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Old 07-06-2010, 08:47 AM   #113
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Why did gold drop $35 an ounce yesterday?
Where did that money go?
Wink, wink!

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I know you know why, but obviously the strength of the dollar has increased, even if temporarily, so that you can buy more gold with less dollars. Perhaps this isn't good news to all those people who bought gold as a hedge against the falling value of the dollar...but hey, it means less inflation to eat up that profit from investing in gold.
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Old 07-14-2010, 06:37 PM   #114
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I like the logic!

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I know you know why, but obviously the strength of the dollar has increased, even if temporarily, so that you can buy more gold with less dollars. Perhaps this isn't good news to all those people who bought gold as a hedge against the falling value of the dollar...but hey, it means less inflation to eat up that profit from investing in gold.
In pure terms, gold is down and that means distribution. Most of the big Central Banks are selling and so are some of the big holders like Paulson, so gold is getting crowded... And the Mavens are leaving the dance!

Good as Gold!

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Old 05-16-2013, 11:11 AM   #115
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So, here it is may of 2013 and here comes the cheap nat gas and peak oil has been disproven. Remember, they thought oil production was in decline. They were right but for the wrong reasons...it's called nat gas and it is huge...
Did you get those Rvs when they were giving them away? I did. Gas per gallon 2.97 where I live....
Ps. Nat gas equivalent to gas gallon price is currently eighty five cents....here it comes.
Were you worried about gold and inflation? Well, don't. No inflation and gold peaked at 1900 and is now on its way to 1200 soon to be 500 an oz. National debt, infrastructure, jobs, housing, manufacturing....it's all being fixed due to energy.
Pay attention to Nat gas and enjoy the benefits...
The Golden Age of Capitalism is upon us....if you are negative about the future now you are a nube!
Oh, by the way, bet you don't know the real news...
Here it is.....
Free energy.....
Stay tuned and I'll let you in soon.
Stay smart,
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Old 10-15-2013, 07:56 AM   #116
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Gas is now 2.83 a gallon, on its way to $2.
As of last month the U.S. is the number one energy producer in the world.
Update on free energy...
3 months ago in Lynchburg Virginia, net Energy Gain in the production of Hydrogen.
Hydrogen produced by organic catalyst.
Current Hydrogen production is using a toxic catalyst.
Unlimited energy with no toxic effects...
P.S. the RV business has roared back to new highs.
New Ford F150 aluminum body and Nat Gas engine as of a few months ago.
Keep on Truckin!
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Old 10-15-2013, 08:00 AM   #117
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Update on my Gold call at $1900 top..
Gold now 1200 and on its way to $900...
Stock market at new All-time highs, predicting a bright future ahead.
Go getcha some.....
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Old 11-09-2013, 08:09 AM   #118
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Price of gas below $3 gal! Whoop, told ya!

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The recent high (over $4/gal.) and credit crunch from the mortgage industry have coincided to slapdown RVing temporarily. Look at the stock price comeback in Winnebago Industries in the last few days...
Credit is coming back to the market and gas is coming down...
We should be in the $90-$60/bbl which should be $2.25/gal. equivalent soon...
If you need a good price on a TV or RV go get'em now!

Don't worry about the price of gas long term just buy the oil companies or the DIG ETF and that should hedge the price you pay long term.

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Now that gas per gallon US is going below $3, Acceleration to lower price soon soon.
I hope Y'all bot the RV on the '08 call....Best price, eh?
are we using more or less gas per person now? Less, efficiency and change of habits has helped to accelerate the drop in gas price per gallon...

Burn it up!
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Old 11-10-2013, 08:38 AM   #119
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Financing certainly affects purchases....
But cash is king and buying at the recent high in gas had a lot of sellers of RVs given them away cheaply...
Not concerned with health in the industry, want best deal and time to buy!

Timing is everything...
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Not too long ago, rejoicing if price for regular was going below $3 would not have happened. Remember when people were predicting a revolt if price went above $2?

I guess we can get used to just about anything for a while anyway.

Requiring vehicles to have better gas mileage plus the wearing out of old gas hogs has a lot to do with dropping gas prices. But as people see lower prices, they will drive more again, causing an increase in demand. We are pumping more oil out of the ground, but that cannot last. Fracking has revived old fields, but there's evidence fracked wells do not produce for very long, a fact that has not received much notice. So, for example, the Bakken formation in N. Dakota is producing a lot of oil and gas now, it can't last the way fields used to produce for decades generations ago.

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Known as the Red Queen: Running harder and harder just to stay in place.

Tight oil formation wells see a decline as much as 6% per month . . in only a few years they are strippers and sold off. Thus drilling new wells can never cease, so to speak. Bakken and Eagle Ford aren't too different in this. About $10-12 million to drill and complete one well. Both fields may peak in 2015.

The oil game is about bringing in new investors, and oil production only an interesting way to do it.
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Not too long ago, rejoicing if price for regular was going below $3 would not have happened. Remember when people were predicting a revolt if price went above $2?

I guess we can get used to just about anything for a while anyway.

Requiring vehicles to have better gas mileage plus the wearing out of old gas hogs has a lot to do with dropping gas prices. But as people see lower prices, they will drive more again, causing an increase in demand. We are pumping more oil out of the ground, but that cannot last. Fracking has revived old fields, but there's evidence fracked wells do not produce for very long, a fact that has not received much notice. So, for example, the Bakken formation in N. Dakota is producing a lot of oil and gas now, it can't last the way fields used to produce for decades generations ago.

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Actually, Gene, I recently traveled and called on several accounts in the Bakken field. They all are planning to be in place for 25 - 30 years.
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Time: 1958; Place, Iowa Price, $0.11/gal Oh the good old days. And they filled the tank, washed the windows and checked the oil.
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Actually, Gene, I recently traveled and called on several accounts in the Bakken field. They all are planning to be in place for 25 - 30 years.
They have to say that because if they don't, they won't be able to get top dollar when the sell their interest in the field. They will eventually sell to middle level producers who will eventually sell to bottom feeders.

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Remember when everyone was worried about $5 gal. Plus Peak Oil...

Haha, $2 gal in the bag forever soon.

Should have "shorted the oil" and bot used ASs.

What is the next big investable trend?
Stay tuned!
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