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Monthly Digger - January 2012

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my batting average for making calls on major turns is probably 5% at best.. but I have to say the activity or lack there of on this board, along with your post, screams major bottom in place or right around the corner.

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my batting average for making calls on major turns is probably 5% at best.. but I have to say the activity or lack there of on this board, along with your post, screams major bottom in place or right around the corner.

 

This ratio has not made a new high in 8 years. Hence, no interest in gold stock land.

None what so ever. The bullion be fine. The stocks have been the disaster of the decade.

Let's be realistic here.

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"Gold shares were actively depreciated by scheming hedge funds run by young bucks that have no knowledge of the extractive industry. They all will make spectacular recoveries."

 

-Jim Sinclair Said today here

 

"What a load of crap."

 

-Grinch

 

See effects of GLD, share dilution, and poor ROI.

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............ Hence, no interest in gold stock land. None what so ever.

...... The stocks have been the disaster of the decade.

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agree & agree

 

all I am saying is that bottoms are made when no one is looking... but as I said I am wrong 95% of the time

 

I own coins... I do not own miners .....yet

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Nothing to get excited about. Traveling in a sideways correction/consolidation especially noticeable in the HUI.

 

The intermediate down trend top line is within a much larger channel, a breakout really doesn't mean much until the all time highs are taken out. Helps for short term buying and selling.

 

I think silver needs to be above $35 to confirm the start of any long term move to the upside.

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I think silver needs to be above $35 to confirm the start of any long term move to the upside.

 

I suppose for 2012 we could at least see it come back to 42, and we'd still be consolidating.

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I suppose for 2012 we could at least see it come back to 42, and we'd still be consolidating.

 

It's (silver) only a $1 away from confirming gold's move. Any spike up would be welcomed. Let's see if higher lows begin to be put in on all the mining sector charts in the next few months.

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45 silver for 2012 and somewhere over 2000 for the year.

 

Maybe all six of us can agree.

 

Till then, we can forge onto February. Don't hesitate to check in - the crowd at our backs.

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