Originally posted by Blinded
this is not a financial crisis. Come on now. I know that the economy is not looking good but we are not looking for a crash today nor tomorrow but maybe in the upcoming month. who knows?
Originally posted by grahag
Kinda sickening how you guys are cheering that the market is crashing and how it sounds so awesome...
I'm sure you cheer at car accidents and school shootings too.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
reply to post by JJDoggie84
I got mine at $30. However, I had expected to see the value of my metals rise next to a paper going down and market falling fast. Oh well, most of what I invested went to real items that could be sold or bartered down the road or help me provide something others may want anyway, not metals. It's just a little shock to see how fast silver dropped.
Originally posted by wondera
The debt trouble around the wold is starting to grind away investment confidance.
soon that will transfer into consumer confidance, meaning housing prices stall
retail will bomb (already tanking in australia), which will continue in a cyclical way
until market volitility eases. their is no denying the problem, but answers are few and
far between. it might even take an act of full scail war to get the gears of industry going
again, as horrible as that sounds it might just do the trick, re-align the system and
away you go again. but it is one of the most depraved realities of the world, that war
brings proffit for a few and unimaginable horror and suffering to the many. so sometimes
nations choose war.