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silverngold, 17:54

Posted by treefrog @ 22:52 on February 17, 2020  

love it!!!  let’s make this go viral!!!

Blackrock most older folks think of Blackrock

Posted by overton @ 21:38 on February 17, 2020  

being in the hedge fund business.  They own 7% GORO shares .  That’s where my mux money went, it didn’t look good at first but I’m glad I switched.



Good or Bad? Hedge Fund Investments – not a single gold stock in the bunch

Posted by Buygold @ 19:07 on February 17, 2020  

so either we’re really smart and smarter than hedge fund managers, or really early (like 10 years), or really stupid.

I can only speak for myself knowing I’m stupid, but I’ve always secretly hoped to be the smartest guy in the room. 🙂


Here ya go R640 – Music to yer ears

Posted by Buygold @ 18:27 on February 17, 2020  

“The Situation Is Evolving” – AAPL Cuts Guidance Due To Virus Disruptions

“…worldwide iPhone® supply will be temporarily constrained…and demand for our products within China has been affected.”

Love it! Go Bloomberg!

Posted by silverngold @ 17:54 on February 17, 2020  


Posted by Richard640 @ 13:19 on February 17, 2020  

THE WOLF STREET REPORT: Coronavirus Slams Airbnb, Airlines, Hotels, Casinos, San Francisco, Other Hot Spots

It’s not only Chinese tourists, business travelers, and property buyers who’re not showing up, but also travelers from all over the world who’ve gotten second thoughts about sitting on a plane (VIDEO=10 minutes).



Maddog–world stocks mkts WILL eventually sink/crash of their own weight…the catastrophe is nigh…

Posted by Richard640 @ 12:54 on February 17, 2020  

Rabobank: China’s Stimulus Will Struggle In The Face Of What Is Needed To Contain The Spread Of The Virus

Maddog–I heard on Bloomberg that the main China index-the TSI– had a 2.1% gain last nite as China pledged to support markets

Posted by Richard640 @ 12:47 on February 17, 2020  

Howdy Buygold

Posted by ipso facto @ 11:25 on February 17, 2020  

I owned TRX in the past and have followed it over the years. And a whole lot of years it’s been! I appreciate Jim Sinclair’s contributions to our cause but building his mine is taking forever.

I guess there is always some companies pulling ahead and others going down. Would be nice to know such things ahead of time. 🙂 I don’t feel that MUX is going down for the count. It’ll be back at some point. If it wasn’t for Skeena I’d really be sucking hind ti*!

Buygold-Jeez! You’d think the bears could at least get a lousy 5% or 10% correction outa all this=The global supply chain Armageddon is happening.

Posted by Richard640 @ 10:29 on February 17, 2020  

Beijing Crashes The Party: Chinese Media Warns Austerity Is Coming After FinMin Says “Proactive Fiscal Policy” No Longer Feasible

“Liu’s article sent a clear signal that China would not stimulate the economy by rolling out another massive monetary stimulus.”

US Firms In China Suffering “Severe Shortages Of Workers,” Warn Virus Impact Hitting Supply Chains 

The global supply chain Armageddon is happening.

The Fed Has Created A Monster Bubble It Can No Longer Control

The Fed must now accept responsibility for what happens in the end-game of the Moral-Hazard Monster Bubble it created…

Morning R640, Ipso

Posted by Buygold @ 9:58 on February 17, 2020  

R640 – yeah, panic selling? I think not. Probably something more like the complimentary up 100 DOW pts. pre-market tomorrow to start the day as is the norm. Maybe more.

Ipso – Do you own any TRX? I haven’t owned it in quite some time. Some of the shares I used to do OK with have really performed poorly in the last several years, AAU, GPL, course MUX. Several others. Doesn’t look like TRX has fared much better.

Maybe this is the new era where Wallbridge, Skeena, Gatling, etc. are the new high flyers?

Maddog-chinee indexes up .8 to 1% last nite-u.s. & europe up a bit-will that last till tomorrow? In any case no panic selling…yet

Posted by Richard640 @ 9:34 on February 17, 2020  

Welcome to edition 504 of Insider Weekends. Insider buying decreased last week with insiders purchasing $100.09 million of stock compared to $177.87 million in the week prior. Selling also decreased with insiders selling $1.22 billion of stock last week compared to $5.4 million in the week prior. The prior week’s numbers included the huge $4.06 billion sale of Amazon.com (AMZN) by Jeff Bezos.

Sell/Buy Ratio: The insider Sell/Buy ratio is calculated by dividing the total insider sales in a given week by total insider purchases that week. The adjusted ratio for last week dropped to 12.16. In other words, insiders sold almost more than 12 times as much stock as they purchased. The Sell/Buy ratio this week compares unfavorably with the prior week, when the ratio stood at 30.37. 

Insider Sector Heat Map February 14, 2020

Insider Sector Heat Map February 14, 2020 (click to enlarge)

MaNote: As mentioned in the first post in this series, certain industries have their preferred metrics such as same store sales for retailers, funds from operations (FFO) for REITs and revenue per available room (RevPAR) for hotels that provide a better basis for comparison than simple valuation metrics. However metrics like Price/Earnings, Price/Sales and Enterprise Value/EBITDA included below should provide a good starting point for analyzing the majority of stocks.

Otto Rock was laughing at the cut off grade. .1 gram per ounce is not really ore.

Posted by ipso facto @ 8:45 on February 17, 2020  

Tanzanian Gold announces 4,291,000 ounces of gold contained in unclassified resources at the conclusion of its Phases 1 & 2 Resource Upgrade drilling along the 1.2km Buckreef Shear Zone


Gold Train

Posted by Maya @ 1:23 on February 17, 2020  


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