Wednesday, October 16, 2013

FRIED!

Consider yourself cooked. Like a finely executed dish, the government demonstrated just how artificial the entire system is. If anyone had any doubts that every minute detail is choreographed, then they were not paying attention to the recent events as played out by all the actors according to script. You heard the minute by minute plays called by the presstitutes on CNBS and others as they screamed how terrible the behavior the the Republipukes was trying to prevent the debt ceiling from being raised. Then today as we approached the "last minute" resolution, the cries of how this "terrible" shutdown will probably effect our next GDP numbers and the negative impact on company earnings. The next cries will be how UNEMPLOYMENT numbers were negatively effected and their "accurate" calculations may be impaired for several months as we work through the shutdown's impact. 

IBM revenues were terrible.....it was the shutdown......Wal Mart revenues were terrible......it was the shutdown........CONfidence is lost......it was the shutdown. Is this too much for you to digest, then just dismiss it as conspiratorial and get back to your NFL Fantasy league. I don't blame you. Reality is a bitch and I like Bread and Circus as much as the next guy......its just that I don't like being at a table and wondering who the sucker is.....so I pay attention. Its the "attention" that keeps ringing a bell. Do your own math, but I'll give you something to check on. Counting our total Government debt.....that's the stated 17 Trillion and adding the municipal and state debt and unfunded liabilities...Medicare...SS...GSEs etc its goes over 120 Trillion. Let's leave out the 1.5 Quadrillion in derivatives in this math and JUST CONCENTRATE on the government debt. If you count state tax revenue and Federal tax revenue.....then you come up with about 3.2 Trillion yearly tax revenue to service the debt. Most of this debt has an interest rate attached to it. We are rapidly approaching a problem here. We can't service the interest rate when the interest rates begin to normalize...... Not only that, but our total debt is growing. We won't even dare to bring up consumer/personal debt. That may make you vomit on yourself.

So you see......there will be further printing......not just printing but MASSIVE PRINTING. This is a Supercycle event and they are fighting it with everything they've got. Of course there will be a day of reckoning as we careen towards the cliff over the cauldron of Hell. Fortunately for most peeps up to this point they see nothing and they hear nothing. Unfortunately for most peeps they will see nothing and they will hear nothing until its much too late. If you're reading this, you have no excuse and even the doubting Thomas in you knows this analysis is most likely correct. Even if you hated math in school, you know it just doesn't add up. What do you do? Do you cower in fear and build a bigger bunker? Sorry.....can't help you since these are decisions that each one of you will have to make for yourselves and your families. Some of you have tried to bring these issues up and are tired of being met with skepticism and ridicule......so I'll ask you the simple question......WHY do you do it? Maybe you're looking for validation. I'll just go back a few short years and relate the same experience in 2005 when I began trying to warn family and friends a real estate and stock market crash was in the making. I was met with ridicule and castigated like a criminal. Now the same conditioning by the "recovery" has helped to create a similar environment. Pay attention......you may be early but you're not wrong. This time there won't be cover when the bombs go off......no bailouts and no bunkers........gl


82 comments:

  1. Meanwhile thanks to the presses, I will enjoy braised Lamb chops with Rosemary thyme gravy.......thank you illusion....I shall enjoy

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  2. It's not an illusion for the lamb ;)

    Great post Kli! The more I've thought about this over the years, the more I believe interest rates are the key. I guess there is a way out theoretically...if they buy enough time to pay off debt before rates rise. Of course that's a virtual impossibility given that we're still outspending inflows, not to mention rates won't stay low long enough for that. For the past 30 years, lower and lower interest rates have kept this ponzi going, see chart below. Anyway, looks like we bought a few more months (at least) to keep prepping and enjoy the chops. Unfortunately the price is our future. Bon appétit!

    http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.ritholtz.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Long-Term.png&imgrefurl=http://www.ritholtz.com/blog/2012/01/222-years-of-long-term-interest-rates/&h=796&w=1078&sz=129&tbnid=QsU3m40gX6qm1M:&tbnh=90&tbnw=122&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dinterest%2Brates%2Bover%2Btime%26tbm%3Disch%26tbo%3Du&zoom=1&q=interest+rates+over+time&usg=__FWcdDbN4rfa1HbVhG4ZIODMDz3k=&hl=en&sa=X&ei=qiZfUvzTMY74qAHE7YGAAg&ved=0CBoQ9QEwAA

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  3. Kli you sound angry. I mean, I can partly understand it, the miner and metals trade you've been promoting has been the worst place to be, but then you call me out for mentioning all the trades that have actually worked and made money. You have missed a historic rally in the stock market, the miners you hold have been decimated, and I'm the funny one? Seriously?

