Wednesday, December 11, 2013

BITCOIN

Of course this is your alternative to the dollar. Why can't it be? After all......its ENCRYPTED! You can own it and not be tracked......you're ANONYMOUS! You have no counterparty risk.....and on and on. YOU ARE BEING SET UP. This is going to be just one more spanking for the sheeple that fall for this game. 

If you don't know this by now then you are beyond help. NO ONE is anonymous on the internet. Can you really be that naive? Any encryption can be broken in a nanosecond. Let's assume they can't break your encryption. They sure as hell can break the internet and if they don't.... nature can. Good luck with all of that digital currency when the net breaks down....for whatever reason. Besides, the PTB already have us headed to digital currency and away from paper through various forms of plastic. Digital currency is by far and away the perfect medium for the money men, but don't count on Bitcoin. 

Whether Bitcoin was rolled out BY the cabal is not that important to know.....just be aware it is now totally co-opted by the boyz and when they're ready to take you out of it........they will. Expect them to portray Bitcoin as "flawed" and expect a completely regulated version to replace it almost immediately.  Trapping dumb money in this version of "digital gold" is also convenient once again for the fiat masters to demonstrate their ability to give you the "safest" money. Gold is still not a "safe" trade as thousands of tons of it flow to the east every year now. Soon you will be introduced to the real "safe" money. gl







77 comments:

  1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7FivB_cbqE#t=192

    ReplyDelete
  2. http://thetruthwins.com/archives/what-is-happening-to-alaska-is-fukushima-responsible-for-the-mass-animal-deaths

    ReplyDelete
  3. Hmmmmm I wonder what their vig will be?

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/10510933/JPMorgan-files-patent-for-bitcoin-killer-currency.html

    ReplyDelete
  4. "Once again, scientists do not know why this is happening."

    Yeah......

    ReplyDelete
  5. and here I thought they might not let me get that last low bullion buy.....................hehehehehe......lower low?

    ReplyDelete
  6. I believe the low PM trade will be marked by an intraday turn on "capitulation" (bullshit) volume and a hard and I mean HARD daily move up.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. "THE bottom" is what the above refers to....if you see that, then its THE bottom and buy if you are waiting. otherwise anything else will be only a guess.

      Delete
  7. WHY war and militarization is very important for the game

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/worldwide-militarization-and-the-weapons-industry-americas-surveillance-and-targeted-assassination-machine/5352039?print=1

    ReplyDelete
  8. interesting channel I'll keep an eye on

    http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=SSRI&p=D&yr=0&mn=6&dy=0&id=p47306078752&a=242315566&listNum=1

    ReplyDelete
  9. Grabbing some DUST puts here. See if the recent range holds, if not I'll know quickly.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. you do like the casino....but could be a big payer......what price

      Delete
    2. If a guy catches "that day" with the dump and then reversal.......that would be one nice payday

      Delete
    3. 5.40 on the Jan 18 45 puts. Not weeklies, though those could pay huge as you say :) I'm in it for a quick 10-20% scalp. Basically just doing small trades now to make the EXK losses not hurt so bad hahah

      Delete
    4. Lotto ticket might be $21 weekly calls on GDX but man I dunno... Without a big gap up those will probably just break even at best.

      Delete
  10. http://bullmarketthinking.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/12112013mcewen.mp3

    ReplyDelete
  11. HUI is BELOW the Oct 2008 close according to Trader Dan. Just unreal!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. miners already reversing as spot bullion continues to get pounded

      Delete
    2. let's put it this way..they're "accumulating" miners here.......now.......whether that translates into a intraday reversal remains to be seen

      Delete
  12. crickets.........................sounds like a bottom

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Looking very good. This range is fun to play!

      Delete
    2. Also gold hasn't even turned yet.

      Delete
  13. Mark the time, hehehehe I think that's all I've been doing with this trade, Blahhhhh.

    Sorry I couldn't resist ;-)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. hehehehehhe...........there job is done........they've destroyed the sector..........only the chronics hanging on and the insiders buying now

      Delete
  14. New 52 week low for SVM.
    I think the metals are going to get punished even more. All they need do is bring up more taper talk. Raise some cash & wait. There may be more bleeding to go.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. you may be right doc but thats what all bottoms sound like......but.no worries for me I'm just one of the chronics hanging on.........

      Delete
    2. Don't you think Gold wants to test 1180'ish again??

