• @silver-nurse You can change the word imminent to inevitable if you want to because you are free to do so.  But, your news letter would probably bite the dust.  Dr Willie uses the word imminent because it is sensational to do so, while at the same time he does not mean what the average reader thinks he means when he uses this word.  Willie is sh…[Read more]

    • Pollo…

       

      “Willie knows that the dollar isn’t going to die this year.”

       

      No, he really does not KNOW that and neither does anyone else.  The future is not only unknown but UNKNOWABLE.  Only God knows the future and my experience suggests very strongly that HE DOES NOT SHARE info of that kind.  It would violate his Prime Directive of Fr…[Read more]

  • The Jackass says that the dollar is undergoing imminent “Death watch”.   What does this mean?  I don’t know.  Having read Jackass rants for so long I do believe he means that this will be a slow, painful unraveling of events that happen over the course of a few years or more.  To the Jackass, a few years means imminent.  Gold will rise to 10 thou…[Read more]

    • i’m amazed how people ask for specific dates or time frames, yet when people give it they are lambasted for getting it wrong!!!

      all these predictions that have been made i do not interpret them as being wrong, even though they may not have eventuated. YET. in a manipulated market the manipulators can hear your prediction or chart readings, and…[Read more]

  • The Jackass says that the dollar is undergoing imminent “Death watch”.   What does this mean?  I don’t know.  Having read Jackass rants for so long I do believe he means that this will be a slow, painful unraveling of events that happen over the course of a few years or more.  To the Jackass, a few years means imminent.  Gold will rise to 10 thou…[Read more]

  • Jim Willie is purposely vague.  He wants you to think he has real information to share but when it comes right down to it he really has nothing more than an interesting imagination.  And, an entertaining way of telling you things that you really already know.  Or, he retells story’s he has already told many times.  I always fantasize that maybe Jim…[Read more]

    • Wow!  I’ve only commented a few times because there really isn’t much to comment about….but this reply about JW is spot on.  Who would actually subscribe to this drivel that he puts out?  Any half-intelligent person can figure out that he actually never really says anything that we don’t already know.

    • i repeat myself all the time too because there are a lot of people out there who’s brains are not as developed or has brain damage which causes them to have lower IQ’s and not remember things. so we have to pound that shiat into there brains until they finally figure out wtf and remember……. we cannot just assume that everyone is as intelligent…[Read more]

    • i repeat myself all the time too because there are a lot of people out there who’s brains are not as developed or has brain damage which causes them to have lower IQ’s and not remember things. so we have to pound that shiat into there brains until they finally figure out wtf and remember……. we cannot assume that everyone is as intelligent as ourselves.

    • @UD

      Thanks, good to know (though suspected)… although if you read between the lines there are lots of gems in Jim’s public rants… even the over the top stuff he does is a clever way of exposing some really explosive stuff while leaving the listener wondering if he’s just playin’ with their heads… lol!

      Wish I could subscribe but it…[Read more]

  • Don’t forget Mr Morgans call in late 2011 when he said silver would reach the 60’s.  Then he said later that silver was a great buy if it only dipped lower than 30.  Load the boat.  That was a disaster.  Now Mr Morgan says we are going to have a market accident this Sept coming.  He has joined the bandwagon with that call but insists it has nothi…[Read more]

  • Don’t for Mr Morgans call in late 2011 when he said silver would reach the 60’s.  Then he said later that silver was a great buy if it only dipped lower than 30.  Load the boat.  That was a disaster.  Now Mr Morgan says we are going to have a market accident this Sept coming.  He has joined the bandwagon with that call but insists it has nothing to…[Read more]

  • So, a three day tear is defined as a “Rip” on this little article.  I am used to silver being monkey hammered or having a “waterfall decline” which is basically any little downside move.  A rip or a tear is just a little meaningless upside movement in the scheme of things.  What is a collapse?  Oh, thats when you check back on the price back in May…[Read more]

  • Well, no matter what happens to silver, according to the definitions given on SD, it will either surge or go parabolic, or it will have a waterfall crash.  It only needs to go up a few cents for it to be considered a surge.  If it goes down 50 cents thats a crash.  So, I think there’s a good chance that silver could have another waterfall crash or …[Read more]

    • You should IF you have the oz’s though with that attitude you probably won’t feel better till you sell all your PM’s. That should do it for you and those that are….feeling emotional like you. If you can’t stand the heat get out of the proverbial kitchen.

