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Of the ‘Profit Taking’ Gold and Silver

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SS: seems interesting how we are seeing more countries concerned about their gold. no one has been able to get any gold repatriated (unless the dutch got theirs repatriated). the price of gold and silver has been going down since it’s recent highs of around $1700 and $65 but i’m not sure if that really means anything negative for people who buy gold and silver. the problem for me is deciding which is really money and what is ‘taking profits’ means.

SS: you see i am not convinced that ‘taking profits’ means turning gold and/or silver into usd currency. once you have a bunch of usd currency then what ?? unless you need the fiat to spend on something then i think it would be better to own more gold/silver and in my opinion ‘taking profits’ is turning usd currency into gold/silver.

SS: the strong dollar coupled with low gold and silver prices means we can get more of this stuff with less usd currency. the gold and silver is wealth and when you are running a business and you decide to take some profits from your business then buying gold and silver is a way to ‘take profits’. usd is not for saving. it is for spending. just ask people who live in european countries that have their banks giving people negative interest to keep their savings in the bank. these days in europe you pay them to keep your money and not vice versa. 

SS: a person should not use usd that they want to spend on consumer things to buy gold and silver with. instead a person converts usd to take profits from their business they are conducting in usd currency. one of the reasons why we would take profits in gold and silver is because the dollar is fakelands and is unstable. the federal reserve is always printing more of it and causing inflation which means it loses purchasing power and then there is the all the complex debt dangers and risks associated with it..  also has a reputation of being used by criminals in fraudulent money laundering schemes and other anonymous crimes.

SS: one the reasons why the dollar is strong now is because everyone is devaluing against the dollar by printing more of their own fiat paper money.  if a person has  a mass of fiat in a bank then that person has not been ‘taking profits’.. use a strong dollar to take profit and buy gold and silver in all deep dips. a person is not losing money when price of gold and silver drops (unless you turn it back into fiat) because the gold and silver is the profit. if gold plunges while oil is plunging due to oil removing some inflation then it might be a good time to ‘take profits’ buying gold and silver and or invest back into your business with stronger dollar. a lower inflation means the fiat currency has stronger purchasing power so items will appear cheaper which means it is a good time to buy them.

SS:  if a person wants to ‘invest’ their usd currency then they might spend some of it into their own business. that is not taking profits, instead that is investing back into one’s own business. i am not sure if buying stocks is really an investment. that seems more like a gamble investment to me. for me usd currency is only good for spending, and some spending can be investments, and buying gold and silver is ‘taking profits’.

SS: for a country like switzerland selling their gold reserves to prop up their economy is, in my opinion, not such a great call. instead of ‘taking profits’ they are losing wealth in the paper fiat game. maybe if they spent their fiat they got from their gold and silver  into infrastructure that helps them produce more ‘profit taking’. what is going to eventually happen is that it will become harder to buy an ounce of gold and silver.  people will be happy to buy fractions of an ounce because people learn how to ‘take profits’ from their fiat earning, investing, gambling, and spending.

Will the US give the Dutch their gold back? Friday, 28 Nov 2014 “The question of why Germany can’t get its gold back is perhaps the biggest mystery in the financial world today,” he told CNBC via email. “I think the Netherlands (and some Swiss voters) are entirely correct in wanting to make sure that their gold is someplace where their own representatives can count it.” Switzerland is holding an important referendum on its gold holdings this weekend, with its citizens set to decide whether the Swiss National Bank (SNB) should refrain from selling any more of its gold and instead boost its gold holdings from 7 to 20 percent.

A one kilogramm gold bar imprinted with the word ‘Switzerland’ is displayed in a Swiss bank in Bern November 25, 2014. The “Save our Swiss gold” proposal, spearheaded by the right-wing Swiss People’s Party (SVP), aims to ban the central bank from offloading its reserves and oblige it to hold at least 20 percent of its assets in gold. The referendum is scheduled for November 30. The SVP argues it would secure a stable Swiss franc. Picture taken November 25, 2014. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (SWITZERLAND – Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)

