'Well Beaver, unlike today's kids, Mrs. Landers was still able to teach HISTORY when I was in school.'
'Well Walley. Why does that one guy always put stuff in his titles that is upsetting to other people.'
'Well Beaver, he does that so less people come to the board. After all Beaver,that's one way to detour others that come here to stay around or even visit. Many see stuff like that and simply don't care to associate credibleness with so called knowledge. Makes a person look bad that calls them self a professional at the same time.'
I agree with all that is summed up today Frank Q. as to your answer. I have discussed much of the very same things laid out as in this latest release and have nothing that is changing my mind as it is playing as I have been seeing it and calling it.
Don't know if you are in to the world currency exchange market but some dandy food for thought in this release is,
Quote: Dennis Gartman, an economist and the editor of the Suffolk, Virginia-based Gartman Letter, recommends holding gold in non- U.S. currencies.
“In doing so, we are hedged against disaster and further diminution of fiat currencies,” Gartman said in his report.
as I have been speaking heavy on the 3 strikes.
Quote: Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said yesterday that the surge in oil and other commodity prices probably won’t cause a permanent increase in broader inflation. He repeated that U.S. borrowing costs are likely to stay low.
which is no more than cover for the inevitable when ben buys back weeks from now.