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@AllanNobs if they like lithium in Nevada, they are going to love lithium in central Mexican Plateau. Where the grades are much higher and infrastructure is everywhere. I didn't move down here to run $ION for funsies.
@Vaughan@MiningBookGuy isnt making comments based on personal feelings @Allan, but rather the quality of someones "recommendations" for the sake of newer users. Someone who hasnt been here might think @nobshere actually influenced @dirkdiggler to buy, which wasnt the case. I think bob moriarty convinced the both of them. $core
@AllanMBG, I was only speculating on why dirk under an anonymous handle decided to send some love nobs way. I thought it might be because of nobs pounding the table in here on $CORE before it took off. You are making our nice chat sound kind of mean, not a good thing for attracting newbies or oldbies.
@stateside@Allan - got it. I would have though $FO was everhung trading at $.08 and 927 million shares out but they moved to $.40 from $.08 in 30 days time so maybe 1 billion shares is the everhung cut-off.
@Allandirk, I don't recall making a non-disclosure agreement with you when it comes to private rooms. Never mind calling that dirty pool, you are the guy that throws mud at people while using an anonymous handle. You like to hack on nobsy and I think he made a good call and talked it up in here which got me to put it on my radar screen so cut the dude some slack. I don't know how all these cliquee rules of private rooms go, as far as I'm concerned they are way too much like high school for me and I will remove myself from the one you invited me to.
@dirkdiggler@Allan - you are incorrect Sir. I have a 'code of conduct', a set of standards and values, if you will. I seek to expose dupicity where it exists here (when I have the time). You Sir have very little objectivity when it comes to your pals. Imo, you have very little credibility here as a poster....but let's quit instigating things here Mr CEO - I thought we turned over a new leaf?
@Allandirk, well when you say I'm playing dirty pool and then try to make it out as me having no credibility, your smarmy comments may get a response. And the Mr CEO bit is kind of annoying as well, don't forget you run a company as well yet also come in here with anonymous handles to throw mud at people and then expect nothing in return. I may have turned over a new leaf but that doesn't mean I will allow all mudslinging to go without a response. It seems odd that say you have a code of conduct and want to expose duplicity but do it under more than one handle and some of them anonymous which is kind of a perfect example of duplicity. By the way, it isn't your call to say who in here has credibility there sunshine.
@bullionaireDoesn't the FED perceive full employment is at hand as well.. hmm... I think the FED is behind the curve... @Allan you are likely close 2% is likely where we wind up over the next year or so... thereafter..
@T@Allan, understand your take that the Fed cant hike based on data and i agree somewhat but i remember Peter Schiff saying they needed to hit somewhere around 2% so they can " comfortably" ease again. i think that is the Fed's goal, to get to a high enough rate so they can ease back to 0%. curious your take on that?
@Allandavid, strong economic growth means you would see strong employment which would cause wage pressure and bump up inflation. There is a reason there is no wage pressure with this weak economic growth.
@Allanbullionaire, that full employment nonsense if comical and I can't believe economists buy into it. If the economy was truly at full employment or even as close as their ginned up stats say, there would be serious wage pressure. Last time the economy was close to real full employment was under Clinton and there was real wage pressure then.
@Allandavid, the fed is ignoring the reality of the economy and trying to sell the idea they are still relevant when they are painted into a corner where they can't raise significantly nor lower. It makes them nervous that they are no longer relevant to what happens economically unless they screw up.
@Allant, I don't follow Schiff, but I think he is wrong as if the fed raises, even lets say another 1% the economy can't handle it with $20 trillion in national debt and $25 trillion in household debt.
@Allanbullionaire, no the fed can't cause inflation, they have proved that since the economic calamity of 2008. Since then they have tried their hardest and can't get inflation moving significantly. The biggest influence on inflation is wage pressure and then raw materials, without those two on a run, there won't be strong inflation.
@bullionaire@allan I was being facetious to a degree on that.. globalization in a way has removed a certain portion of wage pressures in any economy that is open.. except in some of the professions which have been protected by SRO's.
@tim_oliver@ALLAn - you overlook interest rates. Also, the trap for normal is where prices for food, fuel and other necessities go nuts while pay stays the same for a while and then plays catch-up once in a while if you are lucky enough (as I was) to work where the labor union has a COLA in the contract. It's hell for most working people. I doubt you or many others were working stiffs in the late 70s. It was Nixon's fault BTW. He froze wages and prices - the stupidest move he made other than the 55 mph speed limit.
@Allanhighheat, Trump doesn't need any help, he is very good at making himself look like a jackass. Now a lame-duck president at the beginning of his term not the end as he can't even get Obamacare repealed while the right controls everything.