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wer noch keine Stücke hat sollte jetzt um die 0,20 Limit setzen oder gleich zugreifen ... das man wenigstens einen Fuß in der Tür hat ....:D

wer schon welche hat , da denke ich wäre der gelbe Bereich eine Abstauberzone ....
;)

aber bei so volatilen Zeiten ist es schwer richtig zu treffen - sorry mehr gibt der Chart nicht her und selbst dieses Bild ist nur so ein Bauchgefühl ;)


Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 60.801.448 von winni2 am 13.06.19 19:36:59
Ich komm jetzt mal mit ner RÄTSELFRAGE
Also grad hat mich ein Kollege vom andern Seeufer angeskypt und will wissen, wie ich die folgtende Aussage deute ( die er sich einfach so ausgedacht hat und die rein theotetische Natuer ist ;) ):

Man vermeidet derzeit die Veröffentlichung von MICHT MELDEPFLICHTIGEN Sachverhalten,Vorgängen und Fakten , die kurstreibend wirken können und die Börsenbewertung des Unternehmens VORZEITIG
in die Höhe treiben.

Mmmhhh .... Glakugel, Zauberstab , Abrakadabra .....also ich seh da JEMAND aufm Sprungbrett mitm
schwarzen Koffer ... der darf oder kann aus irgendwelchen Gruenden (noch) nicht springen.
Ach , Zaubermantel vergessen, Spitzhut sass schief : nochmal Abrakadabra.
Aha, der hat Geld im Koffer und will Aktien kaufen , aber irgendwelcher Vertrag ist noch nicht ratifiziert bzw. rechtskräftig unterzeichnet , oder sein Hartz 4 ist noch nicht da ,und deshalb kann er noch nicht kaufen. Apropos Hartz 4 will er natuerlich nicht zu teuer kaufen , aber auch nicht später dann fuer Turbulenzen sorgen, weil er weit unter Börsenwert bezahlt hat .
Also bloss nicht vorher auffallen und niemand was sagen ....

