Silver Takes A Sizable Lead Over JPM

Tyler Durden's picture

And in exclusively silly, but oh so symbolic news, the race track crowd bursts into a frenzy following the ultimate comeback story, as One Ounce Of Silver has now taken a full length lead over One Share Of JPM Stock into the final stretch.

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redpill's picture

Tyler please, you're going to send Robo into seizures.

Tunga's picture

20 minutes into the future. With a bullet. 

Heavy's picture

I just got that show on 5 DVDs from netflix, already canceled my cable TV. 

HoofHearted's picture

My screen name comes from the call of a horse race. So I'm loving the hell out of this.

SilverRhino's picture

What's the over/under on the JPM/Ag ratio reaching 2:1?

Sudden Debt's picture

Maybe they can't print extra silver anymore...



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1000DOLLARsilvercrushthefeds's picture

And silver went off at 10-1 odds! Put a ring around that winner!

Segestan's picture

Poethic Justice??

Hopefully the miners will also become free... free at last!!

Cognitive Dissonance's picture

It seems the miners have been caught in the recent downgrade of commodities think it was Goldman?

Michael Victory's picture

I'm holding.. but on a day like today the miners are hard for me to figure out. But what do I know, I'm just a high school Econ teacher.

bigdumbnugly's picture

logged in to my trading account...

put sell order on screen for specified miner...

all good to go, ready to execute...

unplug ethernet connection and then hit Place Order.

will see if i can fool 'em this time.  they usually rise a bit after a sell.

Cognitive Dissonance's picture


I love the little games (we) people play. Who says we are sane and sentient creatures just because we can build long bridges and tall buildings? That just makes us productive and maybe even efficient, not sane. :>)

Sokhmate's picture

"once an entity is self-aware, its consistency is lost"

I don't remember where I read this

in4mayshun's picture

My high school Economics teacher knew less than nothing. The school district actually had to change his credentials to "mark-to-model" just so he could teach.


Michael Victory's picture

Probably what my kids say about me, maybe worse. Who knows.. with the big bad school budget cuts in my hood, I could be selling used cars in a couple of months.

foofoojin's picture

I had an awesome econ teacher. he taught the bullshit so fast it was unbelievable. Keynesian was 5 minutes of lecture.  I knew something was up. He knew it was all falling apart and the old econ books would have to be dusted off and rewritten for the next generation. He did what needed to be done, drilled us on the basics and pushed critical thinking. If you aced everything else and skipped the critical thinking projects. you could technically pass with a D-,  Students kept complaining about how economics is a science and math not a researching/thinking/writing class. He left one semester after I had him. I think I got lucky.


P.S. he owed a used car lot while teaching.  last I heard he sold everything and is out of the country on retirement.

Robot Traders Mom's picture

Hopefully I can keep buying them at these absurd levels before they take off again...

Silver Bug's picture

Max Keiser commonly talks about how this will be the death of JP Morgan. We shall see how it comes to pass. I know one thing, it can't be good for their short position.

gordengeko's picture

This might seem off topic but it's not.

This is what we face, this is the NWO they are trying to install.  You want a boot kick to the face?  Then buy silver and quit supporting these people and their companies, they are using it against us.  These multi-national conglomerates have bought the gov't, politicians, judges, lawyers and own the prison system.  It's a giant club and us human resources are the fodder for their little games.

Segestan's picture

I get you're point... but criminals are by default, using clever tactics to evade justice. Not saying the elitist don't think like criminals,  just that in order to police for the common good in an age of high tech , I can see where such devices would help entrap some real scum bags. Remember these guys think like ass holes! They are not spending time buying silver.

Careless Whisper's picture

i'm not on the mood to take the bait dewd. maybe someone else will fall for it.

Sock Puppet's picture

I think Pinochet said "If your not doing anything wrong you shouldn't have anything to worry about."

