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Member Since: Sun, 1st Aug 2010

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Last Posted: Mon 21:39


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Mon 21:39

Gold off to the races. Fancy more Silver.

Banking index not happy. The alligator jaws are widening with indices going north and banking index going south. Historically ends with recessions.
Sun 13:23

From having a row, to taking drugs...lol.

I take your point though Stagecoach.

All a bunch of tossers - heaven help us.
Sun 13:17

Or go to the world bank where all the info is sourced from in the first place.
Fri 18:37

Correct! - but I didn't know Brexit was that far reaching. /s.

We're all heading for the plugole.

Dead ahead the recession iceberg.
Fri 16:20

LY, Governments and CBs, your ultimate friends.

One controls you.
The other robs you.

Sounds a shit deal to me.
Fri 15:58

PMI manufacturing data in US shows a whisker off contraction.

The Germans have already layed the table for other guests soon to arrive.

(Trump) the greatest US economy in history.....lol.

Electioneering BS
Fri 12:22

A wee bit of discord within the bank.
Thu 14:50

Are poor. Data continues to worsen.

The Fed increases rates to 2.5% which now puts a brake on consumer spending, as if they weren't tapped out already. In 08 it was 5%.

We live in a low rate environment, any increases would blow the lot up as the Fed has found out. Zero to Negative on the cards from here on in. IMHO
Thu 11:53

Correct Mick. 100% chance of rate cut in July.

If the economy is the best ever (Trump) you don't cut rates. Markets sniff recession, creates fear = gold rush.

TomJones - nowt to do with Iran...yet! but will if it kicks off.
Thu 10:11

Onlyif, yep you're probably right can see it coming.
Thu 08:43

Gold needed to break and stay above 1375 level, absent of recent Fed noise.

It's good to go now -no resistance.

Chart looks bullish
19 Jun '19

Leaves rates unchanged
19 Jun '19

Point is... always have control of your money as a nation state. If not, you got what's coming.

Alot of nation's have it coming - that's life!
19 Jun '19

John, how u doing. Came back from the Normandy beaches this morning - sobering stuff.

JL, speaking of sunshine, 27c in northern France.
19 Jun '19

Could see volitility tonight in markets. Cheaper money on the menu, if not - disappointment.

7pm
19 Jun '19

It's REAL, it's a coming. The EU Ponzi is like the leaning tower of Pizza, without the monetary stimulus, collapse is certain.

Like ahpids sucking on a plant, they'll suck until the sap runs out - then it dies.

Being trapped as a nation in a monetary system is a bad thing as Italy is now experiencing. The glove doesn't fit all - how can it?

The lure of better things through cheaper borrowing costs and blind eyes creates the conditions of debt, Sovereign, corporate, and consumer.

Then you reach the point Greece did, and now a big boy Italy - others will follow down the blackhole of the EU.

So, more sucking, more debt, and more misery to come. Until realisation comes knocking, and everyone's doing a runner from the EU kebab shop.

There's no free meal ticket in life - never was. Just the illusion of one.

https://moneymaven.io/mishtalk/economics/meet-the-mini-bot-italy-will-break-up-the-eurozone-ooP7hX4VDE-b6M955QojCg/
17 Jun '19

Just sailed past the "Victory". Tiny thing. Must of been manned by migets and suffered the "anzio crouch"
17 Jun '19

Wednesday, the markets expecting more monetary heroin from the FED in a rate cut.

TSWHTF if it doesn't, markets will throw a wobbly - risky being a bull.
17 Jun '19

In the S&P 500 now out pace all R&D in the US

Wow!

That's not good.


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