      On second thought, here’s a link for you to help you understand what you now don’t…[Read more]

    • @pollokeeper

      IMO a lot of people make the mistake of not checking the source of the news/article. you mentioned above about an article predicting gold would double by 2030. yeah, i read that one too. but i also saw the article was on one of the MSM websites – as soon as i see that i put my guard up double strength and always remember who is…[Read more]

  • The articles also predicts that gold will surge to 2000 dollars by 2025.  If gold rises(surges) at the rate of 5% compounded annually until 2030 it will surge to 2400 dollars or there abouts.  This is a surge?  Does surge mean anything close to parabolic?  Well, here on this site, if gold moves down 10 dollars in a day that is a waterfall decline? …[Read more]

    • If you were around for the days of Operation Freedom and the doin’s in i/wreck///

      we learned that “surge means to retreat from an untenable position… via using one’s militarized media to create a barrage of noise that scares the enemy… and the readers… into submission.

      BIG GOLD must be in a good mood today… they’re clearly lettin out…[Read more]

  • I did listen the video.  Well, almost all of it.  I just couldn’t make it thru the whole thing.  He just doesn’t have any credibility in my mind.  I gave him a chance in 2014.  He was just so, wrong.  He has gotten himself into the same mess as Lindsay Williams.  Remember Lindsay Williams currency reset call last year that didn’t happen?  Well, Lin…[Read more]

    • Good comparison. At least BoPo is more or less listenable, and never insists that you grab a pencil and paper “because you’re really gonna want to write this down….”

  • @AGXIIK I live way out in the country side.  Far away from the city.  Five hour bus ride from the city.  There isn’t a lot to do where I live.  But, I keep my life simple.  You would be welcome to visit.

    @PanamaGuy You make some good points.  However, most of the folks who frequent this site are just trying to figure out a way to survive an econ…[Read more]

    • @pollokeeper,

      First of all I respect you and your opinion but do have a different viewpoint in some ways. You owe no one an explanation for your reason to live in Panama but do understand that if you emigrate and continue to live somewhere by choice and then tell others it’s a bad deal it does seem a bit off. I still think if you live in the…[Read more]

  • @AGXIIK the Fatca or Fbar requirement is not that difficult to fill out and submit.  I just submitted mine.  Yes, if you have fat pockets and just need a second residency Panama is pretty easy to do.  It isn’t cheap though for the average person.  Maybe for you it would be practical and easy.  Get your residency and start a bank account if you feel…[Read more]

  • @thelizardking52 I have my own personal reasons for living here.  If I listed them it would not persuade anyone else to move here.  Panama is great for the right people or persons.  You have to come here and look around.  Be patient.   Relax.  And, decide for yourself.

  • @Charles Babbage  You have to come down here and see if you like it.  Oh, I showed the video of Colon to counter Simon Black’s choice of photo’s.  He showed the best photo.  I showed a different view of the place.  When you visit you will see different things.  You might like it.  At any rate, it helps to come here, rent and own very little for a t…[Read more]

  • Oh, I forgot to say.  Colon used to be the best, most modern part of Panama.  Used to be beautiful.  Took about 75 years for Colon to mutate into the jewel that it is today.  This new appearance is just the results of a little third world living I guess.  Now, the US could begin to go down hill like this as well.  Its possible.  It would take awhil…[Read more]

    • @pollokeeper

      I would have to most respectfully disagree with your sentiment on Panama. I live in the suburbs and work in the city and we’ve had the pleasure to communicate on this. My biggest complaints are that there are parts that are filthy (in and out of the city), but there are also places that  are the most beautiful (in and out of the …[Read more]

    • Your description of Colon is similar to that of Detroit. While you say it took Colon 75 years  to degenerate into a slum, it only took 50 years for Detroit to be destroyed as such. A look at your video’s picture on this page can be mistaken to be any street in Detroit on the East or West side of this city.  Only your’s looks cleaner.

