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  1. I think there are 2 possible answers - 1) When Covid first appeared - the Government said there was something about it, that they weren't prepared to discuss at the time, but it will be revealed at some future date. I heard it once in the news, never since and everyone seems to have missed this potentially crucial point. It's obvious to me this escaped from the Wuhan level 4 lab. What are the odds the Wet Market is right next to a level 4 lab... Occam's Razor! Dr Luc Montagnier - the man who discovered the HIV virus back in 1983 has clearly stated the HIV sequence can only be produced in a lab. "No," says Luc Montagnier, "in order to insert an HIV sequence into this genome, molecular tools are needed, and that can only be done in a laboratory." The below video is very interesting, but I wonder if the government panicked because they knew the virus wasn't natural... 2) The other option is Covid happened and they capitalised on it as an excuse to "try" and inflate their way out of the second wall of the storm. We have been in the eye of the hurricane for 10 years... Never let a good crisis go to waste... The timing is a little too coincidental.
  2. I use Lansdown and Hargreaves, but I haven't tried many others to have an informed opinion.
  3. I do if I'm looking to buy or sell. Might be buying some more silver mining shares in the near future... haven't decided yet. It's realistic to expect gold to sell off as it hits long term USD resistance. Traders will take profit off the table IMO... It's up 13% this year in USD/18% in GBP. Gains need to be consolidated.
  4. I haven't had a chance to catch up with the earlier posts, but I will when I get a minute. I think the cup is forming very nicely. It will likely pull back and probably significantly when it hits resistance.
  5. It's just a dog and pony show to make them look like they're doing something. The piss poor take up means it will be completely worthless and besides, I have a UN unalienable right to privacy and intend to keep it.
  6. Well if you use stop losses and you can afford to lose the money then... I guess it doesn't matter too much. Personally I think the stock market is an enigma at the moment... it is likely to continue rising in the short-medium term because of the mass redundancies. Whilst usually short lived, it's usually seen as a positive in terms of cash flow, but it could continue for months... Crashes normally happen in September because of end of year reporting. Good luck with whatever you choose.
  7. Not according to my chart... the daily, weekly and monthly closing prices are the only figures that matter. My chart says $1743.
  8. Don't be so certain the stock market primary or even secondary trend is down. The bond markets dwarf the stock market and when that pops... in terms of it not attracting investor/hedgefund money... think where that money will end up.
  9. Not in the last 9 years that I can think of.
  10. I can't post a chart of something that hasn't happened. It may go up and touch the neckline before it goes down, but I still expect the handle to form on the cup and handle formation. Obviously this is IMO and maybe completely wrong.
  11. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpc4h19xbUk
  12. Frosty... Cheer up monkey balls. I hate to break it to you, because clearly you're well informed, but economics is a soft science. EMH refers to stocks - not commodities. Thought you knew! So to put that into monkey ball parlance - everything is a guess. That's why I use words like "in my opinion" or "my best guess..." Posts like yours really add zero value. If you have nothing to say, then maybe heed the implied warning.
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