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Posted by ipso facto @ 23:40 on April 12, 2016  

You were fortunate to have such a fine teacher!

The subject is intriguing.

More Stuff On Lyin’ Ted

Posted by commish @ 21:41 on April 12, 2016  

ipso_facto @ 11:07. Thanks for posting the item on sampling tree branch tips for

Posted by Equisetum @ 20:16 on April 12, 2016  

clues on mineral uptake. As your article indicates, Geoscience BC continues to refine the use of botanical indicators for mineral prospecting. In my introductory geology course at UBC in the 1950s we had the treat of Harry Warren as one of the key contributors to the course. Even at that early date he was recognized as a pioneer in developing analytical methods for using geochemistry and botanical indicators for mineral prospecting. The link below recognizes Harry Warren’s induction into the Mining Hall of Fame. I feel fortunate to have had at least a brief exposure, as a student, to this talented native of Anacortes, Washington.


It’s called the trickle down theory

Posted by commish @ 18:21 on April 12, 2016  


Hey Maddog

Posted by Buygold @ 18:08 on April 12, 2016  

Just watched the “Fast Money” guys on CNBS. They said the options traders just keep rolling up calls on GLD 125 – May, June, July with heavy action.

Don’t know if that’s a buy or sell signal but it looks like punters are looking to $1300 fairly short term.

I do expect we’ll get a pullback soon but it sure seems like something ails the USD and worries the bond buyers.

2016 could be historical, especially in the U.S. Gold sure seems to smell something. I don’t know.

ITcan copy

CEF and GTU still at a discount…room for Gold to rise

Posted by wxman @ 17:22 on April 12, 2016  



Posted by Maddog @ 16:35 on April 12, 2016  

Lots of bears still around, loads not long at all and plenty like me who want to buy more.

Plus 99 % of the world has no idea about PM’s.

yes the Scum will and are attacking, they hit GFI, Nem and GG tdy….but so far all Ok.


goldielocks @ 14:46

Posted by ipso facto @ 15:55 on April 12, 2016  

How bout that! NY must be in worse shape than I thought!


gold is still on the line that goes to $5000

Posted by wxman @ 15:01 on April 12, 2016  

I know we’ll get a correction at some point but…

Posted by Buygold @ 14:59 on April 12, 2016  

the strength we’ve been seeing in everything pm is stunning.

USD can’t seem to get out of its’ way either.

wxman @ 14:37

Posted by silverngold @ 14:59 on April 12, 2016  

Hi JJ, What do you like about it?? Thanks!!

Europe now wishes they have a second amendment

Posted by goldielocks @ 14:49 on April 12, 2016  

Islamic invasion has guns flying off shelves in Austria. Many countries it’s extremely difficult to purchase guns and they can’t use self defense as a reason.

Ipso 16:56 4/11

Posted by goldielocks @ 14:46 on April 12, 2016  

Fwiw: that photo was said to be out of NY some wise guy.

Iconic Photo of Shortage-Ridden Venezuelan Supermarket Taken in New York

@ Ororeef – RE: “I hope I dont over stay sine its better to sell too soon ,than too late.”

Posted by drb2 @ 14:40 on April 12, 2016  

You didn’t say if you were including physical PM along with the PM stocks.

But either way, when one sells OUT of PMs – it is into some type of fiat.

The day is coming when that might be a big mistake.

Personally, I think this next financial crisis is going to NOT be business as usual.

Just my opinion

Silverngold…I like this rendering of one of your previous posts

Posted by wxman @ 14:37 on April 12, 2016  
  • <a href="http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=%24GOLD&p=M&yr=40&mn=6&dy=0&id=p17732540311&a=446727257&r=1460485974552&cmd=print"

  • Ororeef @ 11:36 Mike Maloney

    Posted by silverngold @ 14:03 on April 12, 2016  

    I like Mike because he comes across as an honest guy. Yeah, he stumbles over some words but it’s coming from his heart and not from some script or teleprompter.

    You may well be right in your 2017 thinking but if you are it just means more delay into deeper disaster IMO. I hope you are not including PM’s in your 2017 disaster prediction. I don’t see anything but blue sky and green lights for PM’s until 2018, and then just a hiccup and we head much higher. All the best from Silverngold.

    Linear Gold to 5000


    edit: Where my chart shows 1000-1038 as the predicted year end low, I wonder why they did not show the actual low of 1045 but instead stick with the identified low being 1072??

    For a chuckle

    Posted by Moggy @ 13:51 on April 12, 2016  

    A GOLD RUSH scenario

    Posted by Ororeef @ 13:41 on April 12, 2016  

    I run a contest with myself..I have two accounts an IRA which I trade ,and the 1st qtr I beat the reg account by a mile.

    Now in the 2nd qtr the performance of  reg account which is mostly two Gold Funds Tocqueville & Gabelli are beating my 2nd QTR  by a mile  ,

    mostly because of timing.I will trade the IRA aggressivly soon ..mid MAY and by year end I will tie or beat the Fund performance which is mostly buy & HOLD…Since the IRA trades tax free I mostly beat the Funds,however If I only had one Taxable account  TAXES would be a big deal and a trade killer .

    Theres no difference between losing 30% of your money and paying a 30% TAX on it.So after MAY I wont trade much at all as I expect the bull market in Gold to last until Aug  2017.If as I expect the biggest gains to come will be near the end along with the biggest risk..I hope I dont over stay sine its better to sell too soon ,than too late.!   The bigger Caps will peak & hold before the end but the explorations and pennie stocks will be spectacular at the end !

    weekly silver

    Posted by treefrog @ 13:38 on April 12, 2016  

    looks to be completing an inverted head & shoulders that began last june.

