• Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Noallegiance

  • Rank
    HPC Veteran

Recent Profile Visitors

1,268 profile views

    Dumping of dollars into hard stuff and beefing up the precious metals reserves? UK sidling up to the next global top of the food chain? Oh. Suits you sir.
  2. The new levels of crazy get crazier. What a strange time we live in. Stuff to tell the grand kids.
  3. Even worse, some people will have done something about it; back up the debt truck!
  4. The Bubbly Bitcoin Thread -- Merged Threads

    That nothing better has come along yet. It may not. It may. Nothing physical has yet come about to better gold, says time. A big question here is whether something virtual will usurp something physical. It's never been tried. So nobody knows. No argument required unless people want to argue over pretending to know. Which is plain silly.
  5. The Bubbly Bitcoin Thread -- Merged Threads

    I think his main point is that someone else can make another magically scarce bit of maths at any point, thereby devaluing the other made up mathematical scarcity. To make gold less scarce, we have to do a lot of actual work. At least, I think that's his main anchor. As with many opposites of argument, time will be the ultimate settler.
  6. The Bubbly Bitcoin Thread -- Merged Threads

    Your ifs, buts and maybes are no more or less legitimate than my suggestions.
  7. The Bubbly Bitcoin Thread -- Merged Threads

    Or, like traditional central bankers, let greed be the driver, don't do anything to delegitimise the avenue that's making them rich by crashing it at the first opportunity and carry on letting it go on its trajectory. Also, if the bulk holders of BTC see it as the future, they won't kill it. They'll be key to it moving onwards.
  8. GE getting rid of 1100 in the UK

    Anybody know of a job loss tracker for the UK? Seems like thousands have gone/are going this year.
  9. Gold strategy in the current economy

    The opposite side of that opinion is that Schiff has stuck to his guns for over a decade (difficult in the face of things and being in the public eye) and echoes a lot of sentiment on this forum. Like many of us on housing, he didn't figure unprecedented market meddling by central banks and government. He's never change the core of his well-explained and understandable position, for which I commend him..... Which is worth d1ck-all, but there we are!
  10. Hmmmmm. Facts. Nowhere in this photo does it say that £350m per week would be spent on the NHS. But anyway.....
  11. The Bubbly Bitcoin Thread -- Merged Threads

    Is success investing/gambling on Cryptos measured in fiat £billions or Crypto billions? A fiat billionaire kinda negates the main point of growing crypto, no?
  12. Gold strategy in the current economy

    Developments on the international finance front aren't all about Bitcoin...
  13. Hasn't anyone on here yet discovered that being in this thread makes ferk-all difference to anything? Holy sh1te both camps on here come across as utter losers for humanity. I've seen 4 year olds with more poise. Let's see if anyone who has posted on this thread in the last 24 hours can leave it alone for 48 hours. Your life will be better for it. Honestly.
  14. The Bubbly Bitcoin Thread -- Merged Threads

    BBC article on Bitcoin this morning. Top quote: "They are not backed by any government, nor central bank and therefore there is no-one responsible for backing their value." .....So?!
  15. Hmmmmm perhaps the answer is only clear to me because.... well... I was there when I was told. We school 'em. We out-manoeuvre, outpace, and are far more capable with fewer resources than our trigger-happy brethren.