Aber man weiss ja ....Niiiiiiie Mand sind in solch heiklen Fällen meistens EINIGE ... :laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 60.802.183 von winni2 am 13.06.19 20:58:25Achso , was sagt Eure Glaskugel ... meine geht ja manchmal falsch ?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 60.802.369 von Popeye82 am 13.06.19 21:16:44Dein Depot haste da hoffentlich auf Deine Mutter oder so jemand vertrauenswuerdigen laufen ...
klasse , bist doch glaub wie ich irgendwo um die 0,10 CaD rein .... liegen lassen und dann in paar Jahren beim Amt mitm Porsche vorfahren :laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 60.802.369 von Popeye82 am 13.06.19 21:16:44maybe today this is the reason;)
Nuggets for your perusal… But first, there’s something important I want to bring to your attention.
Jim has joined forces with Rich Dad author Robert Kiyosaki to uncover a whole new way to make money without plainly buying stock shares…
And the only way you’ll have the opportunity for enormous profits outside the world of stock investing is by clicking here.
But remember this… The next investment opportunity ends tonight at midnight, so you have to hurry.
I urge you to click here for more details of what could be your favorite new way to make money on a weekly basis.
When you finish viewing that, come back for the Five Gold Nuggets I selected for this week.
And now, the news…
I. Rare Earth Elements Issue Is Going Big-Time Mainstream
There are “issues,” and then there are mere issues.
In other words, sometimes a true problem isn’t a real problem until mainstream media begin pounding the table. Well, we can now hear the noise… Something big is likely to happen with rare earth elements (REEs).
Last Sunday, CBS News led off its 60 Minutes show with a replay of a previously broadcast segment (from five years ago!) on the critical situation with REEs. See here.
Though slightly dated, it’s astonishing how current the 60 Minutes clip remains. Over the past half-decade, the U.S. and most other Western nations have done little to rectify their massive dependence on China for over 80% of global REE supply. From smartphones to submarines, we need REE to keep the motors turning and electronics buzzing.
Meanwhile, China continues to dominate REE upstream production (i.e., mines and mills) and most downstream processing (electronics, magnets, lightbulbs and much else). All this while demand for these irreplaceable metals has only increased over time. More electronics, more batteries, more electric motors, more… you get it.
Lately, REEs resurfaced as a major national security issue. China all but declared that it will use access to REEs as leverage in the ongoing trade dispute with the U.S. Then again, you need to understand that the U.S.-China matter is not just about the U.S. and China. The entire industrialized world economy has a stake in the outcome.
It’s fair to say that some people have long known and discussed the fact that there’s a deep-seated industrial and supply-China problem with REEs.
Here at Agora Financial, I’ve covered REE since at least 2010. In fact, I published a report on REEs on May 9, just a few days before the issue erupted in the news. I called REE the “commodity market’s blind spot.” See here.
Let’s give credit where it’s due. I can think of numerous other well-regarded newsletter writers, mining analysts and journalists who’ve done great work on REEs along the way. John Kaiser, James Dines, Brien Lundin, Clint Cox, David Abraham… I regret not having space to list even more.
It’s telling that no less than The New York Times is on the REE bandwagon. The Times recently headlined an article on REEs by Keith Bradsher entitled China’s Supply of Minerals for iPhones and Missiles Could Be a Risky Trade Weapon. See here.
Keith has been covering REEs since at least 2010, when I met him at a conference in Hong Kong.
Here’s the bottom line… Absent a secure supply of REE, the U.S. — and the rest of Western industry and commerce — is in a deep, dark place. This REE issue has again become mainstream, and it’s going places.
II. REE Fight Has Legs
Let’s talk more about REEs. In addition to the community of “gloom and doom” newsletter writers, there are scientific and technical experts in academia, industry and government. These individuals have long worried about obtaining sufficient REEs to keep the plants running and products shipping from construction sheds.
Over the years, I’ve met many of the science and technical leaders in REEs. I’ve discussed REEs with luminaries from places like Harvard and Colorado School of Mines, not to mention Russia’s Leading Research Institute for Chemical Technology (VNIIKHT) in Moscow. I’ve met with researchers at U.S. national labs like Lawrence Livermore and Oak Ridge. I’ve discussed supply-chains and manufacturing challenges with car designers at Mercedes-Benz, submarine designers at NAVSEA and missile-makers from Raytheon.
One longtime REE expert is Don Lay, CEO of Medallion Resources (OTCBB: MLLOF), a company that I discussed on May 9 in a special report you can find here.
Don has been involved in the REE business for well over a decade. He was recently interviewed on Canadian television, in a broadcast segment you can see here. Don gives a solid update on the current state of affairs with REE, China, non-Chinese developments and the outlook in light of U.S.-China tensions.
Midway through the interview (about 2:50), there’s a list of names of Western companies in the REE business. Considering the multitude of companies in pretty much every other aspect of the mining space, the list of REE players is a relatively short score card. But it’s worth knowing some names.

