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Friday, June 10, 2016

Fears of a UK exit from European Union spurring run on gold for Brits

With the vote to determine whether the UK will remain a member of the European Union just a few weeks away, many Brits are preparing for the worst and buying physical gold at a rapid pace.

In fact, as the polls moved closer to a sure bet that the people would vote to leave the Union, sales of gold at most dealers in Britain shot up, as the fears of both a currency and economic crisis spurred the transition from owning Pounds to owning Bullion.



At Sharps Pixley, a gold showroom in London's smart Mayfair district, demand for bullion bars and coins is rising, with men and women of all ages buying up the safe-haven metal in case of a British exit from the European Union. 
Shoppers can walk out of the sleek St James's Street showroom carrying their gold investments, or leave them in the rows of safety deposit boxes that line the walls. 
Sales have picked up since the latest polls suggested that the 'leave' campaign is gaining support, with online polls by ICM and YouGov showing at the weekend it had taken a 4-5 percentage point lead ahead of the June 23 referendum. 
"It seems to have sunk into people's consciousness that Brexit is a real possibility now. All stocks are being bought out in advance of even being shipped," Ross Norman, chief executive of Sharps Pixley said, noting that demand for Britannia coins, which as legal currency are exempt from capital gains tax, had been particularly strong. 
ATS Bullion, nearby on London's Strand, has also reported a 5-10 percent rise in sales while online gold dealing platform BullionVault.com, whose customers are largely private investors, said the UK is outstripping other regions in terms of demand growth this month. 
Growth in its UK customer base has been 59 percent higher in June than the average of the last 12 months, it said, compared to 5 percent higher in the other nine of its top 10 markets. - Reuters

Monday, June 6, 2016

Brexit vote in two weeks could be major catalyst for next rise in price for gold

A few years ago, analysts suggested that the specter of a Greek exit (GREXIT) from the Eurozone would cause such pressure on the Euro currency that gold prices could have risen to $2000 per ounce and over their all-time highs of just a few years before.  But since a Grexit did not take place, and the Greek government capitulated to the Troika, it was a major stumbling block for the metal and allowed central banks to continue the status quo of pumping their fiat currencies and shorting gold to their own record levels.

But things have changed over the past two years, and these include a very close referendum for secession by Scotland, a de-pegging of the Euro by Switzerland, and coming up in the next two weeks is another exit vote for an EU nation which analysts also see as a potential trigger for the next leg of the gold bull run.

By all but ruling out a rate rise in June, this leaves gold in a great position to head up to $1,400 in our opinion. The reason? The Brexit. The vote is just over two weeks away and the latest figures reveal that the vote for leaving has edged ahead by three percentage points. A lot can change between then and now, but if it stays the same way we think that the week leading up to the Brexit vote could be awfully volatile for financial markets across the world. This could lead many to seek safe havens, and what better safe haven to jump into than gold? - Seeking Alpha
In times of turmoil, gold has by far been the most go to asset for stability and protection of wealth.  And at stake is more than simply a country looking to remove itself from a coalition that is changing rapidly from a monetary and trade union into a political and social engineering one, but a rejection of the Eurozone concept itself, and the currency created to merge Europe under a single monetary banner.

Friday, October 26, 2012

Selling your virgninity: Two different viewpoints on what innocence is worth

Within the span of a week, two women from opposite ends of the globe used their virginity for two completely different means.  On Oct. 26, American Thinker ran a story of a well privileged women who compared losing her virginity to voting for Obama.  While in Brazil, a young women cashed in on her innocence by selling the right to take her flower through an EBAY auction.

The difference between ideology and capitalistic transaction?  $780,000.


Picture courtesy of Newsodrome

But yet,..there is Lena Dunham breathlessly telling us about her First Time so a young college girl, especially in the swing state of Ohio where this ad is running, would know what to do Your First Time ...voting for Barack Obama (D). - American Thinker

And on the flip side...

Catarina Migliorini (pictured) is a Brazilian student who placed her virginity up for auction on eBay on October 15 for a mind-boggling $780,000. Think there weren’t any takers? Well guess again! A Japanese man named Natsu fought off other high rollers to win Migliorini’s prized possession, reports the New York Daily News.

Since the sexual revolution, virginity, and sexual relationships have become both a commodity, and a activist weapon to seize power on a world of male domination.  Unfortunately, the end result has become higher divorce rates in the Western world, as well as displacement in the roles of men and women.  Only in the last decade has the term Metrosexual come into the mainstream vernacular, as men are being conditioned to be more feminine than masculine.

With sex in the 21st century being so blase, open, and free, the concept of a women remaining a virgin past the age of 18, much less 21, is the new taboo in western cultures.  Thus it is not surprising that someone could sell their virginity to any one of millions of rich men, seeking power over a women for a price, by taking her most treasured gift like a business transaction.  While at the same time, a woman viewing her lust in voting for a demigogue as the equivalent of her offering that same gift in homage to a political figure.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Closing accounts with big banks did have an affect on the system

It appears that Bank Transfer Day did have a large affect on the major banks, contrary to their rhetoric.  Over the last month, more than 650,000 customers moved nearly $4.5 billion dollars from larger Fed backed banks into smaller credit unions.

650,000 customers moved $4.5 billion dollars out of the big banks and into smaller banks and credit unions in the last month.
But there is a myth making the rounds that the big banks don’t really care if we move our money. For example, one line of reasoning is that no matter how many people move their money, the Fed and Treasury will just bail out the giants again.
…She shared that management is nervous, they are seeing money leaking out of the bank and realize that they have made mistakes…. They are also aware of the growing momentum behind the November 5th move your money movement.
 Management is aware that people are angry (how could they not be!) and have put an ear to the ground. - Washington’s Blog

All one has to remember is, voting with your wallet carries just as much weight, and perhaps even more, than voting at the ballot box.