Playing A Dangerous Game [View article]
    LOL...good luck finding any physical at $700. But yes, I know--you swashbuckling short-term traders don't care about the physical. Just remember: The physical doesn't care about you, either...
    Aug 22 10:37 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: Bulls Are Playing A Dangerous Game [View article]
    LOL! It's very interesting--these "barbarians" don't seem to fly planes into buildings in Brazil, or Sweden, or Australia, or Poland, or South Africa, or Japan, or any number of other countries, and similarly, they don't seem to behead journalists from Brazil, or Sweden, or Australia, or Poland, or South Africa, or Japan, or any number of other countries. WHY IS THAT??? Do you think it's because these "barbarians" just pulled out a world map, put a blindfold on and randomly plopped their finger down on the United States? Or could there be ANOTHER reason? Hmmmm...
    Aug 21 10:46 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: Bulls Are Playing A Dangerous Game [View article]
    "not that it relates specifically to gold, but PRINTING money
    affects nothing..."

    Oh, really? Then why do it?
    Aug 18 02:02 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is This Why Central Banks Are Snapping Up Gold? [View article]
    What happens when no one wants Mother Goose's "new money" anymore?
    Jul 27 11:02 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is This Why Central Banks Are Snapping Up Gold? [View article]
    Because someone likes to dump huge amounts of paper g(o)ld into the market at regular intervals. Maybe you should ask them why...
    Jul 27 11:01 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • A Much Improved "Gold Standard": The Fisher-Hetzel Standard [View article]
    "Under this Fisher-Hetzel Standard the Federal Reserve would announce that it would buy or sell gold in the open market to ensure that 2-year/2-year break-even inflation is always at 2%."

    Sure, as long as they're buying and selling actual physical bullion, can prove it, and are willing to publicly audit Fort Knox and the NY Fed vault before they do it...
    Jul 24 12:36 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Problems With Gold [View article]
    Oh, please...Ronald Reagan had NOTHING to do with the collapse of the Soviet Union, let alone anything to do with "defeating" the Soviets. The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1989 was the completely predictable denouement of 70 years of centrally planned economic neglect, incompetence and thievery--and that's EXACTLY what's going to happen to the U.S. economy!
    Jul 21 12:35 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Problems With Gold [View article]
    "Just wondering why you are concerned with a 5 c candy bar costing $2."

    Why should a candy bar that once cost five cents now cost $2? Is the chocolate better? Is the paper wrapper better? Or do you actually believe that things "just get more expensive" over time? As much as I despise the U.S. government, I have to give credit where credit's due: They've certainly managed to keep their coin-clipping scam going for a long, long time. Unfortunately, it's going to end badly, just like every other coin-clipping scam throughout history has ended badly...
    Jul 21 08:18 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Problems With Gold [View article]
    Buy gold with borrowed money and DON'T PAY THE MONEY BACK.
    Jul 21 08:09 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold plunges 2.2% in biggest daily drop of 2014, miners sink [View news story]
    Are they naked short?
    Jul 15 04:49 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GLD: Why Shouldn't It Drop Further? [View article]
    Any bullion that the U.S. may still actually hold has been rehypothecated countless times. The emperor has no clothes, and I don't care if the "price" of gold goes to $500 or $5,000--I'll continue to buy bullion. You either believe in the U.S. government, or you don't. I don't...
    Jun 11 11:10 AM | 10 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Maybe I'm Wrong - Justifying $2,000+ Gold [View article]
    "“The United States can pay any debt it has because we can always print money to do that. So there is zero probability of default.” Alan Greenspan"

    I love that. What if our creditors don't WANT the debt repaid in dollars, you nasty, wrinkled old shyster? What if they want it repaid in, oh...bullion? What's the U.S. going to do then? (Don't worry, I know the answer--like any good criminal, they'll threaten the creditor with death, in this case via war)...
    Jun 7 01:16 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Maybe I'm Wrong - Justifying $2,000+ Gold [View article]
    "Not really that much."

    "Not really that much" is TOO MUCH. You people all seem to think that price inflation is some natural phenomenon, like gravity or light. IT'S NOT. It's the direct result of a sovereign government cheapening its currency so that it can spend as much "money" as it wants, whenever it wants, FOREVER. And the cost? That's passed on to you and me through the backdoor tax of chronic--but "moderate" ("Not really that much!")--inflation. Prices don't just naturally go up--the public has simply been conditioned (and I have to give the government credit for that--they've done an amazing job of brainwashing generations of Americans) to THINK they do....
    Jun 4 11:47 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Maybe I'm Wrong - Justifying $2,000+ Gold [View article]
    "It's that this idea that systemic inflation is out of control when it isn't that I want to push back against."

    Oh, and 50% in 20 years isn't out of control to you? Why should the CPI rise 50% in 20 years? Why?
    Jun 3 03:13 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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