A2A with Greg Mannarino

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With the Brexit vote results just hours away, what a great time to check in with independent trader, Greg Mannarino.

Over the course of this webinar, Greg shares plenty of wisdom. Included are his thoughts on:

  • Brexit and how he's positioned ahead of the news
  • Why and how to take emotion out of your trading
  • His feelings regarding silver and the holding of precious metal
  • The current state of the global financial system
  • His thoughts on crude oil, the mining shares and the best restaurant in Vegas.

It's going to be a long night and a volatile day tomorrow. In preparation, please be sure to give this audio a listen

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JQuestTF
Jun 24, 2016 - 8:39am

@ "I KNOW I'm right"

"If you never took the time to listen to Wednesday's podcast "

Who in their right mind would ever miss one of your podcasts? I've been a subscriber for 1-1/2 years now and haven't missed one yet!

You Da Man Turd!

JQ

Jun 24, 2016 - 8:39am

Ooops. Sort of forgot about this

Even more TERRIBLE U.S. economic news.

gazzmann
Jun 24, 2016 - 8:38am

London calling-The clash

London calling-The clash
Blythesshrink
Jun 24, 2016 - 8:37am

Just heard back from him

He's been up all night and is exhausted. Is working through the PM fix and then going to bed. We promised to talk on Monday.

Re Stacy and Max being gagged...I told everyone about that in the podcast I posted right after I got back from London. What a big stinking pile of sht. The only place the word "Brexit" could be used was on BBC. If Max or Stacy uttered it, they were told they'd be censored.

AGAU
Jun 24, 2016 - 8:36am

VE11 day

Victory in Europe day the second

Up yours Merkel ,Rompuy, Juncker etc

Scotland don,t let the door hit you in the arse as you leave

i am so happy today I briefly thought about repatriating (that soon passed)

unbelievable I never thought this would happen it's not just the gold price etc it's the fact that the average Joe can see again that it is possible to poke these arrogant pricks in the eye with a shifty stick that they are our servants not the other way around!!, I know those

hemorrhoids in Brussels are taking notice come on now Brits it's gonna be tough they will throw the works at you now start by throwing out every stinking Eurolaw they have passed with out your permission, take back your industries use the 35 MM in tithes your were paying every day to keep those low life's in luxury, to loan cheap money to industries who set up the UK .throw their shitty fishing quotas out and send the factory ships back to the Dutch . Cameron has already taken the coward way out and quit bye bye ha little fascist bumboy ya won't be missed. Nigel Take a huge bow I hope we get to see you one more time in the Euro "parliament" I can only imagine the utter joy you will have looking those miserable scheming toe rags in the eye and saying goodbye the gravy trains is coming to a halt we the people have decided you Eurocrats are not worth pissing on

All you f ckwad MEP's good luck trying to find a real job, get in the huge lines YOU created you might be able collect some dole with the Jocks and get a look at the real world

oh joy today is one of the happiest days of my life , and the markets are not even open yet !,

silver66
Jun 24, 2016 - 8:33am

just a thought

Cameron resigns, Boris Johnson is pitching to take over as PM. Was Boris not the mayor of the "City of London"

Has this been a Trojan horse move by TPTB to get their man into the top seat of power in the UK???

Silver66

P.S. I think there is a potential that my portfolio may be worth a bit more at the end of today than at the beginning

Blythesshrink
Jun 24, 2016 - 8:28am

Sure - no worries if he's

Sure - no worries if he's busy Craig :-)

Checkout the tweet from Stacy Herbert - sounds like she and Max were gagged from discussing Brexit - just a very small indication of the kind of establishment propaganda we've been up against.

https://twitter.com/andrewmaguire1/status/746223628287541248

silverflower
Jun 24, 2016 - 8:24am

Greek they could sweep under the carpet

by lying to the people and putting common Greek people into poverty.

But this GB BREXIT thing ..., this is a different caliber.

Only the coming weeks can show what is really means. But I think it's a serious blow to this Brussels dictatorship.

By the way: Watch Deutsche Bank and Unicredit stock today......... both under severe pressure.

Jun 24, 2016 - 8:22am

And with silver at $17.97

DO NOT FORGET that today is July silver option expiration day. We've been discussing for over a week that the "sweet spot" for The Banks is anywhere UNDER $18.

If buying calls etc for next week and beyond, you might consider waiting and watching until after 1:20 pm EDT. I am.

gazzmann
Jun 24, 2016 - 8:22am

Brexiting

The EU’s top leaders have said they expect the UK to act on its momentous vote to leave the union “as soon as possible, however painful that process may be” and that there will be “no renegotiation”.

The presidents of the European council, commission and parliament – Donald Tusk, Jean-Claude Juncker and Martin Schulz respectively – and Mark Rutte, the prime minister of the Netherlands which holds the EU’s rotating presidency, said any delay to Britain’s exit would “unnecessarily prolong uncertainty”.

After emergency talks in Brussels, the four said they regretted, but respected Britain’s decision.

“This is an unprecedented situation, but we are united in our response,” they said in a joint statement.

While the UK – the first sovereign country to vote to leave – would remain a member until exit negotiations were concluded, they said,Europe expected it to “give effect to this decision ... as soon as possible” by triggering article 50 of the Lisbon treaty, which is effectively Britain’s formal letter of resignation.

Here is Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty:

https://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegData/etudes/BRIE/2016/577971/EPRS_BRI(2016)577971_EN.pdf

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