Editor’s Note: This post is subjective opinion, and it will offend most readers.
Maybe you can help me out?
You see, something disturbed me yesterday, and I can’t get it out of my head.
Would it be wrong for serial rapists to teach Sex Ed in American public high schools?
I think so.
I mean, let’s imagine a whole gang of serial rapists, and they’ve done horrendous things, especially to women, and specifically to our young American daughters who haven’t yet even graduated from high school.
Worse, everybody knows that serial rapists are teaching Sex Ed in American public high schools, but the real kicker is that even though it can be proven that these serial rapists are guilty as hell for all of the brutal atrocities committed against our minor daughters, nobody has ever even once done an investigation into the actions and behaviors of these low-life criminal scumbags.
OK, “Hey Half Dollar, you’re really about to offend some people, and I really don’t see how this has anything to do with the economy or the markets, so chill-out before you say something stupid!”.
It has everything to do with the economy and the markets.
Well, I’ll answer that with a question.
How is this:
Which the Fed Tweeted just yesterday, not any worse than serial rapists teaching Sex Ed in American high schools?
OK, “Hey Half Dollar, I told you man, you’re way off base. First of all, those were high school and college students, and for all we know they could have been graduating high school seniors all of at least 18-years of age, so, yeah, you idiot, you’ve done it again!”.
Nice try, and I would almost agree with you, but you see, I didn’t want to bring it up, because it’s pretty sick, but the Fed is in our Middle Schools too.
But don’t take ‘Ol Half Dollar’s word for it, see it for yourself straight from the NY Fed’s own website:
How is the Fed, teaching destructive things about the economy and the markets, in our middle schools, any better than having serial rapists teaching Sex Ed in American middle schools?
Think about it.
I really hope you do.
This is supposed to piss you off.
Just don’t get mad about it.
Get angry about it.
Speaking of the Fed, they haven’t been in the news much to start this week, well, except for what in my opinion is some misplaced hope in Trump’s Fed pick Herman Cain as being “good for gold”, but they’ll sure occupy precious airwaves to finish out the week:
So get ready for a crap-ton of double-speak with no underlying point ever made.
The gold-to-silver ratio has been stapled to a wall:
Still, the ratio is signaling a great opportunity with silver right now. All. Day. Long.
Gold has regained $1300:
In this interview, I explain what it will take for gold to break-out above $1400.
Silver is stapled to its 200-day moving average:
Isn’t it just lovely how the cartel now has silver’s 50-day moving average pointing down?
Palladium is still banging around $1300 and $1400:
If that’s a wedge forming after the $200 plunge, it would be a bear wedge.
Platinum looks like it wants to consolidate around $900:
Consolidation would be good right about now, especially with that kind of volatility.
I do think if platinum consolidates here, then the next bout of volatility will again be with an upside move in price.
The Heartbeat of America Index looks at risk of a heart attack:
Everybody and their brother see an inverse head-n-shoulders pattern, but that pattern is beyond super-artificial and laden with the worst ingredients, so I’m not so sure the Russell 2000 double-tops like the Dow has.
The VIX is sitting at 14:
That is a lot of lower-lows since the late-December surge, meaning each move down goes lower than the previous, and lower-lows in sequence are a bearish trend.
Yield on the 10-Year Note is also stapled to a wall:
I do think we head lower, and much lower if I’m right about the Deep State/globalists plan for bringing max pain to America.
The Dollar Index is at the high side of its sideways channel:
I think we stay range-bound between 96 and 97 until the plan is put into action.
Once the plan is put into action, If I’m right, then the dollar will start falling.
A falling dollar means things we buy will move up in price even faster.
That is, faster than prices are rising while the dollar is strong.
Because a drop in the dollar brings max pain to all.
And if that is the plan, timed to the 2020 election.
Then we’re about to feel the pain very soon.
But today, I’d like to think about the Fed.
And the pain and suffering they bring.
All day, every day, year after year.
To millions of Americans.
Hundreds of millions.
So which is worse?
The serial rapist?
Or the Fed?
– Half Dollar