A2A with Greg Mannarino of TradersChoice.net


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.



Mar 6, 2014 - 3:28pm

metals move

you notice how quickly it was capped. HUI broke above teh 264.6 level Turd mentioned, pulled back and now shooting up again.

someone having problems capping metals. The war intensifies.

Mar 6, 2014 - 3:26pm


Interesting move there.

somebody Painting?

Mar 6, 2014 - 3:21pm

Deep Storage Gold

Argentus posted links pertaining to this in his forum yesterday: https://www.tfmetalsreport.com/comment/614618#comment-614618

Included is the .gov website with the entire bar list here: https://financialservices.house.gov/uploadedfiles/attachment_4_mints_schedule_of_inventory_of_deep_storage_gold_reserves.pdf

What was most interesting to me, however, was the transcripts where the GOA accountant and a member of the US Mint discussed and answered questions from Ron Paul (chairing the hearing) and others. Long read, but of great interest to us: https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CHRG-112hhrg67936/html/CHRG-112hhrg67936.htm

For what it is worth, the guys giving testimony under oath swear that all the gold is there, that they have essentially audited the whole thing, and that none of it is encumbered in any way. Unless these guys are straight-up patsies deliberately telling lies under oath (a possibility, of course), then GAO, US Mint, and Treasury officials have all provided sworn documentation that all of the gold is there. So either they are all deliberately committing felonies in verbal and written testimony, or the gold is there.

My personal takeaway- Anything is possible, but I am heartened and encouraged that the gold reserves may be intact, and am less skeptical of this than I once was. Given that I have written several articles here questioning this, and have had photoshops passed around the internet suggesting Fed sales of US gold reserves, this is no small change on my part. Maybe this is all just a ruse, but I really REALLY want to believe that US reserves are intact, because that would give us something to build on once fiat implodes. If these people are all lying, then most likely we will see all our gold (and possibly silver) confiscated at some point, and none of us will win in this thing.

Mar 6, 2014 - 2:44pm


Works for me with firefox 27.0.1.

Image upload size is limited to about 150kb. Maybe it's that?

Mar 6, 2014 - 2:44pm

And furthermore

According to WGC data, the U.S. must have been a net seller over the next three years.

What do I mean? More in a brief podcast later.

<edit: Scratch that idea. I figured it out. The difference in the data is the gold allegedly held at the FRBNY.>

Mar 6, 2014 - 2:41pm

So Greg mentioned...

...at least twice that he believes especially in silver when it comes to the metals. And I posted this from Hugo Salinas Price over in Cal's thread:


I wholeheartedly agree. This whole argument that silver is not money is just nonsense in my opinion.

If this thread goes public, MF is going to come unglued!

Cue SS121 in 3...2...1...

Mar 6, 2014 - 2:38pm

did not know Putin's 61 years old

From bottom of previous thread - not sure if this has been posted?

With Crimean appeal, Putin goes head-to-head with West over Ukraine

By Elizabeth Piper

MOSCOW Thu Mar 6, 2014 10:29am EST

(Reuters) - Almost certainly orchestrated by Vladimir Putin, Crimea's appeal to join Russia pits the president directly against the West in a standoff that has increasingly high stakes and unpredictable consequences.




Mar 6, 2014 - 2:35pm

10 year yields.


double bottom almost there now on the 6 month chart.

Mar 6, 2014 - 2:30pm

Deep storage gold

Over 7000 tons are 'deep' storage. Hmmm.

Mar 6, 2014 - 2:29pm

Anything above 246.50 would

Anything above 246.50 would be a new high close for this 2014 rally in the HUI. Watch closely.

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