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@nobshere $NRG --When $TUD comes up with a big hole (is there any doubt) watch er go $TUO $AMK
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@nobshere We need email blasts from NLW to get things moving
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@Allan hello, it's me, down in Zacatecas thinking how things used to be.
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@Goldfinger @Allan I've taken my talents to South Beach for the day, the weather is pristine.
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@Edp007 Reputed New York gangster released from prison at age 100 lol He was most recently incarcerated, at the age of 93 in 2010, for a racketeering conspiracy involving the shakedown of New York strip clubs. lmao..." was sentenced to 50 years in prison in 1967 for his involvement in a bank robbery conspiracy.....When the half-century sentence was announced, Franzese's estranged wife Cristina told the New York Daily News, "I'd be shocked if he doesn't live to 100. That man can do jail time standing on his head." https://ca.yahoo.com/news/reputed-york-gangster-released-prison-234130124.html
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@Allan goldfinger, pretty nice down here every day. I think there is more scenery to appreciate on South Beach.
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@tim_oliver Today's NYT features Canadian history for July 1 150th birthday: https://nyti.ms/2sZ0rRk
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@Allan Tim, I love this quote from the article. Leah Gazan said, "Like my parents, I have learned to speak up and to never stay silent in the face of injustice. Indigenous peoples have been on Turtle Island, an indigenous name for North America, since time immemorial, more than the 150 years of colonial genocide that Canada wishes to celebrate. Until the Canadian government stops violating fundamental indigenous human rights, I have nothing to celebrate." Nor do I.
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@racker William Mougayar: Unpacking Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) and Token Sales http://avc.com/2017/06/video-of-the-week-unpacking-initial-coin-offerings-ico-and-token-sales/ Informed conversation about the #crypto sector. “Pouring a little cold water” on the #startups raising money with ICOs. $90 billion USD in new crypto wealth over the past year funding the ICO boom. Most startups fall into a black hole. Few are actual businesses with customers. Major growing pains across #blockchain networks. No fair and equal distribution of #tokens. Raves about Steemit for integrating tokens within its application. Fiat is getting competition from crypto... in apps. This is a new alternative system being created- "the Blockchain economy". Still lots of friction between crypto and old world getting in and out. That's why merchants aren't accepting yet.
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@HRA-Coffin That sounds an awful lot like internet stocks circa 1999-2000 @racker. We all know how that ended.
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@racker Imagine if $90 billion USD ($120 billion CAD) flowed into the TSXV... then have a cold shower
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@HRA-Coffin You wouldn't have a mortgage and could duck two bubbles at once @racker ;)
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@Goldfinger US$90 billion flows into the TSXV and May 2006 will look like a modest warmup.
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@Vaughan Yes please. Thank you.
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@racker The Man Who Helped Turn Toronto Into a High-Tech Hotbed https://nyti.ms/2tWNIfb profile of Geoffrey Everest Hinton, a computer scientist and leading expert in artificial intelligence at University of Toronto
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@teevee @Allan, history clearly shows that indigenous people are THE most racist, murderous peoples on earth. That is because of their tribalism. It was only the rule of law and establishment of reservations that stopped indigenous first nations from practising slavery, and murdering members from other tribes. .. In addition to members of other first nations tribes, now you have whites, asians and blacks to hate too. Did I miss anyone on your hate list?......from the article, the term "colonial genocide" is more left wing bs propaganda. If there was "colonial genocide", there wouldn't be any indigenous peoples left. Try looking up the meaning of words before you write them...Allan, eres un payaso...#index
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@Allan teevee, which hillbilly school did you go to in order to learn about history? Sounds like they wear white dunce caps and white sheets at that school. You spew a bunch of racist nonsense toward First Nations and then try to make me out as racist. You are another goof in here. Please bring the block option in.
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@teevee @Allan, you are a self pitying first nations racist as revealed by your written words. #index
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@Allan Teevee, I'm glad only a small percentage of the population think like you. Used to be a lot more, but gladly your kind are going the way of the dodo bird.
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@nicholaslepan @racker nice piece on tech in Toronto, I was lucky enough to hear the president of u of t speak about all the amazing people that have come out of their computer science department, most of them run companies and other universities now, you will see a lot more too!
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@FundamentalAnalysis Is anyone smart enough to argue why gold would never get to sub $1000? People talk of risks in geology, engineering....no one mentions the black swan events. I've heard the charts arguments....anyone have more?..... #gold #mbgtrends....Warren buffett talks about people having a real blind spot about something because they know a whole lot about everything else......
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@rangerbentman @teevee @Allan oh oh,another trigger event ! When will we get past this multiculturalism garbage and settle down to be Canadians without hyphens? The Indigenous ,so called first nations, were never a civilized race of fun loving ,kind , and pleasant group of people . They were and unfortunately are just like us white folk, greedy , self serving, and looking for handouts. In my opinion ,reservations and granting special rights to a separate group of people was and is wrong. We all have hearts and lungs and the color of my blood is just as red as my little brother who is Gitxzan . Allan will be infuriated but he does bring it on himself.