      Delete
    3. They're having a hell of a time with 1220. Most everyone i see is calling for 1050 which is why I don't think it will happen. The HUI is already about as low as it's going to get... it could I guess test the ultimate lows of 2008 however.

      Delete
    4. The trouble with a perfect double bottom test is the loss of physical gold to the East. This is the ponzi's catch 22 and its a doozy. I really don't know how much bullion they are willing to send East but with the Commercials net long on the COMEX you must assume we are getting close. I'm not picking a bottom just because I have no trade left other than physical accumulation. My trade will be on the up channel with scalps and I will post charts when I think I have at least a "tradable" up channel......Just don't see it yet....talking miners here

      Delete
    5. To me they're also "teaching" us that if you get a big gap up on miners you don't chase. You sell! That will work until eventually we gap up for multiple days. Then you won't want to chase haha :)

      Delete
    6. you'll stand and watch one big moon shot.....I'll try to trade it on the margins only. No reason to overtrade when they change

      Delete
  15. http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/12/12/21872811-health-director-who-approved-obama-birth-certificate-dies-in-plane-crash?lite

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Interesting that everyone else survived.

      Delete
  16. http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=PAAS&p=M&yr=14&mn=2&dy=0&id=p91944174483&a=250884028&listNum=1

    ReplyDelete
  17. Added to MUX this morning. Everyone is so bearish on gold now and with all the gold bugs starting to show Bitcoin some love that it seems we are getting close. I try not to look anymore. Its a bloodbath! But I keep going because I do not see any way out of this. I am just trying to get my family and I to the other side of what is coming in one piece. GL all!

    ReplyDelete
  18. rick rule vid above is spot on with my own analysis sans the "conspiracy" aspect

    ReplyDelete
  19. let's see how they paint it into the close

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Seeing heavy volume into the close again, last time this happened we had a gap up.

      Delete
  20. Also on general equities......prices appear to have further to go down in this "correction".......right now they are creating a stealth correction and there are many longs still holding tight while the smart money is taking some profit. The danger is that nervous profit takers stampede in spite of the constant MSM pump. I don't think the Fed is ready to let it happen but then once again, if I were smart money sitting on some big profits this year, then I would be getting very nervous. The dumb money just sees this as another BTFD opportunity and why not? They've been programmed efficiently........

    ReplyDelete
  21. http://blog.milesfranklin.com/if-thats-not-the-pot-calling-the-kettle-black-what-is

    ReplyDelete
  22. http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN_DailyWeb/Entries/2013/12/12_Twelve_Amazing_%28Market%29_Charts_Of_Christmas.html

    ReplyDelete
  23. Think,

    When I saw the piece below this morning, I thought of you and your comments a post back regarding "Civic Duties" and "Writing Letters" to our esteemed "Representatives". Just for the record I am not suggesting one shouldn't, if one is so inclined to do so but a reminder if you do, remember your writing to the "Office" of the "Representative" and not necessarily the person occupying the "Office". Always choose your words carefully, stick to the issues, voice your concern and most of all be extremely cordial. Oh and never rant emotionally or be challenging, if your worrying about finding yourself on a list.....

    Anyway did you ever get the chance to read the book "Extortion" by Peter Schweizer? I found it to be rather "Non-Partisan" hehehehe..... The following piece pretty much mirrors just more of the same........

    http://maplight.org/content/73373

    Ahhh, Looking out for the "People" ain't they, literately so to speak....

    One other thing how did you like the budget agreement, hehehehe Ryan really addressed those structural issues didn't he!

    Oh wait he did for the MIC, gotta take care of the core constituents!!!!!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. of course Ryan took care of the MIC......virtually all of them are on that dole including the dumbed down U.S. population that fall for the entire "patriot" BS and "save us from terrorism"..... you are CREATING TERRORIST with our military interventions all over the globe......its all designed to actually create a negative view of us that will indeed result in our decline in world standing......or worse

      Delete
  24. money definitions

    What are the central requirements for money?

    * It has to be easily divisible into standardised units
    * It has to be negotiable
    * It has to be easily transportable
    * It has to be durable and practically indestructible
    * It has to come with a long track record of universal acceptance
    * It has to be easily recognisable and fulfill certain criteria that can be easily verified - it has to have a high value density (i.e. high value / weight and volume)
    * The existing holdings have to be large relative to the annual increments (high stock-to-flow ratio)
    * It has to come with low storage costs
    * It has to come with low transportation costs
    * and last but not least, it must defy random replication KWN today

    ReplyDelete
  25. Just to note, Phil Davis feels the market will keep tumbling lower--too much bullishness.