TheGoodDoctor's picture

Which is why I am grateful for Wikileaks. They counterbalance Homeland Security and the Patriot Act. The National Security card gets played way too much. A little transparency doesn't hurt anyone now does it?

thames222's picture

definitely not...I feel like the Patriot Act grants us the right to seek whatever information we want, as well.  Nothing is safe, your email address is sold every day as part of marketers' mailing lists, and your private information is handed around like a sorority slut at a frat party.  no privacy anywhere, anymore.

gordengeko's picture

@segestan, you're not thinking deep enough.

Segestan's picture

Maybe , but it's illegal to be anti----- you know ... to think Real deep.

Anyway... see you on the good side.

jmc8888's picture

Umm, there's always ways to find criminals, without using this.

I wouldn't want this used to catch matter the crime.

There's ALWAYS another way.

This is pure fascism.  There is NO PLACE in society for this.

Of course, they won't use it to even catch the people you are talking about, they'll use it to catch petty things, for revenue, to pay off the banksters.

Nazi Germany is here, and they don't even need a Nazi party, and it's sold to us as protection, or for scum bags. 

Bush didn't understand a memo, so everybody's rights are now moot at airports for 10 years, including little girls being sexually assaulted.

There is absolutely no excuse for this. NONE.  If anything, such fascist, unconstitutional methods if used, would let OFF a scumbag in court.

At some point, someone will fight a cop over this, and maybe get killed.  That is one hell of a privacy invasion, for no reason, and it is unconstitutional.

As for JP Morgan, I still say 50 cents is at most what it's worth, like the Coca-cola from 'falling down', until it implodes and is worth 0.

That's all.

FIAT_FixItAgainTony's picture

agreed gord but a tiny -1  for "trying to install"!

not trying, "they" have done it and are doing more.

f this bs!  how do we do this?

we have to take back our courts.  even their alleged law system has failed.  we stand strong united together under common law, because it has been verified the rule of statutory law does not exist.  if it did, certain guilty persons committing fraud in finances would have been in jail already.

since such is the case, i say we already have been facing a tyranny that needs to be brought back to original Constitutional intentions.  we cannot grant them any jurisdiction to rule over us.  in legal land silence is agreement.  turn the tables.  that silent contract we have with them relates to fiat money.  it is by that contract of our silence that they exert power over us.

we no longer grant these psychopaths any jurisdiction!  let them keep their worthless paper.  we are backed with silver, friendships, family, god, guns, food, knowledge and vehicles among other things. 

the judge can't say squat to a group of 25 or more in common decision in the courtroom.  learn your common law.  that's why they "single us out" to bring us into court, which by the way is their "place of business".  so, for "us" to "use" their court to our favor, we need to have control of the court by common agreement from those present in mass.

think about it.   basic law.  "democracy" if you will.

foreclosures have to end and ending yesterday would be too soon.

these financial tyrants need a lot more than a wrist slap and a rule change.

what good are rule changes when you don't follow the rules anyway?

f the banksters plans to screw us forever.  it's been on!

keep the peace.

keep stackin. 

show some respect for the ones who died to create the Constitution.


420 silver bullets and silver shields bitchez!


buzzsaw99's picture

Silver doesn't make me vomit when I think about it either.

tomster0126's picture

that total recall avatar makes me want to vomit a little bit..."get to the reactor!"  lol.  fuck the Morgue, i hope every one of their execs burns and loses everything.  and now Comex wants to buy silver back above price.  lol.

mark mchugh's picture

But...but Silver has no yield!

AmazingLarry's picture

I'm long aluminum bullion. Silver is so 2010. 

msohn's picture

Good luck carrying that around

long juan silver's picture

Good luck thinking I'll make change from your silver eagle when you buy my ham sandwich.

tmosley's picture

That's ok, I'll just buy the shop from your boss and fire your ass.

Calculated_Risk's picture

I'll be paying with pre-82 pennies.. not eagles.

tmosley's picture

lol, maybe post 82 pennies.

Zinc standard, bitches.

long juan silver's picture

Where's you alter-fag-ego col cooper? delivering brownies for mom?