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    Not one effort on your part and another 33 minute You Tube cartoon special and you have the balls to complain about my five minute posts. Hummmmm.

    Just more proof on the You Tube that Gold and Silver are really gone, caput, finished, nicht mare, if you haven't got yours, it may be too late.
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post
    Not one effort on your part and another 33 minute You Tube cartoon special and you have the balls to complain about my five minute posts. Hummmmm.

    Just more proof on the You Tube that Gold and Silver are really gone, caput, finished, nicht mare, if you haven't got yours, it may be too late.
    If you had bothered to click the link that you denigrate, your system would have started playing the interview at the point where they make reference to the proposed kabbal silver manipulation rule change that I linked in the first post, that's all.

    If you can type those essays in five minutes, you are a very fast transcriber.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverheartbone View Post
    If you had bothered to click the link that you denigrate, your system would have started playing the interview at the point where they make reference to the proposed kabbal silver manipulation rule change that I linked in the first post, that's all.

    If you can type those essays in five minutes, you are a very fast transcriber.

    Like I said no effort on your part at all. I didn't say I can type my message in five minutes, only that it doesn't take more than five minutes to read one of them.

    It's that five minutes of reading versus 30 - 60 minutes of You Tube cartoons that are not the same. Do you have a difficult time understanding the concept of five minutes doing it one way versus 30 - 60 minutes doing it some other way?

    Let me give you, the math wizard a hint, that's 6 to 12 minutes of viewing for every one minute of reading.

    You are right, I did click on the link and it said 33 minutes to go. If you wait for it to start playing, it only has 27+ minutes left. So that's only 5 1/2 times as long as reading one of my five minute posts. That's a huge difference!!!!

    And it doesn't matter how fast I can type, the forum wants to restrict how long any post can be. So your getting around the rule by posting cartoons that are maybe 6 to 12 times longer than anything could possibly ever be posted in type form and your concerned about the amount of time members might have to spend reading anything I have to say, Hummmmmmmm.............

    Those that want can skip right over anything I have to say, just like they can skip over any You Tube cartoon you post. The one difference, I don't try to suck people into watching You Tube cartoons about how bad the Jews are or how our government is secretly being run by those bad Jews, by slipping them in threads that were all about Silver or Silver markets. Changing topics is acceptable, as long as it stays within the bounds of the original subject. It may take a different direction, but it is still related to the original topic most of the time. Anti-Semitic views are not exactly taking a new direction on the same topic, but shoving your anti-Semitic views on the world. This is a place to debate the pluses and minuses of the Silver Market and what is believed to be true and what is believed to be false. A place for investors to find out where they can find great deals on Silver. What kinds of investment they should be making and why. What dealers they might be able to trust. Who has great shipping prices and who doesn't. Who has a scam going to suck people in at low costs only to take advantage of them at higher quantities. These are the kinds of things so many come to places like SilverSeek, they want real information on the Silver market they can trust, not a bunch of people telling them the exact same thing a bunch of Silver Analyst they are reading about, which makes Silver sound like it is a must have item that is about to disappear at any moment if they don't buy today.

    Lets see, I try to provide all of that information to our readers in every one of those categories, even if I don't agree that Silver is the best thing going since sliced bread. I know people need to buy Silver because they don't own any or they simply need to increase their stack. That's not for me to decide, I only provide my opinion on the markets as they really exists, not on the non-stop hyping that is written about endlessly. For those that wish to buy, I try to point them in the best direction that I'm aware of for the most bang for their Dollars, rather it's in premium rounds or generic. Rather it's in ones and two's or by the monster box. I've even started buying a lot of that those same products (which I don't need or want) from these same dealers so I won't be steering people down a wrong path, based on what others have said in the past. I give my opinion on the products received and the condition it was received. It's up to others it they want to take my advice or opinion of these products or dealer seriously. Since I haven't seen anyone else out here doing much of the same in the past six months or so, I'd say much of what I write about and in great detail is very useful information to many. But since you can't afford to buy anything, I don't know why you would even bother reading any of this material anyway. It's meant for those who can and want to buy today. And yes, a great many of these are my five minute reports in detail. It's one thing to say, buy here or buy this or that. It's another to explain in detail why I'm making this recommendation over something else. As long as readers of SilverSeek keep reading this information, I'll keep posting it. When they stop, I'll know it's useless to everyone and I'll quit wasting my time and theirs. One thing is for sure, I don't try to hide the information I write about, it's up front and it's my own, not a cut and paste You Tube cartoon. Tulving's fiasco is one exception, as I'm posting the information as it comes from the Bankruptcy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverheartbone View Post
    First the government shillsters suddenly retire...

    U.S. derivatives exchange CME Group is considering introducing daily limits on price moves in gold and silver futures in a bid to rein in wild volatility that has curbed investor appetite in recent years, a CME official said on Tuesday.

    READY
    ...

    Then the central government makes (in desperation) demands of any websites that contains "sensitive" information (the truth).

    The gold and silver futures are the most-traded commodity contracts after crude oil and other energy products.

    Dealers say the frequency of wild price movements has increased, roiling trading. The exchange introduced circuit breakers, such as "stop logic," which prevents cascading stop orders that could exaggerate price movements in illiquid markets.

    But support for setting limits on price moves does not appear to be universal.


    SET...

    China is buying everything the traitorous DC central govt can coordinate...
    The level of debt is too great...
    All the new jobs are service, security, and collections...
    The government statistics are never accurate....

    CME Group Considering Gold, Silver Futures Daily-Trading Limits
    WTF???

    OK, they must be expecting a big run up and they need help in controlling reality.

    Let's GO!
    Way too many paper longs for CME to contain. This will be fun to watch

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    TF wasn't the first to report this. Some MSM has picked up on this. They got more time on their hands than you think.

