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  1. FWIW

    GOLD

    I can't see the picture, but patience is a virtue my friend!
  2. I actually agree with you pyewackitt, but recently I have been feeling that some of the thread titles have been unnecessarily offensive to the many people that have decided to buy and hold gold/silver. Bubb's diary 2nd nov 2009 had the subtitle "Bigger slides in Stocks and Gold dead ahead?" Well if he actually read my Gold Triple Threat Trader thread he would have known that I had long positions open at end of October. I think I have nailed that argument, but will Bubb admit he was wrong? No way! He is entrenched in his opinion and has created some more inflammatory threads this morning. He will say he is right, just his timing was off a bit. I find this behaviour a little strange, as I have always respected Bubb and his advice. Believe it or not, but we agree on more than we disagree. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. If people can't take it, then they should not dish it out. (Bring it on if you think you are hard enough!) My only wish is that next month's thread titles will have more respect for ALL GEI members. I hope I have converyed my points in a suitable and respectful manner.
  3. Hey doc - you should go and have a look at my Gold Triple Threat Trader thread! Even some gold bulls are happy this morning!
  4. FWIW

    GOLD

    We must thank The City of Gold for this one! From: Built on a man made island that cost $1.5 billion and the opening party Fireworks cost $20 million. What a difference a year makes! Gold going to the moon. Priceless!
  5. FWIW

    GOLD

    I don't think we can do it this week. A breather will be healthy for us, if we stay arround the 1170-1180 level then next week could be good for the long term. It will hopefully allow all those on the sidelines or those that locked in profits to get back onboard again.
  6. FWIW

    SILVER

    More MSM reports: http://www.citywire.co.uk/personal/-/news/...p;ViewFull=True Quote Silver offers next leg up as gold soars Investors do not normally look to Vietnam as a lead indicator of market direction but a flurry of trading in the nation’s gold sector last week may hold lessons for us all. Seeking a hedge against inflation, which hit 20% in early 2008, Vietnamese investors caught gold fever long before it was fashionable in the wider world. The government, concerned about flows into an unproductive asset, effectively shut down imports. Last week, as the rest of the world saw gold topping out at $1,120 an ounce the closed market of Vietnam – which had trended at around $60 an ounce above the global market in recent months – saw the price top out at almost $1,300 in a surge of trading. The government duly dropped import controls but the episode showed that supply constraints and weight of capital are making the gold markets ‘a bit crazy’, according to one Vietnamese trader quoted in the local media last week. Where gold leads other precious metals tend to follow, and while there may be limited long-term upside for an investor getting into the market now, attention has turned to the likely relative beneficiaries, such as silver. ‘On the whole the price of gold and silver tend to move in the same direction. The gold/silver ratio is used to identify possible extreme moves,’ said Angus Campbell of trading platform Capital Spreads. ‘The ratio stands at 64.12 and has bounced off a one-year low of 58.41 recorded in the middle of September. Last year the ratio hit a peak of around 84 before falling back to its current level. So, it looks like there’s a bit of a trend developing.
  7. FWIW

    GOLD

    Hey Sir FitKid - cool video - I used to 'think' I could do that!!! Give me a few pints and sometimes I try! Some more music... From: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDBz_naagJE Got Gold? No, do you really 'get' gold? Obviously I can't predict the future (DYOR), but wacth the Euro tomorrow. We have closed up today with a long-legged doji, this shows extreme strength to come back from what 'some' thought was an earlier bright start!
  8. FWIW

