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The chart for this is unreal. With Gold at $1200+, and the SEC and government finding manipulation in every market, I think the manipulators will let this go. I see this running. Gold $2000 Silver $75+ within a year.
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In Treasury report, shocking evidence of silver price suppression
http://news.silverseek.com/SilverSeek/1273257866.php

Feds probing JPMorgan trades in silver pit
http://www.nypost.com/p/news/business/feds_probing_jpmorgan_trades_in_gZzMvWBqOJ pB55M7Rh9vwM

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It's what Ted Butler has said for years.

The Sh!t's about to hit the fan.

Hold on tight.

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I just said this. Ha Ha. My silver holdings are about to make me a ton of money. Strange timing. I just started buying silver 6 months ago. Its been in this same trading range for 20 years. Looks like I won't have to wait long.


The investigations stem from a story in The Post, which reported on a whistleblower questioning JPMorgan's involvement in suppressing the price of silver by "shorting" the precious metal around the release of news announcements that should have sent the price upwards.

Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/business/feds_probing_jpmorgan_trades_in_gZzMvWBqOJ pB55M7Rh9vwM#ixzz0nX0B9IdV

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Not only are shorts going to cover, but the manipulation will stop. This will break that $20 quickly in my opinion. I see Silver at that $50 soon.
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Bought another 1000 oz. on this manipulation summary. I'm now seeing an SEC, CFTC and other departments wake up. Not just wake up, but the wrong people in the job, with the lack of knowledge were running all agencies. The people in charge were not just the wrong people for the job, they just didn't know what they were doing. This has been happening for many years. W-street Reg. is just now coming under fire. Don't be a hero. I like ONLY Gold Silver and U.S. stocks. With the massive Trillion dollar bailout of the EU, you need to know where the structurally sound countries and commodities are. Gold, Silver and U.S Stocks. Especially with the Euro now going to parity with the Dollar. Great time to take a European trip. LoL.
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Silver well over $19, and $20 for delivery. I see this moving much higher from here. Bullion or SLV is the way to play.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eb1n1X0Oqdw&feature=player_embedded

about silver after 25 min. mark or so.

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Well over $20 for delivery.
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Going nuts after consumer confidence report.....

Gold too.

Still building inventory.

It's still a buy to $25 IMO.

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quote:
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Going nuts after consumer confidence report.....

Gold too.

Still building inventory.

It's still a buy to $25 IMO.

Maybe $25 this week...Patience paying off huge here... [Smile]
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Might start moving my bullion.
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quote:
Originally posted by invester:
Might start moving my bullion.

I'll buy it for spot. Let me know.
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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by invester:
Might start moving my bullion.

I'll buy it for spot. Let me know.
I'll take some off your hands too...

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http://www.kitco.com/charts/livesilver.html

touching 25....

28-29 is my guess for the high before years end.

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Up a buck this morning...

Fed's bond buying plan boosts world stocks
Fed's $600 billion bond buying plan lifts world stock markets; but dollar slides again
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Feds-bond-buying-plan-boosts-apf-4058505203.html?x =0&sec=topStories&pos=main&asset=&ccode=

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The Silver Alpha
http://news.silverseek.com/SilverSeek/1288914539.php

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26.03
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[Smile]
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27.75 up 10% in 5 trading days.....

It's borderline scary.....

http://inflation.us/videos.html
most recent video of QE2

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quote:
Originally posted by invester:
I just said this. Ha Ha. My silver holdings are about to make me a ton of money. Strange timing. I just started buying silver 6 months ago. Its been in this same trading range for 20 years. Looks like I won't have to wait long.


The investigations stem from a story in The Post, which reported on a whistleblower questioning JPMorgan's involvement in suppressing the price of silver by "shorting" the precious metal around the release of news announcements that should have sent the price upwards.

Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/business/feds_probing_jpmorgan_trades_in_gZzMvWBqOJ pB55M7Rh9vwM#ixzz0nX0B9IdV

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OK OK we get it invester....you're the best. LOL, Just kidding.