    Keep this in mind: the FEDERAL RESERVE BANK has been petitioned by numerous sovereign nations to repatriate their gold most notable Germany's 300 tonnes. They have promised it back by 2020 but based on what they have delivered so far that might be a long shot. The point is the rest of the world can see the writing on the wall. If they pressure London and the Fed too much they know the whole system will break so that's why their isn't quite the fuss you would expect from these nations expecting delivery of their gold. They are all getting what they can without rocking the boat too much because if they do they will get nothing!

    If this system is still intact in 2020 that will be a very good year for the stacker assuming the 8,000+ tonnes the US claims they have does exist! The Fed should've had plenty of time to get the over-leased gold back to the nations that demanded it and the the US deficit will be well over $20 trillion. China will have amassed around 10,000 tonnes surpasing the EU and US and they will have the collateral to start talking new gold-backed renmimbi as reserve currency.

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    Once the alarm goes loud to the public that the vaults are empty, central banks and their governments can simply outlaw private ownership of gold (again) - and silver. Problem solved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by broox419 View Post
    Way too many paper longs for CME to contain. This will be fun to watch

    The problem with that theory is, those peddling it keep saying if, if, if, if only those long contract holders will take delivery this month, we will wipe them out once and for all.

    The problem is, these people are not in possession of paid for long contracts, they are simply cashing in or talking their lumps on their contracts bought on margin. Which is a very small fraction of the actual cost of a fully paid for 5,000 ounce contract for physical Silver.

    It's that quick gain being made on margin contracts that is the draw for these people to gamble in that market. If the spot price rises $1 above their contract price, they stand to make $5,000 minus the contract cost. For us to do the same, we couldn't possibly do it with a $1 increase. We have to first pay the full price for 5,000 ounce, plus a stiff premium compared to casino premium and then pay another premium to sell it. Basically we would be lucky to break even on a trade like that in physical. The casino gambler only had to invest a fraction of our cost to make his gains. Going back to 2010 and 2011 when the price was on it's run from $18 to $49, we didn't see a mass change for these buyers to switch their contracts to fully paid deals so they could take possession. It would have been nice, but it just didn't happen and there is no reason for these same investors to ever make that kind of switch during a flat to negative Silver Dollar gains.

    Just remember the number of Paper longs is the same as the number of Paper shorts.

    The analyst always talk about the Commercial Short (Silver) contract holders that could be crushed if we have a run on the market. But reality is, they represent 56% of all short contracts in Silver, while the large Speculator are holding 35% of the short contracts and the small speculators are holding another 9%. Who actually believes these small speculators have 68,930,000 ounces to cough up to back their short contracts or the 176,965,000 ounces needed by the Large speculators to back theirs? Of the 35% held by the Large speculators, 11% are not on the hook for anything, as they are in the class of Spreading, which means they hold both a long and short contract for the same amount. I've never looked into the logic of these trades, but there has to be a deal to be made here or there wouldn't be so much riding on it. So while the Commercial short number (419,685,000) more than likely could never be supplied if required for every contract demanded, there would probably be a major default going on with the Small speculators first, which would then likely cause a halt to all deliveries or some other action taken which would be to the benefit of both the Large and Commercial Short contract holders. Hey, it's not my casino, I'm just reporting on the actual numbers committed by these players. You can't expect these big boy's to say, hey don't worry about the little guy, we'll step in and deliver for them as they drop like flies. These are also the ones dropping out when they have these margin calls to save their ass in many cases. That paper casino is not for the faint of heart, you can win big or loose big in a hurry.

    It should be noted that the commercial investor numbers are only 48 in Long contracts and 42 in Short contracts. It's a safe bet that many of these Short contracts will be offset by their own Long contract obligation, so that number of 419,685,000 ounces is not a realistic number that they would actually have to deliver if required.

    If you look at the Futures and Options combined, it also tells another story of safe haven for the Commercial Shorts or at least that's the way those numbers look to me. If the market was going long in a hurry and everyone decided to take delivery, somehow the Commercial players and their Options in the Long Category looks to offset the Short contracts. Do they actually have their A$$ covered, for that just in case moment in time? This is not the same for the Small or Large speculators.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xizang View Post
    Once the alarm goes loud to the public that the vaults are empty, central banks and their governments can simply outlaw private ownership of gold (again) - and silver. Problem solved.


    That's exactly why I hope it never goes dry while I still own Silver, I don't want get caught in that kind of a mess. Just cutting the public off from anymore Silver purchases should bring the price down and that won't be good. Especially if the only ones allowed to gamble on Silver are the users and miners at that paper casino. If they outlaw private ownership, that would create a huge influx of both Gold and Silver to drive the prices down even lower. But what difference would that make to us, you know the confiscation price would be set lower than whatever we were expecting to get. The government "normally" doesn't give handouts unless your in real need and that wouldn't be the case where we were trading something for cash. We would be the well off not the destitute or at least in their eyes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xizang View Post
    Once the alarm goes loud to the public that the vaults are empty, central banks and their governments can simply outlaw private ownership of gold (again) - and silver. Problem solved.
    The US could outlaw precious metals again, but with more and more states specifically writing laws making them legal tender, that will not be so easy. Also, I think such a move would raise too many suspicions. I expect some kind of false flag event or massive tax on PMs instead.

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    Obviously, the US Treasury has labeled one ounce of 999 fine silver to be worth just $1. Look on the reverse of your Silver Eagles if you don't believe me. In Canada, you're 5 times better off with your Silver Maples. But when the government is ready to confiscate wealth from private citizens, nothing but NOTHING will stand in their way. You don't like it? Off to the FEMA camps with you!
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