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Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 23:23 on October 12, 2022  

That sounds like a nice town your in no doubt. I’m just kinda angry and sad see some many good peoples towns get ruined because of scum bags in politics like open borders because THEY need votes while the Demos and Repubs need laborers until this anyways. Now just the Demos as far as I know. I’ve seen it happen to nice towns in California and elsewhere. That’s what brings the prices up to save towns but prices out the next generation while their at it.
Even city’s were better for people who went out and about. Celente mentioned it in NY. First the shut down, then curfews. He said they don’t even go out till about 10 pm and they want curfews.It made no sense anyways it wasn’t about war or civil unrest. The virus or bugs don’t care what time it is.
I feel bad for him kinda wish he would leave, He seems like the last man standing.
I freed myself up to move but changed my mind at least for now. With things to come I’d rather help and be closer to my own friends and family than strangers. In fact I’m to inherit quite a bit so freed me up to concentrate on helping others. I told them save it for my kids so they’ll be okay.

Ps they don’t want to leave it to the young. They expect you to lean about the con artist, the scamsters et all first.

“Safe” bonds not so safe.

Posted by ipso facto @ 23:16 on October 12, 2022  

As investor Larry McDonald says in this Marketwatch article, “things are breaking.” From the article:

Pointing to the bond-market turmoil in the U.K., McDonald said government bonds with 0.5% coupons that mature in 2061 were trading at 97 cents to the dollar in December, 58 cents in August and as low as 24 cents over recent weeks.

When asked if institutional investors could simply hold on to those bonds to avoid booking losses, he said that because of margin calls on derivative contracts, some institutional investors were forced to sell and take massive losses.



Posted by treefrog @ 22:58 on October 12, 2022  


goldielocks @ 21:21

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 22:27 on October 12, 2022  

I live in a very old small old town. Two square miles and abot 28 cops. Old houses on big lots half acre more or less. Just like Mayberry. About 50 miles from NYC. The rest of the Suffolk county has more active and retired constabulary than you can imagine. I think its a great place to live, especially the south shore. If you move to this area I can show you around. Help you find a place. Move the whole fam damily over here. Might be cheaper than over there.

Posted by goldielocks @ 21:48 on October 12, 2022  

Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 21:21 on October 12, 2022  

As more and more buses come in with more and more migrants you might leave your wallet behind on your walks. Leave a couple bucks in cash on you to give to them so they don’t follow you home.
Make sure you have spare keys and one outside the door in case they take that too but be sure to get your locks changed right away or they’ll be back especially if they got your wallet with your address.
Don’t leave things outside anymore expecting it to be there the next day.
Maybe a few bus loads wound up at a few of the FB-Is and DOJs neighborhoods and why they’re all on the attack on conservatives and Christians right now.

Government still sitting in the mess they made

Posted by goldielocks @ 20:45 on October 12, 2022  

Someone I know mentioned Celente the trends Journal said the Fed might lower interest rate hikes in front of the elections.
I didn’t bother to trade today it wasn’t worth it.
I did get a notice on the ETFs from my broker though.
Even if they did it’s not going to change anything for the people and don’t even know if the market will fall for it or if it does anything would be temporary short term trades. It’s not going to help what they did to real estate they drove up even while claiming tightening and raising rates were still buying mortgage securities or the cost of food and gas. Sheltered self absorbed snobs. Maybe a few bus loaded of immigrants need to be dropped at their door too. They love to deliver the reality of hardships they put on others while denying it themselves so give it back,
Moochel Obummer is always complaining about equality and diverting the fact that they don’t live in a black neighborhood but the white neighborhood should not discriminate when they move in. What is she saying blacks need to get away from blacks because it’s not good there? Well send Martha Vineyard a bus load of African or Haitian immigrants tell them what up and to tell them to refer to the Obama’s.

Lots of provable statistics presented in this video, for anyone who is on the fence!

