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KDave

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    KDave got a reaction from Xander in Climate Change - Fact, fiction or somewhere inbetween   
    There are definitely similarities between the beliefs of climate change activists and totalitarian ideologies such as communism. I don't know if that's because climate is a big deal to the left in the same way they pretend equality is a big deal, or if it's just their disguise for hating people better off than they are, and a way to be holier than thou. Those right of center economically and politically do not seem to have the same attraction or devotion to climate change belief and often do not believe at all. Coincidence? 
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    KDave reacted to Michal in Equities going parabolic - Is the crash near?   
    Remember that they announce crush about 1-1,5 year after it happened. I think we are in recession right now and it started in December. That is my subjective opinion and no body have to agree  with it. 
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    KDave reacted to Xander in Climate Change - Fact, fiction or somewhere inbetween   
    It's strange you never see these sanctimonious b***tards  lying down beneath the giant wind farm turbines responsible for wholesale slaughter of millions birds and bats to the edge of distinction.
    Of course their belief will transcend this and be cast aside as collateral damage, collateral when it's they who decide who lives or dies, that's funny, I thought it was only dictators who acted like that. Of course if this bunch of clowns get power we would all be toast.
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    KDave reacted to ilovesilverireallydo in Today I Received.....   
    You know you have a problem when you move from 1gm bars to 1/25 fractional coins. 
    You know you have a bigger problem when you move from them to 1/10s. 
    Problems increase when you move from there to half sovs. 
    It gets worse when you move to full sovs. 
    Its getting out of hand when 1/4 ounces enter the picture. (Recent acquisitions displayed) 
    And am looking for help now that the first half ounce is on the way. (4 ducat - can’t wait!)
    I may be too far gone. 


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    KDave reacted to JunkBond in Iran 🇮🇷 stole our boat 🚣‍♀️   
    Don't tell me Boris is going to have to delay brexit to sort a war out. 🙄
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    KDave reacted to DarkChameleon in Gold Monitoring Thread £ GBP only   
    I'm thinking silver to $17 and gold settling at $1450 silver should push up to 1750 in the next few months.
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    KDave reacted to sixgun in Silver price about to plummet   
    We pull Mr Wong's leg so much it will soon get pulled off. Mr Wong is wong about so many things but he is a good sport and a top man!
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    KDave reacted to Wonger in Silver price about to plummet   
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    KDave got a reaction from goldmember44 in Gold Monitoring Thread £ GBP only   
    Silver still has some to run short term I reckon based on last time gold led (2016).
    The silver all time chart is extremely interesting to me; does not the last few years look very similar to the 80's? The gold all time chart is completely different but also looks like its offering decades of grind. 
    https://goldprice.org/
     
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    KDave got a reaction from Alex in Bitcoin beaten (finally)   
    I don't like it; it's similar to gold in that hardly anyone understand how it works or where it's value comes from but it doesn't exist in the physical plane like gold and is entirely reliant on the infrastructure it exists within. I had a punt, I forget if it was last year or year before. I have a decent gpu and started mining it, just left nicehash running while I was at work and made about 30 quid worth each month over the summer. Cashed out a sovereign in November I think. An interesting experiment, but convinced me its not the future in its current form. The market keeps disagreeing with my conclusion if you look between the massive sell offs. The bitcoin stuff is still here but it's not worth anything to me as I have no need for it.  
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    KDave got a reaction from Roy in Bitcoin beaten (finally)   
    I don't like it; it's similar to gold in that hardly anyone understand how it works or where it's value comes from but it doesn't exist in the physical plane like gold and is entirely reliant on the infrastructure it exists within. I had a punt, I forget if it was last year or year before. I have a decent gpu and started mining it, just left nicehash running while I was at work and made about 30 quid worth each month over the summer. Cashed out a sovereign in November I think. An interesting experiment, but convinced me its not the future in its current form. The market keeps disagreeing with my conclusion if you look between the massive sell offs. The bitcoin stuff is still here but it's not worth anything to me as I have no need for it.  
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    KDave reacted to RichRock in Anyone else selling here @ £1150?   
    I have slowly been offloading phys Gold and changing into silver over the last couple months. 1st batch sold at £1040, 2nd at £1090. I have just offloaded more this morning @ £1150, but may just sit on my hands with cash from this last sale to see what happens over the next few months.
    A few months ago I held 70% Gold, 30% Silver, but now I hold approx 70% Silver, 30% Gold.
    I believe this Gold move is extremely over extended and due a correction, however I am also aware the markets can behave irrationally longer than most people can stay solvent, as they say.
    Anyone else offloaded recently, and your reasons for doing so?
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    KDave reacted to Kookaburracollector in Anyone else selling here @ £1150?   
    I cashed in a fair lump of gold last month to top up various tax efficient vehicles with gold / silver mining stocks (see screenshot below from 2 days ago- a rare sight - the % is daily move). Risky for the amateur, so wouldn’t advise it unless you really know what yours doing, but the rewards are great if you get it right.
    As a safer bet, if you want a general fund for the miners, I have been very pleased with Investec Global gold....but of course DYOR.
     

