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    Default Don't Be Stupid, Silver Will NEVER Go Below $30, EVER Again!

    Of this, I absolutely remain assured. The cartel's heavy-handed manipulation has served to make $30 the new "$20" -- which is now the next level of impenetrable support.

    Anyone who says otherwise is clearly an incompetent fool (likely a Kenyesian), a troll (who has no silver), a jaded naysayer (who bought silver at its 2011 highs with short-term, borrowed money) or a naysayer (who has normalcy bias) -- you know...., the baby boomer type who's still under the spell of the US dollar, who utterly adores and has never-ending faith in their paper assets & believes in the goodness of their government & the 'war' on t-e-r-r-o-r. Or, it might simply be silver-hating, contemptuous goldbugs who loathe the rise of silver, as it challenges their paradigm.

    Yes, this still remains the same heavily leveraged, paper-driven con-game ran by the crooks, but even they can only go so far with their dastardly deeds within the confines of the rigged casino without killing the goose that lays the perpetual golden (silver) eggs. For now, their chips retain the illusion af value, but for how much longer?

    BTW, silver has never stopped having every characteristic of money. It was only disallowed from functioning naturally as currency by Anglo-western, pro-fiat, socialist spending government (bankster backed) edict. For millenia, it is has proven itself to be quintessentially money as its main purpose. Its primary function will take hold again as a natural economic law that cannot be forever thwarted by evil men.

    Whether by consent or by uncontrollable economic forces, it will find its way back to its rightful place as a freely used medium of exchange...., even if it means the end of the USA -- at least as it is presently known -- and the subsequent downfall of Anglo-western powers. And in this regard, the future is much closer than many will stubbornly admit by those not held captive by cognitive dissonance; ignorant, entertainment-soaked, medicated minds, and/or just plain stupidity.

    This year is going to prove to be very interesting....to say the least.
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    If I'm wrong about silver going below $30 at any time in the future, I'll let Valerb (the scorekeeper) get his wish this time.

    I'll immediately issue a simple apology for being wrong & having poor judgement.
    After which, I'll follow through on a self-imposed ban never to post again. I'll ask Chris to remove/delete my account, if it's possible.

    Okay, let the mocking begin. Just remember, he who laughs last, laughs......(you know the rest).
    Last edited by Mighty Moose; 27th March 2012 at 00:28.
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    Bold is spelled M-I-G-H-T-Y-M-O-O-S-E!
    I say the same.. kind of. I feel strongly that $30 silver is the new absolute low at this stage of today's market. My opinion is +/- 10% of $30 (where we currently are and have been for quite a while) is the standard low as was from early 80s to '06. I missed out on those buying opportunities, but alas! Here we are again?!
    Time will tell, but MM, a very bold statement... hope you are proven right

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mighty Moose View Post
    Of this, I absolutely remain assured. The cartel's heavy-handed manipulation has served to make $30 the new "$20" -- which is now the next level of impenetrable support.

    Anyone who says otherwise is clearly an incompetent fool (likely a Kenyesian), a troll (who has no silver), a jaded naysayer (who bought silver at its 2011 highs with short-term, borrowed money) or a naysayer (who has normalcy bias) -- you know...., the baby boomer type who's still under the spell of the US dollar, who utterly adores and has never-ending faith in their paper assets & believes in the goodness of their government & the 'war' on t-e-r-r-o-r. Or, it might simply be silver-hating, contemptuous goldbugs who loathe the rise of silver, as it challenges their paradigm.

    Yes, this still remains the same heavily leveraged, paper-driven con-game ran by the crooks, but even they can only go so far with their dastardly deeds within the confines of the rigged casino without killing the goose that lays the perpetual golden (silver) eggs. For now, their chips retain the illusion af value, but for how much longer?

    BTW, silver has never stopped having every characteristic of money. It was only disallowed from functioning naturally as currency by Anglo-western, pro-fiat, socialist spending government (bankster backed) edict. For millenia, it is has proven itself to be quintessentially money as its main purpose. Its primary function will take hold again as a natural economic law that cannot be forever thwarted by evil men.

    Whether by consent or by uncontrollable economic forces, it will find its way back to its rightful place as a freely used medium of exchange...., even if it means the end of the USA -- at least as it is presently known -- and the subsequent downfall of Anglo-western powers. And in this regard, the future is much closer than many will stubbornly admit by those not held captive by cognitive dissonance; ignorant, entertainment-soaked, medicated minds, and/or just plain stupidity.

