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Chris P. Bacon
Nov 27, 2011 - 6:28pm

Last!

Last!

toxic8Save_America1st
Jun 23, 2011 - 11:08am

Was just about to recommend

Where can I get definitive facts about the people, groups, banks, whoever, that was instrumental in the founding of the federal reserve. Tyvm.

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I believe the best source out there regarding your question is The Creature From Jekyll Island by G. Edward Griffin. Here's the link from Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Creature-Jekyll-Island-Federal-Reserve/dp/0912986212

I've read it twice, and frankly, it should be required reading for all high school and or college students as well. Good luck with that in this commie educational system though! haha

But if all Americans read this book I think we'd have burned Washington D.C. down long ago and thrown all those crooked bums in jail for life (or worse)!

I've given several friends and family their own copies, and it was just as big of an eye-opener for them as it was for me!

It's very fun to have them come back to me after the next chapter they've read all fired up about what they learned! Hopefully, you'll want to share it with everyone you know after you read it too.

Anyways, just thought I'd throw that out there for you because it's an excellent book.

Was just about to recommend the same. Good to see others quick on the ball :)

KumanariExergy
Jun 21, 2011 - 3:45am

Santa has way more to loose

Santa has way more to loose than I and most here ever will. They are not coming to take what little I have. When you rob a bank you don't stop to pick up the nickels on the floor. Feel the tension, the confusion, the fear, the depression. This is the bull at work. IF you have a well thought out game plan stick to it. Markets are 90% psychology,where is your head at? $75 mar calls ag 1740 dec calls au..... buy time, swim , surf ,sail, it's a great summer let the chips fall where they may. TU NE CEDE MALIS !

murphy
Jun 20, 2011 - 11:12pm

@Schwartz####

I would recommend a subscription to Casey's Big Gold Portfolio. For 100 dollars it will give you a great broad base of info on miners for a year. They also have another one called International Speculator which is more focused on juniors for about $800. The whole staff of writers are well respected in the industry.

https://caseyresearch.com/

Eric Original
Jun 20, 2011 - 10:56pm

Schwartz

Go into the Forums and look under Gold Miners and Silver Miners. There's tons of stuff in there already. I just started a thread there myself today.

https://www.tfmetalsreport.com/forum/672/eric-os-favorite-gold-miners

Schwartz9546
Jun 20, 2011 - 10:17pm

Miners

OK...I'm 100% physical so need some help with good, honest miners. Who can help with suggestions...anybody? Mike

SilverWealth
Jun 20, 2011 - 6:36pm

who owns the Fed

First off there is an excellent piece a week back or so on www.infowars.com Alex Jones site on who owns primary chunks of the Fed. The Rothchilds,the Warburgs, the Lazars are among the big families which number about 7 according to the article. Its a very interesting read.

Regarding the miners I think they are an excellent buy right now but I wouldn't put all my money down at one time or one price point, thats silly imo. I would buy in increments and especially buy on weakness. They have underperformed Gold by 35% this year alone so the divergence makes buying them a great deal. The rumor was Soros did sell gold but he turned around and bought miners. I don't know. But GDXJ could fall another 10%, it doesn't matter however unless your Joe Techie and you are so perfectionist and anal that you need exact fealty to lines and points. Or if you are using lots of stop/losses (take losses) which make you a mark for hunter-killer Algo Robots then trying to guess an exact bottom in miners is complete fools play. Its a psychological game and the bank operatives will win everytime once they have you playing their game and trading like the textbooks say you should. I just think gee, come this late December miners are going to be an awful lot higher regardless of where the bottom is. This is what I sense. And the lower they go the harder they will bounce once the shorts begin to cover. So I am buying on weakness and trying to cover a price grid with incremental buys and trying to buy heavier as we go lower. Its not easy but trading requires patience and patience requires time.

all that said most will still prefer to price chase the miners and buy off momentum signals once they 'prove' themselves as the textbooks say. But then they become very risky don't they?

Save_America1st
Jun 20, 2011 - 6:32pm

@ Exergy

Was checking back to see if DoC had maybe seen my reply here or on the next blog post by Turd. Really liked your previous post further up above and would give many Hat Tips if allowed, so lets just say it like it's done on ZH or other sites and give you a +1000 for it!

I will definitely check out the links in your most recent post. Hope to read more of your in-site and information on here.

Have you started any threads in the Forum area? If not, I'm sure we'd all like to continue to read what you have to say about things.

Thanks much!

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Exergy
Jun 20, 2011 - 5:38pm

history of money ... a perspective

@ DoC

Here is a good general discussion on the history of money to present day...I think all Turdites would enjoy this 10 minutre read...it puts all the modern day shananigans into a historical perspective.

https://www.xat.org/xat/moneyhistory.html (there are 3 parts)

As for the Fed ...it is a private corporation listed in the white pages...owned by the 12 Fed districts. What is a more interesting question is who own's the banks that make it up. Anyway I was looking around and came across this article on who own's and controls the federal reserve...you will see the control exerted on all the charter banks and the bank of England.

https://www.zimbio.com/David+de+Rothschild/articles/6/Wo+Owns+Federal+Reserve+Rothschilds+Bank+England

Just a side note...there is 1 square mile in London (the old city) that is completely independent since the Norman invasion...it is there that the center of the financial world exists. Here is a Wikipedia reference... skim down to the bottom and look at "criticisms"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/City_of_London

If anyone is interested... read how the house of Rothschild set the world gold price globally.

https://www.kitco.com/london.fix.article.html

These are facts...now if you want conspiracy theory...

Answer me this... Why did the Rothschild family leave the LBMA years ago? and... What will happen when all the PAPER gold and silver are exposed as the load of crap that they are and folks, banks, and governments want the physical they think they own.

I believe that is the true endgame

It is also why Santa is in a royalty play in Tanzania with the government and the Chinese as partners.

Back to my little room now

Save_America1st
Jun 20, 2011 - 5:04pm

To: DoC regarding your Fed question

@exergy

Submitted by D0C on June 20, 2011 - 12:46pm.

Where can I get definitive facts about the people, groups, banks, whoever, that was instrumental in the founding of the federal reserve. Tyvm.

********************************************************************************************

I believe the best source out there regarding your question is The Creature From Jekyll Island by G. Edward Griffin. Here's the link from Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Creature-Jekyll-Island-Federal-Reserve/dp/0912986212

I've read it twice, and frankly, it should be required reading for all high school and or college students as well. Good luck with that in this commie educational system though! haha

But if all Americans read this book I think we'd have burned Washington D.C. down long ago and thrown all those crooked bums in jail for life (or worse)!

I've given several friends and family their own copies, and it was just as big of an eye-opener for them as it was for me!

It's very fun to have them come back to me after the next chapter they've read all fired up about what they learned! Hopefully, you'll want to share it with everyone you know after you read it too.

Anyways, just thought I'd throw that out there for you because it's an excellent book.

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