Good job man. I have seen plenty of your picks produce. Very impressive!

I remember Ted Butler saying years ago we will go through periods of massive volatility in the process of the rise in the price of silver.

So far he is correct.

He has also been warning about JP Morgan and the big 4 banks naked shorting since the summer of 06.
it's what triggered me to buy more.

I think the out lash from the shorts is coming to a head as we speak.

I would not doubt we see 20-40% swings and possibly more, just like the past run from 19 to 27.86.

Once we get back to a 16-1 ratio of gold to silver I will start selling. But just some.

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quote:
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OK OK we get it invester....you're the best. LOL, Just kidding.

Good job man. I have seen plenty of your picks produce. Very impressive!

I remember Ted Butler saying years ago we will go through periods of massive volatility in the process of the rise in the price of silver.

So far he is correct.

He has also been warning about JP Morgan and the big 4 banks naked shorting since the summer of 06.
it's what triggered me to buy more.

I think the out lash from the shorts is coming to a head as we speak.

I would not doubt we see 20-40% swings and possibly more, just like the past run from 19 to 27.86.

Once we get back to a 16-1 ratio of gold to silver I will start selling. But just some.

Even when we were paying a $4.00+ premium to take delivery of physical (remember that BS walkdown to $8-$9 at the end of 09) [Roll Eyes] , most of the talking heads dismissed everything Ted Butler had to say as nothing more than conspiracy theory...Wonder how they feel about his writings now???

Thanks for this thread Surf...Never even thought about Gold/Silver before I started reading some of your posts here back in early 08...

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29.00 Unreal.

Your welcome Happy Valley. It's been a pleasure.

For some reason this feels like just the beginning to me.

The real prize awaits the patient.

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Just broke $33.00


Looks like a breakout....

Major moves up and down lie ahead.

Thank God I don't have a sell button.

Bets as to when we hit $40.??

This is getting groovy.

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$34.26 Short SQEEEEEEEZE. Bunch of FTD's acomin....
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i don't wanna sell even if it hits 50$ surf.... but i may have to force myself to.

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quote:
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i don't wanna sell even if it hits 50$ surf.... but i may have to force myself to.

Maybe just a bit....and maybe for franks only.

$35.45 now.

I think it's a hold for another 3-5 years minimum.

This is a wealth builder in front of us....

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$36.70

Here is a letter my dad received from some friends of his....

Bill,
A little over two years ago you suggested that silver would be a good investment. I listened and put 25% of our investments in silver. Since then our return is 130%. The article you sent today was two years behind your advice. Thank you very much for seeing the future and sharing with us.
Mike and Barbara

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$38.50

Looks like a push is underway.

$40 coming IMO.

I am more interested in seeing where she settles after this run.

No question that speculation has crept into the formula.

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Yup, Loving this Surf...

Sitting on my physical but the daily swings in Silver and Gold have made SLV and GDX weekly's some of the best trading vehicles around...JMO

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$39.64


Why Silver Will Go UP for Years to Come!

(Floods of paper money!)

Silver Stock Report

by Jason Hommel, April 7th, 2011


1. No nation on earth is using silver as a circulating medium of exchange. The State of Utah is leading the way by making it legal tender.

2. All nations on earth are using paper for money, which is about as wise as building houses out of straw. The amount of paper money is uncountable, and is constantly soaring to new highs. The USA stopped reporting the amounts of money in the banks back in 2006, and the banks in 2008 started depositing a lot of their bailout money with the Fed banks, making it even harder to track. All of that marks the beginning of hyperinflation, which appears to be starting now.

