Turd & Andy on with Max & Stacy

Sat, Jun 11, 2016 - 12:03pm

Early last week, I had the honor to join Max and Stacy for a taping of The Max Keiser Show. Along with my friend Andrew Maguire, we had a sort of panel discussion of gold and the global gold market.

As usual, the program begins with Max and Stacy discussing some of the news of the day. In the second half of the program, Andy and I join them for a segment where the primary topic is gold and gold price manipulation. This is actually the first of two segments that we taped last Monday so be on the lookout for another episode sometime next week.

It was great fun to see Max and Stacy again and we should all be grateful that they so willingly gave us a platform through which we can draw continued attention to the conniving schemes of the global bankers and the sham that is the fractional reserve, paper derivative precious metal pricing structure.


p.s. My favorite part of the show may be the "beeping" that covers up every mention of the name "Turd". Max and Stacy may have done that on purpose just to be funny.

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Jun 12, 2016 - 3:52pm

Anyone want to think outside the box on this Orlando violence?

1) Islamic Killer

2) Gay bar

3) 50+ dead

4) in Florida, swing state

5) Obama was quoted within the last two weeks Speech Q & A on June 2, 2016..


PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: First of all, the notion that I or Hillary or Democrats or whoever you want to choose are hell-bent on taking away folks’ guns is just not true.

And I don’t care how many times the NRA says it. I’m about to leave office. There have been more guns sold since I have been president than just about any time in U.S. history. There are enough guns for every man, woman and child in this country.

And at no point have I ever, ever proposed confiscating guns from responsible gun owners. So it’s just not true.

What I have said is precisely what you suggested, which is, why don’t we treat this like every other thing that we use? I just came from a meeting today in the Situation Room in which I got people who we know have been on ISIL Web sites, living here in the United States, U.S. citizens, and we’re allowed to put them on the no-fly list when it comes to airlines, but because of the National Rifle Association, I cannot prohibit those people from buying a gun.

This is somebody who is a known ISIL sympathizer. And if he wants to walk in to a gun store or a gun show right now and buy as much — as many weapons and ammo as he can, nothing’s prohibiting him from doing that, even though the FBI knows who that person is.

So, sir, I just have to say, respectfully, that there is a way for us to have commonsense gun laws. There is a way for us to make sure that lawful, responsible gun owners like yourself are able to use them for sporting, hunting, protecting yourself, but the only way we’re going to do that is if we don’t have a situation in which anything that is proposed is viewed as some tyrannical destruction of the Second Amendment. And that’s how the issue too often gets framed.


What would the deep state have to win in this argument? We know they care nothing about life, so???

1) LBGT will be UP in arms about safety and getting rid of guns. And we do know HOW VOCAL they are.

2) Any and all Religious idiots who tie any knots around the LBGT and this massacre will completely wipe out any credibility of the religious right...

3) What can the NRA say? What can anyone say this time???

4) The radical islamist, the perfect patsy! How many of these events have occurred, but no traction has taken hold on gun control

5) This will make the FEAR trade explode... The patriot act was thrown our way last time. What new legislation is in the wings...

Just my thoughts. Not trying to condemn anyone or cast hate. Just nothing seems legit anymore...

Jun 12, 2016 - 3:37pm

Thank you Havenstein!

Much appreciated...

His point about only a few truly silver producing companies is all the more meaningful given Andy Hoffman's thesis that, on the supply side, we've probably passed peak silver already -- and with exponential increases coming on the demand side not only for investments, but also for technology needs, not the least being the huge expansion projected for solar energy globally.

Know there are is a big following here for First Majestic and support for Endeavor Silver, as well. An up- and- comer is Great Panther with terrific leadership -- they have zero debt, they've dramatically lowered production costs -- $13.76 -- and are committed to more than doubling production over the next 5 years.

Jun 12, 2016 - 3:36pm

Saw another comment on BTC pricing

I was watching finviz for BTC pricing and it appears they were low by 20-30 bucks; may run into same at investing.com

Clif High posted this site - maybe better for BTC pricing - all the providers are there


Jun 12, 2016 - 3:23pm

You wonna know who the persons behind

that central banks money printing are? At least some of the ECB's you get to know here:

Inside the Asset Purchase Programme

Very intelligent and smart people, rrrrrrrrright?

Jun 12, 2016 - 3:11pm

Michael Belkin

Bently -

If you're asking for a link to the Michael Belkin piece on KWN it is here -


The link is to the audio of his complete interview.

Excerpts are here -

Fortunes Will Be Made In The Silver Market
Michael Belkin: “Yes. Eric, there are a very small number of legitimate silver miners. And I spent a lot of time accumulating data on the best global silver miners and I started following them with my model. That was the subject of our last interview. And since I recommended those silver stocks they are up on average 44 percent. That’s 15 percent more than the XAU Index, so they have hugely outperformed.

And one silver stock I recommended — that stock is up (a staggering) 258 percent. But there are very few of these high quality silver miners, and when people realize that silver is outperforming gold in a bull market, where are they going to go? There are only a handful of these high quality stocks, and I’ve really done the homework and found the best silver miners (in the world) that are listed in London, Canada, the U.S., and in Australia.

So I have a basket of those and I ran them through my proprietary model and I came out with the best ones that have the greatest potential for outperforming both the XAU and the other silver miners. I think silver is extremely…

- H.

Jun 12, 2016 - 2:53pm

Michal Belkin

I can't right now, but could someone please post -- for fellow Turdites -- Michael Belkin's piece on King World News on silver and its imminent rocket shot? As we know, KWN can be a bit hyperbolic, but believe Michael Belkin is serious, credible and has a huge following -- soon to rival Turd's!



Jun 12, 2016 - 2:41pm

Great stuff, dude.

Not too much new stuff for us Turdites, but ok, Turd in front of this nice panorama in the back...... really great stuff!!! The truth is spreading..................

Jun 12, 2016 - 2:19pm


The GSPCCE Preparedness Guideline? I like it!

Jun 12, 2016 - 2:16pm

Cryptos / Available supply today

Take a look at this list of Cryptos



Total outstanding coins today is approx 1.3 Billion coins of 4 of the 5 top cryptos

I mean MY GOD Apple outstanding shares alone are:

5.477B for April 8, 2016

How much digital fiat exits in the world today????? Untold Trillions, Add Derivatives then Quadrillions...

That's why I have: ( not necessarily in this order )

  • Gold ( everybody has to have some )
  • Silver ( Best choice )
  • Paper $ ( amazingly rare )
  • Coinage ( not too many think of this but is rarer than paper and much better )
  • Cryptos ( pick the right one, limited supply, minable etc. )
  • Etc ( so much else, gota have this tooo )

JanaJames Crighton
Jun 12, 2016 - 1:53pm



I appreciate your contributions to this site! I'm currently getting myself familiar with BTC. How do you pick which exchange to buy from? Are they all similar in your experience?

Thank you so much!

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