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vand last won the day on March 28 2016

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  1. Dollar index is hitting new lows. Very hard to make the case for the USD bull market given latest price action. http://bigcharts.marketwatch.com/quickchart/quickchart.asp?symb=dxy&insttype=&freq=&show=
  2. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2147404/Found-The-single-asteroid-thats-worth-60-billion-years-financial-output-entire-WORLD.html "An upcoming NASA mission to return just 2 ounces (60 grams) of an asteroid to Earth will cost about $1 billion."
  3. The only reason they would look into off-world mining would be if on-world supply was exhausted or so low as to be economically unfeasible to extract. Guess that would make it very much a BEST-case scenario. Prices would literally go to the moon.
  4. Yes, I think they are the most beautiful of the non-changing designs, and the reverse side is so intricate too. I absolutely love them.. and certain years have have quite a lot of collector value too, so always the chance that you could be buying something that will be highly sought after in the future. I'll never forget the first time I held a libertad, I just thought it was a thing of absolute beauty.
  5. Perth mint, although even they aren't 100% reliable. US Mint too.. might be wrong, but I don't think I've ever heard of a spotted ASE. Libertads are a terrific option too - I have many, and none have spots!
  6. Not got a lot of spare cashish this month, but I took the opportunity to buy an additional 20oz on this morning's dip.
  7. Everyone being degree-education in maths and econ is the reason we're in this mess in the first place and why we stack silver! I did Econometrics at LSE so feel fairly qualified to say this. Still remember my first lecture where this idiot professor started waffling on about liquidity curves and animal spirits. Duh. Not a dig at Levi personally, just at the system. I'm sure he recognises the shortcomings of the study of economics in academia. Good luck with the book!
  8. Look.... I have nothing against pandas, unicorns, sea krackens, eagles, turtles, cougars, owls, wolves, penguins, sea lions, space martians or any other form of wildlife either real or mythical... rumour has it that I may even own a few myself... but I just wanted to say that at the end of the day IT'S ALL JUST SILVER. Just wanted to get that off my chest! thanks!
  9. Even Rightmove, the most bullish of Indexes, and a proxy for seller expectations has taken a haircut in the last month: http://uk.businessinsider.com/rightmove-uk-house-prices-record-first-june-fall-since-2009-2017-6 UK -0.4% London -2.4% If you are heavily leveraged in UK property right now then god help you.
  10. Couple of good races at Royal Ascot to smash for EW arbs: Tues 4:20 - St James's Palace Stakes Fri 4:20 - Coronation Stakes So long as they remain 8 runners or more then you will easily be able to get each way arbs on these race
  11. Official inflation now 2.9%, 4 year high. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-40259392 You know it's real when they start talking about it on Football forums.
  12. I have eToro ads for Bitcoin and Ethereum all over my facebook feed. I think once they are pitching for the shoeshiners on social media then it's as sure a sign of a bubble top as you can get.
  13. I don't really understand how people are recommending the QB when it's basically a new coin with no meaningful history. By all means buy it if you like the look of it, but don't listen to any talk of "potential" because it's totally unproven. But I would say it's better to stick to the basics. Don't get carried away trying to chase potential - gold is primarily for insurance, not speculation.
  14. I'm gonna be conventional and say just get some 1oz coins. They're much more interesting than bars imo, command lower premium if you buy them from the right place, and offer the best risk/reward in terms of potential premium growth. Bars make more sense for US buyers looking to maximize their ounces.
  15. Depending on your precisely you draw the line, there is argument to be made that at the current price of $1295 we are currently ABOVE the very long term downtrend line that goes back to the 2011 peak. Next couple of sessions will be interesting and should confirm/deny it one way or another, either we hold here or even inch higher, in which case it would confirm the break of the downtrend... or we go back down (yet again).