Blythe and Ruprecht Return

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Sat, Jul 16, 2011 - 8:05pm

No introduction necessary.

The Wicked Witch Returns

And, if you're new here, you should really take 8 minutes and watch this one, also. It was #2 in the ongoing "series".

The Wicked Witch Explains Her Motives.mp4

The metals popped at the open. August gold printed $1599.20 and silver is well over the critical 39.50 level. Let's see what our Asian friends can do for us overnight! TF

p.s. If you have time for one more video, this is still the all-time #1, reigning champion:

Part 1- JP Morgan Silver Manipulation Explained

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  233 Comments

Much4Him
Jul 16, 2011 - 8:33pm

Awesome Turd!

Hope for the Bull Run that Blythe talks about

aurum argentum
Jul 16, 2011 - 8:35pm

Awesome

I could watch these every day. Master.

$2000 gold and my juniors will 'splode!

Mike Victory
Jul 16, 2011 - 8:35pm

nice vid

turd inhales?

question
Jul 16, 2011 - 8:41pm

String 'em up, Turd! Got my

String 'em up, Turd!

Got my vote.

buffalo3
Jul 16, 2011 - 8:50pm

And I think we know why

The cartel has played their game and won some back. Now it is getting down to the nitty gritty and they are in poker terms (drawing dead). They went all in with one player and lost. Now they are facing millions of players, not 10 -100 that have a big stack. Drawing dead. I give them a >0001% chance after the last hand is dealt. Just my opinion.

Gramp
Jul 16, 2011 - 8:58pm

If silver makes a run past 50

If silver makes a run past $50, maybe $70/ oz., in say the next year, as a Stacker would One consider selling/ swapping at decent "gains"?

Will there be opportunity to "Rinse and Repeat" this time around? Or would it be to risky or cumbersome w/ Phys?

Not counting any "chickens before they hatch"... just looking for the "next" move.

@ Mike Victory... Cheetos Jokes don't lie...

Ok now to check out the vid!

Economical Disaster
Jul 16, 2011 - 8:58pm

The elite knew what they were

The elite knew what they were doing raising the limits on silver, smashing it down as the minions dove for cover and sold. They came out with insane articles telling us its the end. They KNEW that there was a new Asian exchange that will catapult silver prices to the unknown. They knew it, you all fell for it and they are rejoicing with YOUR SILVER. Congrats to the few that did not sell and HELD ON. You will be SILVER BULLION MULTIMILLIONAIRES... joining the pitiful elites.

Ferd Torgerson
Jul 16, 2011 - 9:25pm

Ferguson for President?? Seriously??

Would anyone notice one more Turd in D.C.?

Fortinbras
Jul 16, 2011 - 9:27pm

@Gramp

There are many here smarter than I, and given that I know you are fairly young (younger than me at 44), I think you should look at this as a "lifelong" plan as possible in the following way. This is what I did and will continue to do:

1) I made fiat, and due to hard work and opportunity, I've done very well. This part is NOT necessary for you, but greatly accelerated my ability to execute my plan.

2) I bought a LOT of physical silver between $17 and $26 along with a little bit of gold, palladium and platinum at the same time. I purposely "overweighted" to silver based on what I read a few years ago in Mike Maloney's book and what I read after that and when I found Turd et al on ZH.

3) The goal then was to watch it all grow, but to also watch the gold to silver ratio to swap SOME of my silver to gold as the ratio dropped... think of it as "buying the dips" (or "silver cost averaging") but on the ratio, not prices.

4) I could shoot myself for not pulling the trigger in late April when the ratio was 32:1 (or thereabouts). I actually called my local broker to do it, but was out of town and could not execute the swap (you have to physically take it in at time of swap). So anyway, after the "May Day Massacre," I just let it bump along but then did swap about a month ago when the ratio was about 40:1. I did this so that my physical mix was 50-50 dollar wise. Now I will keep watching for the ratio to drop and if we get back to around 30:1, I'll swap a bit more, but no matter what, I will keep roughly 30% of my physical in silver as a "gamble" on a massive takeoff, but at this point, this whole "game" for me is about protecting my wealth more than making a profit (but I'll happily take it!).

5) I've also used fiat to buy roughly 600 acres of land in three different places. In my mind, this is what I think the real "end game" should be for most people, even if starting small... that is, add to and hold your metal no matter what until the whole process has played out and then you will be among Kings (and Queens for Ginger et al), even if you only have modest holdings, and be able to buy real estate whether it be for agriculture/natural resources (what I have now) or for your own home/rental/income properties.

6) Then, 30 years from now, the cycle will repeat, but then you can either sell off some real estate or take cash flow from real estate and buy more physical metal when it is at a 30 year LOW and start all over again.

It's going to be a crazy couple of years like nothing most Americans have seen for 70-90 years, but the world has seen this many times and the cycle is very, very predictable and repeats over and over again because in spite of all our modern brilliance and technology, we are no smarter than we were 5,000 years ago, we just make bigger mistakes faster.

It's a long term game, try really, really hard not to sweat the "in betweens." Guys like you and Pablo got into this for the right reasons, NOTHING has changed YET, you'll know when it has, THEN it will be time to roll your physical into something else.

Icarus
Jul 16, 2011 - 9:29pm

Outstanding

Turd you really outdid yourself this time. Just great! TURD FOR PRESIDENT!.....wait, we already have a Turd as president....make that TURD W. FOR PRESIDENT!

Regards,

Icarus

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