Posted by silverngold @ 19:17 on October 12, 2022  

Maddog @ 14:42 …Who is to blame for the latest pension disasters??? I don’t know, but I do know WHAT is to blame!

Posted by silverngold @ 16:41 on October 12, 2022  

What I am getting from this article is that originally bonds were used to guarantee the safety of the future of the retirement systems, but higher returns were desired… so using blue chip stocks over a long period of time historically produced higher returns but much more volatility….. so if you ignored the volatility the returns would be greater over time using stocks than using bonds and would require smaller premiums to maintain the safety of the pension fund.

But as more and more people retired, the demand on performance grew greater than could be met, so in order to cover the failure of the pension funds, rather than raising the premiums, someone came up with replacing stocks with derivatives to make up the difference….But derivatives have NO actual value because all they do is TRACK the value of the sector or commodity they represent.  They own nothing but they look like they are worth the value of the stocks or commodities they represent, like a mutual fund does, but are actually just bags of hot air that own nothing, and when that fact comes to light is when the whole house of cards comes down.

And now it has also been disclosed that the US FED is doing the same thing; buying ETF’s which are derivatives full of hot air to hide the fact that it is also broke and just buying itself a little more time while the new monetary systems are being put in place.

Anyway, that is what I see FWIW.

The UK’s top Stock Investor, Terry Smith gives LDI’s both barrels……

Posted by Maddog @ 14:42 on October 12, 2022  

Financial Times – Who is to blame for the latest pensions debacle?


Pfizer Executive: COVID Vaccine Was Never Tested On Stopping Transmission

Posted by silverngold @ 14:07 on October 12, 2022  


(scroll down to the 2 minute video, male figure )

British pension funds step up fire sales as need for cash soars

Posted by silverngold @ 13:38 on October 12, 2022  


UK pension schemes are racing to raise hundreds of billions of pounds to shore up derivatives positions before the Bank of England calls time on support aimed at keeping them afloat.

The Bank of England plans to stop buying bonds on Oct. 14, leaving pension schemes scrambling to meet a collective cash call estimated to be at least £320bn ($355bn) without a buyer of last resort.

Lots more to read…..

Silverngold adds: The derivatives (ETF’s) are the tool that is being used to drain the worlds wealth into the pockets of the elite while stealing it from the people. This ship is about to go down and nobody even knows it has been hit…..but Derivatives (ETF’s) are the empty bags of hot air they are now ready to pop….and when they do, that is when you will discover that you own nothing and you will be happy (or already gone) FWIW. WAKE UP PEOPLE!

Ok Bygo, good to see you reporting for duty

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 13:31 on October 12, 2022  

I’m going outside now, nice fall weather up here. The Fed is doing a rain dance. Too many of very weird things going on.

Mr. Copper

Posted by Buygold @ 12:54 on October 12, 2022  

I’m here now, waiting for the FOMC Minutes to come out and finish crushing us.

Had to pick up my son at the airport this am.

Hey Ipso

Posted by Buygold @ 12:53 on October 12, 2022  

Nice, and the traders seem to like it too! Odd for a pm stock.

I’m still accumulating, only have 1500 shares.

Where Are You All? At The Diner Getting Pancakes?

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 12:06 on October 12, 2022  

I can’t believe that USD didn’t start dropping yet. Is the Fed trying to show us all how macho they are? Supposedly they are hoping for a soft landing, but they might get it ‘harder and faster’ instead, and they may like it that way. Then they can start printing lowering rates again. Anybody notice all the various oil prices are down, but Diesel Oil is up.

Elite investor David Einhorn expects an economic slump and sticky inflation – and says the risk of a global financial meltdown is growing

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 11:37 on October 12, 2022  

Yes its growing since gold backing was removed from the US Dollar in 1971. The Fed is running out of rabbits to pull out of their hat. I remember back then. An 18% mortgage on a $40 k house $7200 interest first year is ok. But what about a 7% mtg on a $600k house? Isn’t that $42,000 in interest the first year? Plus propert taxes. Thats why the commie banker bozos pushed rates all the way down. Screw the saver, reward the borrower. Reward the US Bond buyer lending money to US Gov’t Dracula in charge of the blood bank.

