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Posted 19 July 2017 - 06:06 AM

Top of Page Charts: Gold / USD / china gold // Russell / Copper / china silver

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3d : ag : au

 

China/SGE: 4,200 RMB/kg / 6.150 = $ 683 / 35.274 = $19.36 (discount of about 20-25 cents?)

10/08-10am: Rmb3,846 /6.140 = $ 626.4 / 35.274 = $17.76 (prem. 57 cents)

10/13-9.am : Rmb3,884 /6.136 = $ 633.0 / 35.274 = $17.94 -$17.39= prm-$0.55

Goldstock : HK-2840 : GBS.L : GLD : GDX : NUGT : tza/faz -- HKpeg : DXY : StkX : 10-d : SPX : sjw : img :

HK 3081: 28991051hs / UK: POG / ABX : Sil : IAG : dba-etc. ... lot : PB : CVN : CC2 :  BTC : SLV-lv

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Gran Columbian Gold is beginning to outperform Gold & other Gold-related shares

 

GCM.t vs. etc ... update

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GCM bonds and some shares now represent one of my largest positions


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Posted 19 July 2017 - 11:33 PM

Jul 19th

BUBBLES POPPING? Treasury Yields, Corporate Tax And US Dollar Tumble ... GINGRICH: Boost Economy or Face Cataclysmic Losses in 2018

 

As bond yields began to tumble, so stocks rolled over and VIX jerked above 10…

10Y Yields have retraced exactly 50% of the post-hawkish-Draghi swing higher…

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Notably UST bonds relationship to Bunds has broken down in the last week…

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US dollar falls to10-month low on doubts Fed will raise rates in 2017

Bets up that Federal Reserve is done increasing US interest rates

 

The US dollar hit its lowest level against a basket of major currencies in 10 months on Monday and the Australian dollar hit a more than two-year high on strong Chinese economic data and doubts that the Federal Reserve would raise interest rates again this year.


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Posted 20 July 2017 - 12:34 AM

IWM, etf for Russell-2,000 looks like it could be near an important peak (146-148?)

 

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TZA is a 3X "down bet" on IWM

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This chart compare FAZ (3x Bear on Financial stocks) with TZA

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BUY OPTIONS: ?
faz: $16.33 -$0.13 (-0.79%) / tza: $15.38 -$0.47 (-2.97%)
======= : -ATM-- : --strike-- : -AUG : -SEP : OCT.as%ofX: : DEC - as%X :  JAN.as%ofX :
Ratio:F/T : r 1.062 :
FAZ Calls : $16.33 : $16.Call : $0.79 : $0.84 : $1.22, 7.63%: $0.00 - 0.00% :
TZA Calls : $15.38 : $15.Call : $0.79 : $1.03 : $1.40, 9.33%: $0.00 - 0.00% : $2.15, 14.3%

Ratio:T/F : r 1.062 :

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Posted 20 July 2017 - 07:01 AM

THE PRICE that Truthtellers pay (unfortunately, sometimes they forget the Rewards of living with integrity)

 

Cassie Jaye paid a price for making a film, the Red Pill, which tells some non-PC truths about gender relationships.

 

Cassie Jaye on Laci Green & Media Backlash

 

Meantime, the "human garbage bin" Laci Green seems to coast through life, collecting nice Youtube money on her videos,

supporting various SJW causes, while promoting sexual promiscuity, and "sex positive" bi-sexuality

 

Laci Green LIVE: Red Pilling, Sex, and Constructive Dialogue

 

I reckon that Laci is only a step or two ahead of the black cloud of depression that her lifestyle creates around her

 

(I think about John McCain and his brain cancer, and how "karma is a bitch", a worse bitch than Laci Green.)


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Posted 20 July 2017 - 07:44 AM

"Karma is a Bitch", eh John?

 

McCain has 'most malignant of brain tumors'

 

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McCain's BRAIN CANCER is sad news for him and for his family.

But if he resigns immediately, as he should, my prayers and the prayers of many others will be answered.

I hope he recovers after that, but as a FORMER member of the Senate. We need this corrupt old war monger OFF the political stage, and somewhere that he can do no further damage!

 

Time to pay the piper, Warmonger!

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Lets start with a resign right away. Let the rest take care of itself.

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Posted 22 July 2017 - 01:19 AM

The US Dollar may be very near Key Support - if it breaks, Gold may soar

 

DXY / Trade-weighted US Dollar ... update

 

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GLD - Gold's etf ... all data -- threatening to break the downtrend, as the USD is weak

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Posted 22 July 2017 - 07:00 AM

Time to fire the Sonuva-bitch

 

Trump Must Back Up His Threat to Mueller, 1719

 

Mueller has strayed into full witch-hunt mode

 

He needs to Fire Mueller and the other scum-ocrat lover ((( Rod Rosenstein )))

 

And We-the-people need to back him up.

