Nice to see you again. I hope you're doing well.
Its an interesting idea that the moves are almost identical but on different timescales. I hadn't thought of using bitcoin to predict silver though. Maybe the underlying asset form the speed at which it unfolds? ie bitcoin is smaller market cap so happens quicker ?
And the other thing I like about the classic bubble shape is the fractal way it keeps appearing on all different timescales. Maybe bitcoin is lining up for its biggest one yet.
Oh Ivars, please! You are embarrassing yourself. Were'nt you the one who said silver wouldnt see $20 for the next 5 years. I also remembering Argentus throwing up a chart showing silver not doing much for many years. Time for chart guys to eat some shit.
Not sure why you choose to insult me in other places from where I post, but whatever.
For some reason you failed to remember me buying like it was going out of business last year.
It's not who you score points off that counts in trading, but what prices you buy and sell at.
I have no psychological need for your approval but you seem to have a personal need for sending out insults to diminish the worth of others relative to your self worth. A fella might look into that. One who wants to be able to trade profitably, that is.
Have a nice day in your world B22.
Terrific Tuesday, what odds?
Hi Ivars, fun to see you back.
I was persuaded by FOFOA that the various governments would be loath to give up their ability to define paper as "legal tender" in their law and print as much of their paper as they felt like. Maybe some day peasants with pitchforks or Mr. market can have some say in how much they print. As I see it, freegold is NOT a gold standard, but a world where people can legally save in gold and the market gets to determine the ratio between a given fiat and gold. Would be nice, I'll believe it when gold profits aren't taxed as capital gains. Perhaps in the FOFOA fantasy world charts of central bank "assets" would be correlated to gold price. In MY fantasy world I'd have the central banks eliminated. No central bank assets..... No chart correlation.
The anti-silver rantings for FOFOA seems bizarre and illogical compared to the rest of their case which has some consistency and good points. The hatred for silver of FOFOA and his predecessors makes me suspect: "They must be bankers"
Here's a classic anti-silver FOFOA: http://fofoa.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/silver-dollar.html
And a great pro-silver response from our buddy srsrocco: https://srsroccoreport.com/freegold-rebuttal-a-case-for-much-higher-silver-prices/
P.S. I don't think you need to post the same chart in more than two threads (one of them being this Ivar's charts) I read "All comments" so I see you a lot. That said, your multi-multi-post approach is better than not hearing from you.