Sunday, July 14, 2013

RISE OF THE MACHINES

In the wake of the 120 year Grand Supercycle collapse, the elite global cabal was faced with their next strategic move to keep and consolidate their control. With staggering debt in virtually every quadrant of the economic machine EXCEPT the very largest corporations the cabal moved into the final stage of the Supercycle with a strategy to maintain the control of the dollar as the dominant world currency.....

One of the primary strategies of the bankers was to employ the machines. With control as paramount to the upper echelon it seemed only prudent to insert the machines into as many sectors of the market as possible. Machines were being increasingly used by the cabal in many aspects of the global control grid...not only in the financial sectors but into the military industrial/surveillance sectors. Machines didn't turn into whistleblowers either. With the advancement of the digitalization/machine control there would come increasing concern by sovereign nations that they were losing their own independence, but it was too late for them to have any political input. They would have to turn to the streets to institute meaningful change and that route was being increasingly monitored and controlled by the machines. Artificial intelligence had not reached complete command and control, so humans still occupied positions within the machine network, but their compartmentalization limited their threat to the cabal's plan of consolidation. 

With global deleveraging and concomitant fiat printing a risk of confidence loss always threatened the strategy. Several warning signs required maintenance and control........ESSENTIALS and the price of GOLD. Essentials and gold had both been controlled in price through the cabal controlled future's markets for decades and rolling out multiple ongoing mechanisms did have some limits for the cabal but crossing over the point of no return on CONfidence was always the primary concern for the central planners......ie. losing control. The machines were present to insure the control. There were still humans in the matrix, but as the machines developed more intelligence and control, the humans within the matrix began to pose and obstacle to the machines as opposed to their traditional function of overseeing the machines.

Digital currency began to show signs of risk as breakdowns within the matrix, whether accidental or intentional created fear within the CONfidence backing the fiat system. As fear increased, imbalances began to accelerate and the machines responded with their programmed control mechanisms. Unfortunately the control of chaos began to breakdown as unintended consequences surfaced in multiple markets. The complexity of the market and nature eventually began to collapse on the machines in a remarkably rapid fashion. Even an attempt to merge with the military machines to stave off global breakdown was too little, too late for the central planners. Juggling one hundred nitroglycerin balls eventually came to an end with just one small stumble initiating it. Newtons Law wins....for every action there is always an equal and opposite reaction.....Nature's law WILL be obeyed. Timing is up to nature and NOT random human intervention. gl gang..









71 comments:

  1. Immigration "reform" doesn't seem to be about jobs when the robot technology to harvest crops is rapidly advancing. What in the world are humans going to do when they are no longer needed to farm/fight/fly and on and on? That is the real need for control imo.

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  2. I continue to listen to the "Financial Sense" Radio show each weekend.
    Some highlights:
    -One commentator felt that Gold could still fall to 1050 range. Another thought Gold will trade from 1200 to 1350 for "awhile".
    -Oil will likely rise for the next month or so, possibly setting up a shorting opportunity. (The economy cannot support a high oil price)
    -S&P should still hit 1700 this year and eventually 2000. Reason given is all the cash on the sidelines & money coming out of bonds.
    -Ben will bring down the yield on the 10 year to: "2.25%"--which the commentator claimed will be your "last chance to get out of bond funds".

    Obviously, a major event such as war of mother nature could change all this.

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  3. Ugh!--should say "war or mother nature"

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    1. actually it was a great freudian slip...makes sense as we are at war with mother nature....

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  4. Is anyone making trades today?

    Market seems tired.

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  5. Hehe, Freudian Slip there, Doc? The War of Mother Nature actually sounds good to me.

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  6. Budfox, it's earnings season. What are we going to see this week?

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  7. Sometimes the casino doesn't even hide the robbery:


    Gold
    1,281.90
    +4.30
    +0.34%

    While at the same time:

    SPDR Gold Shares (GLD)
    123.93 Down 0.20(0.16%) 2:13PM EDT - Nasdaq Real Time Price

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  8. You know--I did think of not correcting it.

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  9. I expect the usual Jay, companies barely beating already lowered top and bottom lines, to continue the illusion that all is well. Then you'll have garbage that will continue post losses as their stocks hit new all time highs.

    This is the new normal, cash is worthless, they have beaten up gold and bonds, so it's equities or bust. I continue to maintain a large cash position, while also staying invested in the markets. If gold ever hits my target of <$1000, I'm buying physical. I'm also hoping for a correction in the markets to put more cash there before the next ramp-up. Doc's targets of 1700 for this year sounds good to me. But no idea what happens in 2014 and beyond.

