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KDave

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    KDave got a reaction from SergioSena in The coming Gold crash   
    The falling asparagus indicates a coming severe downside movement, expect between $750 and $400 USD as per the two vertical spread asparagus.
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    KDave got a reaction from Liam84 in GSR   
    True that gold is the better metal for bulk, but the two metals are different investments in my view, gold is money, silver is for speculation, either in expected faux monetary aspect or the industrial case. 
    I would rather gold for the purpose of saving to compete with inflation and to preserve wealth over a long time frame, but silver is perhaps the better bet from here for relative returns.
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    KDave got a reaction from augur in Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) information; no need to be panicked by the virus ‚Äď but be by your police state!   
    This is a fair look into the background of who Bill Gates is and who he is linked to. It gets interesting around the 14 minute mark, before that is mostly about Microsoft but it is important as it demonstrates his character in his youth (the opposite of charitable) and how his family were involved in guiding his career and helping him attain power. He has far too many historical and coincidental links to population control and Eugenics to rule it out as a motivation for his interest in vaccines and healthcare. Way too many coincidences. His links to Jeffery Epstein were not a surprise. 
    The lock down has killed more people than it saved because it was never about saving people, it has always been about control. The next part is getting people to line up for a needle full of god knows what in the arm.
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    KDave got a reaction from jultorsk in The coming Gold crash   
    No system is perfect not even asparagus.
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    KDave got a reaction from NomadStacker in The coming Gold crash   
    No system is perfect not even asparagus.
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    KDave got a reaction from Roy in The coming Gold crash   
    No system is perfect not even asparagus.
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    KDave got a reaction from HerefordBullyun in The coming Gold crash   
    No system is perfect not even asparagus.
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    KDave got a reaction from Xander in The coming Gold crash   
    No system is perfect not even asparagus.
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    KDave reacted to Prophecy in The coming Gold crash   
    I think the jury is still out on the last asparagus...

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    KDave reacted to SVcollector in Gold coins for sale   
    Hello everyone
    i hope you have a wonderful day
     
    i have some gold coins for sale
     
    -2020 double sovereign BU X3  720£ each
    -2006 Buffalo 1 ounce sealed BU 1500£ each X2
    -50 pesos 1947 gold mexico ūüá≤ūüáĹ ¬†1800¬£ Sold
     
    -1989 5 pound proof tudor rose with original capsule of royal mint (69minimum grade) 2750£
     
    - 20$ 1901 AUNC Morgan 1370£
    -20$ 1913 AUNC Liberty 1370£
    -20$ 1898 Morgan ex mounted 1340£
     
    payment via bank transfer and shipping via fedex 28£

    i can accept also euros
    if you have any question please let me know
    Thanks
    chris
     


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    KDave got a reaction from jultorsk in The coming Gold crash   
    The falling asparagus indicates a coming severe downside movement, expect between $750 and $400 USD as per the two vertical spread asparagus.
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    KDave reacted to Bumble in 2020 In Gold We Trust Report   
    For anyone interested, the 2020 In Gold We Trust Report has just been published.  https://ingoldwetrust.report/download/6917/?lang=en
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    KDave got a reaction from silenceissilver in Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) information; no need to be panicked by the virus ‚Äď but be by your police state!   
    This is a fair look into the background of who Bill Gates is and who he is linked to. It gets interesting around the 14 minute mark, before that is mostly about Microsoft but it is important as it demonstrates his character in his youth (the opposite of charitable) and how his family were involved in guiding his career and helping him attain power. He has far too many historical and coincidental links to population control and Eugenics to rule it out as a motivation for his interest in vaccines and healthcare. Way too many coincidences. His links to Jeffery Epstein were not a surprise. 
    The lock down has killed more people than it saved because it was never about saving people, it has always been about control. The next part is getting people to line up for a needle full of god knows what in the arm.
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    KDave reacted to sixgun in The coming Gold crash   
    You are viewing the asparagus candle stick chart upside down. When viewed correctly, after a period of consolidation it is upside movement over the rest of the year between $1750 and $2400 USD. 
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    KDave reacted to sixgun in The coming Gold crash   
    With Elliot wave i have seen it counted one way and then counted another way.
    Price going down to $750...........
    But Sir the price is still going up...........
    Wait a minute, let me count again..............
    Price going up to $2200.
    The only issue is if the USD appreciates a lot. There is a shortage of dollars out there to pay down USD denominated debts. It could mean the price of the USD will appreciate. The thing is most of us here are buying gold in GBP.  The price of gold might be $750 USD but at the same time it could be £1500 GBP as other fiat depreciates against the strengthening dollar. Are members going to take the chance the USD will strongly appreciate and sell all your gold for USD and hold these on that chance?
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    KDave reacted to MancunianStacker in The coming Gold crash   
    If it does I’ll still be stacking it. Money supply still exceeding mining capacity.
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    KDave reacted to mr-dead in GSR   
    A new facebook post by chards :
    "This is what 35,000 silver Britannias looks like. That's 70 monster boxes containing almost 1.09 tonnes of the precious metal.
    We're working hard on getting these sent out on a first come, first served basis. If you've ordered we will be in contact very soon."
    GSR alternative = 11kg of gold, which shows the value density comparison and I know which is more wife friendly lol

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    KDave reacted to Midasfrog in GSR   
    This shows a good example where silver has the edge over buying gold . For anyone building a house extension or even a new build project these heavy black boxes can be used to fabricate internal and external walls. They are great for hanging radiators on , nice strong fixing points. They will also maintain their value and be useful when times are hard .
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    KDave reacted to vand in FTSE big crash   
    You competition is not me.
    Your competition is  BridgeWater. Your competition is the Quants and the HFT algos.
    You competition is  Soros, Drunkenmiller and the Medallion Fund.
     