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@FundamentalAnalysis @allan @teevee I remember going to a museum in winnipeg to learn about first nations......the message I got was the whites were responsible for the disruption of first nation life at the beginning (things like title of land etc...)- can't remember all the exact details, however first nations society have ended up going down this downwards spiral some of which has become deep rooted and they just don't know how to get out it. So its hard to say who is to blame for the current situation, the white initially (Bit like the british in india causing mayhem)...however its now the responsibility of the first nations/indigenous just like the indians in India are doing to sort themselves out and move with the times. Opportunities are more abundant today, and racism is a lot less
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@Goldfinger $Energy credit spreads moving higher while high yield remains subdued http://cdn.ceo.ca/1cktu93-IMG_7118.JPG+ $HYG
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@Allan fundamentalanalysis, you went to a museum in Winnipeg to learn about First Nations issues and now you have answers to the issues. I'm 52 and lived it all my life, didn't need to go to a museum to get the answers like you. To celebrate Canada's 150th birthday and still see the constitutional and treaty rights of First Nations people being trampled kind of takes something away from the party.
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@Allan ranger, how do you know what the indigenous people were like? You obviously know nothing about the formation of this country or its constitutions with your comment about special rights. Maybe after you read up on the constitution and Royal Proclamations you will want to come back and have a more serious conversation.
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@FundamentalAnalysis @Allan Read what I wrote "message I got" ... don't have the answers. But I am also an ethnic minority so I think I understand the issues from intuition better then others. You are probably biased and believe the whites should forever be blamed. Take ownership of the problems that exist and people will find they can solve their own issues without always blaming someone else. No one else will sort out the problems the indigenous people face, its the ones who speak out and enact change for themselves that will improve the situation. This is reality....on a side note I did meet and speak to a lot of first nations people too so got a feel for what is going on.
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@Edp007 If $ion pops over a buck ever @Allan gonna love Canada lol
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@Edp007 I can't imagine be popping champagne and saying ya but the treaty stuff takes a bit a sting outta my riches lol
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@Allan Edp, I will be fine with that, I like your thinking.
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@HRA-Coffin LOL Ok @DanO. But if you want that nice apartment and allowance, you've gotta "put out"...
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@rangerbentman @Allan, you of course are absolutely correct in all the treaty rights and constitutional arguments and first nations people can do no wrong . Interesting how some sold their land for beads and complained hundreds of years later. Seemed like a good deal at the time, do you concur?
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@Goldfinger “A bull market is like sex. It feels best just before it ends.” ~ Barton Biggs
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@Allan see what I mean ranger, you prove how little you know about the subject and yet still want to argue. Let's just be honest, throw away that political correctness stuff, I know what you really want to say. Say what you really mean, you are anonymous on here, don't be scared.
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@BobbyNAKselrod About to start day trading. Perhaps if @ylr stops trashing my long plays, I will consider following him again.
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@BobbyNAKselrod Mr @ylr, what chart is that you posted with the big flag pole
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@BobbyNAKselrod @Allan @teevee is a troll. Don't feed him
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@Edp007 If I may make a subtle point. It's not only about mos but venture stocks in general. Those that have the ear of the CEO and continuously get glowing reports from said CEO. The ceos are smart. They know that you will post right away verbatim all the great news. Keep the story going. U r used as free marketing. Lol #index
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@rangerbentman @Allan ,fair enough, I want all indigenous people to be treated the same as all Canadians no special rights and treated absolutely the same as any citizen.
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@DullesB @Ranverbentman I say this respectfully, shut the fuck up you stupid cuck.
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@2pac @rangerbentman Stick with your plan from a couple weeks ago. @rangerbentman Like I have said before, Allan has trigger points that he responds to far too easily. To stay on topic of providing quality stock information is paramount , whereas trivial spats really do not add any value here. 11 from #index, 17 May 2017, 10:49 A lot of your posts do add value here.
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@soulMiner Sam Zell 'To justify $AMZN at 150 pe you have to assume it will be 25% of the U.S. economy in 10 years. Not likely'.
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@soulMiner Janet Yellen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUIP-TOxbQs+ LOL
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@soulMiner Charles Grodin, "Oh I'm sure we're completely safe." - Midnight Run http://cdn.ceo.ca/1ckuj9e-Screen%20Shot%202017-06-25%20at%2006.40.47.png+
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@soulMiner Mc Clellan Oscillator, 'A quiet market is one of the hallmarks of a price top' http://cdn.ceo.ca/1ckuk0a-Screen%20Shot%202017-06-25%20at%2006.53.45.png+
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@soulMiner Americans are dying with an average of $62,000 worth of debt. http://www.marketwatch.com/story/what-happens-to-your-debt-when-you-die-2017-03-21?link=sfmw_tw
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@soulMiner James Grant on the Gold Standard, 'Goodbye, Yellow Brick Road'. https://www.wsj.com/articles/goodbye-yellow-brick-road-1497643771
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@soulMiner Charlie Bilello, 'Health Care at new all-time high. Retail at 52-week low. Skyrocketing premiums crowding out discretionary spending?' http://cdn.ceo.ca/1ckumbu-Screen%20Shot%202017-06-25%20at%2007.34.15.png+
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@soulMiner Bloomberg Markets,‏ 'Oil’s slide into a bear market has left the world’s biggest junk bond ETF mostly unscathed'. http://cdn.ceo.ca/1ckumoc-Screen%20Shot%202017-06-25%20at%2007.40.49.png+ Full article https://bloom.bg/2rS9zaY
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