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Public Enemies List (aka Turd's Analyst Analyzer)

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#1 Thu, Sep 8, 2011 - 1:43pm
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Public Enemies List (aka Turd's Analyst Analyzer)

To quote the great and powerful Turd:

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Please be sure you are making note of which "analysts" and "traders" are calling a "bubble". One only needs a cursory understanding of the Commitment of Traders... Any serious metals analyst knows that gold is not a bubble. The boneheads calling gold a bubble are, therefore, not serious analysts and should be ignored. Do not forget them, though, as they will most assuredly resurface in the future to once again proclaim an end to the gold bull. Remember who they are so that you can ignore them in the future

"Public enemy" is a term which was first widely used in the United States in the 1930s to describe individuals whose activities were seen as criminal and extremely damaging to society, though in fact the term had been used for centuries to describe pirates and similar outlaws. 

In the interest of further synthesizing our collective experience into useful data, might there be some way to integrate into the site a specific feature or forum specifically devoted to tracking analysts' trustworthiness (or rather, lack thereof)? Something in the vein of a "Least Trusted List" complete with photos captioned with offenses (and links to our evidence: YouTube clips, articles, papers). A list that could be collectively and continuously updated in the vein of a Wikipedia article would be of great advantage for the community, a valuable tool, especially for the recently initiated.

Thank you for your consideration!

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