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Miscellaneous / Re: Employment Report
Last post by Nikko -
my friend bought Simon Property Group a few weeks ago...hes up 70% now. LOL
Im convinced that we will hit an all time high again in the s&p, but then what??
We are clearly headed for very tough times indeed. More convinced than ever that this will all end very badly and one must protect himself.
get out of debt, stack precious metals...im talking things further and taking my longterm positions out of my brokerage accounts and in certificate form and or registering them in my my name with Computershare if no certificates allowed.
Call me crazy, but this froth that I see has me very very concerned and more importantly what I am seeing in the streets.
Madness!

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Silver - General Discussion / Re: 2020 Silver!
Last post by sandybeachdave -
Silver futures dropped to the BB midpoint and a horizontal support line before moving p slightly today indicating a possible bottom. MACD and STO charts suggest room to move down some more.

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Miscellaneous / Re: Employment Report
Last post by sandybeachdave -
The employment report is good no doubt, but in retrospect, this is exactly what we should have expected but no one did, including me. There has been a tsunami of money flooded into the economy and maybe more influential, a huge incentive from the CARES act, namely if employers retain employees, their government backed recovery loans become grants. So is the economy really any better off or is this a fleeting result financed with fiat money to be borne by the common man via lost dollar purchasing power? The answer is probably somewhere in between with favor toward the lost purchasing power, but for sure the Wuhan flu response has turned the economy and government on their respective heads. In the case of government, the tax payer is now supported by the tax collector and money printer. It is not sustainable as wealth is being consumed much faster than it is being created.
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Miscellaneous / Re: Power grab
Last post by sandybeachdave -
Very well put Ed! You hit a box of nails on their heads.
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Miscellaneous / Re: Power grab
Last post by edthelorax -
Where were the freedom fighters when I lost my freedom to smoke pot in my own house?
Why do I have dead friends after we found out it was the usgovt bringing the drugs into the us.?
Why aren't there protests over giving corporations money to be repaid by my children?
They are not using the guns to protect against blacks being murdered by white cops,
They only care about their right to carry a gun. Nothing else matters.
Selfish as could be IMHO.
I wonder if any politician has thought any of this rioting might be exacerbated by their stupid response to Wuhan flu? First they shut down the economy and since there have been 40 + million put out of work; those are ready to protest or more correctly spread mayhem, and they are. Second, there is no need to try other means to support their families as the government in many cases is paying them more to stay off the job. Now in all the stupidity the politicians can muster, they want to pay bonuses to go back to work, probably will pass and be corrupted as looting and fencing the loot is likely more profitable. The schools for many years now are devoid of any morals based curriculum and teaching/learning has plummeted to record lows, as reported by the department of education, but the indoctrination of political correctness with regard to everything immoral and irresponsible continues with the threat of federal funding if it is not. This is the result of government getting too big and too intrusive as well as being the provider for vastly too many. Citizens are to support government not the other way around.

The link is to an interesting story about Davey Crockett running as an incumbent for congressman from Kentucky. It communicates a fine example of citizen involvement in the political process.