  Its all in reverse. Cheap labor and materials, cheap rates etc. And all the outsourcing? Screw American manufacturing and US production. Screw savers screw precious metals investors. Its all over. Be happy, get pop corn watch the show. LOL


“Nobody knows what anything is worth, so there’s an enormous number of companies that are dramatically misvalued in ways that we haven’t seen before,” he said.

Indeed, Einhorn cautioned investors against assuming a stock is cheap simply because it’s plunged 60% or 70% in price this year, as it could still be hugely overvalued.

The combination of heady valuations, stubborn inflation, rising interest rates, and large amounts of debt could reveal cracks in the global financial system, Einhorn said.

“The systemic risks have built up in the government bond markets all around the world,” he said, likely nodding to Britain’s ongoing gilt fiasco. “When you have a down cycle is when these things tend to metastasize.”


Posted by ipso facto @ 10:24 on October 12, 2022  

A Reminder

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:15 on October 12, 2022  


Posted by ipso facto @ 9:56 on October 12, 2022  

Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness Turns Negative Within Months: Study


Buygold … How do you like those Snowline drill results?

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:31 on October 12, 2022  

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:30 on October 12, 2022  

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MacDonald Mines Announces $1.5m Financing, Share Consolidation


GoGold Reports Annual Production of 1.8M AgEq Oz and Received $11M USD in Input Tax Recoverable




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Rockhaven Completes Exploration Program at Its Klaza Gold-Silver Project, Yukon


Aftermath Silver Announces C$2.0-million Non-Brokered Private Placement


Magna Terra Initiates Exploration at Its Flagship Great Northern Project, Newfoundland








Marathon Gold Mobilizes Early Works at Valentine Gold Project


Rackla Metals increases Holdings in the Tombstone Gold Belt, with an Option on the SER Project from Sabre Gold Mines Corp.


AbraSilver Drills Further Near-Surface High Grade Silver in New Southwest Zone Including 42.5 Metres at 408 g/t AgEq (5.8 g/t AuEq)


Posted by goldielocks @ 8:18 on October 12, 2022  

Another day you might have to be really watchful. Possible HS mini forming on PMs but not finished yet. Same for Equities so we’ll see and if it goes back down to support after and which way it will go.

Gold Train

Posted by Maya @ 1:59 on October 12, 2022  

The Monon Louisville Thoroughbred


Mr Copper are you doing the ETFs like that friend you mentioned.

Posted by goldielocks @ 0:24 on October 12, 2022  

That’s why I’m glad the youngsters aren’t going long except if they have any positions there going to ride out. I don’t see what they did till later in the day.I don’t tell them much cuz they don’t need to get side tract. Some are into silver though.
Some had a hard time today I guess they didn’t short it down and reverse but waited which is fine and some did calls but iffy today, on the reversal instead of just long and light volume long today which they mentioned. Shorts in the morning was heavy volume. They trade individual stocks. So when when the market turned back down I think they had a hard time trading on light volume but can’t say for sure if they got out in the money.
If you would of stayed short today you likely would of wound up about where you started but not lost anything. I wasn’t gonna try it a third time as short term trading in a volatile market is risky enough. I was basically just scalping a few dollars instead while waiting to see where the market would go short term days out, but there was heavy duty short buying and selling today. I figure a certain percent one way and a certain percentage the other adds up to bigger percent at the end of the day.
I did add a bit to a divi stock even though they could and likely will go lower hope enough people keep it afloat for the business sake. Not a PM stock. I found out that one of the bigger buyers before was Soros but he bailed when the market turned. I could say that would figure but under the market crash can’t really but says he doesn’t just buy and hold or trade things on the side.
With low unemployment numbers the Fed has to go ahead for more rate hikes down the road.

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