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 By bluejay

11/28/2011  11:41PM

Gold - The Final Frontier

This July 13, 2011 article by Martin Armstrong beckons to be reviewed.

http://search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=Agi9_ZC0uXqNpUIZUKoqmCWbvZx4?p=martin+armstrong+ECM&toggle=1&cop=mss&ei=UTF-8&fr=yfp-t-701
 By bluejay

11/24/2011  10:08AM

Gold $1693.60 UP $1.30
Silver $31.87 UP $0.11

The following linked article by Howard Buffett, the father of Warren, clearly makes the case for owning physical gold. The article was written the 6th of May 1948 entitled Human Freedom Rests on Gold Redeeeable Money.

http://www.fame.org/pdf/buffet3.pdf
 By bluejay

11/22/2011  10:32AM

The Bottom Line:

There should not be anyone between you and your liquid assets. The MF Global shock is a perfect example of how fast your assets can be gobbled up and taken away from you. Gerald Celente of Trends Research has, for the moment, lost his entire gold position at the Comex and the money involved goes into the six figures.

Martin Armstrong discusses possible gold confiscation with some other thoughts.

http://www.martinarmstrong.org/files/Will%20Gold%20be%20Confiscated%2011-22-2011.pdf
 By bluejay

11/21/2011  9:30AM

Gold $1687.40 OFF $37.40
Silver $31.21 OFF $ 1.20

The enemy has attacked the support line on gold at $1715.10 and have temporarily won a battle. It looks to me that Momar Kadaif's stolen gold is being sold in here by the folks who always have an interest in beating it down.

It looks like Armstrong was 100% correct when he stated weakness would develop from the highs around Labor Day and possibly continue for a few months, atleast.
 By bluejay

11/18/2011  11:04PM

Gold $1724.80 UP $4.90
Silver $32.41 UP $0.70

Silver's own weakness in the past few days has apparently cast its spell on gold with its lower prices. In order for some price stabilization in both, look for gold to hold above its nearby 50 day average currently residing at about the 1716 area.

The gold stocks are starting to get weak following the breaking below of the slower MACD(12,26,9) Indicator moving average line by the faster one. This indicates that the short term upward momentum has been broken with some gifted time ahead for some to ponder taking new positions or adding to old ones on the usual scale down buy basis. It is expected that the naked shorters again will have no mercy on our markets.
 By bluejay

11/18/2011  11:03PM

Gold $1724.80 UP $4.90
Silver $32.41 UP $0.70

Silver's own weakness in the past few days has apparently cast its spell on gold with its lower prices. In order for some price stabilization in both, look for gold to hold above its nearby 50 day average currently residing at about the 1716 area.

The gold stocks are starting to get weak following the breaking below of the slower MACD(12,26,9) Indicator moving average line by the faster one. This indicates that the short term upward momentum has been broken with some gifted time ahead for some to ponder taking new positions or adding to old ones on the usual scale down buy basis. It is expected that the naked shorters again will have no mercy on our markets.
 By bluejay

11/16/2011  9:57AM

Gold $1169.80 Down $11.30
Silver $33.88 Down $ 0.69

From a recent interview of Martin Armstrong by King World News:

When asked about gold, Armstrong responded, “Basically what you are doing is you are building a sideways type of base. Eventually gold is going to take off to the upside, but largely when people begin to see the Emperor has no clothes and we’re getting close to that. I would only give it a few more months.”
 By bluejay

11/15/2011  8:57AM

Gold $1778.10 OFF $2.20
Silver $34.39 UP $0.15

The metals are basically flat today although technical internals on the both of them are as interesting as always:

Here is a quote from Alf Field:

"Once this correction(on gold) has been completed, Intermediate Wave III of Major THREE will be underway. This should be the largest and strongest wave in the entire gold bull market. The target for this wave should be around $4,500 with only two 13% corrections on the way."

Mr. Field's keynote speech at the Sydney Gold Symposium taking place yesterday and today can be viewed under the title, "The Moses Principle" at http://www.jsmineset.com.

Silver on the other hand is still passing time following its price run-up to near the $50 level earlier in the year. Currently, the shorting factor in this market continues to apply selling pressure using the chart's 50 day moving average line, today at $34.57, as its main staging point. As weakness develops from this area the shorts increase their intensity. It remains to be seen when silver will be finished with its corrective phase. The first step would be to surmount the 50 day moving average and chase away some of the shorts in preparation to attack its 200 day average 36.67.

During this period continuing to acquire small amounts of the silver bullion coins on a weekly basis looks good to me which I am doing.

Just went outside and saw another chemtrail being put into the atmosphere from a passing jet. I was told that Alex Jones has done a story on chemtrails on Prison Planet on the Internet where he discussed the mixing of Barium Salt into the jet fuel and how dangerous it is to our health. Something to check into.
 By bluejay

11/09/2011  9:27PM

Some of Jim Willie's comments from his 10-12-11 article entitled, Euroland and The Gold Recovery:

This article would be remiss not to point out that history is being made. The COMEX has decided to raise margin requirements when a falling price is occurring, for both gold & silver. Normally, the opposite is the case. Notice no USTBond margin hikes, even though an asset bubble. Policy is to tarnish the precious metals as the global monetary system continues to crumble, as the USGovt deficits head toward $2 trillion annually, and the USEconomy enters a recognized recession along with Western Europe, before renewed stimulus is attempted.

