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  1. Francisca Rushertioner Victorian Arianator

    la fama de mi Jannifer fue despues de estar en Silver Linings Playbook y en
    Los Juegos del Hambre

  2. ddsk16

    excelente película, hermosa!!! increíbles actuaciones…….david o russel
    es una genio por hacer esta peli tan emotiva y poderosa.

    para mi debió ganar el oscar a mejor película

  3. BrotherJohnF

    “I have averaged and stacked Silver and Gold for 10 years. 1000+ coin
    (.999) Silver 10 oz Gold (10 coins). All the 10’s. Increasingly and
    recently ( as I am now in financial distress) I wonder what I can exchange
    it for and who will comprehend the technical issues. What will I now
    exchange it for? Do you surmise the current system will prevail to the
    extent you will be tempted to part with your physical for fiat? At what
    point will you sell (for fiat? that you hate). I used to think I could
    perhaps somehow take advantage of the potential of my physical. But I
    underestimated the ignorance of the 99%. My initial approach was to make
    out like a bandit if you will and it was a simple matter of merely owning
    Silver in my hand and the passage of time. Lately I see that this simple
    innocent view is naive. I admire this forum and appreciate the insights the
    members contribute. I have a ton of physical, can someone guide me in how
    you can make it work for you? against a backdrop of outright fascism.
    Cheers”

    Bob Almighty

    So Bob, you ask a question but then block replies to your comment? Strike
    one. If you’ve stacked for ten years, then you got your gold for as low as
    400 bucks and your silver for 5 bucks. How much would you have if you had
    put your money into a savings account instead? Strike two. Your initial
    approach was to “make out like a bandit”? I’m afraid you’re on the wrong
    channel. Strike three, yer out.

  4. BrotherJohnF

    Donnie Lee, America the beautiful Mount Rushmore is over 160 dollars at
    Apmex. That’s 33 bucks an ounce or more than double the price of silver.
    Silver was between 18 and 20 bucks for nearly all of 2013 giving you a 75
    percent gain. The DOW is up less percent wise than that since 1999. I
    have no idea what you are talking about.

  5. jert38

    Why so much faith in these numbers? Are you sure they are not massaged like
    so many other market indicators these days? Also, it’s interesting to me
    how hard it is to estimate how much silver there is in the world. I’ve
    looked all around the internet and I still don’t know how much there is
    (somewhere between 1 billion and 20 billion ounces, lol).

  6. Ryan Pretchik

    definitely agree. I’ve debated with several colleagues about Russia
    raising rates. I think it signifies that they have a fundamentally
    functioning economy. If the US experienced currency problems they could
    not raise rates. We are zero bound because zero is the highest
    interest rate we can afford.

  7. Floesh

    Martin Armstrong: Gold continues to reflect the real deflationary trend
    that has engulfed the entire world. The metals promoters keep trying to
    ignore reality causing many to lose their life-savings. They remain
    ignorant of the fact that the dollar has become the world currency by
    default and hence a mere increase in money supply does not transform into
    inflation when the demand is global. They continue to cling to old theories
    that no longer work while ignoring the fact that the markets have proven
    them wrong as they continue to try to blame anyone but themselves.

  8. Antipodean33

    It’s very strange how the US can force sanctions on countries and for no
    honest reason. Take this latest round of sanctions the US has pushed on
    Russia. The US says Russia was involved in the plane being brought down,
    yet most of the world, including the Malaysian government, who owns the
    airline involved, say Russia nor the separatists,had anything to do with
    the atrocity and they point the finger firmly at the Ukraine government. So
    why doesn’t the US push sanctions on the Ukraine government and people?
    Also why didn’t the US government put sanctions on Israel for their latest
    war crimes against an unarmed civilian population? Even the UN said Israel
    committed many deliberate war crimes and atrocities. Very interesting why
    the US said and did nothing against Israel or the Ukraine, the US govt are
    liars, hypocrites and criminals themselves

  9. Phillip Saunders

    I would love to see how the average Russian citizen(slave) gets through
    this. There will be a lesson learned here , especially when this crisis
    crosses borders and time zones. Putin is waiting his time to strike back,
    in what will most likely be an epic response. 

  10. ewmism

    You need to look at what’s going on in India
    http://srsroccoreport.com/stunning-development-india-imports-record-amount-silver-in-november/stunning-development-india-imports-record-amount-silver-in-november/
    Indian silver imports for 2014 on track to hit 234 million ounces or 28 per
    cent of the world’s mining output, according to the SRSrocco Report.
    Predictions are 300 million more ounces of silver will be needed than are
    being produced by 2017, that’s 30% more. Happy stacking…

  11. Joe Shmoe

    The reason the dollar is strong is because we have lowered household
    income, encouraged fixed income households(welfare) and banks have reigned
    cash loans. Keep the people poor and the dollar maintains its strength. 

  12. Bobby Christopher

    You people are the biggest joke in the world! According to a high-level
    report, silver will not reach triple digits until around 2032!!! I hope you
    all can wait that long. Good luck holding on…

  13. Bob Almighty

    I have averaged and stacked Silver and Gold for 10 years. 1000+ coin (.999)
    Silver 10 oz Gold (10 coins). All the 10’s. Increasingly and recently ( as
    I am now in financial distress) I wonder what I can exchange it for and who
    will comprehend the technical issues. What will I now exchange it for? Do
    you surmise the current system will prevail to the extent you will be
    tempted to part with your physical for fiat? At what point will you sell
    (for fiat? that you hate). I used to think I could perhaps somehow take
    advantage of the potential of my physical. But I underestimated the
    ignorance of the 99%. My initial approach was to make out like a bandit if
    you will and it was a simple matter of merely owning Silver in my hand and
    the passage of time. Lately I see that this simple innocent view is naive.
    I admire this forum and appreciate the insights the members contribute. I
    have a ton of physical, can someone guide me in how you can make it work
    for you? against a backdrop of outright fascism. Cheers

  14. Joe Shmoe

    As long as silver comes out of the ground at 10 to 1 vs gold and people are
    willing to pay for gold at 70 to 1 prices, silver will be under valued.
    When people demand gold at close to mining cost($200) or they stop buying
    it, then we will see a reasonable ratio and price for silver, in the mean
    time, the inflated gold price will keep subsidizing the mining and giving
    away of silver. Basically, gold is inflated $100 per oz of silver that
    accompanies it in the mining process. That $100.00 should be tacked on to
    the silver price, then we would have $120 silver and $1200 gold. This would
    be a balanced and fair price schedule. Gold is of course the filet mignone
    of the metals, while silver is like a New York strip but we have been
    conditioned to accept it as “BY-PRODUCT” which makes it sound more like the
    lips and buttholes of the left over carcass.

  15. Donnie Lee

    but…silver will likely continue to fall in price,wish I would have stayed
    in cash because what I have no one will give me what I paid for it,if
    anyone wants some America the beautiful coins the mount Rushmore I would be
    happy to beat Apmex prices there a little over $200 a 5 oz coin,would sell
    thru paypal I have (25) 5 oz coins to sell $170 each $4000 for all of
    them…

  16. anounceofsaltperday

    why do the Russians care if people are interested in the currency? Russia
    can run its economy with its own currency and run on deficits or surplus to
    its hearts content. It is not like Greece in that it is unable to control
    its own currency. It does have a privately run central… oh… I guess I
    am wrong… it must have… sigh Interest rates of this order are raping
    the Russians with borrowings… it is just a re run of what happened in Oz
    in the eighties

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