I tried that. Didn't help. I think it is the AT&T ads. I get different ads with IE for some reason.
I also had problems. Had to reboot.
Must be a conspiracy.
B4 The Bell Tuezelday September 7
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Posted 07 September 2004 - 10:02 AM
Posted 07 September 2004 - 10:11 AM
I'm fine now, too. No reboot, but but no AT&T ads either and problem went away.
Posted 07 September 2004 - 10:13 AM
Thanks for the XAU chart and your Elliott wave count. Hard to believe that with the U.S. and the World in the shape they're in, that gold could take a plunge like that. I would think that worldwide demand for gold, and the dollars value to other currencies would prevent it, but this morning it's taking a cliff dive. Needless to say, you scare the hell out of me.
Thanks for keeping me in mind, though. I just ordered more physical last week thinking $400 would hold. Could have saved some money by ordering it this week.
Posted 07 September 2004 - 10:15 AM
The fact that Mr. Greenspan will be sharing his wisdom with House Budget Committee tomorrow probably having invigorating effect on the markets.
Posted 07 September 2004 - 10:19 AM
the fact that greenscum has one ounce of credibilty left is beyond me.
Posted 07 September 2004 - 10:22 AM
Don't steal. The government hates competition.
Posted 07 September 2004 - 10:30 AM
Uranium update : Strathmore (STM.v) up 25% this morning...
Posted 07 September 2004 - 10:31 AM
Dow Jones Newswires
Posted 07 September 2004 - 10:36 AM
A couple of Middle East events with nearly self-evident equity and capital market implications:
1. Israel's recent, unsuccesful test of the Arrow anti-ballistic missile system. This weapon is supposed to counter, among other things, the growing power and sophistication of the Iranian missile program. Iran recently tested its Shihab II rocket, said to be capable of carrying a warhead to any part of Israel.
2. Israel's recent loss of a military reconnaisance satellite dedicated to monitoring Iran.
3. The three-way war of words between Tehran, Tel Aviv, and Washington over the Iranian atomic energy program.
** The Iranian government has asserted that the Israeli Dimona nuclear facility won't survive an Israeli assault on Iranian atomic energy facilities.
** The Israeli government has declared that a nuclear armed Iran is an intolerable development that Israel is prepared to prevent by bombing Bushehr, and other Iranian atomic facilities.
** The US State Department has demanded that the European Union, the International Atomic Energy Agency, and the UN Security Council take various measures to prevent the production of Iranian fissionable enriched uranium.
Posted 07 September 2004 - 10:40 AM
.... "Altimeter hit 10,260" ....
Damn, Yobob, that's high. I once took my Toyota RV to the top of Pikes Peak at over 14,000 feet. I was quite suprised that it made it.
.... "Nowhere to go but down. Coincidence? I think not.".....
That's cute, Yobob. Thanks.
Posted 07 September 2004 - 10:49 AM
A URANIUM MELT-UP?
James Dines Predicts a Buying Panic in Uranium
How high will uranium go?
editor of the The Dines Letter
StockInterview.com’s Andy Barrett was delighted to talk to the pre-eminent financial newsletter writer, James Dines. A guru for many investors across the world, James Dines has scored a number of firsts. He was among the first to increase investor awareness about gold and precious metals stocks, when nearly all of Wall Street scoffed at him. Those who listened made money. Lots of it. Over the years, Dines successfully forecast the Internet mania, forecasting the giants of the tech boom, and forecasting the tech bust. A gold bug again, Dines also added uranium as the metal to watch over the coming years, saying, “This is my way of playing the whole coming energy boom. I think it’s the smartest way. This is unique. This metal is just not there. We’re just not going to have it.”
You have been calling a bull market in uranium and, once again, you appear to be the lone voice in the crowd once again.
What a surprise.
Edited by DrStool, 07 September 2004 - 11:17 AM.
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