3. The Federal annual deficit, which is how much they spent more than they took in, is $1.66 trillion, or $830 billion for the first half of fiscal 2011. Does that count QEII? What was not counted in that? How reliable are the figures? If the figures are wrong, are the real figures likely to be bigger or smaller, and by how much?

http://tinyurl.com/3ozdljx (April 7th news item)

4. The silver market remains tiny. "World investment rose by an impressive 40 percent last year to 279.3 million troy ounces (Moz), resulting in a net flow into silver of $5.6 billion, almost doubling 2009’s figure." How reliable are the figures?

http://www.silverinstitute.org/pr07apr2011.php (April 7th news item)

Recap: New US Debt: $830 billion in 6 months.
Recap: New Silver buying: $5.6 billion, all year.

Essay assignment, compare and contrast those two numbers.

Which one is bigger? Which one is smaller?

What is likely to change?
What is likely to stay the same?

If the US government spends new paper money that it does not have, is that inflationary? Will that make the new dollars tend to go down in value? If so, by how much?

Are silver prices likely to go up, as new money buys silver to protect itself? In your opinion, much new money will be likely to buy silver next year? How much do you think the silver price will continue to be driven up, in the next year, by such buying?

Is the US government likely to suddenly balance the budget by next year, or will the spending like a drunken sailor be likely to continue?

If you convince your friends to buy silver, are they more likely to thank you, or not, as certain trends and fundamentals continue?

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The Federal Reserve Must Implement QE3

Gold prices surged today to a new all time high of $1,463.70 per ounce, while silver prices soared to a new 31-year high of $39.785 per ounce. Silver is now up 129% since NIA declared silver the best investment for the next decade on December 11th, 2009, at $17.40 per ounce. The gold/silver ratio is now down to 37, compared to a gold/silver ratio of 66 when NIA declared silver the best investment for the next decade. This means that not only is silver up 129% in terms of dollars since December 11th, 2009, but silver has also increased in purchasing power by 1.78X in terms of gold.

Gold is the world's most stable asset and the best gauge of inflation. This brand new breakout in the price of gold leads us to believe that the Federal Reserve is getting ready to unleash QE3 at the end of June. The Fed will surely not call it QE3, but NIA can pretty much guarantee that the Fed will continue on with their purchases of U.S. treasuries. If the Fed pauses after QE2, it will mean that treasury bond yields will need to surge to a level where they attract enough private sector and foreign central bank buyers in order to not only support the funding of our rapidly rising budget deficits, but to support the redemption of maturing treasury securities.

In the month of March, the U.S. government spent more than eight times its monthly tax receipts, when you include the money spent for maturing U.S. treasuries. The U.S. treasury netted $128.18 billion in tax receipts during the month of March, but paid out a total of $1.05 trillion, which included $49.8 billion in Social Security benefits, $47.4 billion in Medicare benefits, $22.58 billion in Medicaid benefits, and $37.9 billion in defense spending. However, by far, the U.S. paid out the most for maturing U.S. treasuries, which equaled $705.3 billion.

In order for the U.S. government to stay afloat with only $128.18 billion in tax receipts, it had to spend $72.5 billion from its balance of cash, which ended the month at $118.1 billion, and sell $18 billion worth of TARP assets. But most importantly, the U.S. treasury had to sell $786.5 billion in new treasury bonds.

The U.S. government is the largest ponzi scheme in world history. We can only fund our government expenditures and pay off maturing debt plus interest, by issuing larger amounts of new debt. Americans are lucky that we have been blessed with record low interest rates for an unprecedented amount of time, but NIA believes that as we roll over U.S. treasuries in the future, we will have to refinance them at much higher interest rates. Our national debt is now so large that interest payments on our debt will become the government's largest monthly expenditure.

If the Federal Reserve doesn't implement QE3, NIA believes it will just about guarantee a bursting of the U.S. bond bubble in the second half of 2011. If the Fed stops buying U.S. treasuries, there is a chance that we won't find foreign buyers for our bonds no matter how high interest rates rise. The world is waking up to the fact that the U.S. government is insolvent, and the benefits of propping up the U.S. dollar are no longer worth the expense to our foreign creditors. The U.S. government ponzi scheme will soon be exposed for the world to see.

