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Shall we bake the $20 cake for silver???????????

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I've got some dry powder. Will you bears talk the metals down 30% for me? Please? I know you can do it.
 

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I've got some dry powder. Will you bears talk the metals down 30% for me? Please? I know you can do it.

Such masochistic presentations are painful... continuously so.
 

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The dollar is in a bubble, but we can’t know when it will pop.
Not exactly at least.
But it could pop tomorrow or a year from now.
 

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Let us all see silver touch the 15.60's or less before close !
If Asia wishes we could see a Blackened Silver Friday.
Fibonacci party @ $15.60+- as either $13's or $20 destiny would be defined... maybe.
If western oligarchs are not prepping for a long weekend, with Asian effect, retail fix/90 day corporate addiction, and a partridge in a PM tree.
Well I would be surprised.
I bet retail TANKS this season, but not silver retail, to shiny and cheap to not buy MOAR !
 

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Ohhh here comes the tuesday morning feather weight fights.
EST 8 AM to Noon Paper vs... Inky.


"Get ready to TTTUUMMMBBLLLEE"
"In the long corner with negligible weight we have Inky."
"In the short corner weighing in at almost zero we have Paper."

"Comex, this will all come down to reach don't you think."
"JPM, These two are both champions who know how to battle. I expect a full fight with decision made in the final round."
 

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Ohhh here comes the tuesday morning feather weight fights.
EST 8 AM to Noon Paper vs... Inky.


"Get ready to TTTUUMMMBBLLLEE"
"In the long corner with negligible weight we have Inky."
"In the short corner weighing in at almost zero we have Paper."

"Comex, this will all come down to reach don't you think."
"JPM, These two are both champions who know how to battle. I expect a full fight with decision made in the final round."

Translation please.
 

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I opine to logic that what Staggers is trying to point out is that the Central/world bankers have ink to print a currency, whereas the Ag derivatives are trading in zero worth (notional) paper contacts. And yet one is negating the other but uncannily drive the spot bullion price of Ag down in the process.

SH
 

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Yes, with additional psychological overview, allowing generalization.
There was no TTTUUMMMBBLLLEE !
The only uncertainty I have in regards to, is wait.
Even if sales are restricted or barred in metals markets around the globe; metal is the enemy.
Compile all expert predictions (Schiff, Rogers, Dr. Faber etc) all will occur before the end.
Many have.
If deflationary trend continues we may never see $20 silver cake again, in purchasing power.
Longer down faster up, deflation to inflation is probable, and a chart mantra.
I truly know nothing, love probability, and detest the oligarchy's torturous, and chosen lethargy.
You can not say the lethargy is not winning, just wait.
 

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Well, monday high before the turning of the guard.
Today being tuesday, some dictionary heavy paper weight by noon... again ?
Setting up for next weeks closure, I dare say.
Unless, you know... things change.
Still waiting.
 

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$17.10 wh wh wh WHAT !
Now, no to da moon talkin'.
Next week we have closures.
Beware of bait.
 

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Tuesmorrow is TUESDAY !
Tuesday before futures closure on Friday and Fed party.
Silver is looking very, very heavy.
Heavy enough to drop like a 1000 oz bar in an vacuum, no air resistance, not a hoover vac.
We all know what gold and silver LOVE doing when Fed threats are flying.
Ohh NO, Ohh YES, Ohh MAYBE.
What did It, (Janit) say?
"There will be no raising of the.... silver to $20" - Fed chair-thing It.
God Bless 'Merica.
 

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Monday lunch time and metals looking tasty.
Never mind stawks playing russian roulette(like Bitcoin is, done, & did), 9 business days 'till futures '17 first closing... on inauguration day, Chinese New Year the 27th which traditionally allows western bank metal crushing, holiday retail results tanked across the board, and physical metals are not exactly hot cakes.
I am suspicious viewing silver charts, as a little double cap and drop looks as though it would fit within above mentioned dates.
Are we not slowly approaching 2016 low of the year date?
Why not go for a jog on down the avenue to $13 West Dollar Street.
If typical Tuesday 8AM -12AM has minimal or absent effect, I urge caution: bait on hook.
Tuesday the 16th is only 7 days away.
COME ON DOWN TO AG'S DEAL OF THE WEEK !
Let us hope China does not allow their currency, market, new laws, and new years week off, to open door for JPM & Friends, while majority focuses upon new President and swamp/wetlands threat.
 

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We will have to see what happens. Me? I have totally lost confidence in the rational market theory. All this gov and banking intervention has done is create a very distorted market. Like the EU, a very good and high minded concept that has since become corrupted. EU buying its own debt etc. The gov-banking relationship has bought nothing but chaos and confusion. The entire markets have been reduced to HFTS. Meaning no true price mechanisms, just players grabbing what they can from govt-banking interventions.

SH
 

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We will have to see what happens. Me? I have totally lost confidence in the rational market theory. All this gov and banking intervention has done is create a very distorted market. Like the EU, a very good and high minded concept that has since become corrupted. EU buying its own debt etc. The gov-banking relationship has bought nothing but chaos and confusion. The entire markets have been reduced to HFTS. Meaning no true price mechanisms, just players grabbing what they can from govt-banking interventions.