    Against such adversaries, what weapons do you have to try to take their money? A few charts, some gut feeling and a wonderful sense of naivety coupled with a bad haircut? You gotta be asking yourself one question: do ya feel lucky, punk.. well.. DO YA?
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    KDave reacted to Madstacks in Silver Jewellery   
    Postage is on top of prices at choice/risk (only SD is covered) (any boxes are for display)
    Silver lizard ring with Cz stones, Size S - £18

    Fire CZ solitaire ring size M1/2  - Hallmarked, missing claw but stone secure - £8
    CZ three stone ring, Size M - £10

    Natural Citrine earrings - 12

    18.5" chain 17 grams, - £20

    26 gram figaro chain - £30

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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    KDave got a reaction from Goldhooked in Is the UK housing bubble about to Burst?   
    Why not just kidnap your LL wife and kids, take his car and ask for £100,000? If you are going to hold someones stuff to ransom go big or go home I say. 
    The absolute state of the UK, that ransoming your rental can be considered a negotiating opportunity. Countries that are successful and prosper have strong property rights, that means the state backs up those who have rightful ownership against those who don't. People smashing up a property on the way out should be jailed, but I am not surprised its not done. The police ignore child rapist gangs up and down the country so why would they persecute someone who smashes up a house. 
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    KDave reacted to Abyss in FTSE big crash   
    Falls in the stock markets around the world were interrupted with congress approving 3 trillion dollar bailout followed by other central banks doing their own version of digital money printing. Look at the patterns formed the base of various stock market indexes around the world in the 2009 crisis it took six months and either cup formation of reverse head and shoulders. The FTSE hitting 4800 for three days does not constitute valid bottom to the market. Will FTSE hit 3300 maybe, maybe not but need a confluence of data and price action to confirm we have hit the bottom or are very close to hitting the bottom. On 15th January I converted all holding in the NIFTY 50 to Money Market funds paying 5.5% yield. I have missed 20% rally from the bottom NIFTY 50 but I did not want to catch a falling knife.
    Prior to the virus you see channels forming in various stock markets that signified a bull market that spanned significant amount of time and all of these long term channels for the bull market are now all technically broken. Still we have ahead of us end of Q2/3/4 for earning, unemployment figures, potential further lock downs. On the surface it looks like central banks papering over the issues but I would rather take wait and see approach. What is the prudent saying when there are big moves in stock market it is time to preserve your money. Stock markets climb slowly but fall in record time. We had the biggest falls in the stock markets in shortest time frame in history. You should only accumulate assets on a consistent basis when the market you are accumulating those assets in is in a technical bull market.
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    KDave reacted to Martlet in ¬£3000 in stock market?   
    Dont remember if anyone backed Carnival or not, they are about to be dropped from the FTSE100.  This means they'll be sold by trackers so likely dip further, though this is possibly the bottom for them.  I saw some positive earnings from HP so the market recovery might not be pure hubris.
    This is also an chance to highlight the core benefit of backing the market through the top market cap indexes.  They lose falling companies and introduce new successful ones, so keep inline or ahead of the wider economy over time. 
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    KDave reacted to Martlet in Is the UK housing bubble about to Burst?   
    These delinquent views are inconsistent with those that want to preserve assets and wealth, why are you here?
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    KDave reacted to HerefordBullyun in Best financial documentaries   
    Hi all thought I would share this list of the best financial related documentaries Ive watched. I am listing them in my favourite order. If I can provide links I will.
    1. The four horsemen (link to watch)
    Great documentary and sums up (link in name) i actually believe that children should be taught this in thier late teen's. Gives an overview how the world is today and correlation with war, ecomony, business and how the 1% work. If youv'e never watched this - you should and make your family watch it. But points to why you strongly why you should hold PM's.
    2. The Century of Self  (link to watch) - Adam Curtis
    Shows how the theory of how freuds nephew applied psychological techniques to sell to the masses, and these techniques still work till this day. Intriging and well researched. How freuds nephew become a very rich man. Curtis Is great documentary writer.  Hypernormilisation and Bitter Lake are well worth a watch. The latter explains about how the birth of the mess in the middle east foreign policy and the mess we are in now.
    3.  Inside Job - Rotten tomatoes review -98% but you can get on various platforms
    An indepth analysis of 2008 financial crash. The global financial meltdown, at a cost of over $20 trillion, resulted in millions of people losing their homes and jobs. Through extensive research and interviews with major financial insiders, politicians and journalists
    4. The Big Short - on Netflix and Prime
    How Deutchse bank got shafted by Goldmans in a nutshell.
    5.  Overdose - the next financial crisis(link to watch)
    Explains about how the bankers can continue to kick the can down the road by increasing debt.
    6. Money for nothing - inside the federal reserve  Imdb review but you can get it various platforms
    Shows all members of the fed in all thier glory - NOT  Espically Alan Greenwankspangle
    7. 97% owned(link to watch)
    Really good UK docu. 97% Owned is a new documentary that reveals how the creation of credit and the mystery that surrounds it, is at the root of our current social and economic crisis. Referring to the 97% of the world’s money supply that is represented by credit this thought provoking film presents serious research and verifiable evidence on our economic and financial system and is the first documentary to tackle this issue from a UK-perspective.
    Have you guys any recommendations?
     
     
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