A2A with Bill Holter

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What a perfect time for another visit with Bill Holter. There was a lot to discuss and the questions posed by the listeners made for a great conversation. With the current situation seeming rather tenuous, I strongly urge you to take the time to listen.

Among the topics covered over teh course of this call:

  • the situation at DeutscheBank and how this effects other banks and all global markets
  • the vote yesterday to override Obama's veto of the "9/11 Families" bill
  • Bill's personal opinion on the proper allocation of gold and silver
  • whether or not it's a good idea to continue to hold IRA accounts
  • why someone should hold their mining shares in certificate form
  • and a whole lot more

Again, this was anothetr A2A that deserves your time and attention. Please carve out some time over the next few days to give it a thorough listen

TF

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James CrightonJ Siefert
Oct 1, 2016 - 9:58am

Thanks J Siefert

for posting the link - I omitted to!

You will appreciate that Steemit can be used to prove that an idea was yours - an immutable time-stamp - sort of like a patent but better really - because it is immutable (a nefarious lawyer could "lose" a patent).

Much appreciated

jc

J Siefert
Oct 1, 2016 - 5:28am

Link to @TURD: above

RMR - Guest: Ned Scott (09/30/2016)

Listened to it - interesting! I'll look into this myself.

James Crighton
Oct 1, 2016 - 2:52am

@TURD:

Turd - you might want to consider taking this site (TFMetalsReport) to Steemit.

You might not understand this statement but after listening to this YouTube video-interview (by Rogue Money Radio) you will. It would be beneficial to listen right to the end - there is a lot of serious information.

Do listen Turd - it is a real opportunity.

The website is: steemit.com

jc

Sep 30, 2016 - 1:07pm

Speaking of yellow hat photos

Heading to Sochi in one week. Any ideas on "Flat Turdley" photos? I was thinking maybe one next to this guy:

deadcatbounce67
Sep 30, 2016 - 12:15pm

Scratching Head, again...

As the sharks were circling an insolvent Deutsche Bank for the final kill, a rumor was confirmed in a French newspaper that drove the stock price higher into the Friday close... Embarrassing indeed. Now I have to walk back on all my the collapse comments I made yesterday. When will I ever learn. The answer is probably never. Yes, my calculator doesn't have enough decimal places to work out their solvency on the "acid test". Next up: Elon Musk is developing an electronic unicorn that eats global warming and shits skittles.. That should suffice for next Friday's "ramp up".

James CrightonNUGTCALL
Sep 30, 2016 - 12:05pm

@NUGTCALL - 10:34am post

NUGTCALL - the sure way to topple the system is to bypass it: if all us plebs used only bitcoin for transactions - and this is feasible - and not their fiat crap - we would overpower their system in a surprisingly short time. Just think about it - seriously - it IS the way forward - it is there for the taking ...........................

jc

ag4me
Sep 30, 2016 - 11:26am

It would be awesome

to be watching the Ryder Cup and see a giant yellow hat in the crowd...

waxybilldupp
Sep 30, 2016 - 11:16am

Ryder Cup (Turd) ...

Saw some tickets for Sat./Sun. still available as of late yesterday for $150-200 per. It's not too late!

Much to be said for being in the middle of the excitement, but personally, I'm enjoying watching it on TV a lot more. Get to see the action on every hole. I'll be spending some time in downtown Chaska the next few afternoons. There are giant screens set up in the park, along with about 4 or 5 local craft brewers. Food available too, at about 1/3 the cost of Ryder Cup fare. Getting too old to be hiking around a course playing about 7600 yards. Did that Tuesday and my knee is still recovering.

wax off

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J SiefertSafety Dan
Sep 30, 2016 - 11:03am

Re.: Dr Jim Willie The Economic Collapse Accelerating

@ Safety Dan

This is an old one! I knew immediately when when I heard Jim gurgling snot in his throat and nose. I was eating a ripe peach at the time...yuk. Luckily he seems to have got over that now.

JQuest
Sep 30, 2016 - 10:59am

GLD & SLV

The only one's left playing in the GLD/SLV sandbox are the manipulators, this is why they can push price anywhere anytime. Never forget GLD/SLV was created by TPTB to control PM price, it's THEIR sandbox of fraud!

JMHO

JQ

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