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   Strategies & Market TrendsThe coming US dollar crisis


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To: Elroy Jetson who wrote (62555)6/14/2019 1:21:37 PM
From: Litore Lapis
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Pompeo is just the standard sock puppet doing what he bidden... and Joe Biden is no great shakes either.

David Icke explains... "This is the madness ... and we call it choice"

youtube.com

meanwhile the unthinkable is happening....


bloomberg.com

btw... I have self banned myself from posting on SI till I have some particular business done. Hopefully all done in the next 6 months or so.

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To: Litore Lapis who wrote (62556)6/14/2019 2:50:54 PM
From: Litore Lapis
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This is where Pompeo et al, should visit before they start sounding off about Venezuela, Iran, or anything else about people and families not getting enough to eat etc.

A truth closer to home.


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To: Litore Lapis who wrote (62557)6/14/2019 3:37:56 PM
From: Elroy Jetson
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In China they solve the problem of mentally ill homeless people by using them fatally as involuntary organ donors.

So much more civilized than letting them roam where they want.

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To: Elroy Jetson who wrote (62558)6/14/2019 4:09:09 PM
From: Litore Lapis
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Yep, best get everything manufactured over in China then.... Its capitalism or is it really communism? It's all centrally controlled by the State in either case. A rotten corrupt central State with rich welfare queens who pay little or no taxes, and who expect the government to provision their entitled views.

Jeff Bezos expects governments to provide educated customers who can read, roads and infra structure to enable his operation to run, but somebody else pays for it all.

If you gonna be poor, probably the worst place to be poor is in the USA.

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To: Litore Lapis who wrote (62559)6/15/2019 2:29:56 AM
From: Elroy Jetson
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Try to keep the Brexit drama going. I love the value of the Pound.

I continue to be able to buy many things from Amazon.co.uk for 30% less than I would pay for them at Amazon.com, and that's including the additional £4.88 international shipping charges - but of course minus the 20% VAT in the posted price.

No such bargains at Amazon.de und dieser Artikel kann nicht in die Vereinigten Staaten geliefert werden anyway so just as well.



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From: bruiser986/20/2019 2:58:45 PM
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«There’s not much the Fed can do to address a liquidity crisis»


Danielle DiMartino Booth, CEO of Quill Intelligence and former analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, talks with «Finanz und Wirtschaft» about the current problems of monetary policy.

fuw.ch

From Jesse

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From: Valuepro6/23/2019 12:22:03 PM
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I have not posted here in years, but I think this forum is about to experience a revival. My best evidence for that is in the fact that the other day the prices for gold and silver bullion surged, while at the same time the prices for all platinum group metals (PGMs) fell.

Why would I think this a meaningful signal in a generally rising market for precious metals? Because gold and silver are more strongly associated with use as monetary metals, while PGMs are more related to industrial applications, there being an inverse relationship between the value of the dollar and prices for monetary metals.

Thursday's price anomaly, of course, was not singular evidence for revaluation of the dollar as a trend, but it did hit me over the head as robust evidence for this. By the way, I think all fiat money is experiencing a revaluation against gold and silver prices, and the dollar is probably most likely to be least damaged by this. ...all in my humble opinion, of course.

Having said all of this, I think tomorrow's market for gold and silver should be off, after too many days of being up. After all, three days in the same direction is rare, four days rarer still. Also, conflict with Iran seems less likely than it did on Friday.

Cheers,
VP in AZ

P.S. Note also that central banks are universally either holding or buying gold (with the exception of Venezuela), particularly Russia and China. In other words, there is no more dumping of gold and silver in favor of buying the dollar and other forms of fiat money.

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To: Valuepro who wrote (62562)6/23/2019 6:14:45 PM
From: Valuepro
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I am happy to be wrong, for the moment anyway. POG is up in Asia this morning. Let's see the higher price holds through the opening in NYC.

1403 at the moment, down one dollar.

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From: Elroy Jetson7/2/2019 2:34:20 PM
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Boris Johnson backs road between Belfast Northern Ireland and Scotland

The ocean-crossing would be two miles longer than the UK-France Chunnel and is estimated to cost almost triple the £9 billion spent on that link to France.

In an echo of his earlier Brexit campaign Johnson said, "Why should we not take part of the fantastic sum we send-off to the NHS each year and spend it instead on a bridge or tunnel to Belfast?

"Why should Paki Doctors get all the gravy?", Johnson asked rhetorically.

Mr Johnson also told Tory members in Belfast there will 'under no circumstances' be a hard border between the EU and the UK, saying the issue will be resolved in a free trade deal after Brexit. He emphasised, "There will be absolutely no physical checks or infrastructure at the EU border."



Rendering of a previous plan for combined road and rail crossings drawn-up by Alan Dunlop, professor of architecture at Robert Gordon and Liverpool universities

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To: Litore Lapis who wrote (62369)7/14/2019 2:06:50 PM
From: Litore Lapis
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I wonder if this one will get noticed...

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