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Charmin

Monthly Digger - March 2011

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My health coverage is $7.20 per hour for a 40 hour week. Add to that I set aside $25 per week for all the co-pays and mileage to cover those extra expenses the insurance doesn't.

 

Total: $16,276 per year.

 

I could buy 11 ounces of gold for that.

 

Hm I forgot that since I worked 23 years for an American firm the Belgian system is not known to Americans not living in Belgium

Cost for the bost 175% from gross salary

Gross salary 100 ( boss paid social security and his taxes )

Employe taxes 52% total and 65% marginal

Gives 48

City taxes 10% gives 43

So for 175 paid buy boss 43 is spendable with

18% VAT on products and 6% VAT on food

This assures a very capped pension ( you pay per % of your salary but whatever you paid you get a maximum of 2200 euro pension after 45 years of working ) In all this costs total social security is inluded so the 1500 $ I mentioned is a special contribution for long hospitalisation not covered by standard government cost

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The power sellers are untill now capping gold at

1416 $

Time is running out unless we are in Stasis and time no longer exists

I wonder who will win ; battle is still even but like I said time is running out short term

and time is on the side of the sellers shortterm

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interesting i dont see it like that. yes, the harmonics are running out on the upside the end of this month. i see we are about to enter into a parabolic

i have the 13th uranus enters into aries, and we get an upside explosion in price.

i am looking @crude oil, wti is 98 a barrel, i think it can also have an upmove here. brent which is the same grade of crude as wti is about $10more a barrel. watching the tape , for the 1st time i felt the longs were toying w/the shorts to give them false confidence. we shall see

dharma

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It is like the 1914-1918 WWI

We stormed out of the trenches at the enemy with

drawn bayonets but their 1434$ line is holding

 

We will have to have a strategical advance soon or withdraw to regroup .

96% invested and having chips and four roses on cola

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There would be nothing better than to see this sector outperform while the overall market fails a bit.

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The ideal move would be a 5-10% upmove in gold within two (to four) weeks and then a pause. :glare:

 

Who was it again that said

" And the market shall obey me " :rolleyes:

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1409 is my support point and it held, looks to me like the correction is over. however, i expect tough sledding till the 13th.

dharma

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Again we seem at short term odds

I expect the correction has yet to start

96% in and expecting a short term top next week or in three weeks and then 3-5 weeks down or side ways correction

I will use the top if it comes and the correction to switch out of older holdings into newer holdings

For some reason my oldest holdings always under perform my newer holdings

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Well I am a non believer

I will start with 2012 and then 2016 and see when

the hyperbolic starts before believing 30 years

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