    With all due respect, anyone who would've taken your advice would be bankrupt right now.

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    1. actually bud.....I am quite satiated....the lamb was delicious and as far as the miners go.... I hope they go up but if they don't then I can accept that and have always warned that playing in the casino is hazardous to your health..... I'm glad that you made all your money back going long in general equities.....cough cough.....and I wish you the best playing for that last 5% you're hyping ........but no.......I really don't intend to sound angry.....life is good and I'm glad you're not "too busy" to post again here.......NO ONE would possibly think that was just an excuse you used when the miners made there recent move up......hehehhehe......after all we might think you weren't being honest with us......hehhehe........ BTW Bud with all due respect I need to get back to desert now

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    2. BTW bud.....give us a list again of your recommendations here and now......I know you can do it for us

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    3. Bud: I think "realistic" is a better word than "angry" I'll admit, you've been right all along during the last couple years or so. But I can remember also remember when KLI was hauling in 2-10% a day with SKF back in '08 while the likes of Cramer were telling people to go all in.

      I missed this "rally" too other than some small plays here and there. But I've slept well with my large cash position. I honestly didn't think they were serious when they said QE infinity. But now it's quite apparent that QE will never end. Milk and/or gas could cost $30 a gallon and Bernanke/Yellen would still say QE is the only thing keeping us afloat. Earnings these days are meaningless...the ONLY thing that matters is QE. How many times has Ben tried to end QE and then changed his mind a couple weeks later? 4 or 5?

      My point being... no one has a crystal ball and we are in uncharted territory right now. Even you've said we could see a crash later this decade. Why make KLI a punching bag because his timing was off a little?

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  4. budfox you are a hack..

    you have posted your true self.

    I went at the hacks at Harvey Organ site

    shit I had them asking paladin questions....lol

    your day is over on this site...

    I do not want to see anything you say..


    it is over......paladin

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    1. bud is an old SKF er that is just confused about some things...... I hope he keeps posting but once the metals turn, he'll be long gone like he was a few months ago.....oh wait.....he was too busy to post....yeah right.....those one minute posts really are time consuming I guess for bud......hehehehe.....No I think I'll stick with the "gold bugs" like Rogers, Faber, Fleckenstein etc....... I still remember listening to Rogers for two years before the Nasdaq crash telling people to get in commodities and he would just laugh everytime they told him how high the Nasdaq had gone up and what was missing.....hehhehehe......he just continued to laugh when he was always asked......we'll see how history treats bud's move.......I wish him luck.....after all he's promised me sub-1000 gold........that's just not worked out for me yet.....but I can hope.

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  5. kil.....what is skf

    when did it trade.

    I started my gold trade in 75 or 76

    I am sorry
    I do not remember SKF back then

    paladin


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    1. SKF was a message board on Yahoo for the double short etf SKF.....during 08 and 09 there were thousands actively on the board......as you can imagine the message board was a free for all and budfox came from the skf crowd.....as many on this blog did.......SKF's message board demise was in the cards which is why I started this blog for the many that wanted to stay on a common thread.........

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    2. Yup yup, the good ol' days in 08. That place was rocking!

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  6. back to business.....this is a BIG deal......my family does business overseas and this is NOT going to go well

    http://www.silverdoctors.com/chase-bank-initiates-capital-controls-limits-cash-withdrawals-bans-international-bank-wires/

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  7. You know what's interesting is the way my last post has been completely twisted into something it is not. You can go back and re-read it. Nowhere did I say I or anyone else should chase the last 5%. Nowhere did I hype the high flying cult stocks, in fact I tell you very clearly that TSLA, AMZN and others are extremely over-valued. You can make money in these stocks, if you so choose, in either direction, although going short has been a bad move. You take all that, and somehow accuse me of "pumping this over-valued pile of steaming horseshit."