Japan has been the most consistent buyer of U.S. treasuries. With Japan needing to raise $300 billion to rebuild parts of their country that were destroyed by the earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear disaster, we believe they will be forced to dump their U.S. treasuries, at a time when the U.S. desperately needs Japan to roll over their treasuries into larger amounts of new ones. Not only that, but with Arab revolutions taking place across major Saudi states and the U.S. beginning to occupy Libya for no reason at all, we will likely see Gulf states follow in Japan's footsteps and stop purchasing/dump U.S. treasuries. Plus, China appears to be becoming more reluctant to continue buying U.S. treasuries, and is positioning the yuan to be the world's new reserve currency. Without Japan, Saudi states, and China, there will be no buyers left for U.S. government bonds.

The fact is, with no QE3, we could literally see the 10-year bond yield double from 3.52% to north of 7%, overnight. Even then, it is unlikely to attract foreign buyers and we will likely be faced with failing bond auctions, which would cause a massive rush out of the U.S. dollar and trigger the currency crisis NIA has been predicting. NIA sees no other option for the Fed, but for it to continue on with its endless money printing and destructive inflationary policies.

Federal Reserve officials discussed last month in closed-door meetings the possibility that rising commodity prices could cause inflation. The fact is, rising commodity prices don't cause inflation, they are a symptom of inflation. When the Fed leaves interest rates at 0% for over two years and prints $600 billion as part of QE2, that money printing and easy money is the inflation of our money supply, and rising prices are the result.

The Fed is narrow-minded and continues to focus on the CPI, which only grew last month by 2.11% year-over-year. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke says he expects rising commodity prices to create a “transitory” boost in U.S. inflation. Meaning, when the CPI rises even higher in the upcoming months, Bernanke will likely place the blame on what he considers to be temporarily high oil and soft commodity prices.

The CEO of Wal-Mart is now saying that U.S. inflation is “going to be very serious” and that Wal-Mart is already seeing “cost increases starting to come through at a pretty rapid rate.” He predicts that because of huge increases in raw material costs, along with soaring labor costs in China, and skyrocketing fuel costs around the world, retail prices will start increasing at Wal-Mart and all of their competitors in June, especially for clothing and food.

When asked about the predictions of Wal-Mart's CEO, Bernanke said that he expects price pressures to remain largely stable, but then added, "Wal-Mart has more data than the government does." Bernanke was also quoted as saying, "We have to monitor inflation and inflation expectations extremely closely because if my assumptions prove not to be correct, then we would certainly have to respond to that and ensure that we maintain price stability.”

The European Central Bank (ECB) is expected to raise interest rates tomorrow for the first time since 2008. Many people are now speculating that the Federal Reserve will begin raising the Federal Funds Rate at the end of 2011. NIA is receiving many new 'NIAnswers' and email questions on a daily basis, asking us what will happen to gold and silver prices if the Federal Reserve were to raise interest rates.

In our opinion, the Federal Reserve raising the Fed Funds Rate would actually be very bullish for gold and silver prices, because it will serve as an admission that even the Fed believes inflation is becoming a major problem and beginning to spiral out of control. Historically, the best performing time period for precious metals has been when the Fed begins to raise artificially low rates. Remember, when the Fed begins to raise rates, they will probably raise rates only 1/4 or possibly 1/2 of a percentage point at a time. Interest rates of 1% or 2%, although higher than 0%, are still artificially low and will do nothing to curtail inflation. NIA believes the real rate of U.S. price inflation is now 6% and we will need to see the Fed Funds Rate rise to a level that is higher than the real rate of price inflation, if the Fed wants to have any hope of preventing hyperinflation.

It is important to spread the word about NIA to as many people as possible, as quickly as possible, if you want America to survive hyperinflation.

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Just cracked $40... [Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin]
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quote:
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Just cracked $40... [Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin]

Congrats!!!!!!!
doing some dd on TLR to see just what kind of future they have.

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