As Don discussed in the interview, his REE project is moving along well. It’s a doable plan with low-risk supply base — U.S.-origin mineral sands — and well-understood chemical processing of monazite minerals, which was pioneered by the old U.S. Atomic Energy Commission in the 1940s and ’50s.
Here’s the bottom line for REEs. Don’t panic about China or its threats. There are REE resources out there, well-identified and analyzed. And there’s plenty of great science available that applicable to REEs. The real issue is whether or not the overly politicized and financialized U.S. economy can spin some bucks in the right direction… which appears to be happening.
III. And More on REEs — the Chinese Action
Not to be left behind by any potential response, China is moving to defend its position as a global REE powerhouse. Here’s a snip from Mining.com:
China, the world’s top producer of rare earth elements, has launched a wide-ranging survey of local production in seven regions, including Inner Mongolia and Jiangxi province, amid Beijing’s threats to curb global supplies in retaliation for tariffs imposed on imports to the United States… [China’s] state planner, industry ministry and the natural resources ministry began site visits and meetings across the country on Monday to assess the “general upstream, midstream and downstream situation of rare earths and other strategic mineral resources.”
Obviously, China is determined not to be caught flat-footed in any REE imbroglio. From the highest levels of government, the order has apparently come down to ensure the long-term stability and viability of the country’s REE industry. It’s a serious matter, with attention from the highest levels.
Read more about it here.
IV. Gold Prices “Set to Skyrocket,” per Russian News
You’re probably used to bold predictions about gold prices from Western media. But now, we have no less than Russian media saying the same thing.
Russians are watching how China is currently increasing its gold purchases, driven in no small part by the ongoing U.S. trade dispute. Looking at global supply and demand trends, Russian commentators see gold moving higher.
Read about it here.
V. “Years in the Making,” Gold Rally Set to Kick Off
It’s not just the Russians who see gold moving higher… There’s that fixture of conventional Wall Street, CNBC.
According to Carter Worth of Cornerstone Macro, per CNBC, “Gold charts are setting up for a breakout years in the making… ‘Gold has been toying with the prospects of a breakout repeatedly for the past five years,’ Worth said…
“[Gold] keeps approaching this $1,350 plus-minus level, and then backs away. But what’s increasingly encouraging about it is the way we’ve gotten here, which is to say, it’s [repeatedly hitting] a higher low, all which would suggest that the tension ultimately is to be resolved.”
Music to our aching ears. Read the entire article here." target="_blank" rel="nofollow">June 12, 2019
Rare Earth Elements Are Going Mainstream… Gold Rally Set to Kick off… and More!
Dear Gold Speculator,
Here are Five Gold Nuggets for your perusal… But first, there’s something important I want to bring to your attention.
Jim has joined forces with Rich Dad author Robert Kiyosaki to uncover a whole new way to make money without plainly buying stock shares…
And the only way you’ll have the opportunity for enormous profits outside the world of stock investing is by clicking here.
But remember this… The next investment opportunity ends tonight at midnight, so you have to hurry.
I urge you to click here for more details of what could be your favorite new way to make money on a weekly basis.
When you finish viewing that, come back for the Five Gold Nuggets I selected for this week.
And now, the news…
I. Rare Earth Elements Issue Is Going Big-Time Mainstream
There are “issues,” and then there are mere issues.
In other words, sometimes a true problem isn’t a real problem until mainstream media begin pounding the table. Well, we can now hear the noise… Something big is likely to happen with rare earth elements (REEs).
Last Sunday, CBS News led off its 60 Minutes show with a replay of a previously broadcast segment (from five years ago!) on the critical situation with REEs. See here.
Though slightly dated, it’s astonishing how current the 60 Minutes clip remains. Over the past half-decade, the U.S. and most other Western nations have done little to rectify their massive dependence on China for over 80% of global REE supply. From smartphones to submarines, we need REE to keep the motors turning and electronics buzzing.
Meanwhile, China continues to dominate REE upstream production (i.e., mines and mills) and most downstream processing (electronics, magnets, lightbulbs and much else). All this while demand for these irreplaceable metals has only increased over time. More electronics, more batteries, more electric motors, more… you get it.
Lately, REEs resurfaced as a major national security issue. China all but declared that it will use access to REEs as leverage in the ongoing trade dispute with the U.S. Then again, you need to understand that the U.S.-China matter is not just about the U.S. and China. The entire industrialized world economy has a stake in the outcome.
It’s fair to say that some people have long known and discussed the fact that there’s a deep-seated industrial and supply-China problem with REEs.
Here at Agora Financial, I’ve covered REE since at least 2010. In fact, I published a report on REEs on May 9, just a few days before the issue erupted in the news. I called REE the “commodity market’s blind spot.” See here.
Let’s give credit where it’s due. I can think of numerous other well-regarded newsletter writers, mining analysts and journalists who’ve done great work on REEs along the way. John Kaiser, James Dines, Brien Lundin, Clint Cox, David Abraham… I regret not having space to list even more.
It’s telling that no less than The New York Times is on the REE bandwagon. The Times recently headlined an article on REEs by Keith Bradsher entitled China’s Supply of Minerals for iPhones and Missiles Could Be a Risky Trade Weapon. See here.
Keith has been covering REEs since at least 2010, when I met him at a conference in Hong Kong.
Here’s the bottom line… Absent a secure supply of REE, the U.S. — and the rest of Western industry and commerce — is in a deep, dark place. This REE issue has again become mainstream, and it’s going places.
II. REE Fight Has Legs
Let’s talk more about REEs. In addition to the community of “gloom and doom” newsletter writers, there are scientific and technical experts in academia, industry and government. These individuals have long worried about obtaining sufficient REEs to keep the plants running and products shipping from construction sheds.
Over the years, I’ve met many of the science and technical leaders in REEs. I’ve discussed REEs with luminaries from places like Harvard and Colorado School of Mines, not to mention Russia’s Leading Research Institute for Chemical Technology (VNIIKHT) in Moscow. I’ve met with researchers at U.S. national labs like Lawrence Livermore and Oak Ridge. I’ve discussed supply-chains and manufacturing challenges with car designers at Mercedes-Benz, submarine designers at NAVSEA and missile-makers from Raytheon.
One longtime REE expert is Don Lay, CEO of Medallion Resources (OTCBB: MLLOF), a company that I discussed on May 9 in a special report you can find here.
Don has been involved in the REE business for well over a decade. He was recently interviewed on Canadian television, in a broadcast segment you can see here. Don gives a solid update on the current state of affairs with REE, China, non-Chinese developments and the outlook in light of U.S.-China tensions.
Midway through the interview (about 2:50), there’s a list of names of Western companies in the REE business. Considering the multitude of companies in pretty much every other aspect of the mining space, the list of REE players is a relatively short score card. But it’s worth knowing some names.