    The only position I have in my main trading account is some AAPL stock, purchased a few weeks ago at $483. I intend to hold this position into January because I believe the stock is headed higher. Aside from that, I have no intention of buying anything else. Like I said, I like TSLA as a company and if the stock falls to more reasonable levels, I will consider buying some with a 3-5 year time frame in mind. My other picks on the watch list are casino stocks, LVS and WYNN.

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    1. Okay bud.....here's the post and let all decide if you were maligned....but your post indicated you felt these were stocks to pick for your last 5%......but then I guess that's just me....

      Look like they have kicked the can for another 3 months. Now the sugar high can continue thru the end of the year. My guess is that the overall market will slowly ramp up from here, upside could be 5-7% from current levels. There's money to be made, especially with some of the cult stocks (TSLA, AMZN, NFLX), casino stocks (LVS and WYNN), solar and energy plays, and some financials. Other than a small position in AAPL, I have no other plays, long or short.

      One note on TSLA, don't confuse the company with the stock. The company itself is doing some good things and could revolutionize the electric car industry. The stock has gotten way ahead of itself, so if they take it back down to <$150, that could be an opportunity to get in for longer term. AMZN is another good company with an insane stock price. It should be trading <$100, but shorting it has been disastrous the last couple of years.

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    2. I particularly liked the AMZN call .....now there is pump and dump NO ONE can miss out on

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  8. this is hilarious....also frightening......scroll ahead about 8 minutes

    http://blogdogcicle.blogspot.com/2013/10/infowars-nightly-news-wednesday-10-16.html

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  9. "Then today as we approached the "last minute" resolution, the cries of how this "terrible" shutdown will probably effect our next GDP numbers and the negative impact on company earnings. The next cries will be how UNEMPLOYMENT numbers were negatively effected and their "accurate" calculations may be impaired for several months as we work through the shutdown's impact. IBM revenues were terrible.....it was the shutdown......Wal Mart revenues were terrible......it was the shutdown........CONfidence is lost......it was the shutdown."

    You are so right with the above statement! It's too funny, pathetic but funny because that is exactly what we will hear for the next month's pretend news cycle!

    Now with regards to the yesterdays question and thanks by the way for taking the time to answer what really cannot be answered unless you have the play book but I will admit for a brief moment that little ember of hope within reignited with this whole Cruz/DC charade. Guess I was naive to think that the were a few that were willing to try and change the course of things and wake up the sleeping masses but as has been the case for the past few years that little ember of hope will go back into hibernation. Its sad really and Think did bring up a good point as well, it is depressing posting links of our demise on a daily basis yet knowing there is nothing that can be done other than root for the cabal to keep up the bread and circus, yet knowing full well at some point nature will prevail. It has to the math does in fact require it. Any way for today we are saved, the tea party are the boogieman, Ole Mitch got a few billion for Kentucky, O'Care will continue unabated, capital controls are being instituted ever so slowly for our well being and safety. What more can we ask for!!!

    Hmmmm, maybe some work for a few folks:

    http://www.myfoxny.com/Story/23715686/ohio-woman-charged-in-theft-of-287-from-fountain

    but other than that I can't think of anything and certainly not Lamb.... yuck!

    A nice porterhouse from Peter Lugers with all the trimmings now your talking nirvana!! ;)


    btw: the SKF message board was quite enlightening as well as entertaining!

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  10. Even Phil Davis wrote today: "stage one of the decline of the American Empire".

    I feel bad that I missed the SKF Message Board. Sounds like it was quite a party.

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    1. Lot of great posters were there. I learned SO MUCH then. Really more than I wished I would have haha... ignorance is bliss ;)

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  11. Yep, that's where I met Kli...gosh, trading was easy back then. Well, well, well...looky here. Beige book blamed on Gov;t. shutdown, lol.

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  12. The Fed will have to move within the next 30 days with "shock and awe" or the numbers will not be recoverable as the key indicator "velocity of money" sinks into the abyss.........So they may need to move before Yellen takes the helm.........or .......there is a "distraction" and it would need to be big.

