The Silver Bears Are Here Again, Explaining Why Blythe Has A Problem

Tyler Durden's picture

The bears are back summarizing the most recent developments in the silver market including backwardation, some insider "conspiracy theories", the Comex' paper to physical imbalance, the coming endgame, and what all this means in terms of options for one Kamakayz [sic] Bernank.


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Tyler Durden's picture

"We made an error of judgment. Frankly, we made a
bit of a rookie error. We got overexposed in the market and made
ourselves vulnerable to a squeeze." Blythe Masters. August, 2010. Bloomberg

Everyone can fall.

harrypotter's picture

hi,can you please tell me what will happen in the coming week in terms of price... am holding short position.thanks in advance

Bigger Dickus's picture

The charts are predicting a 2 to 5% correction in silver next week. Hedge accordingly.

bankrupt JPM buy silver's picture

I'm actually hopeing paper silver has a 100% correction...wouldnt it be nice to own physical at $0?  Would you be a buyer than, you monkey?

Blano's picture

Please explain exactly how the charts show that, O Great One.  I don't see it.

SheepDog-One's picture

Oh right 'the charts' are showing it, Bigger Douchebag.

mogul rider's picture

Hedge this motherfucker

I'll be buying all way down Blythe's throat.


And then some.


That's called a canadian dickus.


Yeah we drill it down your throat so deep you shit out blythe lookalikes

If you had a big one like you think you do - You'd understand but since you are JPM drone in a dress you wouldn;t get it.



Bigger Dickus's picture

You will get your ass handed to you.

Jesus Christ, ZHedge used to be about sophisticated trading. Now it's just rednecks who think that they are fighting the system is buying a Silver Eagle Monster Box.

GoinFawr's picture

"ZHedge used to be about sophisticated trading"

Heh, as if you added anything to the conversation 'back in the day' either.

Very stupid to discount the power of Rednecks; there are a helluva lot of 'em, they aren't afraid of hard work, and they love their ordnance.


Slewburger's picture

"Now it's just rednecks who think that they are fighting the system is buying a Silver Eagle Monster Box."

At least in the south we have grammar to go along with our ASEs.

Didn't junk you but a country boy can survive.


dark pools of soros's picture

sophisticated trading in a fucked up market??  you ARE Blythe

JW n FL's picture

you should feel sorry for those who believe in the hot air nothing market... gravity is a bitch.


All you can do is speak the truth and try to reach as many ignorant souls as possible.

Golden monkey's picture

No he is a fat cop.

He's is also a quite old fucka, but play the young monkey.


GetZeeGold's picture


...."sophisticated trading in a fucked up market??  you ARE Blythe"


+1 The bernake can't even find his half trillion dollars.....DOH!


What do you think is holding up the equities?


JW n FL's picture
by Bigger Dickus
on Fri, 02/11/2011 - 19:17


You will get your ass handed to you.

Jesus Christ, ZHedge used to be about sophisticated trading. Now it's just rednecks who think that they are fighting the system is buying a Silver Eagle Monster Box.


what about those of us that have bought more than 1 monster box? 32 (31.25)lbs of silver for 1 and 1/2 stalks of paper? sounds like a solid investment to me.

Treeplanter's picture

This redneck is looking out for #1 by buying silver maple leafs. .9999 is sweet and not US money.  Oh Canada, eh?  I'm bloody laughin'.  

tmosley's picture

You need complicated trading strategies when you are trading in a free market.  When you are trading against Zimbabwe Ben, things get real simple.

Only fools seek complexity when there is a simple solution in plain view.

tsx500's picture

charts don't mean jack in the current 'environment'.  on the other hand,   common sense = priceless.   hedge accordingly.

frippy's picture

Global settlements?

Please tell me this isn't part of the dinar revaluation scam.

Or Leo Wanta.

BigJim's picture

Yup, looks like the Silver bears have been listening to the GET team:

I got all excited about it myself, last week, after listening to the first 10 minutes... by the end I was highly dubious, and 10 minutes-worth of google confirmed it was part of the Iraqi dinar scam.

If this is their high-level source we're supposed to take as gospel, it calls into question everything else the Silver Bears have been peddling.

frippy's picture

The GET Team stuff is a joke. Even the dinar RV people snicker at it.

Come on Silver Bears, don't tell me you're reading Ben Fulford and Sorcha Faal.

adeptus's picture

I agree, this "international settlements" fund is a total joke and coming from an *extremely* dubious source - the NESARA blog website [] - that's the group that hosted the conference call.


Just go to that web page and after 5 seconds tell me if you would believe anything that could possibly come out of that group?  Further, have a read through the Wikipedia link on NESARA. These guys are a total loonie tunes cult-like organization.

NESARA has about as much credibility as the National Inquirer reporting on Bush being a reptilian alien.

Let me be more clear, they (people on this not so secret conference call) reference "St. Germain" as the originator of the fund. Saint Germain was supposed to be an alchimyst who had "magical powers" like telepathy, levitation  and could walk through walls.

I loved the 4x silver bears cartoons until this one ... however, I sure as heck hope that silvergoldsilver's not-so-insider info is far more credible next time!


merehuman's picture

I much prefer the turd for a realistic look at charts and manipulation as both are in play , depending on the day and if Blyhte is on her period.  Whats real is whats in my hand. lol

Bringin It's picture

Hi MH. 

