A2A with Greg Mannarino of TradersChoice.net

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Today's A2A guest was Greg Mannarino. Greg's free website, https://traderschoice.net, is very popular with traders worldwide and his daily youtube updates are often a must-watch wrap up to the day's events.

I think you're really going to enjoy this podcast. Over the 40 minutes, Greg addresses a bunch of topics, including:

  • How will The Crimean Crisis ultimately affect global markets?
  • What factors does Greg assess when deciding which options to purchase?
  • Is there ever a time to short high-flying equities like TSLA or PCLN and what indicators would he use to make a decision?
  • Are the miners in the early stages of a rally?
  • What was his best and worst trade?

If you aren't familiar with Greg's work, I urge you to give this call a listen. You'll likely find yourself becoming an avid reader of his site in the future.

TF

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Groaner
Mar 8, 2014 - 6:32pm

Tulving

I have bought from them in the past 1 1/2 years ago and had no problem. However a friend of mine complained to me that his order was taking forever and that was about 6 months ago. He did get his order.

Scary...

It's so awesome living in a world where you basically cannot trust anyone.

stealthbear
Mar 7, 2014 - 11:27am
metalsbyamile
Mar 7, 2014 - 9:37am

Hope you

all went flat any trading positions that were long yesterday as i did.Looks like my stack of fiat will come in handy soon.

-SilverIsMoney-
Mar 7, 2014 - 7:10am

The Tulving thing is still a

The Tulving thing is still a rumor.

Louie
Mar 7, 2014 - 2:24am

Tulving closing down

https://about.ag/tulving.htm Tulving closing down so buy now before it explodes. Run to your local coin shop and buy till it hurts.

Safety Dan
Mar 7, 2014 - 1:08am

I'm Sure Its Just Coincidence...

In The Year 2000 There Were 8 Countries Without A Central Bank:

They were Afghanistan, Russia, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Cuba, North Korea and Iran.

In 2011 the only 3 countries left without a Central Bank are:

Cuba, North Korea and Iran.

There are about 193 countries of the world. Isn't it interesting the US Military, under direction of the President, not Congress, has helped set 3 (of the 5 countries with new central banks), free from oppression? I'm sure its just coincidence 3 are from the 8 without central banks.

By the way, what happened to the wealth of Iraq, Libya and Afghanistan? The countries' gold and cash on hand?

SilveryBlue
Mar 7, 2014 - 12:02am

Deep Storage reclassification

May mean that any surviving US gold has been moved to one of the bunkers ready for when the "invited" are moved to safety.

If USA hold gold, whose gold have they been selling? Germany doesn't seem to have a matched list of numbers (I may have missed something). Maybe some of the unofficial confiscated Golden Lily/ Yamashita/ World Bank gold has been sold & yes there would be enough to line the pockets of any politicians involved.

Safety Dan
Mar 6, 2014 - 10:54pm

Where Is The Gold?

If the US gold is gone, (there is known 160,000 tons of it mined and processed); who has it? China, no doubt has some as does Russia. Private hands hold the bulk of the gold, look at the private gold vaults being built in Panama, Singapore and Zurich.

So who has the bulk of the gold?

Politicians and bankers struggle with truth and do steal, however have you noticed how rich our congressmen/politicians have become since taking office? What about Hillary and her cattle trading, (plus Bill's book and wealth) and Obama and his oil wealth? Bankers we know are or get rich. In the past politicians were not a wealthy group, now that has changed.. Why is that so?

While they, politicians & bankers, are deceitful bunch, they are a rich and smart bunch.. I suggest they hold the gold, much like the political Marcos family still has tons of gold reserves, as does Chavit Sinsong with his submarine, jet & helos.

Where is the gold? Follow the money, (past and present gold bar verifications), to the vaults and it will provide the answers.

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ag1969
Mar 6, 2014 - 9:47pm

The Money Changers...

,,,have been running this same scam throughout the ages. The gold against which they issued the ponzi coupons is always gone in the end. This time will be no different. If we still had our gold, we wouldn't be invading every country on earth and stealing theirs. It will be interesting to see, if Jackass is right, what the Saudis do when they find out their gold is gone too. And then there is the old question, if it is there, why can't we audit it? If it is there why can't we see OUR gold? If it is there, where did all of the supply come from to lease out and suppress the price? If everything was on the up and up, we wouldn't be in the midst of the largest propaganda campaign in human history and on the precipice of WWIII. Gold is honest. Politicians and bankers are liars and thieves. The gold is gone, and everything else is a smoke.

Safety Dan
Mar 6, 2014 - 9:16pm

Wow, I need to better review my posts..

In the post "thoughts from the past" above, I didn't mean for others to read about my family history.. I meant for others to read about the US previous recovery operations for Au.. and edit time limit expired.. My bad..

Btw, the US does have big and bad Military toys, but just as big and bad is its planning and recon...

And.... the US Military loaded the Iraqi gold reserves, (5+billion in 2003 estimates and not his only deposit) along with the cash Saddam had stashed, onto US Military C5 planes headed back to the USA. The vault was located by a KBR heavy equipment operator working on a bull dozer near Victory Base in Baghdad.

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