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  13. Which one of you bozos hacked my account and made me sell my DUST puts yesterday? Oh that was me... doh! ;)

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  14. I'm hoping my miner trade will look like the solar trade soon. Solar was destroyed, and now most are up 5 times or more, all within a year. RSOL low was .40 last Nov now trading at 3. SOL was 1 last Nov and is now over 5. Even FSLR has doubled since last Nov. So, hopefully this time next year we will all be sitting on triples or better!! Good luck everyone!

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    1. triples in some like CGR would not even get me back to 50% loss........hehehehehe

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  15. help is on the way for some miner symbols, please see link and look at biggest short decreases, you will see some familiare names, also not MUX on biggest increase, so be wary there...
    http://online.wsj.com/mdc/public/page/2_3062-nyseshort-highlites.html?mod=topnav_2_3022#shortE

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  16. http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=GPL&p=W&yr=4&mn=4&dy=0&id=p06161487197&a=241825086&listNum=1

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  17. be aware chuck that is two weeks old..........but VERY telling anyway

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    1. Kli, 2 weeks old or not a short decrease of 60% decrease in shorts is very telling...I meant "Note Mux" above...it increased...so be leery
      really liking AUQ here with production boost and construction done to increase it more...plus 4% yield

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    2. Yes chuck I noted the two weeks because they had even more time to cover their short positions.......and the MUX position may have been covered too........but you are right that is at least a flashing yellow light

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  18. Why is everyone buying gold? I thought CONgress saved the world?

    Gold
    1,319.10
    +36.80
    +2.87%

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    1. Everyone is not buying gold........only the ones that count appear to be raising the prices......when everyone buys gold you need to be getting out........right now no one owns gold

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  19. http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=RIC&p=M&yr=8&mn=3&dy=0&id=p00647302099&a=251193716&listNum=1

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  20. Ki, you had best listen to Bud - gold has been a store of value for 5-6,000 years so it is time for a down cycle. APPL should be good for at least 5-6,000 hours up cycle. Hehehehe

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    1. Bud's my lucky charm......he's promised me gold at sub 1000.........I can wait

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    2. Heh love gold haters. What they never realize is the US Dollar as fiat has only been around for 40 years. That's got NOTHING on gold.

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  21. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-10-17/obama-stop-focusing-bloggers

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  22. Does anyone have a chart or other means of looking at the velocity of money? I would like to follow it as it is ultimately the only thing that matters.

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    1. Sister - St Louis FED publishes this data (Google "money velocity FED")

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  23. Sister,

    Trader Dan wrote an article about the velocity of money and there is a small chart there.
    Linked to Kliguy above.

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  24. "Now that the government has reopened and this threat to our economy is removed, all of us need to stop focusing on the lobbyists, and the bloggers, and the talking heads on radio and the professional activists who profit from conflict, and focus on what the majority of Americans sent us here to do, and that’s grow this economy, create good jobs, strengthen the middle class, educate our kids, lay the foundation for broad-based prosperity and get our fiscal house in order for the long haul" -President Obama

    Those pesky bloggers...always trying to spread the cold hard truth.

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  25. Lawrence Meyers was asked about Velocity of money two months ago on Bloomberg........he almost choked......then he stumbled and stammered......and said "what is that".....they persisted.......he then mumbled that it really didn't matter and did not apply while NEVER acknowledging its relevance.......it was hilarious.

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  26. I wanna get excited but... we have major gaps now in everything. UGH.

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    1. That being said seeing a lot of volume in JAN calls on next strikes up. Strange... Personally I want to sell some covered calls to protect myself from another downdraft. But would like more premium.

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  27. another "gold bug"........

    http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN_DailyWeb/Entries/2013/10/17_There_Is_No_Question_This_Will_End_In_Disaster.html

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  28. Nothing changes.......Dennis Fartman will now report for the MILLIONTH time that he does not know how to trade gold after recommending at its low last week to sell gold........

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  29. Thanks guys. I would love to see some follow through for a change. Even so, it will be interesting to watch Asia tonight. I think the AHs in D.C. already know how this ends. And I'll be THEIR offshore accounts won't be "found" for taxing. Frankly don't see how they live with themselves.