With all the destinations staring the bankers and politicians in the face, they wanted the Gold & Silver prices to be pushed down. The next upsurge will be one for the history books. With new money heading to fill holes in the bank bond bailouts, the recapitalization of numerous banks, the economic stimulus, and the government debt monetization (led by the US), the debasement of major currencies will be astounding. The Gold & Silver prices will make strong new highs repeatedly.
 By bluejay

11/09/2011  12:29PM

Gold $1773.20 DOWN $11.90
Silver $34.07 DOWN $ 0.83

It didn't take the paper thrashers long to attack gold in the last two days when our markets closed earlier.

The following link shows what the miscreants do just after the Comex session ends, throw paper (gold?) market orders into an arena where most folks have gone home for the day and trading is thin. Watch what happens when the Asians wake up.

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

It is clear what is currently taking place: with the financial situation in Italy worsening, following on the footsteps of Greece's troubles, our leaders are tarnishing the idea of owning and buying gold and silver by manipulating it lower.

In the current market their chances of temporarily succeeding seem in their favor. Gold is coming down off the round number of 1900 and silver has struggled in the past two days with its 50 day average at 35.05, a favorite spot for sellers to attack the metal when it approaches from below on a rally.
 By bluejay

11/07/2011  12:42PM

"Gold Miners Bump Up Their Dividends" Will the senior gold mining shares be the blue-chips of tomorrow?

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/industry-news/energy-and-resources/gold-miners-bump-up-their-dividends/article2215165/
 By bluejay

11/07/2011  12:08PM

Gold $1793.80 UP $39.80
Silver $34.94 UP $ 0.81

The previous entry seemed to paint gold's picture a little too negative. Mr. Armstrong was just commenting on a subjective technical look, taking into consideration how things could change with following technical chart damage.

Here are some of his recent comments:

Our long-term view in NY GOLD maintains that only a temporary high maybe in place at this time. In the event of new intraday highs developing beyond this year, then the final high could extend into2013 if we see a yearly closing above the 2011 high. On the other hand, continuing to make new highs beyond 2013 would warn of a broader rally extending into as late as 2017. However, if new intraday highs are not sustained next year, then 2011 may produce the temporary high on a closing basis as well as on a cyclical basis with a retest of support into 2012 on a year-end closing below 131050. To remain in a bullish position for 2012, gold needs to close above 143600 at year-end.
 By bluejay

11/06/2011  8:23AM

The broader price picture on gold from Martin Armstrong:

Gold on the Quarterly Level has not broken through the primary channels technically constricted from the Breakout Lines of 1985 and 1999. Our oscillators are showing that we are starting to turn down and the Entropy Model shows that this too is starting to turn down. These indications warn that a retest of support and consolidation may be necessary to rebuild a strong base of support from which to advance further in the years ahead. A Quarterly closing below 148000 will indicate that the trend will turn back down to retest support. A closing below 130900 will not indicate that a bear market could be developing into 2013 or at least a near-term consolidation. The major support begins at 111300 and a quarterly closing beneath this level will signal a sharp decline becomes possible down as far as 850000
 By bluejay

11/03/2011  4:26PM

Greece is a financial time-bomb ticking away. If Greece decides to go it alone and leaves the Euro there will be massive financial consequences around the world for all connected banks and their customers. If they remain with the Euro, it will just take longer.

Will the Fed throw Greece a lifeperserver in preventing a fall-out from rippling over here? Quite possibly but at whose expense? Certainly not any of the big US banks whose crooked accounting ledgers would be laughed at out loudly by anyone who really knew what their condition was in.

People are in the streets today because they have been hosed at the expense of keeping the casino playing banks from going bust. A gigantic mistake made during the days of TARP legislation was not taking the burden off some from the strained mortgage payers in reducing their balances and payments due by 25%. Martin Armstrong has stated that this act would have prevented all the misery that families have suffered and would have stabilzed the housing market some while its downward cycle was generally in force for many years ahead. But for the banks to take a haircut to keep the economy going was too much to ask for.

Fortunately, starting in mid-2012 Martin Armstrong expects home prices to trend higher for the following three years then more of the same later.

By 2015 it would be not a surprise to see gold near or past $5000 an ounce. In ResourceWorld Magazine's current issue Nick Barisheff the president and CEO of Bullion Management Group Inc says that gold is on its way to $10,000.

Buy gold and silver and invest in your future.

http://news.yahoo.com/analysis-leaving-euro-carries-massive-costs-181337877.html
 By REAP

11/03/2011  3:18PM

Bluejay, you’re right that the Judge is to represent the people of the County. Superior Court Justices are elected by the people in a general election, AND the term of Presiding Judge John P. Kennelly expires January 2013. That means that in the Nov 2012 General Election County residents will be voting for a Superior Court Justice.

Plus 1 for grass roots is a possible campaign that can affect the election results.


