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    Welcome and thanks for the links.

    I've collected so many links since I've been here (about 18 months or so) that it becomes overwhelming to try to separate the Bull from the bull$h!t.

    Please don't not post...

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    Only that when I was a kid I got violently car sick riding down to Pullman -after the first trip, my dad learned to pack me an extra set of clothes !! , but I'm not sure there very many more I was included in ! Then came the Huskies and then the Loggers.... took longer, but better highways by that time...

    You have a strong name - I hope it works here ! & Welcome.....

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    The U.S. and UK are right up there with the countries we're hear about in the news as being disasters about to happen...









    From a free daily newsletter I get:

    The truth however, is beginning to surface, and from an investor's perspective, the truth can mean money in the bank. Right now, the IEA's claim that oil production will be ramped up from its current level of 85 million barrels per day to 105 million barrel per day by 2030 is receiving harsh criticism.
    The Guardian reports, "The world is much closer to running out of oil than official estimates admit." This comes from a whistleblower inside the International Energy Agency who states the fear of triggering panic buying has caused them to intentionally underplay the inevitable shortage.
    Kjell Aleklett, professor of physics at the Uppsala University in Sweden, and co-author of a new report, The Peak of the Oil Age, states "oil production is more likely to be 75m barrels a day by 2030 than the 'unrealistic' 105m used by the IEA."
    According to Professor Aleklett's research, they are making a dangerous and unjustified assumption. One that is dependent upon the oil industry's ability to ramp up production to levels never before achieved.

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    "The Federal Reserve exists solely to provide the US government with all the dollars it wants to spend, even if it has to side-step congressional authority to do it."
    http://www.fgmr.com/december-30-2009...ore-money.html

    So which way will the herd go to open 2010, uphill or downhill? Austrailia has opened flat, awaiting guidance from the U.S. markets?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsunami View Post
    "The Federal Reserve exists solely to provide the US government with all the dollars it wants to spend, even if it has to side-step congressional authority to do it."
    http://www.fgmr.com/december-30-2009...ore-money.html

    So which way will the herd go to open 2010, uphill or downhill? Austrailia has opened flat, awaiting guidance from the U.S. markets?


    We're gonna get along real well.

    Welcome to the board!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolhand View Post
    We're gonna get along real well.

    Welcome to the board!
    man i want to go hunting with you all


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsunami View Post
    The Federal Reserve exists solely to provide the US government with all the dollars it wants to spend...

    The herd will follow the feed truck, now we just have to figure when and where they are going to spread it.
    100g

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    I count about a hundred critters here, notice only three are smart enough to head for the safety of the forest, exit stage right, the other 97 are just waiting to be shot, and from the look in her eyes the second deer in line knows it, but just can't stop gorging on the free forage today despite the possibility of no tomorrow, obvious, yet there's still late comers to the party.

    most interesting, where are the big bucks, none at the trough anymore, got their fill i suppose and payed it back, maybe grabbed an .06 on sale, just layin in the weeds waiting to pick off the genetically or financially less fortunate.

    Lock and load.
    100g

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsunami View Post
    "The Federal Reserve exists solely to provide the US government with all the dollars it wants to spend, even if it has to side-step congressional authority to do it."
    http://www.fgmr.com/december-30-2009...ore-money.html

    So which way will the herd go to open 2010, uphill or downhill? Austrailia has opened flat, awaiting guidance from the U.S. markets?


    I only had three deer in my back yard this morning about 4am. They where digging up seeds under my bird feeders and drinking from the heated bird bath.
    May the force be with us.

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    Look close and you will know why you don't see any Bucks in this group!
    Attachment 7838
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    $51.69 a Barrel, Daily Status +$1.23

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsunami View Post
    The U.S. and UK are right up there with the countries we're hear about in the news as being disasters about to happen...









    From a free daily newsletter I get:

    The truth however, is beginning to surface, and from an investor's perspective, the truth can mean money in the bank. Right now, the IEA's claim that oil production will be ramped up from its current level of 85 million barrels per day to 105 million barrel per day by 2030 is receiving harsh criticism.

    The Guardian reports, "The world is much closer to running out of oil than official estimates admit." This comes from a whistleblower inside the International Energy Agency who states the fear of triggering panic buying has caused them to intentionally underplay the inevitable shortage.
    Kjell Aleklett, professor of physics at the Uppsala University in Sweden, and co-author of a new report, The Peak of the Oil Age, states "oil production is more likely to be 75m barrels a day by 2030 than the 'unrealistic' 105m used by the IEA."
    According to Professor Aleklett's research, they are making a dangerous and unjustified assumption. One that is dependent upon the oil industry's ability to ramp up production to levels never before achieved.
    Tsunami,

    I had not read your posts yesterday. Welcome aboard! I read the post identifying the websites that you customarily follow, and there is no question in my mind that you are a great addition to this MB. Some of the publications are indeed costly. Therefore, I will ask you to please continue to post your views or the views that you consider more credible in the delicate and uncertain economic and financial future.

    In the text above I highlighted the Guardian's report regarding the peak of oil production. Assuming that this scarcity is the most likely trend, the price of fossil fuel energy, oil, gasoline, etc., could reach unbelievable higher prices which will indeed strangle our economy.

    We already had a very recent and awful experience with the $140 dollar oil per barrel. Based on your informed opinion, do you believe that this conclusion will confirm and support the critical national necessity of our country to increase the speed of transition into the research, incentives, credits, and so forth, in the alternative fuel area? in order to avoid a hostage situation of our economy, a definitive transformation and acceptance of alternatives fuels and standards in our industrial plant, machinery, automotive industry, is imperative. Clearly, the consumer must be willing to accept the benefits of the chanegover. Any other views will be appreciated. Tia.
    Last edited by airlift; 01-04-2010 at 10:35 AM.

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    you got good eyes for a retired guy nnuut, or maybe just an experienced hunter. i knew they had to be somewhere, the 3 heading for nasa's backyard were the tipoff.

    i was hoping for a continuation of last years late sell off, but it doesn't look like that will happen today. i'm intermediate and long term bullish and would like to get in with my fresh trades but have some short term fear here, i'm thinking the bulls are in the crosshairs.

    my current allocation provides a little upside, but few benefits when the herd takes off running, which way are they gonna go?
    100g

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