Gold bars and a Swiss Franc banknotes are seen in this illustration picture taken at the Austrian Gold and Silver Separating Plant ‘Oegussa’ in Vienna November 7, 2014. A vote in favour of Switzerland boosting its gold reserves would be disastrous for the country, the chairman of the Swiss central bank said in a newspaper interview published on Thursday. The “Save our Swiss gold” proposal, spearheaded by the right-wing Swiss People’s Party (SVP), aims to ban the central bank from offloading its reserves and oblige it to hold at least 20 percent of its assets in gold. The referendum is scheduled for November 30. The SVP argues it would secure a stable Swiss franc. Picture taken November 7, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA – Tags: BUSINESS)

Gold bars and a Swiss Franc coin are seen in this illustration picture taken at the Austrian Gold and Silver Separating Plant ‘Oegussa’ in Vienna November 7, 2014. A vote in favour of Switzerland boosting its gold reserves would be disastrous for the country, the chairman of the Swiss central bank said in a newspaper interview published on Thursday. The “Save our Swiss gold” proposal, spearheaded by the right-wing Swiss People’s Party (SVP), aims to ban the central bank from offloading its reserves and oblige it to hold at least 20 percent of its assets in gold. The referendum is scheduled for November 30. The SVP argues it would secure a stable Swiss franc. Picture taken November 7, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA – Tags: BUSINESS)

FILE – in this Nov. 16, 2014 file photo a person holds gold coins during an exhibition in Lenzburg, Switzerland. In Switzerland, a campaign is on to protect the country’s wealth by investing in gold a lot of gold. In a test of their sense of financial security, the Swiss are being asked to vote on a proposal to make the central bank hold a fifth of its reserves in gold within five years. That would mean buying 1,500 metric tons, or 1,650 short tons, of gold worth more than US$60 billion. (AP Photo/Keystone, Steffen Schmidt)

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Of the Mount Aso in Kumamoto Japan Eruption

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Mount Aso, One of World’s Largest Volcanoes, Erupts in Japan 11/28/14 There has been a lot of volcanic activity in Japan recently. Mount Ontake, which is located west of Tokyo, erupted unexpectedly in late September and killed more than 50 people. One analysis found that most of those people were killed after being struck by flying rocks, some of them traveling as fast as 190 mph.

A volcano in southern Japan is spewing volcanic magma rocks. A regional weather observatory says this could be Mt. Aso’s first magma eruption in 22 years. (Nov. 28) (AP)

An aerial view shows volcanic smoke spew from Mount Aso in Aso, Kumamoto prefecture, southwestern Japan, in this photo taken by Kyodo November 26, 2014. A local observatory said it has seen no sign of intensifying volcanic activity, Kyodo news reported. Picture taken November 26, 2014. Mandatory credit REUTERS/Kyodo (JAPAN – Tags: ENVIRONMENT)

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Of the Fogo Island Camp Verde Eruption

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DSK02. Fogo Island (Cape Verde), 23/11/2014.- A woman accompanied by children of Cha das Caldeiras leaving the area due to the activity of the volcano which began erupting in the island of Fogo, Cape Verde, 23 November 2014. The volcano on 23 November 2014 was reported to have erupted at dawn and made it necessary to activate evacuation plans at various points of the island, media reports state. There were no immediate reports yet on any casualties caused by the volcanic eruption. LUSA QUALITY AVAILABLE EFE/EPA/STRINGER BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE

DSK101. Fogo Island (Cape Verde), 23/11/2014.- A composite image of three photos of the Pico de Fogo volcano on Fogo island of the Sotavento group, Cape Verde, 23 November 2014. The volcano on 23 November was reported to have erupted at dawn and made it necessary to activate evacuation plans at various points of the island, media reports state. There were no immediate reports yet on any casualties caused by the volcanic eruption. EFE/EPA/STRINGER BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE

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Of the Macedonian Alexander the Great

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A modern bronze statue of Alexander the Great on his famous horse Bucephalus, flanked by copies of round shields and the Macedonian infantry’s terrible Sarissa pike, stands under the cloudy sky of the northern port city of Thessaloniki, Greece, Oct, 8, 2014. Alexander the Great was one of history’s most successful military commanders, who by his death at age 33 had conquered an empire stretching from modern Greece to India. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)

A funerary mask and other gold jewelry excavated in a rich ancient Macedonian cemetery is seen in the archeological museum of Pella, northern Greece, on Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014. The city of Pella was the Macedonians’ later capital, where the ancient Greek warrior-king Alexander the Great was born in 356 B.C. Excavations in recent decades there have uncovered extensive building remains, a rich mosaic floor believed to depict Alexander during a lion hunt, and large cemeteries. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)

