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    Quote Originally Posted by tom1000000 View Post
    I said What suggestions do you have????

    As you are such an expert, please tell us what we should do and how we should play in the system to make really good profits.

    You say "play in the system" but then can't give 1 example? Basically you are just dribbling useless cr4p. Backup your theories with some practical examples. And..... it says a lot about you .
    Use your dense brain for once will you? You're actually trying to argue that its impossible to be successful by playing within the system. Look at any business owner of the fortune 500 companies. Look at some executives, investors, athletes, actors, writers, whatever... Many of them play in the system. I don't know what you're good at... Probably nothing I'm guessing. But personally I'm not good at acting nor do I like acting.. so I wont be successful doing that. You have to find how to be successful yourself. Not me. But I guess you might be right. I cant give you an example how you can be successful because you just suck at life. But don't worry .. somebody has got to clean the toilets of the successful people... So I'll call you when I drop a deuce, especially when its one if those nasty spray wet chunky deuces.. alrighty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chroNick View Post
    Use your dense brain for once will you? You're actually trying to argue that its impossible to be successful by playing within the system. Look at any business owner of the fortune 500 companies. Look at some executives, investors, athletes, actors, writers, whatever... Many of them play in the system. I don't know what you're good at... Probably nothing I'm guessing. But personally I'm not good at acting nor do I like acting.. so I wont be successful doing that. You have to find how to be successful yourself. Not me. But I guess you might be right. I cant give you an example how you can be successful because you just suck at life. But don't worry .. somebody has got to clean the toilets of the successful people... So I'll call you when I drop a deuce, especially when its one if those nasty spray wet chunky deuces.. alrighty?
    You were saying(?) that you are limiting your posting here and you mentioned that a lot of people have stopped posting on this website, well I am one of them. When I get a big bullsnap from a few clueless joe's OR govt. shills and trolls like Smelley that do not believe in manipulation and bankster corruption then I have to puke and move on. Theo Butler is saying on the main page that the law of supply and demand has been turned upside down and miners are being forced to cut back production or close mines altogether because of the low prices well...

    That says it all right there.


    The thing to do right now in the markets is to get some of them ETF Shorts or Bear stocks and hope you can win when it all goes down. I am out of work, I was laid-off a few months ago, I live in the GTA just outside of Toronto. I am going to sell the house and all my valuables that are not PM's or my Blu-Ray player and LED TV. I have been stocking up on consumables and good barter items and stocking up my pantry. I want to survive the coming calamity, thank god I have only one child and he's 24 yrs old AND in the military. Get silver and stock up.
    It's hard to keep a good man down but JPM and Wall St. are trying their damnedest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silver"smith" View Post
    You were saying(?) that you are limiting your posting here and you mentioned that a lot of people have stopped posting on this website, well I am one of them. When I get a big bullsnap from a few clueless joe's OR govt. shills and trolls like Smelley that do not believe in manipulation and bankster corruption then I have to puke and move on. Theo Butler is saying on the main page that the law of supply and demand has been turned upside down and miners are being forced to cut back production or close mines altogether because of the low prices well...

    That says it all right there.


    The thing to do right now in the markets is to get some of them ETF Shorts or Bear stocks and hope you can win when it all goes down. I am out of work, I was laid-off a few months ago, I live in the GTA just outside of Toronto. I am going to sell the house and all my valuables that are not PM's or my Blu-Ray player and LED TV. I have been stocking up on consumables and good barter items and stocking up my pantry. I want to survive the coming calamity, thank god I have only one child and he's 24 yrs old AND in the military. Get silver and stock up.
    ..........
    Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom1000000 View Post
    "Follow your passion" only works for a very small number of people.
    Buying and holding PMs will work for almost anyone ( until about 2028 ).
    Lets say my passion is NASCAR? What am I gonna do - I won't be driving the cars. I suppose I could get a job at the track cleaning toilets. Thats really going to make me rich.
    Chronick has given stupid advice that won't work for the vast majority of people.
    Yes, people should count on you for intelligent advice like your suggestions to be buying all they can in 2011 so they could be down by 62% on their investment right now. Instead of listening to the people you whine so loudly are "stupid".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Shelley View Post
    Yes, people should count on you for intelligent advice like your suggestions to be buying all they can in 2011 so they could be down by 62% on their investment right now. Instead of listening to the people you whine so loudly are "stupid".
    Where did I say in 2011 "You should buy all you can".
    Please provide a web link.
    You can't? Thats because you are lieing (yet again).
    Shelley is a hypocrite and a liar: http://forums.silverseek.com/showthr...ilver-contract

    I have always suggested you invest with SPARE money, and you do it regularly (dollar cost averaging). Or if you are smart like chronick, you can time the markets which will add about 25% to your profits. I have always said PMs are a 5 year investment. So Shelley, you moron, people who bought in 2011 regularly ( not at $48 ) will make a good profit in 2016.