    ReplyDelete
  26. sumbody just bot a load of physical gold

    ReplyDelete
  27. Hah those lotto GDX calls I posted are worth a pretty penny now. I didn't play it but still holding DUST puts, will probably sell them before the close.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Really want to get to 22 on GDX before I sell. Come on baby!

      Delete
    2. http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=GDX&p=60&yr=0&mn=1&dy=5&id=p46304467982&a=327573130&listNum=1

      Delete
    3. Nice chart... The more I'm looking the more I may hold these DUST Puts but man I hate to be greedy. But it's just such a nice looking bottom, temporary or not. I would know to get out if 1220 was breached. And this could have a ways to run by mid Jan.

      Delete
    4. hehehehe......that's your problem ......if you had a big position ya take half......if you have a small position ya might wanna let it ride

      Delete
  28. Global Warming?

    http://freebeacon.com/chinese-naval-vessel-tries-to-force-u-s-warship-to-stop-in-international-waters/

    ReplyDelete
  29. Inlet, a while back you mentioned a blog. econochart, econograph, econoblog, something along those lines. it was a blog that posted models based on several historical metrics. i found it very interesting but did not save the address. could you repost the address.

    thank you,

    cheers,
    g

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. galt http://econocasts.blogspot.com - I believe this is the URL you wanted

      Delete
  30. http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=PAAS&p=M&yr=14&mn=2&dy=0&id=p91944174483&a=250884028&listNum=1

    ReplyDelete
  31. Martha's new version of "Home for the Holiday's"

    http://nypost.com/2013/12/12/its-black-thursday-for-martha-stewart-staffershttp://nypost.com/2013/12/12/its-black-thursday-for-martha-stewart-staffers/

    I always new she was evil..... Lol

    ReplyDelete
  32. Gaps continue to fill, RESPECT THE GAPS ;)

    ReplyDelete
  33. Against my better judgement gonna let my DUST puts ride over the weekend. So prepare for a slamdown on Monday ;) Gotta head out early today. Have a great weekend all!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. goood LUCK........you'll need it... ;-)

      Delete
  34. http://www.shtfplan.com/emergency-preparedness/selco-on-collapse-survival-nature-is-brutal-everyones-life-is-in-danger_12132013

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. "where was that army and how we did not seen them coming, the answer is simple, that army was an ally of army of my side and people, and one day we woke up and figured they are enemy now and they are closing all ways out."

      Delete
    2. Syntax sounds like someone we know

      Delete
  35. "The first thing that completely breaks apart is the concept of good will win or “fairness.” We only have these ideas because of living so far removed from nature.

    Nature is brutal and good dead man is still a dead man. You’re gonna find yourself in situations when you wonder why this guy died and why this family vanished. People now hope for system, like epic fight of good vs evil. Not gonna happen"

    ReplyDelete
  36. Tom,

    Get over yourself. For the record, I'm not an idiot, a lunatic, or a spoiled 7th grader. I know what to say and how to say it when I take up issues, in person or in prose. You can be sure I have as much or more experience (and success) participating in government as any blogger on this site. Perhaps my humor is a too dry for comprehension. The comment about winding up on lists and speeding tickets was a JOKE. I WASN'T asking for pointers.

    Neither of us has read the budget agreement, so it's hard to make an educated statement, however from what I gather, it's status quo at best. Which is not good for the USA. But be patient. You can't expend all your soldiers to win a single battle. Regardless, the D.C. pols don't usually run things by me for approval or fill me in on top secret strategy, and my crystal ball works about as well as healthcare.gov, (that's another joke, I don't actually have a crystal ball) so you and I will just have to wait and see what happens. As far as your link breaking hot news that members of Congress are lining their pockets with special interest $------that's great that somebody is keeping a tally, but it's not exactly newsworthy.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Think,

      I believe it was I that asked a question of you, so why would you think I consider you “an idiot, a lunatic, or a spoiled 7th grader”? Quite to the contrary, henceforth the question……..

      I apologize if you felt that my PSA on letter writing was solely directed at you, it wasn’t, just more of an fyi to those that may wish to do so…… My reasoning and thought at that moment was recalling some of the “Letters” shared by a Pol written to him regarding a 2A POS legislation railroaded last year up here in NY! Ahhh, you would be surprised at what some folks will sign their name to, again no offence was intended…..