https://fee.org/resources/not-your-to-give/
We have known and talked about how our economy was enjoying prosperity now to be paid for in the future.
We have known that if public education continued it's decline that at some point it would fail to produce enough independent, hard working, intellectuals to keep America the number one nation in the world.
We knew every fiat currency has critical defects by design that have only one eventual outcome.
We have known since 1933 that there is a banking cartel that is taking the wealth of the people and giving it to themselves and their buddies. We knew that some day, they would have it all.
We knew if we didn't constantly work toward eliminating racism that it could eventually be used as a distraction from the cause of the issue. Few whites hate blacks, few blacks hate whites. Sometimes blacks are justified being angry to the point of violence, but it isn't whites they are justified "hating" it's the ones that have set up rules that stacked the deck against the lower income people (many black)  in favor of the few that already had a lot (most of them are white) Sometimes whites are justified being scared of a group of black people, not because they are black but because they have been oppressed by people that happen to be white.
We knew some day in the future when they had enough of our wealth, when they had divided us into have and have not they would come for our freedom.
The future is here.
The few really rich knew exactly how to create a currency, slowly make it fiat, expand it so those at the top could spend a lower % therefore invest a higher % of income and eventually the compounding would make their accumulation dwarf those that were lucky to save %5.
The bubble burst before cv19 or riots both were used to shift blame away from the bubble blowers.  If I was smart enough to see what was eventually coming, the leaders of the fed sure the hell did too. WAY better than I, for sure.
This is all a set up.
step 1 put us as far into debt using something make believe.
step 2 create a situation where that debt can not be repaid
step 3 get those with debt to blame those with nothing and vica virsa so they can fight each other
step 4 take everything they used as collateral for the privilege of using your debt illusion.
step 5 change system so no one else can leverage nothing to compete with your everything
step 6 use your everything to buy the elimination of anyone speaking of any way other than you at the top and only good slaves below you
step 7 have generations of descendants that can enjoy your forward thinking of how to use the available resources to your advantage.
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PM Mining Stocks / Re: Treasury Metals
Last post by ken -
It seems the business plan is to morph themselves into more attractive bait for a bigger fish. If one understands that he is buying ounces in the ground that may or may not be purchased by an entity with resources to develop, then he might get a return but he also understands the risk.I
With 2M ounces after merger, TML will reach a critical size. In May 2018 when the price of gold was $ 1350 for 1700 currently, Bob Moriarty wrote about TML: "'at this stage of development, ounces of gold in a safe territory should be between $ 40 and $ 80. If the company could prove 2 million ounces, the majors would start breathing hard. At that point, the ounces could be between $ 200 and $ 400. " Buying less than 50 CAD or $ 36 US which could be worth 200 to 300 would seem to me a good operation. I am not competent enough to appreciate the credibility of Moriarty's declaration, I find him very optimistic on his evaluation!
Bob is a paid promoter.
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PM Mining Stocks / Re: Treasury Metals
Last post by andre171 -
It seems the business plan is to morph themselves into more attractive bait for a bigger fish. If one understands that he is buying ounces in the ground that may or may not be purchased by an entity with resources to develop, then he might get a return but he also understands the risk.I
With 2M ounces after merger, TML will reach a critical size. In May 2018 when the price of gold was $ 1350 for 1700 currently, Bob Moriarty wrote about TML: "'at this stage of development, ounces of gold in a safe territory should be between $ 40 and $ 80. If the company could prove 2 million ounces, the majors would start breathing hard. At that point, the ounces could be between $ 200 and $ 400. " Buying less than 50 CAD or $ 36 US which could be worth 200 to 300 would seem to me a good operation. I am not competent enough to appreciate the credibility of Moriarty's declaration, I find him very optimistic on his evaluation!
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PM Mining Stocks / Re: Treasury Metals
Last post by sandybeachdave -
In Canadian dollars, the market Cap is less than $60 million, debt is near $5 million, Cash is less than $400,000. I do not see a path to development of the original let alone the new. It seems the business plan is to morph themselves into more attractive bait for a bigger fish. If one understands that he is buying ounces in the ground that may or may not be purchased by an entity with resources to develop, then he might get a return but he also understands the risk.

If that is your investment thesis for a Canadian based company, you might want to look at Sabina Gold and Silver SGSVF, better looking bait in my opinion. If you do not mind another less dependable jurisdiction, yuo might look at Goldmining Inc. GLDGF.
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PM Mining Stocks / Re: Treasury Metals
Last post by andre171 -
TML buys a mine near its Goliath project:
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/treasury-metals-acquire-neighboring-goldlund-200500661.html
This acquisition is made at less than $ 50 per ounce measured.
Given the synergies and economies of scale, this price seems justified.With the proximity to Goliath, we should also note as positive elements of Goldlund the importance of inferred ounces (880,000-) and open pit at 100%.
What do you think, what is your assessment of this operation?
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PM Mining Stocks / Re: Treasury Metals
Last post by andre171 -