As Don discussed in the interview, his REE project is moving along well. It’s a doable plan with low-risk supply base — U.S.-origin mineral sands — and well-understood chemical processing of monazite minerals, which was pioneered by the old U.S. Atomic Energy Commission in the 1940s and ’50s.
Here’s the bottom line for REEs. Don’t panic about China or its threats. There are REE resources out there, well-identified and analyzed. And there’s plenty of great science available that applicable to REEs. The real issue is whether or not the overly politicized and financialized U.S. economy can spin some bucks in the right direction… which appears to be happening.
III. And More on REEs — the Chinese Action
Not to be left behind by any potential response, China is moving to defend its position as a global REE powerhouse. Here’s a snip from Mining.com:
China, the world’s top producer of rare earth elements, has launched a wide-ranging survey of local production in seven regions, including Inner Mongolia and Jiangxi province, amid Beijing’s threats to curb global supplies in retaliation for tariffs imposed on imports to the United States… [China’s] state planner, industry ministry and the natural resources ministry began site visits and meetings across the country on Monday to assess the “general upstream, midstream and downstream situation of rare earths and other strategic mineral resources.”
Obviously, China is determined not to be caught flat-footed in any REE imbroglio. From the highest levels of government, the order has apparently come down to ensure the long-term stability and viability of the country’s REE industry. It’s a serious matter, with attention from the highest levels.
Read more about it here.
IV. Gold Prices “Set to Skyrocket,” per Russian News
You’re probably used to bold predictions about gold prices from Western media. But now, we have no less than Russian media saying the same thing.
Russians are watching how China is currently increasing its gold purchases, driven in no small part by the ongoing U.S. trade dispute. Looking at global supply and demand trends, Russian commentators see gold moving higher.
Read about it here.
V. “Years in the Making,” Gold Rally Set to Kick Off
It’s not just the Russians who see gold moving higher… There’s that fixture of conventional Wall Street, CNBC.
According to Carter Worth of Cornerstone Macro, per CNBC, “Gold charts are setting up for a breakout years in the making… ‘Gold has been toying with the prospects of a breakout repeatedly for the past five years,’ Worth said…
“[Gold] keeps approaching this $1,350 plus-minus level, and then backs away. But what’s increasingly encouraging about it is the way we’ve gotten here, which is to say, it’s [repeatedly hitting] a higher low, all which would suggest that the tension ultimately is to be resolved.”
Music to our aching ears. Read the entire article here.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 60.802.528 von Tirolesi am 13.06.19 21:34:34Super ! Danke Tirolesi ! UND DAS HIER "UNSER" CEO UND MEDALLION AUSDRUECKLICH HERVORGEHOBEN WIRD ; IST WOHL EINES DER INDIZIEN DAFUER , DASS MDL JETZT AUS DEM SCHATTEN AUFTAUCHT
und so manch bisher ahnungslosen Analysten und BB-Schreiber ueberraschen wird .
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