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#41 Snippit

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Posted 15 December 2020 - 05:08 PM

From a global panic, ...gold is stil the route, vaccine calms will be short lived, we would still expect a bumpy ride.
Important is to know what a gold low would look like.....this level seems to be the new low and support levels may hold....snippit pls advise your technicals if correlates...even with calmness and economic prosperity,...mining houses have hedged forward contracts so expect two years of dividends as well....especially where debt ratios are lowish and within suitable levels.....would look to buy some of these that have recently tracked back to march levels ..think harmony is a good share, and seperately sibanye...what proportion should minerals be for a balanced medium risk portfolio???

 

The H1N1 “pandemic” of 2009 was a bit of a flop as far as actual pandemics go. But a lot was learned about how to make the most of a virus once you have got it going viral. Sweden did not join in with the seemingly insane but this did not make them as slim as the Bill Gates flock.

The agenda includes for a second wave which was injected by the writers of the main stream narrative at the coordinated outset. Did you see the Bill Gates video interview where he stated that the virus will mutate and the second version will be far more serious than the first? He then grinned at his wife and she grinned back. Spine chilling stuff.

Bojo has announced that Bill is his project manager for the deployment of vaccines throughout the UK. He has no medical qualification but is very experienced with large amounts of moolah. Within days of this jaw dropper there is scare in southwest England about a Covid mutation that is suspected of causing a far more virulent outbreak.

So yes, things can easily get far worse than we can ever imagine and with no proof of anything needed, and there are plenty of ‘volunteer’ seed planters to be found.

So if this is the kind of stuff that makes markets swell and swoon then civil war will have to take a back seat.

My technical takes remains with the basing of the turn into Primary wave 5 underway. Goldfields hourly chart has a symmetrical triangle within minor wave 2 that is attempting a north bound breakout. Looks promising.

 

Any ideas on tje gold run, are we expecting a 1900 , and would we see gold shares start to reclaim some lost ground, drd making good moves..harmony or harmoney....far from its highs of r120.......

 

Primary [3] was larger than [1] which means that [5] can be larger than [3]. I put a chart somewhere that sees $ 2700, but that can be a pause. 


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Posted 15 December 2020 - 04:46 PM

Any ideas on tje gold run, are we expecting a 1900 , and would we see gold shares start to reclaim some lost ground, drd making good moves..harmony or harmoney....far from its highs of r120.......
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Posted 14 December 2020 - 04:28 PM

From a global panic, ...gold is stil the route, vaccine calms will be short lived, we would still expect a bumpy ride.
Important is to know what a gold low would look like.....this level seems to be the new low and support levels may hold....snippit pls advise your technicals if correlates...even with calmness and economic prosperity,...mining houses have hedged forward contracts so expect two years of dividends as well....especially where debt ratios are lowish and within suitable levels.....would look to buy some of these that have recently tracked back to march levels ..think harmony is a good share, and seperately sibanye...what proportion should minerals be for a balanced medium risk portfolio???
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Posted 11 December 2020 - 07:51 PM

Watching human and infection trends...south africa is going through a second wave, we at rand stregnth and gold seems to have found a base.
Europe and usa have their worst winter spell in january traditionally and we building up to chaos. The vaccines great but xonfidence waining on speed and effectiveness ...think this is a good base to get into gold and gold shares and rand hedge....harmony looking attractive...

 

So I ask myself what is the up front issue in the real world that I have? It steps up and blocks my view to all but the ongoing emergence and piece-meal revelation of the now insurmountable globalists agenda. Over the decades it has surruptitiosly harnessed most of the elite and leading power players into its asset base and is clearly seeking to relegate all actual or potential oppositiion into nowhere land. Accordingly the manufactured edge of US civil war stares at us while we fuss over the manufactured distractions. Having brought the situation to the brink why would there be any holding back now? So what happens to the markets when the inevitable is unleashed? 


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Posted 11 December 2020 - 11:53 AM

Watching human and infection trends...south africa is going through a second wave, we at rand stregnth and gold seems to have found a base.
Europe and usa have their worst winter spell in january traditionally and we building up to chaos. The vaccines great but xonfidence waining on speed and effectiveness ...think this is a good base to get into gold and gold shares and rand hedge....harmony looking attractive...
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Posted 11 December 2020 - 08:04 AM

Gold v DXY

 

https://ibb.co/nCx5ktx

 

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Posted 10 December 2020 - 04:16 PM

Gold heading back down ? 

 

When starting out to understand the Elliott wave theory you will be presented with the basic concept of 5 waves up (1 to 5) followed by 3 down (A to C). 

Then you have the concept of waves within waves and the order of things.

Thats all you need to read the chart and see that this is being presented as a change of trend from bearish to bullish.


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Posted 10 December 2020 - 11:49 AM

Gold (spot) XAU/USD

 

https://el834862649....spot-xau-usd-2/

 

 

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Gold heading back down ? 