Is the next phase of the case before a Judge alone, or can a Jury be requested? Plus 2 for grass roots is having a Jury that that clearly understands how the $2 million fine is destroying the opportunities for a large number of residents. The County could lose mining jobs and all the secondary jobs, shop owners, builders, etc that depend on the mining jobs. The even much greater danger for mining in the County is that a finding against the Mine will Embolden the Water Board and other regulators as well as set a precedent for future abusive legal actions against all mining companies, not just the Sixteen. This will Destroy the economy of the County for a long time. I really believe that the future of mining in Sierra County is at stake here. County residents need to know what is going on, how it affects them, and what they can do about it.
 By bluejay

11/03/2011  1:29PM

Gold $1764.10 UP $26.70
Silver $34.51 UP $ 0.24
XAU/Gold Index .1185(50 AVG. .1168)

Aside from Armstrong's cycle projections, the European Central Banks unexpectedly lowered interest rates today thus resulting in demand for gold.

The whole fiat monetary system has begun slowly coming apart at the seams. Few world politicians understand what needs to be done and few, if any, will admit their ignorance. The name of the game for them is to retain their power and status by printing more money and exponentially increasing debt.

We all need to be our own central bankers. Holding physical gold and silver while reducing debt, if possible, will be the order of today for tomorrow's survivors.

Gold has bettered its 50 day moving average line at 1730.75 and needs to stay above it for any sustained upward movement over the near term. The XAU/Gold ratio continues to remain above its 50 day average with the last being above the .1168 level. The possibility improves of the shares being better performers against the metal at current levels.
 By bluejay

11/03/2011  12:41PM

Reap

I think the lynch mob mentality of the State has us where they want us, in court awaiting a judge's decision based on missed reports and their excessive penalty charges. When governments in the past got caught with their legal pants down they blew up buildings and destroyed records.

When the Water Board was proven incompetent by experts provided by the company all hell broke out against the accusers. The Board even lost(destroyed) important documents. The Board even failed to acknowledge that our mill was closed and never issued a reclassification for reduced water testing thus failing to competently represent the people of California and continued their questionable personal stance against the company and especially, its president.

It's now all left in the hands of, hopefully, a judge who represents the people of California not to punish a company and shareholders into liquidation of their prime asset for failing to file some reports.

I understand the subject matters before the court. What does it prove to put a company out of business when they could be made whole and be productive and in the process be an important employer in the County again providing jobs and State revenues?

You would think, aside from abusively regulating us all to death, that State politicians could attempt to be creative in figuring out ways to improve job growth for revenue as opposed to the ATM Debt Machine and the stealing of other peoples properties.

We must never forget that the laws that apply to our case were not voted in by the people, they were created by appointees and were crafted personally in a sense against our company because we had a president who fought for our rights as property owners and our rights to participate in running a business.

We need a Patriot to end this nonsense.
 By REAP

11/02/2011  9:54AM

I don't know if the Mine can get all or part of the $2 million to pay the Water Board fine. From the little information that I have about the case, I think that the State would do whatever it feels it needs to do to force the Mine to get the cash. If the Mine can get this money over a couple of years, I would suggest the following as a powerful first step. On whatever social medium the Mine is a member and in the Mountain Messenger, Sacramento Bee, etc. explain in detail how the Water Board fine came about, what happened in Court and the injustice of the fine. Then make a statement that if the Mine did not have to pay this fine, $2 million would be used to hire miners and pay salaries. So the choice that the VOTING public would have is a) do nothing and see $2 million go to the State, or b) mobilize resistance against the fine and get X number of JOBS. Of course this all depends on the ability of the Mine to get the money. If choice b) is taken, then I don’t think that the Water Board stands a chance to get a single dollar. Choice b) also buys time by delaying the whole process by a year, maybe 2, and it raises public awareness of the situation IN AN ELECTION YEAR. If successful it also sets the stage for bringing together the Mining Community and the State Regulators to negotiate a balanced set of regulations that both protects the environment and encourages mining companies to get back to the business of mining. There is enough money at $1720.90 an ounce to accomplish both these goals.
 By bluejay

11/01/2011  9:56PM

Reap and Rick, lead the way.

Gold $1720.90 UP $2.10
Silver $33.79 OFF $0.16
XAU/Gold Ratio .1158

It is suspected that gold and silver will trend lower over the next weeks ahead.

Gold is experiencing resistance following recent strength as it approached the 50 day average and briefly passed it on the chart at the 1732.64 level. http://www.stockcharts.com ($gold).

Silver is backing down as well from its 50 day moving average at 35.84 while the same average has recently sold beloiw its 200 day line at 36.36 which is threatening its overall short term health.

It is expected that both metals will be inclined to be in the defensive mode as backing and filling continue during this overall resting period down from highs made made months ago.
 By Rick

11/01/2011  5:42PM

Reap! I've been pushing cyber recognition of this egregious situation with scant results....but the Mine is finally offering a Facebook page....but as we know this isn't the end of the potential; hardly even a blip on the radar.

ALL: let's take Reap's advice and do everything we can to energize the movement. Reap will organize us....we will multiply...to expose the crap and shut the a-holes down to a point of our recovery.

We are at the brink.

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