  • This is a must see video of Colon Panama.  Three minute video someone took from their car.  Enjoy.  I hope the video comes thru.

  • @Xron You need to come to Panama and take a look around.  The picture you are looking at is the modern part of the city.  A tour of the city as a whole will be a different picture.  There a few very nice areas of the city.  And, some of the dirtiest and scumiest areas also.  And, yes, if you stayed awhile, it would not take you long to finally get …[Read more]

  • Simon black makes his living selling gloom and doom.  At any rate, Panama city is a large, third world city.  And, it is not cheap there.  And, Panama is experiencing high inflation.  I mean high.   I personally don’t like the city but someone else might.  Outside the city, there is very little infrastructure.  I like it that way.  And, it is hot a…[Read more]

    • I don’t think Simon Black sells a book, and neither is he a doom and gloom merchant IMHO (I’ve subscribed to his ezine for several years now and would catagorize him as a realist).

      In any case at least he is pointing out options to improve people’s lives.

      Can’t comment on Panama as I’ve never been, but from the pics doesn’t look 3rd world to me.

    • @Pollokeeper

       

      “Simon black makes his living selling gloom and doom.”

       

      Maybe.  Or maybe he really believes in what he is doing and saying?  Without at least meeting and talking with him, it would be difficult to know which.  From the articles he has written and that I have read, he does seem to be idealizing a lot of foreign places to …[Read more]

    • Hi Pollo,

      I think we’re the only two expats actually living here among the commentators.  (could be wrong)

      Having been offshore since the 80s, with 20 years in CR, and now nearly 4 in Panama, I agree this is a great spot, but not for everyone.  The people here in Chiriqui province are wonderful.  All the conveniences, and for me the best th…[Read more]

    • The article states this can just be a backup place to live.

    • I am an expat who has lived in Panama for 15 years. I came here in December 1999. First of all I totally disagree that Panama is a third world country. Those who say this have never experienced a real third world country. I first visited Mexico during the summer of 1963. At that time when you crossed the border at Laredo, Texas into Nuevo Laredo,…[Read more]

  • Sentiment is very low.  Silver could go lower.  Dollar Cost Average in if you want to buy at lower prices.  And, be ready to have a great deal of patience.  Too many people are screaming gloom and doom for 2015 so stay skeptical and be careful.

    • I KNOW I need to buy a lot more silver.  But I’m also convinced that I need to buy from private parties some more firearms and ammo – to keep hidden from the government collectors.

    • Ed_B replied 2 weeks ago

      Just keep in mind, folks, that these “collectors” can only collect the things that they can find.  Remember my motto:  “If they can’t find it, they can’t steal it!“.  This applies to all kinds of thieves, including banksters, gov types, and private enterprise types.

       

  • @Doma What prompted Polny to say that gold would reach 2000 bucks in 2014?  It wasn’t the 7 year cycle was it?  Now, eventually Bo will be right.  He just extends his predictions until someday he will be right.  That kind of work doesn’t lure in many subscribers.  Now, even David Morgan has jumped on the band wagon and is saying that we will have a…[Read more]

    • @Pollokeeper

       

      ” Like, Marshal Swing and his advice to sell the farm…”

       

      If one suspects that a SHTF time is coming, selling the farm is the LAST thing anyone should do.  Instead, pay that hummer off and make it as productive as you possibly can.  :-)

       

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