A visitor looks at a display of bronze armor and gold funerary masks and jewelry excavated in rich ancient Macedonian cemeteries at Aigai and Pella, in the archeological museum of Pella, northern Greece, on Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014. The city of Pella was the Macedonians’ later capital, where the ancient Greek warrior-king Alexander the Great was born in 356 B.C. Excavations in recent decades there have uncovered extensive building remains, a rich mosaic floor believed to depict Alexander during a lion hunt, and large cemeteries.(AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)

A schoolteacher explains the myth of Persephone in front of a replica of a mid-4th century B.C. wall painting of Hades abducting Persephone, whose original was found in a looted royal tomb, at the Vergina museum in northern Greece, Oct. 7, 2014. A similar scene has been discovered on a mosaic floor in a newly-excavated Macedonian tomb in Amphipolis, which has revived interest in ancient Greece’s Macedonian dynasties. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)

Ancient Macedonian silver coins inscribed in Greek “First of the Macedonians” and “Macedonians” are seen in a display case at the archeological museum of Pella, Greece, Oct. 7, 2014. The city of Pella was the Macedonians’ later capital, where the ancient Greek warrior-king Alexander the Great was born in 356 B.C. Excavations in recent decades there have uncovered extensive building remains, a rich mosaic floor believed to depict Alexander during a lion hunt, and large cemeteries. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)

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Of the European Gold Reserves

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SS: what’s going on in the world of precious metals ?? well for one thing apparently the dutch central bank was able to do what the germans could not do and that is repatriate a large amount of gold from the usa. did that really happen ?? the dutch got 122 tons of gold repatriated from the usa ?? that sounds pretty amazing. how did they do that and the germans couldn’t ??

SS: i do not know all the answers to the questions. for some reason i confused amsterdam with brussels (the guys who been buying all the federal reserve tbonds this year) and thought maybe they made a deal with the usa for buying tbonds. well one thing that is for sure is that the governments of countries consider gold to have a very high value and strong demand that they are repatriating it, buying it, and hoarding it in their countries.

SS: notice what deutches bank says ?? “a yes vote wont raise price of gold” … that is what we are interested in this vote is the price of precious metals ?? i doubt it since it is common knowledge about the prices of precious metals .. there is some reason all these countries are suddenly interested in their gold reserves.. which maybe they probably should be.

Will the US give the Dutch their gold back? Friday, 28 Nov 2014 “The question of why Germany can’t get its gold back is perhaps the biggest mystery in the financial world today,” he told CNBC via email. “I think the Netherlands (and some Swiss voters) are entirely correct in wanting to make sure that their gold is someplace where their own representatives can count it.” Switzerland is holding an important referendum on its gold holdings this weekend, with its citizens set to decide whether the Swiss National Bank (SNB) should refrain from selling any more of its gold and instead boost its gold holdings from 7 to 20 percent.

Dutch move 122 tons of gold out of US  Friday Nov 21, 2014 AMSTERDAM (AP) ” The Dutch Central Bank says it has recently shipped 122.5 tons of gold worth around 4 billion euros ($5 billion) from safekeeping in New York back to its headquarters in Amsterdam. In a statement Friday morning the bank said that its 612.5-ton national gold reserve is now divided 31 percent in Amsterdam, 31 percent in New York, 20 percent in Ottawa, Canada and 18 percent in London.

‘Yes’ vote in Swiss referendum not certain to lift gold prices-Deutsche Bank Mon Nov 17 (Reuters) – A vote in favour of boosting Switzerland’s gold holdings at a Nov. 30 referendum won’t necessarily lift bullion prices, Deutsche Bank said in a note, adding there was a “considerable” chance the motion would pass. The Swiss National Bank could spread out its gold buying, take transactions off market, or use derivatives to cushion gold prices from the impact of a ‘yes’ vote, Deutsche said. The “Save our Swiss gold” proposal, spearheaded by the right-wing Swiss People’s Party (SVP), would force the SNB to hold at least 20 percent of its assets in gold, make it repatriate gold held overseas and commit never to sell bullion.

