Sunday, February 11, 2018

ARE WE BEING ABANDONED

Is this the end of our fiat teet? Is this the part where Shane rides off into the sunset? Is little Joey us? Are the enormous amounts of liquidity disappearing from system? We've become so dependent on this false paradigm of capitalism, that our system would rapidly collapse if this scenario were to occur. How do you think Uber would exist? What about Tesla and its grand solar panel/battery experiment? They would be vaporized in a nano second if we couldn't print dollars. What's worse for the ponzi is they might even be altruistic (they're not)....and print more crazy amounts of fiat as their precious "markets" nosedive and the other regimes pull the plug on our dollar. We could print Trillions and not be able to keep up with the price changes of imported goods and resources. 

This Week Should Be Epic For the Stock Market Bulls As the "All Clear" is Given. BTFDers Will Rush Into Equities 

What's amazing to many of you that understand this false paradigm is just how difficult it is for most of the public to grasp any of this clear and present danger. Its comical when you've explained this to people over and over and in the end they have the same question. "But what can I do about it?"  You just stare at them after the third or fourth time you've gone through it with them. You might even say "I told you what you can do." They just stare at you blankly.


Goldman's Shocking Capitulation: The Buy-The-Dip Era Is Dead, "This Is A Genuine Regime Change"...LOL..now ya tell me


You've talked about what happens when the liquidity is withdrawn. You've talked about what happens when and if they have to open the spigots again. You've talked about what happens to the velocity of money and what happens once inflation gets unleashed. You've told them about Mad Max possibilities. You've told them about stagflationary scenarios. You've warned them about all of the underfunded pensions and the pensions that have already been taken out. 


The Economist: It Appears Market Conspiracy Theorists Were Right...lol no shit!


You still just get a blank stare in return or an uncomfortable effort at a joke. Again if you press them, they will seriously ask you "what can I do about something that bad if it occurs". Watch their faces when you say the last Great Depression wasn't a Mad Max situation for most people, but an awful lot of people in cities suffered greatly while a small percentage prospered because they saw it coming. In fact people living an agrarian lifestyle that weren't leveraged didn't even notice there was a depression if you talk to their children now that are in their 90s as I do frequently.



So are we now in the "Hard Down" phase of the greatest Ponzi in History? You know what I am talking about. This is where the punch bowl is taken away and an awful lot of the truly "smart money" takes over these assets for pennies on the dollar. Maybe we should just call it for what it really is. Its the "Harvest". Its where the sheep are finally taken in for their just rewards.  We are not "There". We have been there for over a year. Its just becoming more apparent as the first of the "stock market" tremors begin. They might even just rip your hearts out in the next few weeks, but they don't have to. They just might drag you through a series of rallies and flushes creating such mixture of confusion and fear the public begs for the Fed to step in with their next CONtrol grid bailout ploy. Central planning must be maintained for the survival of the "system". The "system" will not only comply but willfully assist the implementation of these "necessary changes" as we enter a Brave New World.









35 comments:

  1. Are we being abandoned??

    https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/IBLACBW027NBOG

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  2. Nothing to see here... https://alfred.stlouisfed.org/series?seid=IBLACBW027NBOG&utm_source=series_page&utm_medium=related_content&utm_term=related_resources&utm_campaign=alfred

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    1. Did data reporting stop, or is there a long lag time?

      https://fred.stlouisfed.org/data/IBLACBW027NBOG.txt

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  4. nobody makin' any monee today? LOL

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  5. nice big up candles on favorite miners today like AG......should see good follow through this week if my Friday bottom call on the miners is right

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  6. Interbank lending contraction could be 2 things. Either Basel III being implemented and reserves have been expanded to allow assets previously refused limiting the need to borrow overnight (most likely) or another Lehman is imminent and no one is letting their capital out of their possession.

    Seeing a nice follow through from yesterday suggesting Fri might be remembered and memorialized in the annals of GreatDepression2 history as "Kli's Bottom". We'll need to see some more to repair the damage from getting to that bottom, though...