    GOLD

    I loved the quote about the central bankers sewing gold into their suits... Has MSM woken up? Maybe time for some music with lyrics? From: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--Wpz4NAHtY Come on! Uggh! Come on, although ya try to discredit Ya still never edit The needle, I'll thread it Radically poetic Standin' with the fury that they had in '66 And like E-Double I'm mad Still knee-deep in the system's shit Hoover, he was a body remover I'll give ya a dose But it'll never come close To the rage built up inside of me Fist in the air, in the land of hypocrisy Movements come and movements go Leaders speak, movements cease When their heads are flown 'Cause all these punks Got bullets in their heads Departments of police, the judges, the feds Networks at work, keepin' people calm You know they went after King When he spoke out on Vietnam He turned the power to the have-nots And then came the shot Yeah! Yeah, back in this... Wit' poetry, my mind I flex Flip like Wilson, vocals never lackin' dat finesse Whadda I got to, whadda I got to do to wake ya up To shake ya up, to break the structure up 'Cause blood still flows in the gutter I'm like takin' photos Mad boy kicks open the shutter Set the groove Then stick and move like I was Cassius Rep the stutter step Then bomb a left upon the fascists Yea, the several federal men Who pulled schemes on the dream And put it to an end Ya better beware Of retribution with mind war 20/20 visions and murals with metaphors Networks at work, keepin' people calm Ya know they murdered X And tried to blame it on Islam He turned the power to the have-nots And then came the shot Uggh! What was the price on his head? What was the price on his head! I think I heard a shot I think I heard a shot I think I heard a shot I think I heard a shot I think I heard a shot I think I heard, I think I heard a shot 'He may be a real contender for this position should he abandon his supposed obediance to white liberal doctrine of non-violence...and embrace black nationalism' 'Through counter-intelligence it should be possible to pinpoint potential trouble-makers...And neutralize them, neutralize them, neutralize them' Wake up! Wake up! Wake up! Wake up! Wake up! Wake up! Wake up! Wake up! How long? Not long, cause what you reap is what you sow
  9. FWIW

    GOLD

    Good one - $1172 is a good place for a quick short... Don't hold it too long though; us gold bulls will be looking for our next entry points!
  10. FWIW

    GOLD

    I think this picture will answer your question: Weak President, who doesn't even know what P/E ratio is. Just a talking head...probably a good actor, but needs a decent script.
  11. FWIW

    GOLD

    As some of you know I am a customer of Alpari. They recently gave away some free charting software. I thought I'd leave it running to see how well it does...or doesn't! Short at 10.30 GMT this morning? I don't think so... Anyone who thinks that all the info is right there in a chart and fundamentals don't make any difference will be crying right now! Ignore Fundamentals at your peril; as CGNAO says Technical Analysis will take you to the poor house. Think for yourselves people - there is a funking good reason why they give it away!
  12. FWIW

    GOLD

    Don't fall victim to FUD... http://www.rickackerman.com/2009/11/golds-...flank-its-foes/ Quote In the Rick’s Picks chat room, where the focus is sometimes obsessively on gold, the meaning of “long-term” can range anywhere from 90 minutes to about three hours. Small wonder, then, that whenever Comex precious-metal futures hit an air pocket and briefly plunge, the shock waves wash over the room like a tsunami. In fact, these fleeting episodes mean nothing, considering that the larger, bullish environment for gold contains more testosterone than a Chicago stockyard. Who needs to worry about what those nasty, retrograde bullion bankers, commercial traders and by-now impotent central banks are doing when you know for certain that the likes of China and India are size buyers?
  13. I look forward to reading your well reasoned arguments - just be open to the fact that it maybe you that is re-educated in this proces of learning.
  14. Do you actually understand what the word "Quote" means? Did you read the article or are you just looking for another fight? I did not personally call anybody a knucklehead - it was taken from the article. If you have an issue with the article at http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article15143.html, I suggest you email the author at mailto:JimWillieCB@aol.com I try my best and be civil with you and all you do is accuse me of being disrespectful.
  15. FWIW

    UK House prices: News & Views

    MSM catching up to my prediction: http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=206...id=aiokHY_TLuZM
  16. FWIW

    GOLD

    Sir Fitkid doesn't sound right? What shoud we call you oh wise one or Prince FitKid or Lady FitKid ? You have knighted, entertained and elightened me on this journey - you are my trusted counsel who keeps me on the righteous path.
  17. FWIW