Why Putin Is Buying So Much Gold Russian President Vladimir Putin is developing a taste for gold. William Rhind, CEO of the World Gold Trust Services said, with all of its income from selling oil, Russia is diversifying its reserves by buying massive amounts of gold. Of all the central banks that make their reserve actions public, Russia has been the “largest, most active” gold accumulator, he explained. Still, Rhind said, the “elephant in the room” is how much gold China is buying, as Beijing does not publish these figures.

Germany Still Wants Gold Back – Repatriation Campaign Continues June 24, 2014 – More than 18 months ago, on January 16, 2013 Germany’s central bank, the Bundesbank, announced that it will repatriate to Germany all 374 tonnes it had stored with the Banque de France in Paris, as well as 300 tonnes held in Manhattan by the New York Federal Reserve, by 2020.Despite a lag of 18 months, the Bundesbank, as the Federal Bank of Germany is often called, has only managed to bring home a tiny 37 tonnes of gold. A paltry 5 tonnes of that came from the U.S., the rest from Paris. The US Fed holds 45% or roughly $635 billion of the total 3,396 tonnes of gold Germany have in reserve, the world’s second largest gold reserves.This has prompted, not surprisingly, renewed questions whether Germany’s gold still exists in those Manhattan vaults or if it has been melted down, leased or even sold.

Twenty Swiss francs gold coins, known as Vrenelis, are pictured at Jolliet numismatic shop in Geneva November 19, 2014. Support among Swiss voters for a referendum proposal that would force a huge increase in the central bank’s gold reserves has slipped to 38 percent percent, an opinion poll showed on Wednesday, falling short of the majority backing it needs to become law. Under the “Save our Swiss gold” proposal, the Swiss National Bank (SNB) would be banned from selling any of its gold reserves and would have hold at least 20 percent of its assets in the metal, compared with 7.8 percent last month. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND – Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)

Gold bars from the vault of a bank are seen in this illustration picture taken in Zurich November 20, 2014. The “Save our Swiss gold” proposal, spearheaded by the right-wing Swiss People’s Party (SVP), aims to ban the central bank from offloading its reserves and oblige it to hold at least 20 percent of its assets in gold. The referendum is scheduled for November 30. The SVP argues it would secure a stable Swiss franc. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND – Tags: BUSINESS)

Gold bars from the vault of a bank and Swiss one franc coins are seen in this illustration picture taken in Zurich November 20, 2014. The “Save our Swiss gold” proposal, spearheaded by the right-wing Swiss People’s Party (SVP), aims to ban the central bank from offloading its reserves and oblige it to hold at least 20 percent of its assets in gold. The referendum is scheduled for November 30. The SVP argues it would secure a stable Swiss franc. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND – Tags: BUSINESS)

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Of the Turkish Stars Frontlines

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Turkish army aerobatic demonstration team, known as the Turkish Stars, perform during the 91st anniversary celebrations of the creation of the Turkish Republic in Ankara, Turkey, Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014. (AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici)

A member of the Turkish army aerobatic demonstration team, known as the Turkish Stars, performs during the 91st anniversary celebrations of the creation of the Turkish Republic in Ankara, Turkey, Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014. (AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici)

Members of the Turkish army aerobatic demonstration team, known as the Turkish Stars, perform during the 91st anniversary celebrations of the creation of the Turkish Republic in Ankara, Turkey, Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014. (AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici)

A Turkish military helicopter lands near a staging area where Iraqi Kurdish peshmerga fighters are stationed on the outskirts of Suruc, near the Turkey-Syria border, across from the Syrian town of Kobani, Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014. Ten Iraqi peshmerga fighters entered the northern Syrian border town of Kobani, also known as Ayn Arab, crossing over from Turkey on Thursday, the first from among a group of 150 Kurdish troops on their way into the embattled city.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)

A Turkish military vehicle drives on a hillside backdropped by destroyed buildings in the town of Kobani following airstrikes by the US led coalition, seen from the outskirts of Suruc, near the Turkey-Syria border, Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014. Kobani, also known as Ayn Arab, and its surrounding areas, has been under assault by extremists of the Islamic State group since mid-September and is being defended by Kurdish fighters. (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)

Turkish army tank takes position near Mursitpinar border crossing on the Turkish-Syrian border in the southeasternTurkish town of Suruc in Sanliurfa provincee, October 18, 2014. A U.S.-led military coalition has been bombing Islamic State fighters who hold a large swathe of territory in both Iraq and Syria, two countries involved in complex multi-sided civil wars in which nearly every country in the Middle East has a stake.. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (TURKEY – Tags: MILITARY POLITICS CONFLICT)