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  30. I was informed and have NO verification but this insider was rarely wrong........He told me that Bernanke had a Swiss storage account with a tidy sum of gold bullion in it.........Geithner too.........hehehehehe.......like I said NO WAY to verify.....but he was usually right

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    1. KLI: I've been saying that for years (without any inside info). How else could they hold a smile while destroying generations of America? They've quite literally got a GOLDEN parachute.

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    2. Swiss Tungsten Rehypothecation Account - that will be very fun to watch

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    3. can you think of better protection for your tungsten

      http://rt.com/news/switzerland-prepares-europe-unrest-263/

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  31. Just for the record, I've never said that I "hate" gold. In fact, I think it's very prudent to have up to 10% of one's wealth stashed in gold as an insurance policy for preservation. Personally, I think gold is not a screaming buy at current levels and could go lower. Despite Kli's proclamation that I would never buy gold even at sub-$1000, actually I would. That would be a good price point to shift some cash to gold. Also, if we get the kind if collapse/SHTF scenario some are predicting, gold and silver will be the least of one's worries. Food, water, shelter and other necessities will be much higher priority to get thru that first phase. And then, whatever system rises from the ashes will most likely reward those who have hold gold, and so it's that second phase where one can reap the benefits. At least that's how I understand it.

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    1. and yes bud.......you are right about if the SHTF .......gold will not be at the top of your priority list

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  32. Only partially disingenuous on your part but hey.......who's counting. First......YOU WILL NEVER OWN GOLD......and you don't own it now when its been WELL below 1000 over the past 30 years...... you expect the PTB to hand you the opportunity to buy physical gold at sub 1000......that's fine......I'll be accumulating all the way down ...and if you think they will let the asian buyers in at that level then also gl with that............hehehehhehe.....oh bud......ya gotta love it...You like gold.....ok ok......well please let us all know when you own some.....you don't really believe in a SHTF scenario??? Really??? c'mon bud you know they gotz ur back........hehehehheehe.....here bud tell us again your investment plan in the fiat carnival

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    1. Bud......I really miss the SKF days and enjoy having you here.....I also apologize for jabbing you.........but I have weaknesses and you help expose them..........gl to you bud and keep posting

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  33. for bud

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-10-17/you-either-believe-magic-or-you-believe-math

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  34. The Creature from Jekyll Island
    by G. Edward Griffin

    Chapter 10

    " What is the Mandrake Mechanism?

    It's the most important financial lesson of your life!

    Who creates the money to pay the interest?

    One of the most perplexing questions associated with this process is "Where does the money come from to pay the interest?" If you borrow $10,000 from a bank at 9%, you owe $10,900. But the bank only manufactures $10,000 for the loan. It would seem, therefore, that there is no way that you -- and all others with similar loans -- can possibly pay off your indebtedness. The amount of money put into circulation just isn't enough to cover the total debt, including interest. This has led some to the conclusion that it is necessary for you to borrow the $900 for interest, and that, in turn, leads to still more interest. The assumption is that, the more we borrow, the more we have to borrow, and that debt based on fiat money is a never ending spiral leading inexorably to more and more debt.

    This is a partial truth. It is true that there is not enough money created to include the interest, but it is a fallacy that the only way to pay it back is to borrow still more. The assumption fails to take into account the exchange value of labor. Let us assume that you pay back your $10,000 loan at the rate of approximately $900 per month and that about $80 of that represents interest. You realize you are hard pressed to make your payments so you decide to take on a part-time job.

    The bank, on the other hand, is now making $80 profit each month on your loan. Since this amount is classified as "interest," it is not extinguished as is the larger portion which is a return of the loan itself. So this remains as spendable money in the account of the bank. The decision then is made to have the bank's floors waxed once a week. You respond to the ad in the paper and are hired at $80 per month to do the job. The result is that you earn the money to pay the interest on your loan, and -- this is the point -- the money you receive is the same money which you previously had paid. As long as you perform labor for the bank each month, the same dollars go into the bank as interest, then out of the revolving door as your wages, and then back into the bank as loan repayment.

