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Old 03-24-2020, 08:07 PM   #121
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WPM is one of my dividend stocks I didn't sell even given how stupid it got. I added more when it dropped. It's rather eye opening to see such value being treated like common whores. Scary...herd mentality. It drives the sane man crazy.
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Old 03-24-2020, 10:14 PM   #122
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My oldest son is getting some 5 piglets and a big sow that will be pregnant next month,a few steers and some more hens to add to mine.
Sounds crazy but Im kicking in for the stock and getting more fencing.Nothing else I will be doing Cuban style pig roasts and have a bigger deep freeze full of meat.Doing a 1 acre garden also.Going to need a lot of hot wire to keep the deer out.
Probably taking the bee hives to his place too.After this crap I would rather process and grow my own food so I don't have to deal with city issues.
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Old 03-24-2020, 10:41 PM   #123
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My oldest son is getting some 5 piglets and a big sow that will be pregnant next month,a few steers and some more hens to add to mine.
Sounds crazy but Im kicking in for the stock and getting more fencing.Nothing else I will be doing Cuban style pig roasts and have a bigger deep freeze full of meat.Doing a 1 acre garden also.Going to need a lot of hot wire to keep the deer out.
Probably taking the bee hives to his place too.After this crap I would rather process and grow my own food so I don't have to deal with city issues.
You may be the smartest one on here, Obli.
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Old 03-25-2020, 08:01 AM   #124
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The banks have sold or leased out the gold of their customers. The cannot deliver a single ounce without buying and that would send the price of gold trough the roof. So their solution: forced sales of customers gold! What a scam.
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Old 03-25-2020, 12:05 PM   #125
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Damm Marcus. Your almost back to $8.00 on JNUG. You got me interested in JNUG now and I did some reading all last night on it and pulled the trigger with some shares at $5.60 this morning. JNUG is not something for the faint of heart. Im just playing with 200 share to practice with on this thing. Seeing how fast it moves and that that they change their leveraging everyday its much to technical for me to risk a lot on money but maybe it will make me a better trader to dabble in day trading.
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Old 03-25-2020, 12:26 PM   #126
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Damm Marcus. Your almost back to $8.00 on JNUG. You got me interested in JNUG now and I did some reading all last night on it and pulled the trigger with some shares at $5.60 this morning. JNUG is not something for the faint of heart. Im just playing with 200 share to practice with on this thing. Seeing how fast it moves and that that they change their leveraging everyday its much to technical for me to risk a lot on money but maybe it will make me a better trader to dabble in day trading.
Lol...I was just about to post about this. YEP, looks like we're good for now. I'd put in a pre-market order at $5.20, was watching and it never filled....so I thought it wasn't working and cancelled it, discovered later in the day that it filled. I ended up getting in below $5.50. Cost basis is now in between with double the shares (over 2k). I intended to tip toe back into the water...can't say I'm upset at the moment though. I was also kind of feeling 'the fear of missing out' when I seen it down in the high 3's that morning. I gathered up all the emotional security I could muster to not buy at that time. I wanted confirmation first before committing.
I've been watching it all morning. The strength was looking sketchy for a while, relative to price movement, but then the sellers ran out of steam and it's now moving higher. Good luck to ya. Enjoy the ride . I intend to buy more on some dips that I see support at. Just don't ask me when to sell. I apparently still SUCK at that...even though I'm educated on technical analysis...read 3 books after losing my ass in 2008. This was a coordinated take down, IMO. It happened just after a congressional meeting on the virus and such. Lots of Senators sold all their stocks after this meeting...f'in crooks running a cartel.
Oh yea, don't use anything but Vegas money on this stuff.
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Old 03-25-2020, 05:31 PM   #127
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This is damn shame, all the while TSLA is still WAY overvalued. Good luck.

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Old 03-26-2020, 09:51 AM   #128
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LOL,Probably not.I would be living Jimmy Buffets and Ted Nugents life if I was really smart
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This is damn shame, all the while TSLA is still WAY overvalued. Good luck.

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I don't know they just went up again.Coulda,shoulda,woulda!
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Old 03-26-2020, 03:19 PM   #131
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Bought several 100 more of JNUG at near today's low today. I seen a lot of traders taking some profits near the end of the day. More importantly, I seen a lot of buyers willing to carry that water. So much that I felt it would gap up tomorrow again. I'm still hangin' tough for now.
I've secured an initial good position and am out of the danger zone. I'll be adding more on worn out pull backs.
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Bought several 100 more of JNUG at near today's low today. I seen a lot of traders taking some profits near the end of the day. More importantly, I seen a lot of buyers willing to carry that water. So much that I felt it would gap up tomorrow again. I'm still hangin' tough for now.
I've secured an initial good position and am out of the danger zone. I'll be adding more on worn out pull backs.
Geesh, this is starting to hurt my neck from all the whipsawing. I sold before losing and repositioned myself lower.
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Old 03-27-2020, 12:22 PM   #133
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I can tell you this.....you can't find physical silver from any big house out there.
Every supplier has either shut off their website or you're paying $6-$8 premiums over spot.

I turned down an offer to sell silver eagles $4 over spot because I can't replace it with ANYTHING at a lower premium.
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Bought several 100 more of JNUG at near today's low today. I seen a lot of traders taking some profits near the end of the day. More importantly, I seen a lot of buyers willing to carry that water. So much that I felt it would gap up tomorrow again. I'm still hangin' tough for now.
I've secured an initial good position and am out of the danger zone. I'll be adding more on worn out pull backs.
Back around $4.50/share right now... absolute steal.
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I can tell you this.....you can't find physical silver from any big house out there.
Every supplier has either shut off their website or you're paying $6-$8 premiums over spot.

I turned down an offer to sell silver eagles $4 over spot because I can't replace it with ANYTHING at a lower premium.
Possible to buy futures and take delivery? If nothing else, it could be the most satisfying means of undermining the paper metals market.

Never tried it, but.......

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