    And Shelley, as you think you are such a genius, please tell us what you recommend investing in for a medium to long term timeframe?
    Your paper casino contracts don't last 5 years as far as I know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tom1000000 View Post
    Where did I say in 2011 "You should buy all you can".
    Please provide a web link.
    You can't? Thats because you are lieing (yet again).
    Shelley is a hypocrite and a liar: http://forums.silverseek.com/showthr...ilver-contract

    I have always suggested you invest with SPARE money, and you do it regularly (dollar cost averaging). Or if you are smart like chronick, you can time the markets which will add about 25% to your profits. I have always said PMs are a 5 year investment. So Shelley, you moron, people who bought in 2011 regularly ( not at $48 ) will make a good profit in 2016.

    And Shelley, as you think you are such a genius, please tell us what you recommend investing in for a medium to long term timeframe?
    Your paper casino contracts don't last 5 years as far as I know.
    Today,lets use today cause you made the statement today, you said silver is a 5 year investment, if you invested 5 years ago to the day, silver would of been 16.54 at NY close. You should change your statement to :

    I have always said, silver is a 5+ how ever many years it takes to sell for a good profit investment ......Shelly is a moron , ect
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert FGoens View Post
    Today,lets use today cause you made the statement today, you said silver is a 5 year investment, if you invested 5 years ago to the day, silver would of been 16.54 at NY close. You should change your statement to :

    I have always said, silver is a 5+ how ever many years it takes to sell for a good profit investment ......Shelly is a moron , ect
    I agree silver was about $17 in 2008.
    You should know that silver was $30 in January. Anyone who bought in 2008 and planned to sell in 2013, with more than 2 brain cells, would have sold in January to make 70% profit in the timeframe.
    Also I am confident silver will be back up to $27 by the end of the year. So you could sell in December and make 58% profit.
    And someone could have decided in 2011 to sell and make 100% profit (assuming they were happy with doubling their money and always planning to sell in 2013 anyway).

    Robert, you are the moron with stupid advice, because you can't even remember what the silver price was in January.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tom1000000 View Post
    I agree silver was about $17 in 2008.
    You should know that silver was $30 in January. Anyone who bought in 2008 and planned to sell in 2013, with more than 2 brain cells, would have sold in January to make 70% profit in the timeframe.
    Also I am confident silver will be back up to $27 by the end of the year. So you could sell in December and make 58% profit.
    And someone could have decided in 2011 to sell and make 100% profit (assuming they were happy with doubling their money and always planning to sell in 2013 anyway).

    Robert, you are the moron with stupid advice, because you can't even remember what the silver price was in January.
    Your right about one thing , sell in the 40's

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom1000000 View Post
    Where did I say in 2011 "You should buy all you can".
    Please provide a web link.
    You can't? Thats because you are lieing (yet again).
    Shelley is a hypocrite and a liar: http://forums.silverseek.com/showthr...ilver-contract
    I have always suggested you invest with SPARE money, and you do it regularly (dollar cost averaging). Or if you are smart like chronick, you can time the markets which will add about 25% to your profits. I have always said PMs are a 5 year investment. So Shelley, you moron, people who bought in 2011 regularly ( not at $48 ) will make a good profit in 2016.
    And Shelley, as you think you are such a genius, please tell us what you recommend investing in for a medium to long term timeframe?
    Your paper casino contracts don't last 5 years as far as I know.
    All anyone needs to do to read the dopey statements you have made is to click your name and then click the button "view forum posts". The can easily back up anything that someone says you have said. That is how I can say you have made an inane statement and feel confident that someone can independently verify my statement. They can also click on my name and do the same thing to back up my statements that you are trying to waste my time looking for links to my statements that I say anyone can back up with facts on their own if they really feel the need to verify that you are trying to lie about things I have said. As to the styles of investing, there are more than one. Which is something you keep on loudly saying is not true. As to working with the futures market, that is something which would completely escape your understanding, so I won't even bother to try and explain longer term futures investing to you. The one thing I will mention is that the furthest contract at the moment is December of 2017, it is certainly possible that a five year contract could get listed tomorrow, you simply don't understand the mechanics of the process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Shelley View Post
    All anyone needs to do to read the dopey statements you have made is to click your name and then click the button "view forum posts". The can easily back up anything that someone says you have said. That is how I can say you have made an inane statement and feel confident that someone can independently verify my statement. They can also click on my name and do the same thing to back up my statements that you are trying to waste my time looking for links to my statements that I say anyone can back up with facts on their own if they really feel the need to verify that you are trying to lie about things I have said. As to the styles of investing, there are more than one. Which is something you keep on loudly saying is not true. As to working with the futures market, that is something which would completely escape your understanding, so I won't even bother to try and explain longer term futures investing to you. The one thing I will mention is that the furthest contract at the moment is December of 2017, it is certainly possible that a five year contract could get listed tomorrow, you simply don't understand the mechanics of the process.
    I call BS (or is that MS?).
    There are no "mechanics of the process".
    It's just kabbal manipulation of a rigged "market".

    If I were privy to the inside dope about the futures "market", then I'd have big fiat stacks like y'all do.
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