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Al: Great Interview. You said so many good things in a just a few minutes. I am in total agreement with everything you said.
Thanks Jed, it was really kind of fun.
Amazing just how intense a lot of folks in broadcasting are!
For four days, haven’t been able to get the audio on your site….maybe my computer is sick?
BUT, I can get downloads/audios on multiple other site :(….
SAD AND FRUSTRATED AZTEC!
I have no problem in explorer, chrome browsers or on my ipad. It has to be your problem Marc
To boost your confidence, read:
Hi Al, I too have had trying to get back into Sunday`s program to relisten to it and comment, by the way I really liked Sunday`s program alot more than that of Saturday`s program it was more in depth on oil, gas, fracking, LPG, where to go in & not be in Mexico, Central, South America in resource companies.
Concerning Dividends Al, had a real brainstorn this morning on how to keep the government out of nearly all your dividends ie. taxes on dividends, couldn`t companies start at the end of the year add to language eg. what was called dividends for stockholders be then called `share equity`, but still keep divdends still on the books, but keep that pretty much in the red and have those `share equity` be where the money would be at for the stockholders.
Probably Denis F, bt I am certainly not an attorney. Any thoughts Dennis M?
Rick Rule really likes Chile too:
Interesting article on the “valuation of gold” from the MSM. Scroll down to the table, if you do not want to read the article.
Mid to long term optimistic on America? Sad to say not me. Can’t see how you can be optimistic when we are bankrupt and out currency is going to collapse. Solve the debt by stripping our military? That’s a horrible place to start. Why don’t we start with Washington DC and get rid of most of the government paper pushers.
I never said the huge problems will be solved.
I really said, at least I was thinking, society will survive and possibly eventually be just fine. I am firmly convinced that very hard times are ahead for a time.
I think that the optimism Al`s talking about is from the fact its only to get worse, not better for our present economy mid to long term with either an Obama or Romney election win because mining people generally love bad news as it deals with the economy. Hence people will want to buy something of value out there in tv land when people start waking up to the fact that indeed times are bad and getting worst because of the liars that they elected were really full of $hit as they were warned by Ron Paul in the first place. And gold/silver be it ETF`s, stocks in resource companies &or the physical metals will be the place in the sun to be in, rather sooner than later esp. due to the conventional stock market out selling whatever they can towards the end of the year because of the increase in capital gain taxes, and just real heavy taxation aimed at making everybody here in America to be the same: going broke, nearly broke, flat broke.
Actually Dennis F what I mean is that I am pretty certain that, yes, things will get worse. That, in my opinion, will ultimately bring society back together in a very common sense fashion.
“Challenged” folks ultimately either will wise up or drop out.
P.S. Hope you understand what I mean by “challenged”. More derogatory terms were used in the past, know what I mean!
Hi Al, derogatory terms as in four letter word adjectives — are not to be tolerated OK . I get your meaning 10-4.
Come on guys, all this is planned and the goal is this: that we all bow and worship at the altar of government. This is thousands of years old sociopathic ambitions.
The solutions are there for those who look with a desire to find the truth, otherwise called “open mindedness”. A little courage to get involved is the seasoning required to make the meal tasty.
“If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.” – Samuel Adams – Speech at the Philadelphia State House, August 1, 1776
Great comment, Missive.
You are a great interviewee as well as interviewer.