Tuesday, November 03, 2009

New All-Time Highs...

The silent sentinel continues to watch and act accordingly. Longtime readers know I've been on this from around $400. Based on email I get every so often, some savvy readers have been protecting themselves.

Next: the protection window should start to close. Probably a bit at first and in little-noticed ways, then eventually slammed shut (this is not meant as investment advice). Think like an unelected and desperate policymaker confronted by the consequences of things like "too big to fail," and you'll understand why the masses can't be allowed to opt out of the madness.

11 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

of course it would not do to buy such an awful commodity and protect oneself. It provides no paper trail and is in that sense probably already illegal. Obviously it is an awful thing to do!! Protect oneself against the exploitation of one's masters? How terrible.

absolutely anon

11/03/2009 6:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

India news was significant. Watch how other CBs react.

11/04/2009 9:53 AM  
Anonymous kilfarsnar said...

I find it interesting that I have started to hear advice in the MSM that buying gold is not a good investment. That alone tells me it probably is!

11/04/2009 12:53 PM  
Anonymous Goldhorder said...

Hey kilfar.... Glad to see you cathin on. Fed rate 0 to .25....year on year exponentially increasing deficit since 1972. War... War... And more War.... Ummmm... Not really getting anykind of signal that things r going to change here. Unless you can find some good Indian investments. Lol

11/04/2009 6:41 PM  
Anonymous Kilfarsnar said...

Goldhorder,

Yeah, I'm gradually catching on. I didn't pay close attention to politiccs and world events until Dubya became President. That got my attention. The manner in which he got into office started me thinking that something was wrong and some kind of fix was in. Then my research into 9/11 showed me that things are very much not as they seem. That research took me to some other strange places, and I started learning about the Fed and money creation and how the system actually works.

Obama's election was my final test to see if the Democrats would really be better than the Republicans. We see how that has panned out. So now I am just trying to continue my self-education, putting every spare dollar towards debt elimination, and learning Kung-Fu (when you are the weapon it cannot be taken away). I am getting better at reading between the lines. Blogs like this one, and their comments sections, help quite a bit!

11/05/2009 2:10 PM  
Blogger Cheryl said...

We see how that panned out? After 9 months in office?

11/08/2009 5:00 PM  
Anonymous Kilfarsnar said...

Indeed, after 9 months. Obama has refused to address lawbreaking by members of the previous administration. He and his party can't enact their agenda even with control of the executive and both houses of Congress. He has been way too conciliatory towards Wall Street. He and his Justice Dept have been using the same arguments as the previous administration to block lawsuits and revelations about torture and rendition (kidnapping). He pledged to close the Guantanamo Bay prison, but is expanding Bagram in order to continue holding people without charge or trial. He is not extricating us from either war. In short, he is not reversing the worst excesses of the previous administration.

It is not a matter of him not having enough time. It is a matter of him taking deliberate steps in the wrong direction. I understand that he is but one man, and that Congress has a lot to do with all of this. I blame them too. My point is that the power in Washington shifted last November, but a lot of the policies did not. The last election, and its aftermath was a test for me to see if the Democrats would be substantially different from the Republicans. So far, not so much.

11/10/2009 12:58 PM  
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