    GOLD

    They are trying another tack now: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/finance/ambro...value-for-gold/ Quote It doubled in the late Medieval bubble, before crashing 90pc over the next 500 years after the Spanish gold discoveries by Cortes and Pizarro in the New World, and then the finds in California, Australia, and South Africa — bottoming around 1930. I think all journo's just flap like a flag in the wind. Except the flag has its uses. So we are all ok investing in gold, until they find a huge field of gold somewhere....hmmmmm.
  18. FWIW

    GOLD

    Here's another joker telling us that gold will be going to $681 in July 2010... Quote The Bottom Should Occur In July 2010. Once The Gold Price Hits Bottom Below $681.00 The Devastating Explosion Gold Bugs Are Looking For Should Begin. So is $681 the bottom or is below $681 the bottom..... I'm confused....Reinhardt keeps telling us to stop looking for tops and bottoms - it will make you go blind! Anyway, just in case this joker is right - I will be keeping some cash handy...At $681 (or under) it will be like a gift from god himself.
  19. FWIW

    GOLD

    The King listens more than he speaks...but when he speaks, boy do we listen!
  20. FWIW

    GOLD

    Cable a bit choppy - thought I was looking at a heart monitor just there! Think tomorrow could be another key date for the history books - new EU president and all that. Just in time to lead us out of the mess eh? Think I'll keep voting with my gold! Keep an eye out on the eurodollar and japenese yen.
  21. FWIW

    GOLD

    Double Post because your worth it! Another must read! http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article15143.html Quote Where are the Deflation Knuckleheads who tended to dominate the web journals last spring and summer, in incredible dense vapid clueless fashion??? What a tremendously misguided group. They follow religiously the deteriorating economies, miss the twin storm, ignore the power of the unprecedented monetary inflation, and somehow overlook the entire global movement if not revolt against the USDollar in a grand Paradigm Shift. They represent the worst economists in the alternative media on web journals. Their tunnel vision on the falling asset price effect left them vulnerable to missing a tsunami on their own doorstep, incredibly. They still do not offer an explanation of why crude is at the $80 price level again. Supplies of oil are nowhere as great as the false USGovt statistics indicate, but the entire world is hedging at the same time against the US$ with oil assets. and In 1964 the USGovt introduced the zinc dimes clad with silver. They at least admitted the debauchery publicly. Now pre-1964 silver coins are all considered different, and valued differently too, higher. Rome committed the same coinage fraud 1900 years ago. Their Empire went bust as the city burned almost concurrently. Ayn Rand is a guiding light for Alan Greenspan, the enabling destroyer of the US banking system, destroyer of the US household archipelago, and dispatcher of the US industrial base to Asia. He is the hero icon worshipped by Wall Street. The irony is thick, that his career was spent following Old Europe orders that delivered the slow motion coup de grace to the American Empire.
  22. I don't think I'll ever be the same again after watching that..
  23. FWIW

    GOLD

    A leading economist says....don't buy gold. Does anyone see the irony there? Vested interest in keeping the fiat money system going? Or will he buy on a pullback? http://www.citywire.co.uk/personal/-/news/...p;ViewFull=True Crap article - posted for balance though...don't want anyone to say I only post bullish articles....
  24. I'm a straight forward kinda guy - if something is wrong, and I am confident in myself, then I will say so. Even though I disagree with a lot of your posts/thoughts it does not stop me from calling a spade a spade, and as evidenced by you I will support the TRUTH. If there are people that 'back' me up - it is not a conspiracy - just that they also agree with what I said and maybe, just maybe they want to hear the TRUTH. Regards, fwiw
  25. FWIW

    GOLD

    That goes against my number 1 rule: Don't let others do your thinking for you. Even on this forum I try to advise and let others decide what to do with THEIR money!
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