Turd I appreciated your drawing attention to the scale of the raids on the 1 minute charts as clear footprints of the EE in action.


snowball777's picture

This is why set and setting are so important when dropping acid.

66Sexy's picture

i agree. this downgrades the bears significantly.

RmcAZ's picture

It came from the internet... it must be true.

Terminus C's picture

You came from the Internet... you must be an illusion.

GetZeeGold's picture


The really scary part is that it's the only idea I've heard that would work.


......unless you've heard something else?


No? Yeah.....I didn't think so.


So basically.....we're screwed.

Hephasteus's picture

He's crackers. If silver stays under 140 in 18 months it would be a frikkin miracle.

topcallingtroll's picture

Ok!  I get it!  The troll is now a silver bull.  Now will you tell me the secret handshake?  And I want my decoder ring.

Hephasteus's picture

LOL. What's the rule 3 times and it loses its funny. I've cracked up twice so far.

hambone's picture

Always a sucker for flatalance!

GoinFawr's picture

oK, Heph I'll stop now. I couldn't help it, honest.

It's just so... damn... fitting.

Hephasteus's picture

No. I think this one has at least 11 plays in it.

GoinFawr's picture

Is there a doctor in the house?! Somebody get BD some meds, he's having yet another grand mal seizure. Oh, and call a nurse too, I think he may need a fresh 'depends'.

'They can hedge their shorts anytime they want.'

Provide an example of how they might do that, and I'll show you yet another reason how they're in big trouble.

KickIce's picture

FWIW, there was an article a month or so back about how they were offloading some of their short positions to off shore banks, I'm guessing some PO boxes are going to take some heavy losses. 

greenbear's picture

JPM is short on Comex but can we be sure of their net position?  What about unregulated OTC derivatives market?  They could be net neutral or net long.  According to David Morgan, only JPM knows their net position for silver.

Start at 9:10:



GoinFawr's picture

Thanks for the link.

Let's see what, if anything, the court cases flush out.

hambone's picture

Colorful, cute, cuddly, foul mouthed, flatalant bears are back. 

Seem to be saying something bout slivers are contagious?

Whatever, so cute!!!

nontaxpayer's picture

these videos are getting more surreal everytime. even I think they are paranoid schizo, and I hate governments and love gold...just look at my nick and avatar.

MGA_1's picture

The comex is in trouble with silver, but global settlements, tungsten bars everywhere?  Wait... is that little green men operating those bears?

SilverDOG's picture

Look at tungsten sales up to 2003 where buyers were invisible,

the Rothchilds succinctley departed the gold market and...

when the tungsten sales spike fell. Perfectly timed.    

Got Gold?           

tmosley's picture

Post a source, please.

Even if they were replacing every gold bar on earth, I wouldn't really expect that to impact the sales much.  I would think tungsten, with its legion of uses thanks to its unique chemical and physical properties would move at orders of magnitude more than gold.

phil silver's picture

Can I suggest and the Fed considers a Gold Plated Tungsten Bar Standard.

It might work???

Please send your replies to Phil Tungsten, since Ive changed my name.

I think I have found a replacement for Uncle Ben.

I found this over at Goldseek called 'Stiff The Fed'

It listed our 15 biggest creditors, the entities to which the captive citizens of the United Snakes of America owes money.


Canada, which we always held as infinitely more sensible, turned up in the Top 15 for the first time. We owe Canada $3.6 billion. Coming in at 14th is Hong Kong, at $138.9 billion. We owe the Cayman Islands' banking centers $146.3 billion. Twelfth is Brazil; we're into them for $184.4 billion. We owe OPEC $210.4 billion. We owe the insurance industry $261.8 billion. We owe domestic commercial banks and credit unions $269.8 billion, making theirs our 9th biggest I.O.U. The Brits and our own state and local governments are tied for 7th place at $511.8 billion each. We owe mutual funds $637.7 billion and pension funds $706.4 billion.


Are we beginning to see a pattern here? This thing is beginning to go logarithmic. We owe Japan $877.2 billion. China ranks a measly third: they've been shedding U.S. debt like crazy, converting it to stuff we used to do, like mineral and oil production, but they're still just a hair shy of a trillion, $895.6 billion to be precise.


The last two surprised us. Holders of U.S. Savings Bonds, and a category CNBC calls “other investors” rank No. 2, at $1.458 trillion.


And the Number One I.O.U.? Drum roll, please: it is our very own United Snakes Federal Reserve Bank, which has us on the hook for a staggering $5.351 trillion!  That's right. We owe the Banksters in our own midst interest-bearing debt more than five times what we owe the Chinese we're always sniveling about.


We owe Ben Bernanke's crooked, miserable Jekyll Island creature 10 times more than we owe the money-grubbers at the counting houses in London. Noise from the  cute brunette talking head at CNBC: “So no big deal, then – we just owe it to ourselves.”



Have a good weekend and remember no 'Counterparty risk with Tungsten'

nontaxpayer's picture

"gold-plated tungsten" - loved that!