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  10. One thing to remember is that shorting during earnings has been a losing proposition since 2010....

    I started nibbiling on ABX for the yield...pps goes up even better...

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    1. liking abx buy already..auq nibbling also..why do I feel inflation is going to finally come out of shadows...I think this the PE crowd knows inflation is next on the pecking order, thus all cash buys of overpriced homes..just a guess though

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  11. http://bullmarketthinking.com/ronald-stoeferle-the-largest-most-deep-pocketed-traders-have-positioned-themselves-for-higher-gold-prices/

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  12. http://www.theaureport.com/pub/na/15439

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  13. http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN_DailyWeb/Entries/2013/7/15_Rick_Rule_-_The_Secret_To_How_Eric_Sprott_%26_I_Became_Wealthy.html

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  14. Just to give you guys an idea of who is buying all the gold... Check this out:

    http://www.usdebtclock.org/gold-demand-by-country.html

    India and China!!

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  15. The economy is basically in a recession. Market at all time highs. I see so many commercial properties vacant or for lease. Even on I-8 near Qualcom stadium the commercial office buildings are deserted. All over the buisnesses in San Diego have vanished....Smoke and mirrors or the Feds house of horrors.

    Only fool with counterfit money would put it to work above 1690. this weekly trendline goes back to 2008.

    ISEE has been sneaking up.

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    1. continued collapse will not be reversed as it was in recessions 20-50 years ago....these were cyclic inventory rebalancing etc......this is structural. History will show we began the greatest depression ever in 2007 late and it will not end until 2020.....the end may not be what you want so careful what you wish for.......but make no mistake your prosperous restaurants full of people is an illusion due to a confluence of several factors.......(fewer restaurants for one) and as the manipulated stats even show the consumer (whats left of him) is beginning to roll over. We're in trouble and if been even slightly slows down bond buying you will see things get very ugly. He may do it too just to show you how important HIS bond buying is.......so prepare......He will then begin the "Greatest QE EVER!! in 2014

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    2. No way that anyone could out print Ben. No way.

      Inflation will get ugly.

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  16. Coke misses on revenue and CEO blames WEATHER???? These crooked bastards cans say ANYTHING!!!

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    1. The scary thing is that people buy it! Low information folks see the headline and believe the BS.

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  17. Picked up shares in ANV and IAG. Lots of recent insider buying, both are ramping up production in next 1-3 years, low cost per ounce (under $800/oz), and have high levels of reserves.

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    1. the boyz are buying them today too....lets see if they trigger some squeezes

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    2. Both are doing quite well at the time I'm posting this...

      Allied Nevada Gold Corp.
      NYSEMKT: ANV - Jul 16 12:48pm ET
      6.27+0.55 (9.62%)

      IAMGOLD Corp (USA)
      NYSE: IAG - Jul 16 12:48pm ET
      4.55+0.20 (4.60%)

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  18. Of course it's the weather...heatwave took up about 20% of the Nightly News last night when in fact, sun activity at a minimum, Cycle 24 has been the weakest ever: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_minimum This is provided by a geologist friend. No money in cooling (carbon credit taxes) apparently.

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  19. Some interesting silver charts from market anthropology: http://www.marketanthropology.com/

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  20. There are some commentators on the Keystone Speculator site that are very bullish for the rest of the week (OPEX). They wrote that today's dip will not fall past 1672 on the S&P. Then, market could rally to 1700 this week.

    Seems to me that the market is overbought, but maybe some type of blow off the top event is needed before the selloff starts.

    Nice to see the miners doing better--even SVM is participating.

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  21. Goldman takes out Tesla...Hitting speculative...but the entire market is speculative.

    GDP sucks. There is a need for a giant shake out then money can be droped from black helocopters prior to midterm elections.Otherwise, inflation will be horrible at that time.

    When would be the best time to orchestrate a correction? For sure next spring the PTB need low interest rates and some confidence to move toxic assets...I mean realestate. Does not leave much time.

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  22. Gold has been flat for the last 3 hours.

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    1. not anymore on the miners...after burners kicking in the last hour

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    2. watch out for Bernanke testimony to hit the new metal bulls...its like clockwork

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    3. its been a perfect trade for a long time.......one day it won't be perfect....

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  23. The Bernanke...

    China Town is own of my favorite movies of all time. Mainly because of my interest in the Owens Valley.

    I Love the Owens Valley.