SH

I agree. However certain aspects of the market which fall to the side of rational, continue to have an effect.
Like tremors before the Big One.
I must add, the number of tremors have risen to the desensitization level.
By design I dare say, and on all fronts, as stability no longer exists.
The new normality, A Rave "Party like it's 1999" on an iceberg in Yellowstones Hot Springs.
No problem here, move along.
 

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Oh my, the week of the tuesdays is here.
Any day this week is really; a tuesday.
Fridays insurance price spike looked like a mackerel, going up to the bucket on a SLV jig.
Make a 6% dead fall easier on the papers.
China is on vacation, opportunity knocks... and charts will need elongated adjustments by the end of the week.
Otherwise, it's just not gonna look right.
McMACD is turning its flukes, diving.
"Just gotta keep silver
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-JPM with their millions of ozs.
So ready for pattern of normality to go up in smoke.
This week, I doubt it.
Keep stackin'.
 

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I think this is going to be a good year for silver, my prediction is we'll see $26 at some point during the year.
 

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Even the Dogs have gotta go to someplace
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SH
 

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I'm a bit disappointed........ Where's my rockets???
 

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Where is Silver Sammy. Did he change his avatar
 

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Where is Silver Sammy. Did he change his avatar
 

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I think this is going to be a good year for silver, my prediction is we'll see $26 at some point during the year.

$26 is at the tip top of Fibonacci.
That'll be double last years lows.

All I know... T-rump's lips and pen have .50 cal strafed typical tuesdays performance.
The majorities do not know wether to sh^$ or go blind.
In this USD disarray, I will continue to suspect typical smack down in order to keep metals at bay.
Until all blood is drained from the stone, and inflation strikes unilaterally.
The poor must be kept poor, until there is no more.
After 5 weeks of gain, I AM WARY.
But, "I'll take Silver for $26 Alex"
Does anyone have the answer.
 

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Twas the mornin' before tuesday, and it's all through.
If the weekly dip buying opportunity does not show its arse tuesday.
Two weeks of tuesdays pattern gutting on low volume, and investanoia across the globe.
Fleeing of globally dropping currencies, market highs, corporate profits low, debt saturations, default records approaching, consumer absence, retail closure spike... and the list goes forth.
Apprehension as to what would turn the metals in reverse, beyond monstrous paper shortage; monstrous.
Let us see the 8am-12 est control pattern reemerge, alas we will know everything is normal... somewhere.
 

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Volume up a shadow and price down to lowest of the week ?
If a continuance ensues, that's what we got.
A collusion to ensure the dumbing of the herd... those who are GIM absent.
End of the week contract closure effect, will we see a drop.
Tune in next week to view the charts, on GIM2.
 

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Silver has been used in more monetary transactions than any other medium in the World's history. That would make it more than just an industrial metal.
However, its utility as an industrial metal makes it the perfect currency, because it has more value than just collecting age in safes and safety deposit boxes.
 

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The shorts are on the rise, as $20 cake mix was pulled from the cupboard.
Second highest level of shorts, prep for ripple effect of Fed,
during Ides of March, and stawwks remain high on meth, not math.
February silver sales... what sales ?
All is quiet on the western front.
It is known, when in doubt, crush true money.
 

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Massive drop at the close of London markets. What gives. USD again?

SH
 

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Massive drop at the close of London markets. What gives. USD again?

SH
Typical big bank beat down. 40,000 silver contracts sold on 40 minutes. Consider it a gift/sale courtesy of the powers that be.
 

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Everytime someone resurrects this thread, the price of silver drops. STOP IT! ;)
 

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I agree, notwithstanding am I OCD, but these additional posts doth appear to curse.
 

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Ready for additional down trendification?
By god, ahead of market adjustment we are going to see metals C R U S H E D .
Absenteeism in the physical purchasing, outlines psychological undertone... metals ain't worth shite.
I would be far more content skipping this prefaced known outcome, to save time.
Plain and simple, get on with it, before I'm dead already.
The penny squeezing oligarchy equating machine, has no mercy.
Much easier to comprehend the cycle... and be wealthy in advance.
This endless recession parallels water torture, radiated. Drip. Drip. Drip. Drip. Drip. Drip. Drip. Drip.
C'mon already, you're killing me.

Not really.
 

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I concede what is going on is the piling into the cryptocurrencies. The latter has become another market place of speculation with people moving quietly out of stocks into the crypto markets as there are stronger gains to be made with the HFTS.

Just my evaluations.

SH
 

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"Here comes $16 again,
Falling like the Fed's lack of memory
Falling like 100 kilo coin from the second floor
Wearing out jr mines with lack of Emotion

Here come $16 again
Tearing paper charts like a Tsunami
Floating contract starts on printed USD
Pumping up the stawks hedge fund devotion

I want to see pensions default
401ks dumped in a vat of salt
Want to dive into the ocean
of silvers for me.

Oh Ag
Shine for me (duet duet)
Like metals do (duet duet)
Talk to me(duet duet)
I think mine do(duet duet)"

Metal-Eurythmics
 

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I concede what is going on is the piling into the cryptocurrencies. The latter has become another market place of speculation with people moving quietly out of stocks into the crypto markets as there are stronger gains to be made with the HFTS.

Just my evaluations.

SH
It seems to me that the cryptocurrencies have been marketed directly to the precious metals investing sector. The result of which has been stagnant metals prices. I doubt the cryptocurrencies have been pushed by the usual Wall Street crowd.