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To: Larry S. who wrote (965)6/18/2006 7:05:22 PM
From: Wade
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Hi Larry,

The actual stock market performance is much worse than the indexes indicated that was due to trimming the poor performers from the indexes. ha

Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I agree with you that the general stock market is really going to see stagnation, if not melting down, for a long time. Good luck.


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To: Wade who wrote (966)8/4/2006 10:54:07 AM
From: Larry S.
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Have you noticed the lease rates? The ONE Year rate is up to 0.11 percent today but it was down to 0.06 percent a couple days ago. There seems to be some inverse correlation with the price of gold but moves aren't as clearly correlated as while the POG gold was dropping a couple of years ago. I think it means that CBs are doing all they can to motivate the leasing of gold to be sold to hold the price down but I'm not sure. There was a time that CBs said they leased gold to make up for the cost of storing it but, at these rates, they aren't leasing for money.

Manipulation seems to be the name of the game these days. Crudele, of the NY Post (see Russ Winter's Credit and Bond Bubble Thread and posts by Les H.) has recently written about the Plunge Protection Team, and he is going after the minutes of their meetings. Some free market.


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To: Larry S. who wrote (967)8/4/2006 11:04:13 AM
From: Wade
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Yup..they are defending the $658 Fib resistance. As long as USD keeps on sliding Gold will have plenty support.

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To: Larry S. who wrote (967)8/4/2006 11:19:00 AM
From: Wade
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We can easily spot the pattern of gold selling during NY trading period. The price jumped back right after the PPT finished their daily selling quota. I bet these guys are fed up by this job already. They just dump their gold quota as told by their boss and go home. LOL

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To: Wade who wrote (969)11/18/2006 4:39:46 PM
From: NYBob1
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FMNJ - undervalued as Silver may be -
considering the price moves so far in -
the base metals, the actual ST price -
discrepancy vastly understates the true -
nature of the LT Silver under valuation -

Where Silver clearly stands out from these -
other metals is in the fact that Silver -
has always been considered an investment metal -
spanning thousands of years -

In this regard, Silver is closely
aligned LT with the PMs - Gold -

The regular investor of the world has not -
and will not, in my opinion, hold physical -
the Copper, Nickel, Zinc, Tin or Lead -
the base metals -

That regular investor has and will continue
to hold physical PMs - Silver & Gold -

This simple fact means that Silver -
should have already greatly exceeded -
the price run-ups in the other metals -
due to the investment kicker -
but held down by the manipulation -
ST counterfeiters of fiats -
cabals bogus papers -

That it hasn’t yet certainly should not -
be LT interpreted that it won’t -

In fact, it is this obvious investment kicker -
that promises to blow the lid off -
the undervalued LT Silver market -

In summary, the investment punch to the Silver price
has barely been felt and before it’s over -
the percentage gain in LT Silver will dwarf
any other metal -
history often repeat itself -

FMNJ real LT Ore-value Res. have still increased -
much more than the 4 to 6-folds in the -
real only currency based on 1000s of years -

the real money currency of Silver -
ex. gratia - the Cerro Rico - Potosi - Inca -
the Worlds Largest and Richest Silver Mine -

FMNJ - FY2pennies fiats -

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To: NYBob1 who wrote (970)11/18/2006 11:29:13 PM
From: Wade
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I got this from GATA:


David Copperfield must be working for the Dept. of Labor. LOL

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To: Larry S. who wrote (967)4/17/2007 12:36:38 AM
From: greatplains_guy
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Sorry to reply to your PM by public, but without paying for it, I do not have PM rights. NUURF.PK - Yes.

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