    It is not necessary that you work directly for the bank. No matter where you earn the money, its origin was a bank and its ultimate destination is a bank. The loop through which it travels can be large or small, but the fact remains all interest is paid eventually by human effort. And the significance of that fact is even more startling than the assumption that not enough money is created to pay back the interest. It is that the total of this human effort ultimately is for the benefit of those who create fiat money.

    It is a form of modern serfdom in which the great mass of society works as indentured servants to a ruling class of financial nobility.

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    1. This really explains it clearly and concisely. Thanks.

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  35. http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=RBY&p=W&yr=12&mn=0&dy=0&id=p99807236228&a=295883397&listNum=1

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  36. http://sprottgroup.com/thoughts/articles/rick-rule-are-gold-critics-right/

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  37. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-10-17/draghi-gold-i-never-thought-it-wise-sell

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  38. http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=RIC&p=M&yr=8&mn=3&dy=0&id=p00647302099&a=251193716&listNum=1

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  39. http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=BRD&p=D&yr=1&mn=7&dy=0&id=p24740725475&a=319833991&listNum=1

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  40. http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=AG&p=D&yr=0&mn=7&dy=0&id=p10948412972&a=243222614&listNum=1

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  41. What does Chase know, we don't? I find this worrisome. http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2013_10_17/JP-Morgan-Chase-to-limit-cash-withdrawals-bank-officials-say-0524/

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    1. http://www.lewrockwell.com/2013/10/mac-slavo/bank-runs-ahead/

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    2. I'll ask them when I see them tomorrow night

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  42. http://www.brotherjohnf.com/wp-content/uploads/JONATHAN-FRID-VOMITS-ON-SILVER.pdf

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  43. When you get time..Plz Plz listen...This puts it all together...stay with the first 14 minutes...Trust me on this guys! I would appreciate comments. Also mentioned, The FEDs naked shorting gold...If you do not know who Dr. Roberts is...Google him!!! Afterwards. Frankly..IMO...nothing can stop this! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9gkA06ilGqo Three Bubbles that will burst. TY all!

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    1. will be busy today and tomorrow in the big apple but will respond on sunday nite......i think

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  44. Hey Bud you missed Google...... Your slipping!

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  45. Budfox will be right all the way until it all blows..........Kliguy will be wrong all the way until it all blows and that's when they will take all of the Gold away with guns to our heads.........No one will win except the bankers... Hope I am wrong.

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  46. Well unfortunately it is my belief you are correct....

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  47. It's close, come on MSTX....bust it out ...

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    1. Honest, I hope your right on MSTX. I jumped in with both feet at .42 after your mention on this blog. Big volume at the close today,

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  48. "#9 China is the largest producer of gold in the world, and it has also been importing an absolutely massive amount of gold from other nations. But instead of slowing down, the Chinese appear to be accelerating their gold buying. In fact, money manager Stephen Leeb says that his sources are telling him that China plans to buy another 5,000 tons of gold. There are many that are convinced that China eventually plans to back the yuan with gold and try to make it the number one alternative to the U.S. dollar."....http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-10-18/9-signs-china-making-move-against-us-dollar

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    all comets to buy or to sell is of opinion.....your investment is at your one ricks..


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  50. f2053cb6-2f57-11e2-8a8e-000bcdcb5194October 18, 2013 at 6:50 PM
    Honest, I hope your right on MSTX. I jumped in with both feet at .42 after your mention on this blog. Big volume at the close today,




    there I fixed it for you .....you hack

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    1. Dang Paladin...Kind of harsh don't cha think?. I wasn't promoting a stock. Simply replying to the honest comment. I''ve been a follower here for about 2 years and don't comment much, but, I do enjoy reading everyone opinions here, including yours as well. I have found that honestcreditguy seems to fairly accurate with his opinions. Sorry if I offended you or anyone else.

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    sorry for the hack post !

    I was a MOD on a few sites in the past. They got 100 to 150,000 hits a day.
    on good days they got 250 to 300,000 a day

    kil does not have a Disclaimer on this site....
    what you posted sent up the red flags
    I was just being a mother....or a X mod

    I have posted we all are adults here.....we know the risks......I have posted to kil
    that did not talk me into anything of what he posted...my mind was made up

    so again....sorry

    paladin

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  52. back in town and will get post up tonite......hope all is well and had the opportunity to visit with the bankers......

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