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Gold / Re: One of a million possible gold paths
Last post by ken -
When confidence in the usa wanes you will see hyperinflation. Will not happen for years. But when that time takes hold have property, material gold (maple leaf) and silver. If you have cash left it might be the cheapest material you have to make wall paper out of. It will be worth more that way.

As it looks, worldwide revolution is heading our way along with a world war. In the usa I see a civil war, a revolutionary war at the same time. States breaking away will bring on a revolution as the central government tries to retain power. In the end all governments turn on their people without fail. One exception, Russia. A bloodless revolution back in the Yelsin days.
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Currencies / DAX
Last post by ken -
Compare to gold, The DAX is a blue chip stock market index consisting of the 30 major German companies trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
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Gold / Re: One of a million possible gold paths
Last post by dfin826 -
Well, looks like at least 990,000 of them point significantly higher.. Here's the thing, if we look at the long term cyclical charts you recently posted showing previous bull runs it is hard to rationalize we are not in the beginning inning of the next bull run of at least proportional gains. Moreover, I believe that chart should also be put into the framework and context of comparable bullish factors that fueled those prior cyclical runs. I would argue this cycle has evolved from fire wood to rocket fuel for lift off and sustainment in orbit.  Here is some of my thinking.  1. Duration of bear market in PM & real assets was greatly extended in scope and duration due to unprecedented financial repression/monetary intervention. 2. Debt escalation across the globe. 3. Population growth, especially rapidly growing middle class in many developing nations has created a much larger base of demand for industrial production but moreover a much greater potential investment demand base (what is going to happen when they lose faith in currency and start trying to protect their wealth?). 4. Basil 3 global banking accord and reclassification of Gold - Central banks are in accumulation mode right now and how is it this got such little fanfare? 5. Amazing new demand drivers for Gold & Silver but especially Silver. Not only are these mega industrial drivers, they are inelastic and cutting edge technology products central to powering tomorrow's global economy. I'm sure you get scale of Solar Panels, Electric Vehicles, a plethora of batteries for electric tools and other electronic devices for a growing base of consumers, but folks are under estimating the amount of Gold and Silver are now needed for the space exploration "cold war" quietly growing in MANY countries (not the two or three up to recently). Or the medical devices, etc.. 6. Can't leave out growing geopolitical risk - Trade wars and sanctions have historically led to wars. Combine that with China's ambitions (South China Seas, Taiwan, Hong Kong, strategic goals for global domination and taking down US via a host of nefarious activities while bidding their time, etc..), Russia's resurgence with similar goals, North Korea powder keg with South Korea, Japan, & US, Iran (need I say more), Taliban, ISIS, growing instability growing across Europe, and let's not forget Venezuela and I'm sure a few more could be added.. 7. Years of high grading and lower CAPEX to keep the lights on have taken a toll that is just now showing up. Previous bull runs never had anywhere near the industrial demand we have now to compete with what will certainly be higher investment demand. 8. Crypto currencies - Isn't it interesting that Ethereal alternative currencies that consume MASSIVE amounts of energy (real money/value) backed by nothing have syphoned off a large amount of speculative capital away from PM's and other hard assets?  I believe they are doomed to fail for several reasons especially when siht hits the fan.. Can we trust the internet?? Can we rely on a rules not to change?? Can we trust governments not to confiscate/tax/redistribute?? Can we really afford to completely waste that much electricity for crypto mining that would have to continue to consume an unsustainable more and more electricity? Are people that stupid that they haven't thought this through? The only crypto concept that could work IMO is a gold backed crypto currency and that would also be bullish for Gold.. however, there are still all the problems and concerns I highlighted and I think when that "siht" does hit the fan people will gravitate towards the real thing because I certainly don't trust anyone to hold my gold especially since the holders probably don't even hold it while they charge you for it. Oh, and you can bet a crypto backed by Gold will have a fee to cover storage of the Gold backing.. I had two more points in my draft I lost and no more time but hope this stimulates some good dialogue and tests my thesis that this bull cycle will likely be significantly enhanced and extended for all these reasons and I think a few more..
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Thanks Ed, and since then it has become abundantly clear that several social media platforms controlled by liberals have been aggressively and almost openly censoring free speech along the lines of their ideology.
I'm in the process of deleting google from my life. Will take several months as I have some legal shit I have to finish and changing email mid course is not an option.
Get Protonmail if you want privacy.
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Thanks Ed, and since then it has become abundantly clear that several social media platforms controlled by liberals have been aggressively and almost openly censoring free speech along the lines of their ideology.
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Silver - General Discussion / Re: Promising Silver Stocks
Last post by dfin826 -
Have any of you looked at Silvercrest Metals (SILV) or Gold Resources (GORO)? The thing I am focusing on is 1. Management/track record/trust  2. Grades/AISC/Logistics  3. Organic growth potential by virtue of following what they already have with very high confidence and promising drill results.  I also like smaller operations with proven management working with proven or almost proven goods.  SILV has gone up a lot but I still haven't sold because the potential for resource growth at low AISC is so great.  Just look at the grades, progression of drill results, and # of untapped vein discoveries so far.. I would have to write a book if I got started on all the positive factors that make me very bullish on GORO with much lower risk than anything in the sector.  There has been a perfect storm that has created a tremendous opportunity. Highly recommend folks read recent Yahoo board posts, listen to last CC, and look at their presentation. Third horse at this time is USAS. Two big investments by Sprott recently and Gold production starting soon at their new Nevada property looks pretty attractive.. I really like PAAS also and kicking myself for selling most to take profits as I thought I'd have another opportunity to get in lower. Close to giving in and buying more here.. Sold all my AG for a nice gain with same strategy that didn't work out so now I'm sitting here wondering how to get back in before what I expect to be another strong run up fairly soon.. I held EXK for quite a while and got burned pretty good.Besides the issues Nikko points out I was less than impressed with their resource grades, dilution, and profitability.
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Silver - General Discussion / Re: Promising Silver Stocks
Last post by ken -
I have stated that anyone holding miners should have Barrick Gold at the top of their list. Best CEO in the business and a growing business with positive cashflows and growing dividends. CDE would be my dark horse for beta. PAAS has good management as well as does BTO.

Agreed. I don't worry with their management.
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Silver - General Discussion / Re: Promising Silver Stocks
Last post by Nikko -
I have stated that anyone holding miners should have Barrick Gold at the top of their list. Best CEO in the business and a growing business with positive cashflows and growing dividends. CDE would be my dark horse for beta. PAAS has good management as well as does BTO.
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Silver - General Discussion / Re: Promising Silver Stocks
Last post by Nikko -
ED, with all do respect I dont know what you see in EXK. They continuously miss their earnings, always have mine issues...its a trend with these guys. Iys a stock I would not touch with a 10 foot pole personally and the chart says it all.
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Gold / Re: One of a million possible gold paths
Last post by edthelorax -