 

Both barrels need action !!!


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Posted 23 July 2017 - 01:58 AM

Bitcoins - this run-up towards $3000 may be a last gasp - But watch the Volume!

 

BTS ... 5-months

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Posted 23 July 2017 - 07:48 AM

DATA needs Update

Price: (YrE'15): (07/01): (YrE'16)/ (01/27): (02/24) (03/31): (04/28)  (05/26) : (06/02) (06/30) : (07/07) (07/14) : (07/21) :
Gold : 1060.5 : 1344.9 : 1151.7 / 1188.4 : 1258.3 : 1251.2 : 1268.3 : 1268.1 : 1280.2 : 1242.3 : 1209.7 : 1227.5 : 1254.9 :
GLD : 101.46 : 128.41 : 109.61 / 113.49 : 119.70 : 118.72 : 120.77 : 120.54 : 121.61 : 118.20 : 115.28 : 116.77 : 119.26 :
GDX : $13.72 : $29.05 : $20.95 / $23.22 : $24.13 : $22.81 : $22.23 : $22.94: $22.76 : $22.08 : $21.21: $21.80 : $22.41 :
Ratio: R7.395 : R4.420 : R5.232 / R4.888 : r4.961 : R5.205 : r5.433 : r5.255 : R5.343 : r5.353 : r5.435 : R5.356 : r5.322 (/10.52)
Ratio 13.52%: 22.62%: 19.11%/ 20.45% 20.16%: 19.21%: 18.41%: 19.03%: 18.72% : 18.68% : 18.40%: 18.67%: 18.79% (GDx56.0)
Gdxj : $19.21 : $45.38 : $31.55 / $36.87 : $40.09 : $35.98 : $32.23 : $31.92 : $31.88 : $33.38 : $31.29 : $32.40 : $33.14 :
Spdr : 642.37 : 953.91 : 822.17 / 803.0E : 841.17 : 834.EE : 853.26 : 847.45 : 865Est : 852.50 : 835.35 : 828.84 : 813.76 = 26.16M oz.
Au/S : R-1.65 : R-1.41 : r1.401 / R1.48E: R1.496 : R1.50E : R1.486 : R1.496 : r1.480 : R1.457 : R1.448 : r1.481 : R1.542 :
TLT : 120.58 : 140.57 : 119.13 / 119.63 : 122.01 :: 120.71 : 122.35 : 123.48 :: 125.62 : 125.12 : 122.72 : 123.33 : 125.69 :
G/Tlt : r8.795 : R9.567: R9.668/ R9.993 : R10.26: R10.37 : R10.37: R10.27 : R10.19 : R9.929 : R9.857 : R9.953 : R9.984 /vs L: 8.65
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AGS : Y3,210 : y4,157 : y3,988 / y3,943 : y4,167 : y4,124 : y4,094 : y3,??? : y3,???? : Y3,??? : y3,000 : Y3,000 : y3,000 >16.46 :
SLV- : $13.19 : $18.74 : $15.11 / $16.22 : $17.40 : $17.25 : $16.30 : $16.40 : $16.59 : $15.71 : $14.73 : $15.08 : $15.60 :
WPM: $12.42 : $24.78 : $19.32 / $21.42 : $21.15 : $20.84 : $19.97 : $20.89 : $20.38 : $19.89 : $18.97 : $19.46 : $20.00 :
SIL*- : $18.51 : $45.95 : $32.11 / $37.36 : $38.28 : $36.02 : $34.90 : $35.93 : $35.19 : $33.95 : $31.73 : $33.21 : $34.22 :
DBA : $20.61 : $21.98 : $19.97 / $20.57 : $20.29 : $19.78 : $19.74 : $19.83 : $19.90 : $19.85 : $20.10 : $20.07 : $20.13 :
XLE- : $60.32 : $68.60 : $75.32 / $74.23 : $70.99 : $69.90 : $67.84 : $66.61 : $65.09 : $64.92 : $64.01 : $65.40 : $65.11 :
Cop'r: $2.135 : $2.220 : $2.510 / $2.690 : $2.700 : $2.652 : $2.610 : $2.570 : $2.570 : $2.710 : $2.650 : $2.690 : $2.720 :
