MAR 12 JMU

Juniors PGEN Marines Update (JMU).

(Pronounced “JAYMEW”)

 

 Mar 12, 2016

 

 Junior PGEN Marines Update 

 

  1. Please click here now: http://www.gracelandjuniors.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/2016mar12wall1.png Wall Street hates citizens, hates freedom, and loves money.  YOU likely have one thing in common with Wall Street.
  2. QE to infinity was free money to the banksters to infinity, with Wall Street benefiting, and Main Street being ripped off.
  3. The Western gold community “lost it” during the QE to infinity phase, and stupidity cheered free money to infinity for the banksters, thinking, equally stupidly, that freezing money velocity, pumping Wall Street, deflating Main Street….
  4. Somehow they all drank the bankster koolaid, and promised themselves the above would raise the price of gold, and pump gold stocks to the stratosphere.
  5. They got it all wrong, but the good news is that the past is gone, and the present taper to zero and modest nominal rate hikes that are actually lowering lower real rates by raising inflation more than the rate hikes….
  6. This is leading big name value-oriented unlevered money managers to commit solid money to the gold stocks sector, as a long term play.
  7. As a junior gold stock investor, as this happens, it’s important to stay away from the bankster koolaid. Many gamblers like to pretend they are not gamblers.  “I invest conservatively in spinning roulette wheels and I never gamble” – Not you, March 12, 2016.
  8. Because gold is the ultimate asset, junior gold stocks, by definition, entail massive risk, the opposite of bullion. It’s just common sense that if gold is hard to mine in size, it’s going to be hard for mining companies to mine it in size.
  9. What happens, sadly, when gold starts rising, is that gold guru gamblers race forwards after drinking bankster koolaid and claim that money managers “see the light, and see the wisdom” of investing in junior gold stocks, because there’s hardly any gold, and so the juniors are ones looking for it, so there’s little risk, because the money managers “have no choice but to buy”.
  10. That’s idiotic nonsense, but it attracts gamblers.
  11. Instead, I’ll ask you to stay professional about the nature of junior gold stocks, but understand that when money managers of size commit to the sector, they first commit to the senior stocks, but over time they essentially can’t help themselves, and start buying the juniors.
  12. When that happens, juniors can stage 100 bagger or even 1000 bagger events, in the right circumstances, which I think are coming in the next few years as China and India work to make gold a trusted household name.
  13. Please click here now: http://gracelandjuniors.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/2016mar12mux1.png Rob McEwan’s MUX should not be “top called”.  It’s still down 80{7d2759035a2769ee7a6afa7c646e6642b67314b0cd0e17ac0c6ae4f965ff87d9} from the $10 highs, even though it tripled off the 64 cent area lows!
  14. Some (many/most) gold community investors are selling stock, in the MUX case, that they bought in the $7 - $10 area, with the idea of getting more shares at a cheaper price, since “surely it must have a correction, even though the ‘final’ lows are in, and once that correction ends, then we go vertical, for ever and ever!”
  15. Heads up: If a price-chasing pinhead bought MUX stock at $8, bought absolutely nothing as it declined 93{7d2759035a2769ee7a6afa7c646e6642b67314b0cd0e17ac0c6ae4f965ff87d9} to 64 cents from the highs… do YOU really think that MORON knows anything at all about what is happening with MUX now? 
  16. Of course he doesn’t; he’s making up fantasies endlessly, from a fear perspective sometimes, and from a greed perspective at other times.
  17. Here’s another heads up: I don’t care if MUX is up 50,000{7d2759035a2769ee7a6afa7c646e6642b67314b0cd0e17ac0c6ae4f965ff87d9} from the lows, at this point in cusp of the bull era time; it’s not time to blow out core positions, it’s not time to top or final low call anything, but it is time to continue to buy the stock every 10 cents down, and sell some every 20 to 30 cents higher, via pgen, with your “trading” positions.
  18. At Graceland, in PGENspeak, “trading” is really mowing the lawn and pruning the tree.
  19. Use your brain, not your sexual organs, at this point in cusp of the bull era time, to take action with MUX; if the stock impossibly is bankster-mauled to sub 64 cents, are YOU going to be able to buy anything? If not, why not?
  20. Don’t focus on what the losers are focused on. Focus on the good news that unlevered institutional power players have replaced levered hedge funds in the gold stock arena.  Cheer that prices are headed higher, but whether they are headed higher exactly from here or not is not something you should be overly concerned about.  Why?
  21. Because it can’t be known, any more than a loser who bought a mountain of MUX at $8 with borrowed money knows anything about what is coming for MUX now.
  22. Enjoy the cusp of the bull era ride! Enjoy the possibility that gold stocks are going sharply higher for a long time.  Enjoy the cash you’ve set aside to buy gold stocks if GDX and GDXJ impossibly go to new lows, because only YOU and the banksters will be feeling anything resembling sanity if that happens.
  23. The more prepared you are for pain in the impossible zone, the more you can relax when gold stocks do sell-off. Remember that 95{7d2759035a2769ee7a6afa7c646e6642b67314b0cd0e17ac0c6ae4f965ff87d9} of the gold community bought absolutely nothing into the lows, and aggressively sold into them.  Now they are selling stock at losses and trying to buy that back cheaper.
  24. Gridtime! Obviously, their plan is insane.  It defines insanity and showcases it.  Stay away from rubber rooms.  Hold your champagne glass high.  Toast and enjoy and the arrival of institutional monster players, and put aside a little cash for a rainy day of pain!  Let’s hit the gridlines now.  I’ll see you there!

 

Kirk Jr. on the gold explorers bridge, out! 

Thanks!

           Cheers

           St

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