thats a bit below the belt Back Boobs.
New video https://youtu.be/PmS1AhVZLFg What is the fair value of 1oz silver $3000 $6000?
"The nine questions that follow are best asked so that they are answered in front of witnesses, adding to the respondent's discomfort. Equally, journalists and financial commentators, who make a living from mindlessly recycling others' beliefs, can be great sport for an interrogator.
The game is simple: we know that macroeconomics is a fiction from top to bottom, the challenge is to expose it as such. If appropriate, preface the question with an earlier statement by the respondent, which he cannot deny; i.e. "Last week you said that..." "
Here we go....
Bloomberg seriously considering White House bid
fed fud one armed chain saw juggling freak show about to butcher all porkin pig men, as the saws come falling down upon heads of those who created debt based fiat armegeddon. Controlled demolition of fiats will explode, as the boxes of sweaty old sticks of dynomite crushed by a central bankstering wrecking balls of insanity. What a clusterflock of epic depression upon all debt based cumbling nations. Nough said
We can only hope, Not that i have much gold.
SI banked 2300 / cac
At 14.40 catchin a bid
Gesky " les baisers " 1922
Mon frère d'une autre mère, contribue une chanson populaire de l'année de sa naissance, qui précède évidemment mon propre naissance par deux décennies, donc mon frère d'une autre mère est vraiment un vieux con
Parole de conseils:
Il ne faut jamais boire de la bière française. Il est simplement pisse avec parfum ajouté, ce qui provoque le buveur d'oublier orthographe correcte, et imaginant connards partout. Donc, en cas de doute, toujours blâmer les Français.
Handsome Guy (HG) with a PhD
Doctor Copper came through for me.
Margin to the max on a week's Wait & See
An 8 Cent move made This One beyond Happy!
And the best part is that all of the FRN Clownbux made can still be exchanged for lawful money gold and silver Coin at Fire Sale prices and eliminate the federal income tax liabilities.
Thank you LORD!
Did Wall Street Banks Create the Oil Crash?
Of course they did. They manipulate all commodity markets. So how do think JPM, who Ted Butler claims has amassed a huge hoard of silver, will move the silver price?
From the article:
"Wall Street mega banks are able to leverage their oil trades in the futures market by a factor of 95 to 1 or greater. Typically, margin of 5 percent or less is required of large oil speculators on the major commodity futures exchanges. If you know the direction of prices, you can make a killing using very little of your own firm’s capital. And if you also own the physical commodities, you can call yourself a bona fide hedger and avoid rules meant to rein in risky or manipulative trading."
SilverRunNW wrote: Did Wall Street Banks Create the Oil Crash? Of course they did. They manipulate all commodity markets. So how do think JPM, who Ted Butler claims has amassed a huge hoard of silver, will move the silver price? From the article: "Wall Street mega banks are able to leverage their oil trades in the futures market by a factor of 95 to 1 or greater. Typically, margin of 5 percent or less is required of large oil speculators on the major commodity futures exchanges. If you know the direction of prices, you can make a killing using very little of your own firm’s capital. And if you also own the physical commodities, you can call yourself a bona fide hedger and avoid rules meant to rein in risky or manipulative trading."
And what works for the goose, also works for the wise gander.
I didn't write the rules, however I am not beyond making them work in my favor.
BOHICA!! The bankers are at it again.
(bend over, here it comes again)
From Daniel Amerman:
"In a matter of a few months and with almost no notice, changes in obscure regulations are being used to create a new captive market for US Treasuries and agencies that is approximately equal to the total amount of federal debt purchased by the Federal Reserve over the course of many years of quantitative easing.
The headlines are that the United States is starting to slowly release its control over interest rates, and return them to private market control. The reality is that the government is doing just the opposite, and is capturing formerly free and private money at a fantastic rate. Which brings up the question: just why is the government quietly deploying two massive financial stabilizers for the federal debt in 2016?
The effects are likely to persist far beyond 2016, and could help depress interest rates for all investors for potentially years and decades to come. Yet, because these trillions of dollars of major changes are hidden inside of obscure financial regulations, the general public is completely unaware of what is happening, or how it could change their investment results, their lifestyle in retirement, or even their ability to retire at all."
In Alasdair Macleod's recent article (Shorting the Yuan is Dangerous), he linked to a speech by Major-General Qiao Liang, the Peoples Liberation Army strategist. A fascinating view from China on dollar hegemony. Enjoy!
PLA Strategist: The U.S. Uses Its Dollar to Dominate the World
Why we get naked at Mardi Gras: simple economics, says LSU prof
At first, the way you got beads was from a float. Fake royalty threw beads to plebeians below.
"You don't have to be a very insightful sociologist to say, I wonder what people dressed like nobles and people on the streets represent," Shrum said. "That represents an upper class and a lower class."
The trinkets tossed to the crowds mirror a feudal economic system. We are peasants. The riders our lords.
"We symbolize our society using these rituals and these celebrations," Shrum said.
In the mid-1970s, a group of nudists started throwing a party on Royal Street. They would flash from a balcony, and encourage people on the streets to do the same.
"That was something that didn't catch on," Shrum said.
What did click, as we all know, was flashing for beads.
"We've developed a ritual that perfectly reflects the ideas of market capitalism," he said. "Beads are the money of Mardi Gras. People understand they are in a bargaining position."
Instead of begging the gentry for generosity on the parade route, on Bourbon Street we witness the invisible hand of capitalism lifting up shirts.
"All of a sudden, people say, 'We can participate. We can get beads without begging,'" he said.
Like any dynamic market system, the exchange of beads on Bourbon Street rewards entrepreneurship....