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    KDave got a reaction from Bullionbilly in Facebook Libra   
    Control the money; control the world. 
    It will do well I think, but it's not good.
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    KDave got a reaction from AndrewSL76 in Why the worry?.   
    I'm worried it will keep going up when I've still got buying to do 
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    KDave reacted to sixgun in Silver Monitoring Thread £ (GBP) only.   
    What have we seen for over 100 years?
    The UK was decimated by WWI. The Flower of the country's youth was slaughtered running at machine guns for no purpose. An avoidable war deliberately orchestrated by the ruling class.
    WWII what was that about? Allegedly it was to save Poland which wasn't saved but spent decades under the Soviet totalitarian system. An avoidable war deliberately orchestrated by the ruling class years before it began. The country was utterly bankrupted and in reality has never recovered - as was the intention.
    Since WWII the economy has been dismantled. This was accelerated with entry into the EU. Thatcher oversaw the nation's assets being sold off for a song - most of the utilities are now run by foreign companies. She destroyed the coal mines. Engineering went down the tubes. 
    Now we have a state television company full of Leftists, habouring paedophiles and every other colour of deviant pumping out 24/7 BS. The infant schools are pushing gender studies, drag queen story telling and every other brain rot for the kids. We have a police not fit for purpose, more interested in Tweets than actual crimes. The country's law has enshrined the Climate Change agenda - which those who have not been sucked in by the propaganda know is a lie. The list is very long. So no surprise that the politicians continue to push policies which run contrary to commonsense and what is good for the people. It is not Socialism, or Conservatism or any other name you care to give it. They are in practice all the same. They are all a mixture of the incompetent and the criminal.
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    KDave got a reaction from Derv in Brexit status ...   
    Yeah we had all better stop talking about it now or the police will be round. 
     
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    KDave got a reaction from Gildeon in Why the worry?.   
    I'm worried it will keep going up when I've still got buying to do 
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    KDave got a reaction from Pipers in Brexit status ...   
    They can't give us a good deal or it's over for the project. As I say, the rest of Europe is watching and if we do well, the rest will want deals of their own. WTO brexit is coming for that reason.
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    KDave reacted to sixgun in Brexit status ...   
    Don't say that too loudly - the cops will come round to check your thinking.
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    KDave got a reaction from Kman in Why the worry?.   
    I'm worried it will keep going up when I've still got buying to do 
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    KDave reacted to Pipers in Auctions are insane   
    #scottishstackerdave on you tube
     
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    KDave reacted to HighlandTiger in Brexit status ...   
    From what I can gather, the plan is to go back to the EU, give them the choice of a new deal, (mainly the old deal, but without the red herring of the NI backstop), or they won't see a penny of the £35billion. Boris will let them know in no uncertain terms that a WTO deal, (there is no such thing as a no deal, it's just a moniker the remainiacs have put on it as part of project fear 2.0) will happen if the EU don't start to play ball. I've heard he may even mention that should they EU not start to be sensible, then they will have a winter of discontent of their own, as the EU farmers, (especially the militant French) find their crops are rotting in the fields as they have no market. So that strike action could close down a lot of France. And also there are European hauliers getting the hump, who may also go on strike if too many customs checks take place etc. (They've seen how easy it is to ship to the Swiss etc, and won't accept anything worse than that.
    He will also press the fact that the UK imports more than it exports, meaning that he is prepared to support UK businesses to become more competitive, and if that means using our £39billion for tax breaks (which will also entice businesses to the UK), or allowing a devaluation of the £. This will affect EU businesses.
    Now if the EU still won't play ball, and don't give an inch, he will try to porogue parliament for two weeks to get over the line. Now before then, there could be a  vote of no confidence in the government. There will be a three line whip on this, meaning any tory who votes against their party will be kicked out. The vote will be close, for every tory who votes against the government, there will be a labour mp in a brexit supporting constituency who will vote WITH the government. The Tory hierachy, estimate that the vote of no confidence will probably fail but only by half a dozen votes.
    In my opinion, too many people are panicking about a no deal. Going on to WTO rules, is only the first step to getting deals with countries around the world. Most of the commonwealth nations will sign deals within 3 months, (the work has already been done behind the scenes), The EU will be at the table for a deal within days and I expect them to sort it out within a year, (which for the EU is superfast.) The US will take about 6 months, prepare yourself for lurid headlines about the US buying our NHS, (when the reality is, they just want to be able to bid for NHS contracts like UK and EU companies can do now. No one is stopping the NHS from being free for everyone), and my favourite the chlorinated chicken. I just like to remind people that the chlorination process to destroy bacteria on the surface of chicken carcasses, is EXACTLY the same process that EU farmers use on their fruit and veg, and the process has been confirmed as safe by EU scientists. Also we drink chlorinated water, wash in chlorinated water, and swim in chlorinated water. The anti-US doomsayers are not the brightest. 
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    KDave got a reaction from Cornishfarmer in Brexit status ...   
    The Tory party want hard brexit but the UK does not agreed, the media have seen to that. I can't see a better option given the alternatives are remain, or vassilise under the EU, both options which are far more destructive to both democracy and to our nation's future.
    I would say the affront to democracy was holding EU elections 3 years after the vote to leave the EU. Democracy and the way this country is governed is already on its arse, with parliament as the last bastion of EU support holding out at this point. The EU will not negotiate = we must leave without an agreement. 
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    KDave got a reaction from MancunianStacker in Brexit status ...   
    The Tory party want hard brexit but the UK does not agreed, the media have seen to that. I can't see a better option given the alternatives are remain, or vassilise under the EU, both options which are far more destructive to both democracy and to our nation's future.
    I would say the affront to democracy was holding EU elections 3 years after the vote to leave the EU. Democracy and the way this country is governed is already on its arse, with parliament as the last bastion of EU support holding out at this point. The EU will not negotiate = we must leave without an agreement.