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    1. LOL......VERY bullish on mining stocks this year.....just like 2016 only different lol Pardon my yogi berra statement but holding this year on the miners will be the play.........this last shakeout was truly demoralizing which really makes me bullish

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    1. where is the Buttman.......I miss him

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  8. Butt....I'm sorry if you are sad but we want ya back....bring your anons with you and join in the PM bull run to stardom............also sorry bout your bitCON dump.......hope you are well .....Love, your daddy

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  9. first time ever. my weekly stat count on audience is higher from russia than the U.S......I must be colluding

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  10. Maybe they're following that EXK H&S chart and are looking for another gem like that one, lol

    I am shocked, I tell you, that CS didn't give us pearl of when to short the metals again at "Kli's bottom". My only guess is that his computer privileges were revoked for throwing a hotpocket back at mumma for over-microwaving it.

    Sinclair's TRX is looking very solid through this last monkey-hammering.

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    1. just a guess of course but lets see how the most beaten down stocks like GORO and EXK do over the nxt few weeks...........lol.....they bot um cheap

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  11. Looks like Gary was nervous last nite.......whoops.......not bad advice though

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=36&v=WvFEsbWoNZI

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  12. Lookie there, the 2018 data removed from the fed Interbank lending graphs... https://imgur.com/a/akqsl

    Compare to Monday's: https://imgur.com/a/akqsl

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    1. oops here's new & improved graph:

      https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/IBLACBW027NBOG

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  13. XAU - PMs getting some traction today (just like my weekend chart suggested (see my blog))

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    1. Nice Inlet- looks like room to run a little yet, too. Hope we're setting up a new and steeper lower trendline with this move, taking the upper in a new direction as well.

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  14. inlet please feel free to put up a link for your blog..........anytime you wanna dude.....if its been erased its not me doin' it google as you know has a spam blocker that i never check

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  15. GOLD chart for a guess.....run to 1410 is best guess in the next couple of weeks

    http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=%24GOLD&p=W&yr=5&mn=5&dy=0&id=p86090005105&a=577692654&listNum=1

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  16. GDX

    http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=GDX&p=D&yr=1&mn=2&dy=5&id=p32262714120&a=577698632&listNum=1

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  17. Also Friday was definitely a low in sentiment for anyone trying to stay in the miner trade and flushing the final bitter clingers out is the purpose of a bull market coming off a major low

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  18. Fannie Mae to Require $3.7 Billion Government Cash Infusion
    The Wall Street Journal38 minutes ago
    Fannie Mae reported a net loss of $6.5 billion for the fourth quarter, triggering what is expected to be the first taxpayer-funded infusion for the mortgage-finance giant in six years ...

    That dang Butt must have defaulted. Hehehehe. It is all good

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  19. http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=%24GOLD&p=W&yr=5&mn=5&dy=0&id=p64220461603&a=577728057&listNum=1

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    1. http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=EXK&p=W&yr=7&mn=5&dy=0&id=p68464887580&a=577740488&listNum=1

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  21. checking the world web tanite and i am sayin' the remarkable move off this last beatdown is COMPLETELY UNNOTICED......there iz hardly a PEEP outta the gold bug investors....LOL.....watta bunch of weenies....gotta hand it to the boyz....nothin' like a two week beat down to take the starch outta the sheeps pants.......

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  22. GORO daily

    http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=GORO&p=D&yr=0&mn=5&dy=0&id=p51731136883&a=572263267&listNum=1

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  23. notice how he plays

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4cL5sNZ_WE

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  24. Zhang refers to the Interbank Lending collapse @ 4:30 https://youtu.be/IRTOCNqcX_0

    Holter hits it this am on JSMineset.com

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    1. yup.......but here is the catch..IT DOESN'T matter as long as the Fed is providing them the liquidity.....so these zombies can keep taking the cheap money and using it to distort the real economy and pump the financial assets....LOL

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  25. commercial silver short massively covered on COT report.......tick tock

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  26. miners setup is for a nice run next week.......after next week its not so clear LOL.....

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