Getting Out of Hand

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Thu, Dec 20, 2012 - 10:09am

Well, what are ya gonna do? I suppose you can be angry with me and everyone else because I certainly don't know of anyone who saw this coming. But the thing has taken on a life of its own now and there's really nothing anyone can do about it.

Would it be worth the time to sit here and bang out all of the reasons again why you own precious metal? Do I need to discuss the fundamentals again and all of the attendant rationale for doing what we do? Nah. Probably not. You've heard it so many times now I'm sure you could repeat everything in your sleep.

I could probably tell you about the short-term technicals and how oversold they are. Just a couple of days ago I mentioned that major selloffs typically don't begin from the oversold levels we were at then. And now look at things!

Maybe I should even waste a few moments going over the physical demand in London and how this will, inevitably, turn paper price around, lead to a stabilization and then a rebound. I could do that but why? You already know that.

In the end, this is nothing new. We saw this in May of 2011. We saw it in September of 2011 and again in December of last year. We saw it in February of this year, too. The metals rally. The Cartels sell all the way up by creating unlimited amounts of unbacked, paper shorts. Eventually, the rally runs out of steam. Some profit-taking ensues. The Cartels give things a shove and down she goes. Soon, the momo-chasing HFTs take over and really drive price down. Into this selling, The Cartels cover nearly all of the shorts they created on the way up until, presto/chango, we are right back to where we started.

Wash. Rinse. Repeat.

Only two things can possibly break this cycle:

  1. The toothless, hapless and corrupt commissioners of the CFTC will, one day, have to act upon the undeniable evidence before them. (Don't hold your breath.)
  2. Physical depletion continues until the market simply breaks. (And this is where we come in.)

Your job today is to relax. Yes, this manufactured event will likely continue but it will also end in the same way the other manufactured corrections have ended. Soon, there will be a very sharp, snap-back rally. It will emerge suddenly and catch traders by surprise. That rally will run out of steam and the shorts will attempt to re-assert themselves. Price will dive again but, ultimately, fail to make significant new lows. From there, a double or reverse H&S bottom will form and price will begin to recover.

In the meantime, head down to your local coin shop and add to your stack today (if they'll actually sell to you at these discounted prices). The only way we can be assured of victory is by taking action ourselves. The fraud that is the CFTC cannot be counted on to help us. Only we can help us.

Keep the faith. Persevere. Be strong and BTFD (again).

TF

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ScottJ
Dec 20, 2012 - 10:25am

Mission Statement of CFTC

Oldie.. but goodie.

department of truth
Dec 20, 2012 - 10:25am

$30.16 and dropping

Will start buying when it hits $27

Beastly Stack
Dec 20, 2012 - 10:26am

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Horst
Dec 20, 2012 - 10:29am

From last thread, COT trading

"I guess as Andy proves FRN's can be fleeced from PM trading but man the Cartel makes it difficult. I'm not sure who said it but like 80% of new traders in the Silver pits get wiped out, cant beat those odds."

I actually heard about 95% of all small traders gets wiped out, and that is not exclusive to the silver market. I find those numbers much more believeable. Even here on an investment site/blog, where people actually have a clue what they are talking about, virtually nobody gets it. If you think drawing some lines on a chart can predict the future, sorry, you are not very bright. TA doesn't work, still basically everyone who is trading uses it. What percentage? I'd say 95%.

TA only ever works if many people use it at the same time.. not because TA acurrately predicted something, but because it is a mass phenomenon that itself can move the market. A sort of self fulfilling prophecy on a large scale.

Either way, listen to interview with rich investors. You will find noone of them ever actually uses technical analysis. They make long term bets and stick by them. So if you go by that, stacking and waiting until the stuff skyrockets is the best strategy anyway. I have been making money by trading off the COT report for a couple of years now though, and while I didn't get rich off it, my paper has outperformed my physical by a long shot. And the profits get converted to physical on a regular basis. I can't complain about that.

tobydaniel
Dec 20, 2012 - 10:29am

Changed my buy price

We are 10 or so days away from the new year. I noted in my previous posts that the decline would gain momentum and that's what's happening. I also said I would sell my car when silver hit 29 even. I'm going to buy half at 29 and half at 27.50. We should be there by tomorrow I hope. When or if we get into the mid to low 20's next week, I will sell everything I own and buy. If we hit the teens by the week after, I'll take out a loan and buy. If it goes to zero, I will have a spare 100 dollars in my pocket to buy unlimited amounts of it!

Anonymous
Dec 20, 2012 - 10:30am

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BagOfGold
Dec 20, 2012 - 10:30am

YUUPP!!!...

Indeed...Wash!...Rinse!...Repeat!!!...

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Bag Of Gold

tpbeta
Dec 20, 2012 - 10:31am

waddayagonnado

At this point just have to suck it up and hope it turns around before long.

To be fair a number of people predicted a weak December. Perhaps not this bad though.

dropout
Dec 20, 2012 - 10:32am

For What Its Worth #3

"I certainly don't know of anyone who saw this coming."

Au contraire mon ami Turd! If you check my previous two comments, on previous threads under the above comment title, you will find what you "don't know".

This is proceeding exactly as per prognostication. Watch for lower price beat downs to come yet. Then - once the bottom falls out of the NYSE and the S&P 500, the gold and silver price moon shot will be on!

I see the NYSE has been sold to ICE. Does this mean it will now be known as NICE? Ho! Ho! Ho!

binzer
Dec 20, 2012 - 10:32am

The thing is

If anyone had seen this coming, and said as much on here...they would have been hounded out of town, called all the names under the sun accused of being a troll.

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