    This year is going to prove to be very interesting....to say the least.
    ________________________________

    If I'm wrong about silver going below $30 at any time in the future, I'll let Valerb (the scorekeeper) get his wish this time.

    I'll immediately issue a simple apology for being wrong & having poor judgement.
    After which, I'll follow through on a self-imposed ban never to post again. I'll ask Chris to remove/delete my account, if it's possible.

    Okay, let the mocking begin. Just remember, he who laughs last, laughs......(you know the rest).

    Reading this got me so wet and I'm a dude. Hopefully you are correct because I enjoy reading some of your posts. Now if we could just get Maple to make the same bet not to be a total weiner all the time, we could get rid of him by his next post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johodamofo View Post
    Reading this got me so wet and I'm a dude. Hopefully you are correct because I enjoy reading some of your posts. Now if we could just get Maple to make the same bet not to be a total weiner all the time, we could get d of him by his next post.
    Wet? What you goin do when its low to mid 20s? This year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duneyman jr View Post
    Wet? What you goin do when its low to mid 20s? This year.
    Duney Jr, you are such a idiot! How many times are you going to call for mid 20s, and come up empty? Have you no shame? If I were you I would never show my face on this forum again because you have been so pathetically wrong - so often.

    Oh, and back to the OP, this is MM at his best. Way to go Might Moose.

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    Default $30 is the new $15

    MM, I was thinking about what you said, that $30 silver is the new $20, but I think $30 is the new $15. And here is what I mean. A few years ago, the banksters kept slamming silver every time it hit $16 or $18. Only a few times they could push it below $15, that was usually the point where it bounced back up. It took two attempts at breaching 30% above that bottom (i.e. $20) before it soared to new heights.

    I think $30 will act the same way. I don't know how long they will bang it back down to $30, but once it rises to about 30% above that ($40) for the second time, then it will break-away for new heights. Once we hit $40 this time I am expecting a run on $75 or $80.

    Will this happen this year? Only God knows. But watch for that second break above $40, that is the clue to the next major run up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gene Daniels View Post
    MM, I was thinking about what you said, that $30 silver is the new $20, but I think $30 is the new $15. And here is what I mean. A few years ago, the banksters kept slamming silver every time it hit $16 or $18. Only a few times they could push it below $15, that was usually the point where it bounced back up. It took two attempts at breaching 30% above that bottom (i.e. $20) before it soared to new heights.

    I think $30 will act the same way. I don't know how long they will bang it back down to $30, but once it rises to about 30% above that ($40) for the second time, then it will break-away for new heights. Once we hit $40 this time I am expecting a run on $75 or $80.

    Will this happen this year? Only God knows. But watch for that second break above $40, that is the clue to the next major run up.

    I wonder if Ben Bernanke has a stash of Gold/Silver? It would only make sense from a numbers view. That would be interesting to find out.!

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    It dropped to around $26 not too long ago. I'd say during an election year anything can happen.

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    [QUOTE=Mighty Moose;223734

    If I'm wrong about silver going below $30 at any time in the future, I'll let Valerb (the scorekeeper) get his wish this time.

    I'll immediately issue a simple apology for being wrong & having poor judgement.
    After which, I'll follow through on a self-imposed ban never to post again. I'll ask Chris to remove/delete my account, if it's possible.

    Okay, let the mocking begin. Just remember, he who laughs last, laughs......(you know the rest). [/QUOTE]


    I am getting a feeling of deja-vu

    and since the first bing hit for that is a strip club in seattle perhaps we should meet up there after you give yourself another self imposed ban.

    (btw asking chris to remove your username would probably free it up for someone else to use pretending to be U, we do not need a MightyRogerMoose)

    Unfortunately the next time there is a liquidity crisis like there was in 2008 all commodities will again get smashed and someone will hang up their antlers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mighty Moose View Post
    Of this, I absolutely remain assured. The cartel's heavy-handed manipulation has served to make $30 the new "$20" -- which is now the next level of impenetrable support.
    Cool. So you should be happy to write me some Put's for silver at $30/oz. And you should be willing to sell them for next to nothing, even with a really large time frame. Unless, of course, you aren't really so sure

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