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#1 2016-12-29 13:38:51

leon1998
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GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

short-squeeze in other words.

Target: US$1,050/oz within three months.

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#2 2016-12-29 16:25:29

Mbutler
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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

Nugget_Hunter wrote:

How many threads do you need to open, to say THE SAME THING ??

The more amazing thing is you read all his posts... slow night at work mate ??

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#3 2016-12-29 17:44:46

Mbutler
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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

Nugget_Hunter wrote:

Self-appointed 'Guardian' of Truth, Justice & the Australian way !!   ( lol )

Just give up smile

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#4 2017-01-03 09:47:12

leon1998
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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

All the other metals explode up; even Silver inched up a bit.

But GOLD is unable to advance.

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#5 2017-01-03 16:32:50

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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

GSR rolls over today, with Silver outpacing gold significantly.

IF silver can't break above 17 USD/oz; then it is ALL OVER for gold.

Watch out below.

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#6 2017-01-03 18:46:48

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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

leon1998 wrote:

GSR rolls over today, with Silver outpacing gold significantly.

IF silver can't break above 17 USD/oz; then it is ALL OVER for gold.

Watch out below.

This sound's like a more definite prediction for today. So you are saying that:

* GSR today reflects silver increasing faster than gold

* If silver stops before hitting US$17 then the gold price will collapse

* In which case, " it is ALL OVER for gold", "watch out below", which presumably means a massive price crash with gold in free fall by the end of the day


Let's catch up later today to see what happened.


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#7 2017-01-03 20:46:30

spannermonkey
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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

Blahblah blah blaha blahblaha blahblabla
Dribble dribble
Fart moan


EXIT STAGE LEFT

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#8 2017-01-03 20:47:49

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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

spannermonkey wrote:

Blahblah blah blaha blahblaha blahblabla
Dribble dribble
Fart moan

The forum is turning to garbage.


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#9 2017-01-03 22:23:20

BuggedOut
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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

SpacePete wrote:

The forum is turning to garbage.

Indeed.

As a relative newbie I wonder if it's just that I had rose-colored glasses on the past year or so, or whether there has been a marked deterioration in the quality of posts.  It does seem a lot more adversarial and a lot less substance of late.

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#10 2017-01-03 23:36:45

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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

BuggedOut wrote:
SpacePete wrote:

The forum is turning to garbage.

Indeed.

As a relative newbie I wonder if it's just that I had rose-colored glasses on the past year or so, or whether there has been a marked deterioration in the quality of posts.  It does seem a lot more adversarial and a lot less substance of late.

Of course it is far more adversarial now as the price of metals is stagnating/deteriorating and that was primarily what brought everyone together.
You just have to look at old threads from 2011 and see just how up each other we all were (would have to go to kitco to read me though).
Then you throw in the likes of Israel or Trump and without metals to drool about it is easy to get sucked into confrontational arguments that are not metal related.
I consider myself level headed and even I got the grumps talking about Israel or Trump (cant recall) and posted mmissinglinks name and location like a complete dickhead.
If metals had been up then we would not of been in conversation about S##T.

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#11 2017-01-03 23:37:21

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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

BuggedOut wrote:
SpacePete wrote:

The forum is turning to garbage.

Indeed.

As a relative newbie I wonder if it's just that I had rose-colored glasses on the past year or so, or whether there has been a marked deterioration in the quality of posts.  It does seem a lot more adversarial and a lot less substance of late.

I've been here for a while now and can definitely say this forum is going down the toilet. People like Leon make it a joke, he should be banned for the large amount of repeating garbage posted. It seem admin doesn't care about this forum any more too.

If people want to read and write stupid predictions without any substance or credibility go to martin armstrong site. roll

Last edited by leo25 (2017-01-04 07:01:20)

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#12 2017-01-03 23:41:36

bordsilver
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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

Bring back auspm and Yippe-Ki-Ya!


The only good tax is a repealed tax.

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#13 2017-01-03 23:53:11

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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

bordsilver wrote:

Bring back auspm and Yippe-Ki-Ya!

I agree both of them guys were entertaining to say the least . Their biggest problem & what got them banned was they would lose it completely & start calling people names & throwing insults around . You need some sort of restraint even under duress on a family friendly forum both let it get the better of them .


i used to be disgusted now im just amused

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#14 2017-01-04 00:57:29

GoldenEye
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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

I actually enjoy seeing leon1998's alternative views of the situation, and he seems to be getting it right more often than I am.

