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chrisNdee
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Stock Broker Firms have the right to "LEND" your shares they hold in their name. Since it is already in their name they can be the buyer and seller and just circulate your shares through the market to adjust stock price to their liking. Traders and insiders know the stock and commodity market is a scam and the public is the target. The stock and commodity market like the real estate market will inflate or deflate on the increasing or decreasing money supply. There is no prohibition on financial slavery or involuntary monetary servitude. Money "FLOWS THROUGH" the stock market rather then being "IN" it. It simply becomes someone else's working capital residing in their bank account. The stock market is a "MONEY EXCHANGE" a "BETTING POOL" wherein people "OPIATE of the MASSES" trade equities in a competition for each others money. In real estate, if there is a mortgage on it, it is the banks working capital. If property is free and clear it is the owners working capital

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  Silver is a commodity with the largest short position ever witnessed, with no daily price limits, and all that is required to sell a contract short is margin of 27 cents per ounce ($1350 per 5000 ounce contract). If silver were to move $5 in one day, like it has in the past and could in the future, and is permitted by the moronic COMEX daily limit, a short speculator would have to immediately come up with $25,000 for every contract held short. Or almost 20 times the total margin of the day before. Immediately. It's totally irresponsible for an exchange to permit such a possibility and suicidal for the short speculator himself. Who runs this exchange anyway?
Perversely, the poor governance and structure of the COMEX points to what a great buy real silver is. Only such a messed-up market structure could and would have tolerated such a long term manipulation. While it's a shame that the people at the NYMEX and CFTC are doing such a poor job regulating the silver market, they are also presenting you with the gift of mispriced silver. It would be wrong not to accept that gift. The COMEX market was set to surpress the price of commodities, and manipulate the market in favor of commercial (short) entities, at the expense of speculative long entities.

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  All money is cartoon money-- we haven't had real money since the silver came out of the coins-- and water over the gate I am not a crook Nixon took us off the gold standard.You ever notice what the par value of a share of stock is?( an arbitrary value of no signifance is the definition in the Investors Desk Reference) Either way reality is that money( or a stock) is what the majority agrees that it is. You still get back to the fact that when a small crew starts deciding what the value is ( the MM's) the free market system has been subverted.
Gold has risen 60% since 9/11, and the Euro has risen 40% since the end of the Iraqi war. In 1781 gold went to 19,390 Continentals and in the years to come it will pass that figure in dollar terms. Gold will continue to gain ever more value as the entire system as we know it today fails. The system has to fail because it is wrong to indebt people that are not yet conceived or born and therefore not old enough to vote. The national fiat debt now stands at $23,000+ for every man woman and child and there is another $144,000 of federal contingent (off balance sheet) for every man woman and child. My state of Maine has another $150,000 contingent debt for every man woman and child. These numbers can only increase, because there is no way to pay it down.--Given the above situation I have decided that my best way to preserve capital is to invest in physical commodities, and be very selective in stock purchases. I like EDV.TO because of its ability to finance juniors and gain shares at a lower cost then the going share price. I like AOT.V because of its holdings in another company, a large silver explorer exceeds it market cap and you get their exploration property for free. I like MMGG.OB because they have good managment and a property that is worth 10 times the price of the stock. I like BPN.V because it will be another Goldcorp.--I need new and better ideas to invest in. Good ideas, not some junk that lists 200,000,000 shares, but really has 200 Trillion and has convertible outstanding promissory notes that are convertible into convertible debentures, convertible into ever more shares.

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The "multiplier" effect, or the proportion of credit created by our banksters to the amount of deposits no longer exists. Bureaucrats like credit card issuers are using contingent debt (off balance sheet bullion banking) to create unlimited expansion of credit and debt in order to service old and the new debt. This process creates monetary inflation (currency devaluation) and makes it more and more impossible for people of modest means to provide for their day to day living costs and retirement. US fiat dollar debt is being bought by foreign central banks who print up their own currency to buy that debt at no cost and then use the $ repayment proceeds to buy needed commodities like oil, industrial metals they need. They know that inflation depreciates the purchasing value of the official currency and simultaneously appreciates the value of the officially abandoned real money (gold and silver). Over time the rate of fiat money issue tends to increase, causing a coincident but greater rate of depreciation in the market value of each unit and of nominally increasing total stock of paper currency. This, in turn, forces the officials to increase the rate of counterfeiting again and again in order to try to cover the soaring cost of under funded but already budgeted programs. The process then feeds on itself and ultimately destroys the currency completely, the currency ceases to be money by anybody's definition, and this pushes the paper money price of gold and silver into the stratosphere.
I excpect gold to finish 2004 in the $500 range, and I see a weak spot in gold in the first half of 2004. Silver will pass the $7.00 mark in 2004. So lets work together to find good companies with good managment and propertiese and let us try to get a capital gain that exceeds the devaluation of the dollar. I need your help. Thanks in advance.

[This message has been edited by chrisNdee (edited January 02, 2004).]


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