Friday, January 29, 2010

Battle Of Titans

Theory or Fact, you decide:
http://www.rense.com/general89/battle.htm

From the article above:

"What I see as a possibility is that next week, if the bankers on Wall Street decide they don't want to be reformed in any way, they simply set the high frequency trading algorithm to sell, creating a huge negative bias for the direction of stocks. And they'll basically crash the market, and it will be a standoff. The market was down three days in a row, which it hasn't been since last summer. It's a game of chicken, till Obama says, 'Okay, maybe we need to rethink this.'"

But the President hasn't knuckled under yet.

15 comments:

  1. If I worked for GS, I'd invest in a bullet proof vest....TexasBlondie

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  2. You are so cynical TB....an ill wind is blowing down Wall Street...and it is a leak from the ponzi bubble.....never fear...GS will do whatever it takes to maintain this ponzi .....at the root of this is the real ponzi and it is the central banks fiat system and that must be maintained. At risk is the control of the world by the Central bankers of the developed countries over the resources of the developing nations...should be a great game

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  3. I'm locked and loaded...no Alpo for me...tastes nasty! :) Kitty has tinkled in GS's sandbox and it smells nasty too! TXB

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  4. Kli, the article by Murray Rothbard, mentioned in the linked article, is really good. Worth reading.

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  5. Kli, I really like this song, G5 top out on the baritone/tenor range is typical of anything today:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBI3lc18k8Q

    - Analyze

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  6. Kli and Palmer: You will both love this version of some guys have all the luck, great performance:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcIz3uCd3nE

    - Analyze.

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  7. Keith Whitley song and related Lorrie Morgan song.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBp3HzWzNus&feature=fvw

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6HXwU3ntN8

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  8. I post these songs over the weekend Kli since I know you are working long hours and may need some entertainment. The next one is "Who wants to live forever", a Freddie classic.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5L8-FTvSVxs

    The intro by Roger Mayer and Freddie Mercury walking down the stairs has a top vocal range to G5, there is a verse prior to the guitar solo that ranges to C5, the highest note here is a stratospheric D5 after the guitar solo. In live performances, Queen played this two steps down on guitar and Freddie also dropped to baritone range within the dropped scale as well on that note, so it must have been a special day in the studio to hit that note. I am a baritone lower than Freddie able to hit the D low, upper range at G5 so I can sing his range walking down the stairs full voice. Still working with my vocal coach to improve. Life is more than just trading ;; - Analyze.

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  9. thnx analyze....the miners i added last week needed some reprieve...

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  10. http://www.dailyfinance.com/article/in-davos-regulators-tell-bankers-new/871378/

    Here we go boys and girls...next week should be very interesting...new rules coming. Davos telling bankers this morning basically they can screw themselves(IMO). Like it or not the party may be coming to an end. They've been drunk far too long, maybe it's time for a little hangover headache. The greedy bastards(please excuse my French)drank the wealth of the masses for too long and now maybe they will begin to puke a bit. Let the games begin! TexasBlondie

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  11. I don't buy it. It's all part of a script. Whatever's going on, they're all in on it together.

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  12. All,

    combined proven and probable reserves of gold, silver, and copper in the ground carrying a present market value of about $62 billion, Yamana's ( AUY) modest $7.3 billion market value is astonishing by comparison. Stock Market always either overshoots OR undershoots when it comes to real assets. As I mentioned before the cheaper AUY stock price becomes the better gift for those of you aware and ready.

    palmer

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  13. palmer any thoughts on JINFF? Big run up last year, went from 0.36 to 3.33 and recently pulled back to Nov lows and bounced and now forming a bull flag.

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  14. Temo,

    When it comes to pink sheet stocks ( JINFF), it's hard to get real data as far as company's balance sheet and in this case their proven reserves of metal. Juniors do well when price of physical Gold explodes and their outstanding shares are low, it's more of a gamble with them . During deflationary market heavy hitters initially take the hit but they recover faster than rest of the market as was the case in 2008. Dealing with juniors is lot more risky.

    joe palmer

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  15. thanks joe. I think I will watch this for day trades and scalps and see what happens

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