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#15 2017-01-04 03:33:10

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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

leo25 wrote:
BuggedOut wrote:
SpacePete wrote:

The forum is turning to garbage.

Indeed.

As a relative newbie I wonder if it's just that I had rose-colored glasses on the past year or so, or whether there has been a marked deterioration in the quality of posts.  It does seem a lot more adversarial and a lot less substance of late.

I've been here for a while now and can definitely say this forum is going down the toilet. People like Leon make it a joke, he should be band for the large amount of repeating garbage posted. It seem admin doesn't care about this forum any more too.

If people want to read and write stupid predictions without any substance or credibility go to martin armstrong site. roll

This is a joke post right? (...he should be banned from posting his opinion because you don't agree with him, ...If it ever got to that then, yes, the forum would be going down the toilet...)

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#16 2017-01-04 04:28:45

willrocks
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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

We should only allow a member's post if it agrees with group consensus. Perhaps we should all vote on it? smile


"You can ignore reality, but you cannot ignore the consequences of ignoring reality." - Ayn Rand

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#17 2017-01-04 04:32:46

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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

willrocks wrote:

We should only allow a member's post if it agrees with group consensus. Perhaps we should all vote on it? smile

And we should not allow criticism of forum dickheads, and instead make sanctimonious posts while cupping our balls.


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#18 2017-01-04 04:32:51

whinfell
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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

I think the vote would have to be unanimous wink

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#19 2017-01-04 04:37:35

SpacePete
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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

GoldenEye wrote:

I actually enjoy seeing leon1998's alternative views of the situation, and he seems to be getting it right more often than I am.

How do you know he is getting it right? You seem to have been tracking the predictions, so how about showing the track record with all hits and misses, and we can then apologise to leon when it is shown how prescient he is?


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#20 2017-01-04 04:41:16

SpacePete
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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

whinfell wrote:

I think the vote would have to be unanimous wink

The vote would have to be weighted by the windbag index I think.


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#21 2017-01-04 06:59:45

leo25
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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

tolly_67 wrote:
leo25 wrote:
BuggedOut wrote:

Indeed.

As a relative newbie I wonder if it's just that I had rose-colored glasses on the past year or so, or whether there has been a marked deterioration in the quality of posts.  It does seem a lot more adversarial and a lot less substance of late.

I've been here for a while now and can definitely say this forum is going down the toilet. People like Leon make it a joke, he should be band for the large amount of repeating garbage posted. It seem admin doesn't care about this forum any more too.

If people want to read and write stupid predictions without any substance or credibility go to martin armstrong site. roll

This is a joke post right? (...he should be banned from posting his opinion because you don't agree with him, ...If it ever got to that then, yes, the forum would be going down the toilet...)

The only joke is your comprehension. I never said he should be banned for having a different opinion, but rather for making 100 different threads all saying the same thing. It's called SPAM, there is no need for it.

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#22 2017-01-04 07:20:32

GoldenEye
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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

SpacePete wrote:
GoldenEye wrote:

I actually enjoy seeing leon1998's alternative views of the situation, and he seems to be getting it right more often than I am.

How do you know he is getting it right? You seem to have been tracking the predictions, so how about showing the track record with all hits and misses, and we can then apologise to leon when it is shown how prescient he is?

I didn't say leon was always right, I'm just saying he's doing it better than me. However, my record is fairly poor, and doesn't seem to be improving with age. sad

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#23 2017-01-04 08:05:14

tolly_67
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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

He doesn't repeat posts, he simply makes a prediction on the future price based on the price relative to the day he made the posts. I thought that was obvious.....with regards to an earlier post, your spelling is worse than my comprehension ie. band instead of banned....but, I will concede, my post could have been better written...I should have written." If you don't like to read what Leon has to post then don't read it rather than read it and criticise him for something he is not actually doing.

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#24 2017-01-09 11:04:13

tolly_67
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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

Big drop tomorrow night or the next night ( I know what you're thinking, if I write 'or the next night..' enough times I will eventually be right but I will give it just 2 nights)..........stay tuned.

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#25 2017-01-09 19:50:43

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Re: GOLD in a dead-cat bounce

tolly_67 wrote:

Big drop tomorrow night or the next night ( I know what you're thinking, if I write 'or the next night..' enough times I will eventually be right but I will give it just 2 nights)..........stay tuned.

I hope so I got some money on it don't let me down. sad

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