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Posted 10 December 2020 - 10:46 AM

Gold (spot) XAU/USD

 

https://el834862649....spot-xau-usd-2/

 

 

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Posted 01 December 2020 - 10:39 AM

New Gold ETF

 

 

https://el834862649....w-gold-etf-gld/

 

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Posted 29 November 2020 - 12:16 PM

Gold (spot) XAU/USD

 

Since the release of Gold from the fix against the dollar in 1971, the chart has traversed four cycles and has been negotiating the fifth cycle since 2016. Each..

 

https://el834862649....d-spot-xau-usd/

 

 

 

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Posted 24 November 2020 - 05:38 PM

Do we expect gold shares to track to a new lower base as we have seen over the past ten years or so....eg...could harmony return to r30 to r40 as profit taking and nerves grabs the market....have seem gold move either dorection over the years....any reason this could be dofferent this time round.....

 

I see not much chance of gold ever going much lower. The market is being juiced by the Fed. Now Yellen gets the nomination which means it will be even juicier. The US dollar is heading for lower and lower and lower. The future for gold is Primary wave [5]. See the chart below from 17th Nov, where bottom right gives target for Primary wave [4]. Although most if not all of the action is in the rear view mirror.  

I will assume that you have no idea about Elliott wave theory. You can educate yourself here: 

https://elliottwave-...tt-wave-theory/

The globalist agenda is kicking into higher gear. Markets transfer wealth from weak to strong. Economies are being systematically trashed in order to centralise control into corporates. They own the media and can take the minds of the masses anywhere they want. And that is exactly what is happening. Many big things shredding democracy forever backstage. But that's just another issue that requires some desire for awareness.


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Posted 24 November 2020 - 01:39 PM

Do we expect gold shares to track to a new lower base as we have seen over the past ten years or so....eg...could harmony return to r30 to r40 as profit taking and nerves grabs the market....have seem gold move either dorection over the years....any reason this could be dofferent this time round.....
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Posted 19 November 2020 - 10:13 AM

The end of Primary wave [4] nears..   JSE, Gold Miners Index, J150

 

 

https://el834862649....ers-index-j150/

 

 

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  AngloGold Ashanti Ltd. (New York)

 

 

https://el834862649....i-ltd-new-york/

 

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Posted 17 November 2020 - 04:12 PM

Already happening.. 

 

 

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Posted 13 November 2020 - 07:30 AM

Goldfields ADR

 

https://el834862649....s-gfi-new-york/

 

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Posted 11 November 2020 - 09:16 AM

What do you make of this message that I received?

"The pandemic lockdown has driven many new players into the online share trading arena. A new round of the con game has commenced. You will see new posters arriving on Sharechat in groups that also set up new threads and respond to each other with effortless drivel so as to increase the number of posts displayed against the fake character name and make them look like old hands. It is all done so as to dupe you. These fake characters have been created so as to form the bulk of the apparent users. They operate as actors on a stage that is directed for the purpose of duping you. Elaborate and seemingly insane, yes. What is worth so much mundane effort? Your money is worth it and they intend to take it from you. All of it and more. You are going to help them rob you because you are their mark and they are confidence tricksters. They depend on your total belief in them. Once they know that you want to believe them then you are done for."

 

Be very careful to throw around baseless accusations. Maybe instead you can help me understand how these "actors" end up taking your money? 


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Posted 10 November 2020 - 02:44 PM

Say what now?

 

What do you make of this message that I received?

"The pandemic lockdown has driven many new players into the online share trading arena. A new round of the con game has commenced. You will see new posters arriving on Sharechat in groups that also set up new threads and respond to each other with effortless drivel so as to increase the number of posts displayed against the fake character name and make them look like old hands. It is all done so as to dupe you. These fake characters have been created so as to form the bulk of the apparent users. They operate as actors on a stage that is directed for the purpose of duping you. Elaborate and seemingly insane, yes. What is worth so much mundane effort? Your money is worth it and they intend to take it from you. All of it and more. You are going to help them rob you because you are their mark and they are confidence tricksters. They depend on your total belief in them. Once they know that you want to believe them then you are done for."


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Posted 10 November 2020 - 08:30 AM

Oh yes!

 

Try as they will the unwanted one still persists!

 

I do not appreciate your total lack of acknowledgement of my input. 

 

Never have and never will.

 

That goes for all of your ilk with unending and mutual disrespect.

 

Say what now?


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Posted 09 November 2020 - 06:39 PM

What a brutal end to what was a pretty good run for the gold miners. GFI has plummeted over the last two hours, wiping out all the gains from the last few days. 

 

I had just reached breakeven on GFI this morning and was hoping the gold price run would last another day or two...but something just had to come pull the rug out from under me.

 

The market is a cruel mistress.

 

Oh yes!

 

Try as they will the unwanted one still persists!

 

I do not appreciate your total lack of acknowledgement of my input. 

 

Never have and never will.

 

That goes for all of your ilk with unending and mutual disrespect.


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  3. Vultures circle hereabouts. Give them control and say goodbye to your money. 
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