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  • in reply to: The Central Banks are Irrelevant #2565

    Jack
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BdpL_EATyc&list=UUpwvZwUam-URkxB7g4USKpg&index=6&feature=plcp

    Why is Max Keiser always pushing gold and silver.
    We believe that it will drop significantly and could he be right.

    in reply to: The Central Banks are Irrelevant #2562

    Jack
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    I thought if we knew how the dollar behaved during the last depresion thant that would mean the same trend might happen again and we can get help from that.

    in reply to: The Central Banks are Irrelevant #2548

    Jack
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    I would like to know what happened to the USD during the depression of the 1930 and how did banks like jp morgans and goldman and sachs didn’t go bankrupt.

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Suicide in Greece #2475

    Jack
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    I was wondering what kind of sign there were before the 2008 shock

    Candace
    I said maybe the bursting of a bubble like a housing bubble

    TheTrivium4TW
    I dont follow the derivatives and I dont really know what they are exactly.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derivative_(finance)

    Here it says futures, options
    What kind of derivatives should I be looking at
    Thanks

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Suicide in Greece #2456

    Jack
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    Hi Folks!
    I asked this question yesterday and there was no answer and I think it is important because everyone is interested in the timing of the way all this will unfold.
    I know that the answer is not easy to find but I think some people are able to do it .
    Hedge funds for example are smart enough to take a calculated guesses and they get this right some times

    Would it be tied to the interest rates or the price of oil or what.

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    What would be the signs to look for to guess when Japan will go belly up
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    in reply to: Thoughts on the Suicide in Greece #2410

    Jack
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    Damon Vrabel has removed some of his videos that were very good.
    Could it be that the bankers see him as a threat

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Suicide in Greece #2409

    Jack
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    Hi People!
    I am not reading all posts in detail and for a moment I thought there was friction and now that there is no friction and everyone is in harmony than we can talk about money and politics.

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Suicide in Greece #2405

    Jack
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    I had watched Damon Vrabel series of videos before but I hadnt seen this with Max Keiser

    https://csper.wordpress.com/

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Suicide in Greece #2403

    Jack
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    Reverse Engineer
    The perspective you have given us on gold and oil is valuable.
    In all forums there are moments of friction between members and most of the time the issue is resolved and I hope Ash and you will put behind any misunderstands.

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Suicide in Greece #2398

    Jack
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    The nature of the kind of posts are diverting from the issue of the subject we are really interested in at this forum, and that is economics and business.

    I am able to read all post in detail.

    When I try to explain to my family members the facts about the banking system and they tell me that is not true it gets frustrating
    So The same might be happening here

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Suicide in Greece #2391

    Jack
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    Golden Oxen
    This discussion can on forever and honestly we cant have a winner and only time will tell.
    Even Economists and experts cant agree on how things will turn out.

    What would be the signs to look for to guess when Japan will go belly up

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Suicide in Greece #2383

    Jack
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    Golden Oxen
    There is a lot of talk of Japan facing some kind of a financial disaster very soon.
    Maybe this year or next year.
    They will start selling the gold on the open market to whoever wants it
    to pay all their bad debt and they will have to buy US dollars to pay that debt

    Whether there is a buyer or not is not relative only that they have to sell the metal

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Suicide in Greece #2381

    Jack
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    Golden Oxen
    I think they are not going to have that choice.
    This point was already discused here
    I am not going to do a very good job at explaining this so maybe Ash can help.

    When there will be a call for the governments to pay their bills
    than they will have to sell their gold

    Japan economy for example is very shaky

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Suicide in Greece #2379

    Jack
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    Golden Oxen
    It is like we are at a horse race.
    People are really divided on these issues.
    When I try to explain how the banking system is structured to my relatives and friends they take a fit and say that cant be right.

    As for gold the reason I think people will go down is for a very simple reason and its that people and organizations have a cash flow problem.
    There is more money going out than coming in.
    They are selling all their gold just to survive

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Suicide in Greece #2377

    Jack
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    Golden Oxen
    I don’t know about that but practically everyone on the internet was saying that gold was going to go higher when it was at its peak.
    I also like their reasoning for the decline.
    Gold is going to go down in my opinion.
    We know that it is because of deleveraging.
    I will not be surprised if it goes to 300.
    Probably not but it is going down that for sure

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Suicide in Greece #2375

    Jack
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    Sometimes people try to put down the TAE team and I don’t like that.
    We are benefiting from TAE
    For example they were able to predict the price of gold.
    It was 1900 and now it is 1632 an ounce.