    Influenced by our exposure to First Majestic over the past several years, in early Feb. 2016 we decided

    Posted by Equisetum @ 11:53 on April 12, 2016  

    to commit to First Mining Finance. Since February this new initiative by Keith Neumeyer seems to be showing some promise. Glad to have it in our basket of ‘hold and sit tight’ PM-related equities.


    sixteen dollar silver

    Posted by treefrog @ 11:45 on April 12, 2016  

    re-test looks successful.  zuba-zoom!

    silverngold @ 9:39 on April 12, 2016 Mike Malony

    Posted by Ororeef @ 11:36 on April 12, 2016  

    a very fine presentation ..The only thing is disagree with is the determination of this administration not to have a crash on a Democrats watch,so with the cooperation of the Presstitutes the Fed  will keep adding fuel to the FIRE until after the Election is well over ..in my opinion just like they did to the REAGAN ADministration   .All the trade problems finally ended when Reagans  Secretary of State got into a trade dispute and threatened to let the Dollar”FLOAT”  which really meant “FALL” hard ..well that ended with the biggest one day crash in History 1987….   So the Republicans got tagged with that one…

    I think Obarmy intends to do the same to the next President who is probably Trump (that would make it easier for Obarmy ” so I expect a 2017 crash no matter who is President.!  and besides most CRASHES occur in ten year CYCLE years ending in “7”  so this post will be long gone when it happens..better make yourself a note !The next risk time is MARCH and the bigger risk is OCTOBER 2017…..Until them enjoy the ROLLAR COASTER RIDE  ..just dont forget to exit before oct 2017….

    Mickey Dee Boycott in Canada

    Posted by Auandag @ 11:31 on April 12, 2016  
    Just in case you didn’t know!!!
    I…’m sure those of you who aren’t in the cattle business don’t understand the issues here. But to those of us whose living depends on the cattle market, selling cattle, raising the best beef possible…This is frustrating.
    This will keep us from ever stopping there again, even for a drink.
    The original message is from the Alberta Cattle Feeders Association.
    Canadian cattle producers are very passionate about this. 
    McDonald’s claim there is not enough beef in Canada to support their restaurants. Well, we (ACFA) know that is not so. Our opinion is they are looking to save money at our expense. The sad thing of it is that the people of Canada are the ones who made McDonald’s successful in the first place, but we are not good enough to provide the beef.
    We personally are no longer eating at McDonald’s, which I am sure does not make an impact, but if we pass this around maybe there will be an informed impact felt. 
    All Canadians that sell cattle at a livestock auction barn have to sign a paper stating that we do NOT EVER feed our cattle any part of another animal… South Americans are not required to do this as of yet.
    McDonald’s has announced that they are going to start importing much of their beef from South America . The problem is that South Americans aren’t under the same regulations as Canadian beef producers, and the regulations they have are loosely controlled.
    They can spray numerous pesticides on their pastures that have been banned here at home because of residues found in the beef. They can also use various hormones and growth regulators that we can’t. The Canadian public needs to be aware of this problem and that they may be putting themselves at risk from now on by eating at McDonald’s.
    Canadian ranchers raise the highest quality beef in the world and this is what Canadians deserve to eat. Not beef from countries where quality is loosely controlled. Therefore, I am proposing a boycott of McDonald’s until they see the light.
    For me, everything is not always about the bottom line when it comes to jeopardizing my family’s health, that is where I draw the line. 
    I am sending this note to about 30 people.
    If each of you send it to at least 10 more
    (30 x 10 = 300) … and those 300 send it to at least ten more (300 x 10 = 3,000) … and so on, by the time the message reaches the sixth generation of people, we will have reached over THREE MILLION consumers!
    I’ll bet you didn’t think you and I had that much potential, did you?
    Acting together we can make a difference. If this makes sense to you,
    please pass this message on.
    Larry Latam
    Sylvia Van Oene R.N.
    Occupational Health Services (HSD)
    XL Foods Inc.
    Lakeside Packers, Brooks , AB

    Two heartsShalom



    Posted by aufever @ 11:28 on April 12, 2016  

    Thanks for the reply!

    Because they’re smart … and want to get rid of their paper

    Posted by ipso facto @ 11:26 on April 12, 2016  

    China Goes Shopping for World’s Gold Mines

    from Truth in Gold Chinese gold miners are aggressively scouting for overseas acquisitions, encouraged by historically low gold prices that could help them scoop up assets cheaply. Though gold prices have risen by more than 16% since hitting a six-year low in December, the metal has still been trading close to levels last seen in 2010, in a range of roughly $1,220 to $1,240 a troy ounce. China is the world’s largest gold consumer and producer, but only a few Chinese companies, such as Zijin Mining Group Co., have ventured abroad to buy mines, unlike their counterparts in industrial metals. If cash-rich Chinese gold miners embark on an asset-buying spree, China could reduce its dependency on other international producers for supplies and increase its heft in global gold markets. A period of low gold prices also means Chinese companies may have more options to buy because several mining companies are facing credit crunches and have huge debts. “China has five to six gold companies. I have been in touch with all of them, and they all have plans for increasing assets overseas,” said Peter Grosskopf, chief executive officer of Sprott Asset Management, a Toronto-based company that manages assets including physical bullion trusts. He said the Chinese companies are well-capitalized and better positioned than their North American counterparts. Sprott has set up a partnership fund with China’s leading gold company, Zijin Mining Group, which is called the Zijin Sprott Fund, with the aim of buying overseas gold assets, Mr. Grosskopf said. “The expansion [opportunities] are better globally than in China.” The interest in gold mines comes amid a recent surge in overseas deal-making by Chinese companies. –

    cont. http://thedailycoin.org/china-goes-shopping-for-worlds-gold-mines/2016/04/11/

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