WTI- : $37.07 : $49.28 : $53.72 / $53.17 : $53.99 : $50.30 : $49.33 : $49.80 : $47.66 : $46.04 : $44.23 : $46.54 : $45.77 :
CRB : 176.27 : 194.26 : 192.51 / 193.43 : 190.93 : 185.88 : 181.73 : 182.00 : 177.96 : 174.78 : 172.56 : 176.28 : 176.66 :
Corn : 358.00 : 360.25 : 352.00 / 362.50 : 370.75 : 364.40 : 366.50 : 374.25 : 372.75 : 381.00 : 392.50 : 376.25 : 379.75 :
Wheat 468.50 : 496.25 : 408.00 / 420.50 : 448.00 : 426.50 : 432.25 : 438.25 : 429.50 : 526.00 : 535.00 : 510.75 : 499.25 :
Sugar 15.24c : 20.78C : 19.51c / 20.33c : 19.81ct : 16.76c : 16.13c : 15.05ct : 13.74c : 13.81c : 14.15c : 14.30C : 14.40c :
BTC : $433.5 : $680.0 : $948.5 / $920.0 : 1135.0 : 1041.1 : 1315.0 :  2290.0 : 2500.0 : 2521.0 : 2500.0 : 2200.0 : 2826.0
B/G.: 40.88%: 50.56%: 82.36%/  77.42%: 90.22%: 83.20%: 103.7%: 180.6%: 195.3%: 202.9%: 206.6% : 179.2% : 225.2% :
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EEM- : $32.19 : $34.69 : $35.01 / $37.47 : $38.48 : $39.39 : $40.06 : $41.74 : $41.76 : $41.39 : $41.13 : $43.42 : $43.63 :
FXI -- : $35.29 : $34.48 : $34.71 / $36.82 : $38.54 : $38.49 : $38.53 : $40.23 : $40.52 : $39.71 : $39.48 : $41.89 : $42.04 :
ShCm : 3519.2 : 2932.5 : 3103.6 / 3159.2 : 3253.4 : 3222.5 : 3154.7 : 3110.1 : 3105.5 : 3192.4 : 3218.0 : 3222.4 : 3238.0 :
PHM- : $17.82 : $19.48 : $18.38 / $21.26 : $21.73 : $23.55 : $22.67 : $22.84 : $23.71 : $24.53 : $24.94 : $24.36 : $24.31 :
IYR -- : $75.08 : $82.33 : $76.94/ $76.97 : $80.31 : $78.49 : $78.93 : $79.13 : $79.94 : $79.77 : $78.70 : $79.84 : $80.45 :
IWM - : 112.62 : 115.39 : 134.85 / 136.19 : 138.65 : 137.48 : 139.06 : 137.54 : 139.85 : 140.92 : 140.94 : 141.73 : 144.55 :
XLF - : $23.82 : $22.74 : $23.25 / $23.65 : $24.42 : $23.73 : $23.53 : $23.61 : $23.45 : $24.67 : $25.05 : $24.92 : $24.80 :
XLF/S: 11.68%: 10.83%: 10.31% / 10.33% 10.31%: 10.47%: 9.883%: 9.768%: 9.600%: 10.20%: 10.34%: 10.15% : 10.05%
SPY- : 203.87 : 209.92 : 223.53- / 228.97 : 236.74 : 235.74 : 238.08 : 241.71 : 244.17 : 241.80 : 242.11 : 245.56 : 246.88
VIX-- : 18.21%: 14.77%: 14.04% / 10.58%: 11.47%: 10.96%: 10.82%: 09.77% : 09.75%: 11.18%: 11.19%: 09.51% : 09.36%
ShPut  $6.670 : $02.85 : $08.30 / $20.00 : $14.95 : $13.15 : $11.45 :  $09.58 : $08.62 : $08.31 : $08.16 : $06.37 : $00.00 -Ja$240p
DXY - : 98.693 : 95.720 : 102.38 / 100.56 : $99.77 : 100.22 : $99.04 : $97.40 : $96.67 : $95.64 : $95.79 : $95.11 : $93.97 :
H-gold: R10.75 : r14.05: R11.25 / R11.82: R12.26: R12.56 : R12.81 : R13.02 : R13.24 : R12.99 : R12.63: R12.91: R13.35 / 11.3-14.2
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Gold  : 1060.5 : 1344.9 : 1151.7 / 1188.4 : 1258.3 : 1251.2 : 1268.3 : 1268.1 : 1280.2 : 1242.3 : 1209.7 : 1227.5 : 1254.9

