OneGold Adds Platinum!

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You already know how much I love OneGold. Yes, they are an advertiser at TFMR but I am a very satisfied and happy customer. And now they've added platinum to their platform!

Again, I already use OneGold for liquidity with a part of my physical metal portfolio. The ease and convenience of their website and app is unequalled in the precious metals industry. See for yourself here: www.onegold.com

And now they offer platinum, too! Here's just a snippet from Monday's press release:

Many thanks to Ken for this update today. Please be sure to consider OneGold for at least a portion of your precious metal needs.

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boomer soonerCalifornia Lawyer
Mar 5, 2020 - 7:57pm

Good for you!

Bring that sucker to SW Colorado this summer and we can run some trails, test it out.

Nothing like Black Bear Pass to make a Jeeper out of you. Telluride from the topside.

Poughkeepsie Gulch if your feeling ambitious. Lemming can help there, along with the prospecting in the area.

All done with the Jeep

Thanks for asking! All done. Turned the 95 YJ into a perfect bug out vehicle. It's resting comfortably, covered, awaiting my every other month trip to go see her and drive her around.

procog
Mar 5, 2020 - 11:43am

Thank you Team Mates.

Enjoy the present.

The future is going to be tougher.

AGXIIK
Mar 5, 2020 - 10:19am

Fed emergency rate drops. Grand Princess liner

Those 7 prior times of emergency Fed rate drops corresponded with the extremes of stock market crashes. March 2001 going forward for the next year DOW dropped 50% and NASDAQ went down 80% From mid 2007 through late 2008 the DOW and NASDAQ dropped over 50%.

Using Fed rate policies as a tool to Mau Mau market drops ended up shoving huge volumes of QE into the economy and reinflating the very bubbles that Greenspan created with his trillion dollar tranche to solve the Y2K nothingburger and the excesses of the late 1990's.

Boom--the stock market exploded until it crashed.

Then Greenspan did it again, pumping more trillions into the economy, begetting the real estate, banking and stock market bubbles that exploded in a series of crashes that ended with Lehman collapsing. All bubbles and crashes are 100% caused by central bank actions and interventions.

From the crash of 2008 we've seen Bernanke, Yellen and Powell stuck on stupid, printing tens of trillions in funny money and now, here we are, at the precipice of yet another crack up-boom crashing clusterbungle of cosmically and comically MAGA crapitude.

The Fed will do what it always does. Pump money into the system, drop rates to zero and remove any sanctions or barriers to furthering the 3 gigantic bubbles that are being popped by the CV and bad debt.

These rate cuts will continue until they cannot continue even as the Fed runs the rates to zero and below zero.

And the crap will hit the fan fastly and furiously

As for the cruise liner sitting off shore near San Fran. Know this.

The Dream Princess passengers infected have be cut loose like Cap'n Trips. Most of the infections we now see in the US, Japan, SK and Europe started on the Dream Princess. People were released from the liner BEFORE THEY WERE TESTED

This bug has a latency period of up to 1 month with no symptoms and even test kits cannot detect it

Now we see another plague ship off the Cali coast

I will be anyone pretty much any amount of money that within a fortnight that the passengers will be allowed to debark and do so while infected, spreading this disease to any and all in their wake.

This plague ship will double down on the rates of infection but by then the other people from the other cruise liners and travellers from China will have done their damage.

Within a fortnight we will see this bug break out in the heartland like nothing we've ever seen in our lifetimes unless you were born in 1918. There are a few oldsters who might have the memory and are still alive at age 110. Not many, but they are still with us.

Anyways, all we can do is what we can do. As a community we are a great team of resourceful people who work best when we are pressed by adverse situations.

The most important take away of this stork market is that with the wild ups and downs we are seeing over the last 2 weeks, this ends up in a collapse of the equities, straight down but with just enough dead cat bounces to suck in the low information classes who think they can trade while travelling downward at terminal velocity on a player grand piano. It ends badly with a huge crashing cacaphony of discordant noise

Ned Braden
Mar 5, 2020 - 9:47am

Found on Twitter

The last few times the Fed cut rates 50 bps in the same month:

Mar 2001 - Sep 2001 - Oct 2001 - Nov 2001 - Mar 2008 - Oct 2008 - Dec 2008

Hhhmmmm

Ned Bradenjack3617
Mar 5, 2020 - 9:16am

re: Mannarino

He is a good trader. No more than that

bently
Mar 5, 2020 - 9:15am

Big Dutch

When someone like that makes ridiculous charges people rightly take offense and post the multiple things that are great about this site, our community and leader. Anyone who is new, whose mind isn't focused will see the flood of compelling reasons to be here and, I have to believe, the subscriber base will continue to grow.

Craigo
Mar 5, 2020 - 9:13am

Chin up mate, you're website is an absolute 'ripper'

Craig, that's Oz talk for paying someone a complement. There is always a 'dick head' in every crowd and you've just rid yourself of one. Maybe Dutchie will have more time now to sit at the kitchen table and count all his millions... maybe it was Zimbabwe dollars.

Your daily comments/podcasts have saved my trading bacon on multiple occasions and there were times when I failed to take your advice I have suffered the consequences.

So keep up the good work my 'across the pond' friend, Aussies value your efforts as well... even though it's sometimes hard to follow what my fellow Turdites are talking about when discussing in local idioms etc.

Ps...no toilet paper here in Perth either. LOL

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jack3617
Mar 5, 2020 - 9:07am
jack3617
Mar 5, 2020 - 8:56am

Greg Mannarino

Have great respect for Mannarino, but last night he stated there will be no reset & no gold standard it's all a fable. Start at 11:25 for his statement. He talks about Gold & especially silver for your core investment. So was surprised what he said. He's a 32nd degree mason so he must know a lot on the inside. IMHO Heard statements by Max Kaiser & Willie that China is making a move in that direction, so was kind of shocked at the news. I don't believe it that's for sure. Too many people believe differently.

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