A Turkish soldier walks next to tanks stationed on a hillside overlooking the Syrian city of Kobani on the outskirts of Suruc, Turkey, on the Turkey-Syria border, just across from Kobani, Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014. Tens of thousands of Kurds are rallying in Turkish cities in solidarity with the embattled Syrian city of Kobani, which has been under a brutal siege by the Islamic State group. (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)

A Turkish soldier walks by tanks stationed on a hilltop overlooking the Syrian city of Kobani, on the outskirts of Suruc, near the Turkey-Syria border Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014. Kobani, also known as Ayn Arab, and its surrounding areas, has been under assault by extremists of the Islamic State group since mid-September and is being defended by Kurdish fighters. (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)

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Of the 150 Year Dormant Turrialba Volcano Eruption

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Costa Rica emergency officials on alert following explosions, ash spewing at Turrialba Volcano 2 DAYS AGO Loud rumblings and ash covering roofs, gardens, roads and cars are the first results of increased activity at Turrialba Volcano, located northeast of the province Cartago, that started late Wednesday evening. According to the National Seismological Network (RSN), the eruption is the volcano’s largest in 150 years.

Experts from the University of Costa Rica (UCR) and National University (UNA) reported increased seismic activity on Wednesday afternoon, and at 11:10 p.m. they recorded a phreatic explosion at the volcano. The fumarole from the explosion reached several hundred meters, Carlos Ramírez, a vulcanologist at the crater, told The Tico Times. Ramírez said that the eruption involved ash, rocks and possibly magma.

Costa Rica Volcano Erupting After 150 Years October 30, 2014 A Costa Rica volcano relatively dormant for about 150 years is currently erupting. The Turrialba Volcano started erupting last night around 11:30 P.M. local time for Costa Rica. Inside Costa Rica reported nearby residents felt small earthquakes and “booming sounds.” About 40 minutes later, reports from witnesses stated clouds of ash could be seen. The city of Heredia reportedly saw ash fall as well.

Turrialba Volcano in Costa Rica: Magma Eruption Confirmed November 1, 2014 After brief deliberation and disagreement, geologists from the two main Earth science research centers in Costa Rica have come to the agreement that the recent eruptions of the Turrialba volcano in the province of Cartago are magmatic rather than phreatic. They also agree that the ongoing activity could result in stronger volcanic eruptions such as the one that sent heavy ash clouds over the Central Valley earlier this week.

Costa Rica’s Turrialba volcano staged its most powerful eruption in years overnight, belching a plume of gas and ash that was reported to sprinkle the capital San Jose some 50 kilometers away, emergency services said on Thursday. Television footage showed ash falling like snow against the night sky onto the backs of cows. (Wochit Screenn Capture)

Ash rises over Turrialba volcano, as seen from San Gerardo de Irazu near Turrialba, November 1, 2014. Costa Rica’s Turrialba volcano staged its most powerful eruption in years, belching a plume of gas and ash that was reported to sprinkle the capital San Jose some 50 kilometers (30 miles) away, emergency services said on Thursday. (REUTERS /Juan Carlos Ulate)

Costa Rica’s Turrialba volcano experienced its largest eruption in 150 years on October 30. The force of the explosion was such that ash was reported in the nation’s capital city of San Jose, some 35km away. This unique timelapse recording, taken by Andrés Badilla in Escazu, highlights plumes of ash continuing to rise from the re-awoken giant of nature on October 31. Credit: YouTube/Andrés Badilla

Ash rises over Turrialba volcano, as seen from San Gerardo de Irazu near Turrialba, November 1, 2014. Turrialba on Saturday staged a powerful eruption, sending falling rocks and a large amount of ash over downtown San Jose said Gino Gonzalez, a volcanologist at the National Seismological Network, according to local media. REUTERS REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)

Costa Rica’s Turrialba volcano roars to life with its largest eruption in more than a century, blanketing nearby towns in ash. Yiming Woo reports. (Reuters)

The Turrialba volcano, located in the Costa Rican province of Cartago, spews ash and volcanic rocks, causing the National Institute of Emergencies to evacuate some of the people living on its slopes (AFP Photo/Ezequiel Becerra)

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