 

RATIO: SLV -toGLD / is Silver to Gold

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Posted 24 July 2017 - 12:08 AM

Is Dunkirk "the best War movie ever"?  It might be

 

Christopher Nolan's film shows the horrors of war, civilian heroism...

But breaks the rules: No Americans, No Germans shot... very little dialog

 

Dunkirk - Trailer 1 [HD]

 

Trailer 2: extended, 5 minutes

 

Visual feast, tension builds through out

 

Nolan: "More a survival film, than a war film"

 

Opening weekend of $50 Million, very good box office for a war-related film..
The reviews were nearly all positive, A-, 5-stars overall

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Weekend Box Office 7/23/17 3-Day Weekend Box Office Estimates

1. Dunkirk                                                         $50.5M $50.5M 3,720 1

2. Girls Trip                                                        $30.4M $30.4M 2,591 1

3. Spider-Man: Homecoming                              $22.0M $251.7M 4,130 3

4. War for the Planet of the Apes                       $20.4M $97.8M 4,100 2

5. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets $17.0M $17M 3,553 1

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> http://www.hollywood...n-bombs-1023700

 

Released weeks ago, WW is still in the running:

9. Wonder Woman $4.6M $389M 1,971 8

 

> Dunkirk thread: http://www.greenener...showtopic=21605


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Posted 24 July 2017 - 11:28 AM

KITCO Articles

 

PRECIOUS-Gold steady as U.S. political woes keep dollar in check Reuters06:27AM

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Posted 24 July 2017 - 03:40 PM

A WHO DUNNIT

Actually makes great sense

Like the JFK killers - the perps admit their actions at death

 

(As posted in the Fringe section):

http://yournewswire.com/cia-911-wtc7/

 

CIA Agent Confesses On Deathbed: ‘We Blew Up WTC7 On 9/11’

 

Mr. Howard says the World Trade Center 7 operation is unique among his demolitions, as it is the only demolition that “we had to pretend wasn’t a demolition job”. He claims he had no problem going through with the deception at the time, because “when you are a patriot, you don’t question the motivation of the CIA or the White House. You assume the bigger purpose is for a greater good. They pick good, loyal people like me, and it breaks my heart to hear the shit talk.

 

Explaining how the building was bought down, Mr. Howard says, “It was a classic controlled demolition with explosives. We used super-fine military grade nanothermite composite materials as explosives. The hard part was getting thousands of pounds of explosives, fuses and ignition mechanisms into the building without causing too much concern. But almost every single office in the Building 7 was rented by the CIA, the Secret Service, or the military, which made it easier.

 

Mr. Howard explains that WTC 7 was “loaded with explosives in strategic places” in the month leading up to the day that changed the course of American history. On September 11th, while the North and South towers burned, fuses were ignited in World Trade Center 7, and nanothermite explosions hollowed out the building, destroying the steel structure, removing the reinforcements, and allowing the office fires to tear through the rest of the building, hollowing it out like a shell.

 

When the building came down, it was such a rush. Everything went exactly to plan. It was so smooth. Everybody was evacuated. Nobody was hurt in WTC 7. We were celebrating. We kept watching replays of the demolition, we had the whiskey and cigars out, and then all of a sudden the strangest thing happened. We all started to worry that it looked a bit too smooth. We watched the tape again and again and again and we started to get paranoid. It looked like a controlled demolition. We thought shit, people are going to question this. And then we heard that people from the street were reporting that they heard the explosions during the afternoon. When we were told that the BBC botched their report and announced to the world that the building collapsed 20 minutes before it actually did… At that point we really thought the gig was up.”

 


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Posted Today, 12:40 AM

Record LOW VIX?

 

...the clock is ticking. How is the Vix measuring up right now? Take a look below. The Vix hasn’t been this low since 1993. My chart only goes back 20 years. But it’s telling, isn’t it? The index was equally dormant in early 2007. Then ka-boom!

A nearly total absence of fear

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Source: stockcharts.com

From a purely amateur technical point of view, you could argue that the Vix is making lower lows and lower highs. Another way of putting it is that you have a secular bear market in risk. The world is awash in savings and capital. Investors neither demand (nor will they receive) a “risk premium” in equities because… well the world isn’t that risky!

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Posted Today, 05:22 AM

Drop in TLT may herald a drop in Gold and Gold shares

 

TLT ... 2-yrs

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---: SPY- : Chg : volume/ VIX : GDX: +-chg: -GLD- : Chg: volume: x10.?? WTI.Cr: -DXY- -Chg.- : --TLT- : Chg : Posts/Views cum'l:
21: 246.88 - 0.22 86.4M: 9.36% : 22.41 +0.09 : 119.26 +1.02 9.93M: 1254.9 $45.77 : $93.97 - 0.27 : 125.69 +0.53/ 00, 066 : 000, 2460
24: 246.82 - 0.06 00.0M: 9.43% : 22.06 - 0.35 : 119.31 +0.05 0.00M: 1253.3 $46.44 : $93.85 - 0.12 : 125.20 - 0.49/
25: 247.42 +0.60 49.6M: 9.43% : 22.27 +0.21 : 118.92 - 0.39 6.15M: 1252.1 $47.78 : $94.08 + 0.23 : 123.57 - 1.63/ 00, 073 : 000, 3350
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TLT Down 1.30% in One Day!  As Oil rises by even more, +$1.55 to $47.89, that's 3.34%


The market is "bipolar", swinging back and forth from a focus on Inflation to Deflation. Bet on swings; and stay flexible. What are bipolar markets? See: http://tinyurl.com/GEI-Manix




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