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Insintric Value and fundamentals of MTA good, but price dropping, any info?

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My most immediate concern (and the reason I am becoming so bullish on gold) is the "no yield bubble" brewng in the bond market. Things like this never end well. Effective backwardation in the bond yields of "premium" nations - how can this be healthy. America currently serves as the buyer (first instance?) for 62% (62%!) of her own bonds. The fed is the tresury's main customer. Operation twist will serve to worsen all of his. If the bond market pops, I must believe that the dollar will follow due to the above dynamic. Then there is only gold. So - in short - I have decided to hold some rather than look back in due course and think to myself "But you knew it. All the signs were there. You could have just take a little? Idiot!"
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And nobody said you weren't allowed to have a viewpoint. Have the viewpoint, just don't mis-represent my reasoning for mine. And everybody else's who doesn't agree with you, which is what you did.

You'll note that I'm talking about your actions, not that "your viewpoint is wrong because of something about *you* or *your belief*", which is what an ad-hominem attack would be.
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Yeah, that's very reasonable. Treasures are a pretty crowded trade. Certainly gold is a better idea than it was a few months ago. And I do agree with why gold died in the crisis - hedge funds dumping to cover other positions. I'm a touch leery about it because of that, in case that same situation recurs.
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can someone please explain to me what this entire debate has to do with a car component manufacturer?
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METAIR presents her results in Rands. Rands are a currency. So there you go. Good strong connection; and good enough for me.
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If you read each response, you'll pick up the thread. Conversations either end up with trading vs investing, gold vs everything else, or Mark.
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Thanks for all the reply's, made for interesting reading. MTA is up 4% today. People are still going drive cars, regardless of economic conditions and they going to need parts. Company has been around for a long time and should still be there in the future making money, business as usual. ...but that's just my opinion.
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