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Re: Financial topics

Posted: Fri Dec 06, 2019 5:13 pm
by aeden
https://twitter.com/LisaMei62

VIX was hammered as usual, and closed the week far below its Tuesday high of 18, if notably above where it started

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oxi5-6LdSpE
The first edition of a text found at Nag Hammadi was from the Jung Codex, a partial translation of which appeared in Cairo in 1956

For few of us its just review.

Also read up on Gup for the current Pelosi effect you witness.

There are virtually no standards. You have tens, hundreds of thousands of people in government, and just as many among contractors, who feel totally comfortable writing at the top of the document “internal use only,” “official use only,” and a million other synonyms, all of which amount to “none of your business” to the public.

You mud people with a spark should recognize the actual inflection of effect to the narrative they infer on more than a few.

Vast amount of these documents are total bullshit.

The press has hunkered down for very good reason, because it’s being treated like a mushroom.
You know the line—kept in the dark and fed shit.

Another narrative of mushroom from the rotting body farm. The shitshow are the plucked chickens eating uncle joes feed and yes the taxpayers are hostage to village and cheerful idiots.

“No tree, it is said, can grow to heaven unless its roots reach down to hell.” C.G. Jung

Follow the Bus and money to the next DSM-IV code 301.50 protest encampment.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrZSXNHHXdI

The sun begins to rise and wash away the sky
The turning of the tide, don't leave it all behind

Comey was Bridgewater

Re: Financial topics

Posted: Fri Dec 06, 2019 8:36 pm
by aeden
The company focused on its goals and values.
Leaders communicated with employees about the importance of these values.
These new standards became how employees guided their actions and attitudes.

Re: Financial topics

Posted: Fri Dec 06, 2019 8:52 pm
by Higgenbotham
Higgenbotham wrote:
Higgenbotham wrote:It's already happening but these additional giveaways will really accelerate the process.


What do I mean by it's already happening?

I was listening to Powell explain the other day why they are going to continue with easy money. His explanation was that easy money has gotten many marginal people into the workforce and he has been hearing about that success and wants it to continue.

The Fed used to have a theory and a practice that the optimal unemployment rate is about 5% because there is a certain percentage of workers that are marginal and really unable to be productive. So the Fed wanted to cap the expansion at that level to allow the economy to be productive.

Now it doesn't seem to matter. The Fed will continue with easy money even at an unemployment rate of 3.6%. That sounds like Universal Basic Income to me.

I recently heard from somebody who is getting a CNA certification. I was told that on any given day in the certification course there will be as many as 4 employers who come in and state that anyone who obtains a certificate will be hired at about $12 an hour. You have a certificate and you are employed. That sounds like Universal Basic Income to me.


https://twitter.com/businesscycle/statu ... 8987118597

Re: Financial topics

Posted: Sat Dec 07, 2019 10:53 am
by aeden

Re: Financial topics

Posted: Sat Dec 07, 2019 12:58 pm
by aeden
They lied.

Donald Trump always was, and still is, the target of the Deep State, the left-wing media and their Democrat Party collaborators.
https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/ ... usion-hoax

Re: Financial topics

Posted: Sun Dec 08, 2019 5:37 am
by richard5za
Higg,
I have a feeling that the S&P 500 melt-up may now be happening? Time to blow off unknown! Lets see
In due course could be very good for the gold price. What does Vince think?

Re: Financial topics

Posted: Sun Dec 08, 2019 7:33 am
by vincecate
richard5za wrote:Higg,
I have a feeling that the S&P 500 melt-up may now be happening? Time to blow off unknown! Lets see
In due course could be very good for the gold price. What does Vince think?


I am confident gold will do better than a 30 year bond over the next 30 years but don't feel I have any skill at telling what it will do over the next month.

Re: Financial topics

Posted: Sun Dec 08, 2019 10:39 am
by aeden
Gold has intrinsic value as does a few other things in reality.
Priced in terms to fiat and insane politicians bought by the insane piggy back globalists bankers the system is a feature.
The message was sent when humans turn to dust or ash they validate one truth. They created nothing not already given.
The seal is real between the voters ears and firmly placed to conditions that can change. The hard edges of both camps are certain
and no they will not leave us alone. They are a death cult and yes the Supreme Court rule they are a religion.
Eupraxsophy is simple example. The moral views of secular humanism have been subjected to criticism by religious fundamentalist theists.
The secular humanist recognizes the central role of morality in human life; indeed, ethics was developed as a branch of human knowledge long before religionists proclaimed their moral systems based upon divine authority.
If you want something from nothing join them. It will fail in time.

https://shepherdsheart.life/blogs/news/ ... of-locusts

https://www.zerohedge.com/political/pel ... es-tragedy This is simply the beginning of wasted mind walking into overwhelming darkness.
As we pointed out point blank thousands march to doom to homelessness and worse if they ever wake up.
Nancy is a ends to the means in the sign of the times of this judgement window that is closing down.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXTDoVANaVA

Re: Financial topics

Posted: Sun Dec 08, 2019 12:15 pm
by Higgenbotham
vincecate wrote:
richard5za wrote:Higg,
I have a feeling that the S&P 500 melt-up may now be happening? Time to blow off unknown! Lets see
In due course could be very good for the gold price. What does Vince think?


I am confident gold will do better than a 30 year bond over the next 30 years but don't feel I have any skill at telling what it will do over the next month.

Yes, I think the S&P 500 melt-up is happening. The game now becomes guessing how high or when, not if.

And I agree with Vince. Gold and silver will do well in the long run, but it's possible that the S&P 500 melt-up goes hand in hand with downward manipulation in gold and silver (banks using printed money to leverage up short paper gold and silver to temporarily drive gold and silver prices even lower).

Re: Financial topics

Posted: Sun Dec 08, 2019 1:44 pm
by jcsok
Buying gold and silver with available fiat funds will only protect those available funds' value from being destroyed via inflation. To "make money" through ownership of gold and silver, one must use leverage to buy more of the metals than a person can "afford." Throughout the history of the Federal Reserve, gold has held its value relative to other hard goods, while the value of the "dollar" has decreased to "nothing", about 1 cent.