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Old 06-07-2017, 10:55 PM   #16
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If food prices went up 20% in a year across the board, half the population would starve, and 25% would lose 15 lbs or more in short order.

Speaking of prices, I just saw a guy buy 4 packs of cigs at probably $15 each .

Just peeled off the cash . This at Rite Aid.

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Old 06-07-2017, 11:22 PM   #17
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Reverting to what mean? I just quoted gold's performance over the last 117 years.

You're looking for a pivot from that?

And a living lock from a guy who thinks energy prices are up more than 20% in the last year. You understand my skepticism, right?
actually not at all. if memory serves me correctly the price of oil per barrel was just under $25 about 19 months ago, it is now around $50. the price of 6by6 tomato's are twice as much today than they were a year ago. canned goods are all up a minimum of 20%.

now as far as your skepticism goes, i called Donald Trump the next president about a year ago right on this board. i also called Trump close in Massachusetts even though he got blown out here, i suspect there was a lot of chicanery going on in the count of the votes there. now to go one step further i called the New England Patriots a living lock as well for the superbowl. not to sure how they won the game but they did get the W.

so as you can see i don't take my living locks very lightly. from where i am sitting i don't think you have any business not paying attention to my statements and its time you get your head in line with what i am preaching.

of course you can choose not to pay attention. just for my other doubter here, the penny stock that i gave out right on this board is still in a very big profit range from where i initially posted it. this one even i admit is quite unusual because stocks of this nature generally fall under the category of pump and dump, and this one isn't.
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actually not at all. if memory serves me correctly the price of oil per barrel was just under $25 about 19 months ago, it is now around $50. the price of 6by6 tomato's are twice as much today than they were a year ago. canned goods are all up a minimum of 20%.

now as far as your skepticism goes, i called Donald Trump the next president about a year ago right on this board. i also called Trump close in Massachusetts even though he got blown out here, i suspect there was a lot of chicanery going on in the count of the votes there. now to go one step further i called the New England Patriots a living lock as well for the superbowl. not to sure how they won the game but they did get the W.

so as you can see i don't take my living locks very lightly. from where i am sitting i don't think you have any business not paying attention to my statements and its time you get your head in line with what i am preaching.

of course you can choose not to pay attention. just for my other doubter here, the penny stock that i gave out right on this board is still in a very big profit range from where i initially posted it. this one even i admit is quite unusual because stocks of this nature generally fall under the category of pump and dump, and this one isn't.
Food inflation is less than overall inflation over the past year. I'd post a link, but I'm pretty sure you don't care since you can post drivel like "canned goods are all up a minimum of 20%" without blinking an eye.

And if we are expanding the time frame for energy from a year, why stop at 19 months? Less than 36 months ago, WTI was well over $100/barrel. Funny how time frames matter. You said one year. I responded to your obviously erroneous statement.

Maybe you're just better at seeing the future than remembering the past.
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If food prices went up 20% in a year across the board, half the population would starve, and 25% would lose 15 lbs or more in short order.

Speaking of prices, I just saw a guy buy 4 packs of cigs at probably $15 each .

Just peeled off the cash . This at Rite Aid.
I know Alton. I was just trying to get a small laugh out of people.

But seriously, most especially in the consumer food industry who impose relatively larger price hikes for their products than the generally acknowledged sticker price, so to speak.

Once upon a time, there used to be true pound can of coffee, 16 oz. Over the years that 'pound' can of coffee became 12 oz., then 11.5 oz., and the other day I saw one with 10.5 oz. in there. Scandal alert!

Hershey Chocolate have had numerous re-jiggering in the manufacturing size of their famous candy bar. One year the 'bar' was so thin that it seemed no bigger than a sheet of loose leaf paper.

And on the retail side, the game played is even worse by basically 'forcing' people to buy 3 cans of corn at $3 total, but priced at $1.15 each if the consumer buys just one or two and not the required three.

I know it's no big deal in the wash but these things are done deliberately to extract more money --even if it's just pennies-- out of the hands of the consumer. It does make for fun talk and little else, I understand.
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Food inflation is less than overall inflation over the past year. I'd post a link, but I'm pretty sure you don't care since you can post drivel like "canned goods are all up a minimum of 20%" without blinking an eye.