    in reply to: Thoughts on the Suicide in Greece #2371

    Jack
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    Always have faith in God and don’t kill yourself.

    in reply to: Christchurch, China and Peak Oil #2030

    Jack
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    I was listening to Max Keiser and these are quotes for Chris Cook

    Soaring Oil price & weakening US economy-On the Edge with Max Keiser-03-23-2012

    independant energy analyst
    there is a massive amount of capital in paper oil
    speculators are about to spike this buble
    pricing mechanism is disfuntional
    price manipulated
    managed decline or literally collapse
    before the end of the second quarter of this year

    in reply to: Christchurch, China and Peak Oil #2028

    Jack
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    I was listening to Max Keiser and these are quotes for Chris Cook

    Soaring Oil price & weakening US economy-On the Edge with Max Keiser-03-23-2012

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMNO6LGEBiM&feature=player_embedded

    independant energy analyst
    there is a massive amount of capital in paper oil
    speculators are about to spike this buble
    pricing mechanism is disfuntional
    price manipulated
    managed decline or literally collapse
    before the end of the second quarter of this year

    in reply to: Christchurch, China and Peak Oil #2027

    Jack
    Member

    I was listening to Max Keiser and these are quotes for Chris Cook

    Soaring Oil price & weakening US economy-On the Edge with Max Keiser-03-23-2012
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMNO6LGEBiM&feature=player_embedded
    independant energy analyst
    there is a massive amount of capital in paper oil
    speculators are about to spike this buble
    pricing mechanism is disfuntional
    price manipulated
    managed decline or literally collapse
    before the end of the second quarter of this year

    in reply to: Christchurch, China and Peak Oil #2026

    Jack
    Member

    I was listening to Max Keiser and these are quotes for Chris Cook

    Soaring Oil price & weakening US economy-On the Edge with Max Keiser-03-23-2012
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMNO6LGEBiM&feature=player_embedded
    independant energy analyst
    there is a massive amount of capital in paper oil
    speculators are about to spike this buble
    pricing mechanism is disfuntional
    price manipulated
    managed decline or literally collapse
    before the end of the second quarter of this year

    in reply to: Christchurch, China and Peak Oil #2021

    Jack
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    People in Canada are rushing to buy condominiums in the USA.
    $ 200.000 property selling for $50,000

    in reply to: The Extraenvironmentalist Interviews Nicole Foss #2002

    Jack
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    All of us are thinking about the timing of when the unravelling of the system will happen and especially when it will effect them personally.
    Here in Canada I think that life will be as it is without any banks failing in 2012.
    I am saying this according to all the reading I have been doing here in TAE and a few other places like rt.com
    There is also Japan which is the 2nd biggest economy in the world that is about to go belly up and I am also taking that into account.

    in reply to: The Extraenvironmentalist Interviews Nicole Foss #1993

    Jack
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    When I saw the word environmentalist I assumed it was about nature and I said to myself what can Nicole say that can make a difference without even listening to the interview.
    I have just listened to the beginning part and I find this very helpful.
    Thanks to Nicole.

    in reply to: The Extraenvironmentalist Interviews Nicole Foss #1942

    Jack
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    As a person who has tried to make changes to the environment I can tell you that we are at the mercy of God and I mean Jesus Christ.
    The public loves the environment but they would rather spend their useless time on things like watching nonsense on TV or something like that and than you have the force of money that is working full speed to bring down the efforts of those trying to do something good to the environment.

    in reply to: Prediction is Very Hard, Especially About the Future #1899

    Jack
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    About the Jewish issue
    This has turned into one of the biggest ponzi scams in human history where you have people like madoff and than you have everyone else as victims.
    It is a shame that the name of God is being dragged into this picture

    in reply to: Prediction is Very Hard, Especially About the Future #1874

    Jack
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    Hi Folks!
    The only thing I will say about the bankers is they are using their own people for their own personally gain.
    I have a question and that is why I am writing
    I was watching this
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6pc9TAsEE8&list=UU8eFERtcxPZ-M3Cxkh7zhtQ&index=1&feature=plcp
    damon vickers and company
    This person has a book that’s for sale on Amazon

    The Day After the Dollar Crashes: A Survival Guide for the Rise of the New World Order

    There is a video here about the book
    https://www.amazon.com/Day-After-Dollar-Crashes-Survival/dp/047091033X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1288992124&sr=8-1

    he is predicting what will happen the the US dollar
    Do you think it would be a good idea to buy this.
    Thanks

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