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May 10, 2011: resumption of the silver trade, and US indices keep marching up the wall of worry

May 10, 2011 Leave a comment

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Now that market manipulation shenanigans in silver have subsided, the longer term fundamentals driving prices upward  have begun reassert themselves,  namely excess printing of money by most major economies,  fear of debt defaultsthe U.S deficit, , the political unrest in the Middle East & North Africa, the depreciation of the dollar, accelerating global inflation, the growth of wealth and investment in gold and silver in Asia

US indices built on yesterday’s tentative positive price action to put in a second day of gains after finding local support

Brits deliver a ritual spanking to Obama

June 11, 2010 2 comments

the real world, where words and deeds have consequences beyond the PR value of soundbites and campaigns, our former allies, the people with whom we once shared a special and enduring relationship are opining on our Prez (kickin’ any ass lately, O?)

Former foreign Secretary with sensible analysis

The US will never take the blame for disasters

and this…

You can’t be surprised at President Obama’s poisonous attitude towards ‘British Petroleum,’ not if you keep up with this blog.  As I wrote last March: ‘Obama is the first US president who was raised without cultural or emotional or intellectual ties to either Britain or Europe. The British and the Europeans have been so enchanted with “America’s first black president” that they haven’t been able to see what he really is: “America’s first Third World President.”‘

‘Here is what is happening, though the British Government seems oblivious of it. The Obama administration is ready to dump the Old World in pursuit of the One World. Britain is being dumped. The special relationship, whatever is left of it, is over.

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