And if we are expanding the time frame for energy from a year, why stop at 19 months? Less than 36 months ago, WTI was well over $100/barrel. Funny how time frames matter. You said one year. I responded to your obviously erroneous statement.

Maybe you're just better at seeing the future than remembering the past.
no offense but you are just listening to media and looking at fake numbers.

what you really need is for me to do a webinar that will teach people how to make better choices. everything around you is all very misleading and you need to learn how to separate real from fake.
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no offense but you are just listening to media and looking at fake numbers.

what you really need is for me to do a webinar that will teach people how to make better choices. everything around you is all very misleading and you need to learn how to separate real from fake.
With all due respect Lambo you have a very long and rich history of just totally making up numbers here.

But I'd pay to see a webinar of you "teaching" people.
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reckless, you didn't even mention the scandal of cereal box shrinkage.

Not sure if the media has covered it but its years in the making , someone has to have done piece on it.
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By the way , the greatest stock in the world SFOR , having a bad day with heavy selling. Moved up last few on no news. Today -20%
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By the way , the greatest stock in the world SFOR , having a bad day with heavy selling. Moved up last few on no news. Today -20%
i have been looking for a stock or an equity or for that matter a horse that you have posted on this board that actually made money for anyone, am i missing something? or do you just wait to knock someone or something here to look smart?
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i have been looking for a stock or an equity or for that matter a horse that you have posted on this board that actually made money for anyone, am i missing something? or do you just wait to knock someone or something here to look smart?
Trust me.

No one knocks you here to look smart anymore than we step over a low laying obstacle to look athletic.

Some of us just still live in a world where facts aren't malleable.
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reckless, you didn't even mention the scandal of cereal box shrinkage.

Not sure if the media has covered it but its years in the making , someone has to have done piece on it.
I no longer eat cereal -- I stopped after I read in an alt-investing newsletter that there's more fiber in the cereal box than in the cereal itself!

No wonder they keep shrinking the box, alton. Thanks for the heads-up.
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I'm waiting till it hits 3000 before I buy my first 100 lot. Want to make sure its not just a manipulation.

Did you ever buy? Over 8100 now. I bought and sold in the 4k range, got out due to concerns over China exiting the market, got back in at 6k a week or so ago. 10k easy peasy by EOY.
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Sadly, my distaste for the whole enterprise has prevented me from benefiting from the scam.

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I was interested the decentralized exchange called LoopRing from the list below. I did an internet search of it on Bing. LoopRing is also a product used treat erectile dysfunction. Hey NSA -- add that to my profile.
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This list of 100 digital currencies with four words describing each one might give you reason to believe BitCoin is overpriced:

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Bitcoin         | BTC   | Digital gold                             
Ethereum        | ETH   | Programmable contracts and money         
Bitcoin Cash    | BCH   | Bitcoin clone                            
Ripple          | XRP   | Enterprise payment settlement network    
Litecoin        | LTC   | Faster Bitcoin                           
Dash            | DASH  | Privacy-focused Bitcoin clone            
NEO             | NEO   | Chinese-market Ethereum                  
NEM             | XEM   | Batteries-included digital assets        
Monero          | XMR   | Private digital cash                     
Ethereum Classic| ETC   | Ethereum clone                           
IOTA            | MIOTA | Internet-of-things payments              
Qtum            | QTUM  | Ethereum contracts on Bitcoin            
OmiseGO         | OMG   | Banking, remittance, and exchange        
Zcash           | ZEC   | Private digital cash                     
BitConnect      | BCC   | Madoff-like investment fund              
Lisk            | LSK   | Decentralized applications in JavaScript 
Cardano         | ADA   | Layered currency and contracts           
Tether          | USDT  | Price = 1 USD                            
Stellar Lumens  | XLM   | Digital IOUs                             
EOS             | EOS   | Decentralized applications on WebAssembly
Hshare          | HSR   | Blockchain switchboard                   
Waves           | WAVES | Decentralized exchange and crowdfunding  
Stratis         | STRAT | Decentralized applications in C#         
Komodo          | KMD   | Decentralized ICOs                       
Ark             | ARK   | Blockchain switchboard                   
Electroneum     | ETN   | Monero clone                             
Bytecoin        | BCN   | Privacy-focused cryptocurrency           
Steem           | STEEM | Reddit with money voting                 
Ardor           | ARDR  | Blockchain for spawning blockchains      
Binance Coin    | BNB   | Pay Binance exchange fees                
Augur           | REP   | Decentralized prediction market          
Populous        | PPT   | Invoice trading futures                  
Decred          | DCR   | Bitcoin with alternative governance      
TenX            | PAY   | Cryptocurrency credit card               
MaidSafeCoin    | MAID  | Rent disk space                          
BitcoinDark     | BTCD  | Zcoin close                              
BitShares       | BTS   | Decentralized exchange                   
Golem           | GNT   | Rent other people's computers            
PIVX            | PIVX  | Inflationary Dash clone                  
Gas             | GAS   | Pay fees on Neo                          
TRON            | TRX   | In-app-purchases                         
Vertcoin        | VTC   | Bitcoin clone                            
MonaCoin        | MONA  | Japanese Dogecoin                        
Factom          | FCT   | Decentralized record keeping             
Basic Attention | BAT   | Decentralized ad network                 
SALT            | SALT  | Cryptocurrency-backed loans              
Kyber Network   | KNC   | Decentralized exchange                   
Dogecoin        | DOGE  | Serious meme bitcoin clone               
DigixDAO        | DGD   | Organisation manages tokenized gold      
Veritaseum      | VERI  | Vaporware                                
Walton          | WTC   | IoT Blockchain                           
SingularDTV     | SNGLS | Decentralized Netflix                    
Bytom           | BTM   | Physical assets as tokens                
Byteball Bytes  | GBYTE | Decentralized database and currency      
GameCredits     | GAME  | Video game currency                      
Metaverse ETP   | ETP   | Chinese Ethereum plus identity           
GXShares        | GXS   | Decentralized Chinese Equifax            
Syscoin         | SYS   | Decentralized marketplace                
Siacoin         | SC    | Rent disk space                          
Status          | SNT   | Decentralized application browser        
0x              | ZRX   | Decentralized exchange                   
Verge           | XVG   | Privacy Dogecoin                         
Lykke           | LKK   | Digital asset exchange                   
Civic           | CVC   | Identity and Authentication App          
Blocknet        | BLOCK | Decentralized exchange                   
Metal           | MTL   | Payments with rewards program            
Iconomi         | ICN   | Digital asset investment funds           
Aeternity       | AE    | Decentralized apps (prototype)           
DigiByte        | DGB   | Faster Bitcoin                           
Bancor          | BNT   | Token Index Funds                        
Ripio Credit    | RCN   | Co-signed Cryptocurrency Loans           
ATMChain        | ATM   | Advertising network                      
Gnosis          | GNO   | Decentralized prediction market          
VeChain         | VEN   | Supply chain item IDs                    
Pura            | PURA  | Cryptocurrency                           
Particl         | PART  | Privacy marketplace and chat             
KuCoin Shares   | KCS   | Profit-sharing exchange fees             
Bitquence       | BQX   | Mint for cryptocurrency investments      
FunFair         | FUN   | Decentralized casino                     
ChainLink       | LINK  | External data for contracts              
Power Ledger    | POWR  | Airbnb for electricity                   
Nxt             | NXT   | Cryptocurrency and marketplace           
Monaco          | MCO   | Cryptocurrency credit card               
Cryptonex       | CNX   | Zerocoin clone                           
MCAP            | MCAP  | Mining investment fund                   
Storj           | STORJ | Rent disk space                          
ZenCash         | ZEN   | Privacy-focused Bitcoin clone            
Nexus           | NXS   | Bitcoin clone                            
Neblio          | NEBL  | Decentralized application platform       
Zeusshield      | ZSC   | Decentralized insurance                  
Streamr DATAcoin| DATA  | Real-time data marketplace               
ZCoin           | XZC   | Private digital cash                     
NAV Coin        | NAV   | Bitcoin with private transactions        
AdEx            | ADX   | Advertising exchange                     
Open Trading    | OTN   | Decentralized exchange                   
SmartCash       | SMART | Zcoin clone with rewards                 
Bitdeal         | BDL   | Bitcoin clone                            
Loopring        | LRC   | Decentralized exchange                   
Edgeless        | EDG   | Decentralized casino                     
FairCoin        | FAIR  | Bitcoin that rewards savers
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