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Why are you guys fighting over log/analog chart? Total waste of time I say.Unless you are a day trader of course. Sometimes the gold thread becomes cluttered with too much noise, there is hardly anything useful left to read. Come on guys. Just post useful stuff.

 

 

I for one find the charts and discussion regarding them very useful. You got to remember not all of us are fully experienced in these areas and these discussions aid in a wider understanding of chart representations.

 

Thanks guys keep up the fine work and discussion, more information is better than none.

 

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A vertical line up to 1400 WTF!

Wheee! Just think what bullion over this mark does to the junior producers bottom line! Heck anything above 1200 is full on party time for the quality stocks.

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Bad Non-Farm Payroll report released.

 

 

Ah, I see. Strange how people have to wait for the release of some dubious statistics to decide what to do.

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Ah, I see. Strange how people have to wait for the release of some dubious statistics to decide what to do.

Same every NFP. Either a run up prior and then a plunge, or a push down prior and then a spike. Easy money (if you trade PMs).

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Some food for the bubble top callers:

 

Gold market clearly showing signs of an asset bubble - Natixis

 

From the perspective of Chinese investors, it is theoretically irrational. From the perspective of US investors, it is sustainable only as long as QE can keep long-term interest rates low. From the perspective of European investors, it is a safe-haven only as long as default risks exceed fiscal retrenchment. Any and all of these factors may sustain gold prices for a little while longer, but once the bubble bursts, the gold price can fall precipitously, just as it did in the period beyond 1980, and just as Chinese equities fell during 2008

 

Interestingly these were the same guys who wrote the following article on 2nd June 2010

 

Gold could fall below $1000 by year end - Natixis

 

many of the factors that have driven the yellow metal's significant rise over the last nine years have begun to turn. And, as a result the price of gold is likely to fall below $1,000, in the short to medium term, possibly as soon as year end.

 

$200 of market failure later these french banksters prediction is $400 off from reality... ho hum

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Goldfinger has unpinned this thread

I would unpin all threads. If a thread is popular, it will swim up anyway (free market approach). As for the literature threads etc., maybe there is a more suitable (less populated) subforum for them.

/source: http://www.greenenergyinvestors.com/index....showtopic=12377

 

If people want it move to another section, so it is easier to find, please suggest on the above thread, where you would like it moved.

 

Or...

If you feel it MUST be pinned, please register that comment too

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Goldfinger has unpinned this thread

 

/source: http://www.greenenergyinvestors.com/index....showtopic=12377

 

If people want it move to another section, so it is easier to find, please suggest on the above thread, where you would like it moved.

 

Or...

If you feel it MUST be pinned, please register that comment too

 

I was a bit panicked not to see this thread, it's one of the main reasons I visit GEI. Sure... sometimes there are periods of time

when its not posted on, but... it's all there. It's a great feature of GEI, the monthly pinned gold thread.

 

I'd like it left where it was, we all knew where it was and it was easier to find.

 

 

 

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I was a bit panicked not to see this thread, it's one of the main reasons I visit GEI. Sure... sometimes there are periods of time

when its not posted on, but... it's all there. It's a great feature of GEI, the monthly pinned gold thread.

 

I'd like it left where it was, we all knew where it was and it was easier to find.

And going by the amount of hits you have on it and silver it might be seen as one of the main reasons for GEI in general picking up so much traffic. That might be poised to go exponential too...

All too often good threads are not pinned and they disappear from memory almost. I nearly lost GF's Gold Thread too and that is a very valuable resource, too.

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A Gold topic and a Silver topic should be pinned at all times.....easy to find to get the latest info.

 

We are in a major bull market in commodities, and gold and silver are leading the way.......these topics are important.

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I was a bit panicked not to see this thread, it's one of the main reasons I visit GEI. Sure... sometimes there are periods of time

when its not posted on, but... it's all there. It's a great feature of GEI, the monthly pinned gold thread.

 

I'd like it left where it was, we all knew where it was and it was easier to find.

 

Yes, I agree that the gold and silver thread should be pinned, newcomers see them straight away and popular topics are usually pinned in forums..these re definitely hot topics...

but let them flow, no need to update monthly IMO as a history is always on the thread and it is very easy to jump to most recent posts by clicking on the last page icon. Letting it flow also shows over time how popular it is because you can see the number of pages.

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I see Baird & Co. have just introduced a 'GoldSavers account'.

http://www.goldline.co.uk/goldsavers.page

 

GoldSavers from Baird & Co. is the ideal way for investors to affordably accumulate gold and silver.

 

An internet hosted gold and silver savings platform with online access to your account, backed by Baird & Co Bullion Merchants and Refiners. Save what you like, when you like, and when you're ready sell some or all of it back to us.

 

With the option to convert your GoldSavers online holdings into Baird & Co gold and silver .9999 bars, starting with our smallest 2.5g gold bar, delivered securely to you.

 

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Getting there. Bull market is still young. But beware the correction.

 

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Getting there. Bull market is still young. But beware the correction.

cg, you're joining the temporary top-callers? :) Fair enough. Personally, I don't have the time to worry about temporary things.

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