      As for lists and tickets, it’s no joke, being “properly “vocal and engaged in issues can and often does come at a price…

      As for the budget and crystal balls the only thing I am sure of is, yes you don’t own a “working” crystal ball! Hehehehehe I got the joke ;-) and this budget agreement, if passed, will stop the majority of the sequester cuts which ironically was one of the few things passed that actually worked. I’m certain you are keenly aware next year the MIC was going to take a nice hit…..

      Now back to letter writing and the news worthy link. How many letters without an obligatory donation check do you suppose it would take to get Mrs. Frankinstein to actually pay attention to her constituent’s wishes?

      Again, never intended to offend and sorry you took it as such!

      Delete
  37. Excellent vid posts again, Kli. I hope we have another 6+ months to accumulate fiz at bargain prices. Hopefully, that's all I'll need to achieve my fiz goals.

    ReplyDelete
  38. Kli,

    Finished "The Book Thief" last night, thanks for the suggestion, it was excellent! Next up the movie, then I'll ask again ;-)


    Only thing I'll will say as I was reading you notice some eerie parallel's with today's current events.......

    ReplyDelete
  39. I'll give the movie another plug then..........the MOVIE also provides the parallels to NOW........and does so without the usual "soft propaganda" painting the Germans as mindless anti-semitics but goes much deeper into giving you a view as to how easy it is for tyranny to gain control of a population and how "moral" people become "victims" ....with the moral imperatives of "choice" hanging over you head.....the movie's cinematography, acting, dialogue was amazing.........its worth a 12 dollar small popcorn and drink

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. How many of us are "willing dolts" or "useful idiots" and will that excuse us from our ultimate judgement .....the tyranny uses our weaknesses to control all of us.....As was stated in the above link that Red responded to. History will belong to the victors and "good" people will go through the same cleaning.........that is......"your" definition of "good".........nature has its own time table as you should learn in the movie.

      Delete
    2. "nature has its own time table" as the "Narrator" clearly points out, as is also that case with life in general.....

      Delete
    3. Case In Point: Interesting that Viennese I met last summer are still blaming Americans for destruction even tho their country was taken by the Nazis without one shot being fired, not one little peep from the Austrians.

      Delete
  40. NO need to plug the movie to this reader, ordered the enhanced version via Amazon for kindle, which gives you small clips at the end of certain chapters. I'm very much looking forward to seeing it!

    Sammy, It was definitely worth it!!!!!!

    "Word Shakers".........

    ReplyDelete
  41. Tom,

    Thanks for the reply. Your letter was directed specifically to me which is why I responded, but apology accepted. If there's black lists, there's better ways to get on them than scheduling a pleasant meeting or writing a non-threatening letter to a politician. And BTW, it's too late---you're already on the list if you post here. As far as making a difference, they listen to numbers---when offices were inundated with calls and letters saying stay out of Syria, they had to listen. I don't know what a critical mass is or how much money gets what, but not every last little thing in entirely about $. Not surprisingly, the pols can have preconceived ideas of what certain problems entail that are not accurate. Some are in fact quite dull-witted. (No, seriously, I'm not kidding.) However, I've found in at least a few instances, that a couple people showing up and starting a dialogue can uncover some ignorance and they appreciate being able to catch on to enough to sound knowledgeable. And if it's MY words they're parroting in future conversations, all the better. I've uncovered some serious misunderstanding of pretty basic things in speaking with a Senator in D.C. And it gave him pause. I suspect he actually thought about what I was saying although I won't say I saw a light go on.

    ReplyDelete
  42. Also be aware there is an internal strife within the ranks of the military that has called a halt to several of these conflicts that cross the line into risk of nuclear conflagrations and make no mistake this is a very REAL consequence of a direct attack on Syria, Iran, or the Balkans.......Russia is a target and they WILL respond because the HAVE to....and the Pentagon knows this as do the generals on the ground. Which brings me to our "Asia Pivot" and once again the outcome is the same..........Winter is coming

    ReplyDelete
  43. Bitcoin may be quite risky, but the fact that it has helped many business owners, especially online casino businesses like Betcoin™, I think it is safe to say that it has many advantages than disadvantages, right?

    ReplyDelete
  44. If you're looking for the ultimate Bitcoin exchange service, then you should go with YoBit.

    ReplyDelete