    One of the best road trips of all times is HWY 395 up from LA to Reno. So much History,,,geologic, cowboy, indian.the water wars.

    Rivers in the Desert is a must read.

    "she is my sister...she is my daughter..." China Town.

    Like China Town the movie, QE is exactly the same story. ...a few with money and power taking advantage. Like the movie "she is my taper..she is my QE.. She is my taper and my QE...the definition of mental illness. Our leadership is mentally ill.

    ...sucking the life blood from those un aware like the parasites they are.

    Who are they? Who are THEY. HE HE EH.

    anybody with a .gov address or a badge.

    Pretty much fuck 'em.





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  24. http://books.google.com/books/about/Rivers_in_the_Desert.html?id=7lvRnuwxmUoC

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  25. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-07-17/farewell-housing-recovery-housing-starts-miss-most-january-2007-permits-have-biggest#comments

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  26. is anyone watching Ben on TV right now?

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  27. Classic trash of the PMs when he speaketh. I often wonder what % of the sheeple even know (or care) that the Fed (brilliant misnomer) is not a gov't. agency. I would bet 85% of my friends do not...

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    1. Ain't that the truth sister.

      Bernanke speaks. Gold plunges.







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  28. Wishing I had the funds to play the PUTS game on DUST. Ugh... won't have it til the end of the month. Those triple ETF's are a gift to short when they hit the $150 range, especially on something as volatile as miners. I think you could have bagged $100 monthly puts at $2 a week or two ago. Sitting at $8 now with plenty more to come I bet. One nice day for the miners and DUST will drop $15-$30.

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    1. I nibbled on a couple GLD puts before the Bernanke spoke.

      Symbol Qty Last Price Chg $|% Mkt Value Total Chg $
      GLD 124.00 AUG 13 P 2 3.53 +$0.85 706.00 +170.00
      Total Mkt Value: $706.00 Total Mkt Chg ($|%): 170.00

      Easiest $170.00 I've ever made.

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  29. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-07-17/q-are-you-printing-money-not-literally

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    1. Q: Are You Printing Money?
      Bernanke: Not Literally

      Tears of laughter are rolling out of my eyes.



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    2. Hey, at least he was honest.

      The follow-up question should have been:

      How many keyboards have you went through in the last year due to broken "0" keys?

      :)

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  30. I bet gold tanks in the last hour.

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  31. they can beat it down another few weeks and that would suit me just fine.......nice fiat buy coming if they do.......have been accumulating hard every week but can't make big buys until august15...

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  32. This YouTube on the Quantitative Easing is still hilarious (if it weren't so sad): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTUY16CkS-k Expanding their balance sheet is not printing money.

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  33. http://www.silverdoctors.com/second-dutch-bank-to-follow-abn-amro-close-gold-accounts/

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  35. Restaurants taking a hit...

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-07-18/restaurant-spending-june-plunges-most-february-2008

    Still, up 3.1 percent over last year.

    I bought a pizza and 2 dinner salads to go at a local restaurant...$40.00 Forty dollars? About fell out of my 10 year old car.

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  36. Buying the VIX today for a trade....I am betting the market closes red....

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    1. sorry for the repeat link below sheeps......but yeh....I like your move on the vix

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  37. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-07-18/restaurant-spending-june-plunges-most-february-2008

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    1. Is this the beginning of the end?

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    2. its the dying consumer with no hope

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  38. TSRX looks like CLDX...heading for 20..

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  39. Honest - Are you still holding arna? Seems the market doesn't like arna...I own a few hundred shares. Thanks.

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    1. Arena Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (ARNA)

      7.10 Down 0.08(1.12%) 3:16PM EDT - Nasdaq Real Time Price

      52wk Range: 6.65 - 11.00

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    2. I've been adding here..the issue is the shorts and instutions shorting it to get more retail shares, 4th fastest scripts increase in first 4 weeks behind some heavy hitting drugs..Institutions continue to add..so I've been adding...tomorrow scripts number will continue to add to story...

      so, yes I still own ARNA, one of my few holds..
      TSRX should jump to 20, hoping for pullback myself..CYCC was upgrade to $9 so waiting to see a big news event to scalp there..

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  40. Breaking news on CNBS...... Detroit files for Bankruptcy! that's a big one...of course it will be spun as a "green shoot"

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    1. Market should go up 300 point on that news.

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  41. Oh, no the pms have another negative: Moody's upgrades U.S. debt. LOL. Guessing this means the more they "don't literally print" the safer the Treasuries.

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