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@HighheatThe card trick that the Federal Reserve has pulled off is to keep debt service at the same level while having the debt double. Do pull off the same trick going forward they will have to half interest rates again.
@HighheatGold down because of French election or maybe you are just dumb enough to believe that "events" are what moves gold. You know like the Trump win that was supposed to drive gold higher. #PavlovianDude
@HighheatWatched "Hacksaw Ridge" last night and the scene where they were fighting the Japanese while retreating reminds me of the banks fighting the war on gold. Seems to me that they are in retreat while still taking their shots. Is this all they got?
@HighheatOil getting crushed while market soars are the fingerprints of the Fed. Nothing is what it seems in this Matrix of manipulation, if there was truly real optimism oil would be soaring along with base metals and bonds would be getting killed.
@FundamentalAnalysis@Highheat To some extent felt the same way re: $smf.....but to be honest I think the north american producers take the biscuit for valuation. $100 in West Africa is the same as $100 in the US. The difference is the premium given to not being "politically risky" which I believe is nonsense in relation to the valuation differential. Places like West Africa need mining so are forced to ultimately play ball and work with foreign investors unlike North America where taxes/royalties etc can just be jacked up as and when they feel like it.
@HighheatAnother phony stocks only rally day. Fingerprints of the Fed are oil down while stocks soar (again). The $CAT & $MCD earnings beat was due to share buy backs and big decrease in provision for credit losses. $MCD revenues declined nearly 228MM qtr/qtr. Our day is coming soon
@HighheatI have been on record as saying that there is no inverse relationship between the USD and gold when people would use (USD is up) as a "reason" why gold is down. USD down for the last 10 days while gold and miners get hit. Gold goes down when they want it to go down, end of story.
@MiningBookGuy@Highheat RE: $TGZ - if you think about it, it's very hard for any discovery to move the needle for a mid-tier or a senior, when most of the value is tied up in production. even if a bull market, I wouldn't expect much of a pop from 'great' results.
I'm still trying to determine where these land between 'good' and 'great'. The most important aspect is that even if #GoldenHill just ends up being ~500k-1M oz, they could be very 'high quality' ounces, and enough for $TGZ to expand their presence in the #HoundeBelt#SouthHoundeBelt.
Basically, it was never about expecting an immediate market reaction to me...it's about whether this will really lead to a 3rd quality mine for $TGZ, and value creation over a multi-year period. The jury is still out, but I like what I see so far!
@Powderhound1@Highheat@JamesKwantes Great reads on the subject of the US militarization are Nemesis by Chalmers Johnston. Every American should have to read about the facts about their colonist traits, very disturbing..
@HighheatThrew everything I had at quality producers today but they continued to go down, so I had to start my new organization "Freedom And Democracy Everywhere" aka FADE and grab a nap. Glad things perked up a bit while I was asleep.