The Oracle speaks again: Max Keiser/Jim Rodgers

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The Oracle speaks again: Max Keiser/Jim Rodgers

Latvia falls. First Iceland, now Latvia, Who's next! 

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Re: The Oracle speaks again: Max Keiser/Jim Rodgers
investorzzo wrote:

Latvia falls. First Iceland, now Latvia, Who's next! 

 

investorzzo,

Good link! Jim Rodgers is right on the money! Too bad the idiots in Washington won't listen to him.  Arrrrgghh!  Yell

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Re: The Oracle speaks again: Max Keiser/Jim Rodgers

What an entertaining and fascinating show. Thanks for the link. I'll be watching that every week.

What did you make of Rogers' prediction that the IMF would sell all its gold to prop up euro economies? I wondered both how likely that is and what it would do, temporarily at least, to the gold market.

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Re: The Oracle speaks again: Max Keiser/Jim Rodgers
suesullivan wrote:

What an entertaining and fascinating show. Thanks for the link. I'll be watching that every week.

What did you make of Rogers' prediction that the IMF would sell all its gold to prop up euro economies? I wondered both how likely that is and what it would do, temporarily at least, to the gold market.

 

I think it's much more likely they are buying their own treasuries, as who else wants our debt. They own the printing presses and can print as much money as they want. They own the treasury paper to. What a racket!

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Re: The Oracle speaks again: Max Keiser/Jim Rodgers

One would think it would depress the price of gold, giving us a better buying opportunity.

 

SG

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