Herb: Admin Bill I am a bit confused are we a privet internet group or are we puplic Awake seemed to no get locked down into saying one way or the other . What is your take Bill???
MDinn: HERB NOT PVT OR PUBLIC IMHO...BUT INTERNET GROUP=WELL INFORMED GROUP THAT WILL GO LONG BEFORE MANY IN PUBLIC EVEN HEAR ABOUT IT
HERB..I REALLY DON'T THINK THEY ARE GOING TO ADVERTISE ON CABLE OR LOCAL NEWS ABOUT THE RV, SO MANY PUBLIC WILL NOT KNOW TILL WORD OF MOUTH GETS TO THEM..WE WILL KNOW SOONER
DYoungdc: From what I gather we are a"group" and will be informed before the general public. therefore getting to exchange before it I'd common knowledge
DYoungdc: I believe people will just actually see a change in buying power and that's all…. the general populous that is
MDinn: LOOK AT US NOW..WE ARE INFORMED ABOUT DAY TO DAY CHANGES RIGHT NOW...THE GENERAL PUBLIC?? THEY HAVE NO IDEA
DYoungdc : even if it goes on recaps the general public will not be aware. they don't follow it, why would they? only dinar land follows it. do you think everyone follows espn? So internet group would still be notified b4 the go if you simply think about it rationally
NWMontana: G20 Might Set The Table For Fiscal Stimulus, Ignite Bank Stocks
U.S. stocks traded to new record highs this morning.
Yesterday we talked about the trajectory of earnings surprises for the second quarter, and the big positive surprises that are being reported in the earnings of banks and financials. Morgan Stanley joined the bunch today with much better than expected numbers, beating on earnings and revenue.
But, as we said yesterday, financial stocks, broadly, still remain iIf you missed the boat on the rebound in energy stocks earlier in the year, this lag in bank stocks could be the next big run.
What could be the catalyst? An improving economy and global market stability would certainly be helpful. The outlook, on that front, will most likely be driven by more intervention.n the red for As we’ve said, next week we think the Bank of Japan will take the opportunity, in response to the Brexit uncertainty, to unleash the powerful combination of fresh fiscal stimulus and (more) monetary stimulus.
Europe would be smart to follow that lead.
The ECB meets tomorrow, but should do nothing. But Mario Draghi may/should use his press conference platform wisely, to pressure European politicians to pursue fiscal stimulus to ward off the threats of a Brexit contagion. G20 finance ministers and central bankers meet this weekend in China to set the table for the G20 Summit of global leaders later this year.
What’s a main topic due to be discussed by G20 finance ministers and central bankers? Fiscal stimulus!
Though waning, that contagion risk in Europe (i.e. threat of a European Monetary Union member leaving the EU and euro), and the crippling effect it would have to the global financial system, is what continues to weigh on bank stocks, including Germany’s biggest, Deutsche Bank.
We’ve already seen a very positive response in global markets to a telegraphed spending package in Japan. The same in Europe would go a long way toward ending the global shock risk associated with Brexit, and provide optimism about recoveries in Europe and Japan, which would be a big boon for the global economy the year, lagging all other sectors in the S&P 500.
Dr.Mark: The global issue of trust is what is challenging the entire worlds financial system. Lack in trust of Central Banks is the critical component....it needs to change as trust in our own central bank has waned dramatically. This is the threat to the entire global system...monetary policy!!
Beams: Dr. Mark. I believe that is what this g20 meeting is all about
Dr. Mark: Good Beams. It is needed as the BIS themselves are commenting on their lack of fiscal policy is what is challenging the worlds markets. I think we found our fall guy(s)!
Beams: Ya….Dr. Mark I am praying the good guys are ready to chop off the head of the
snake.. I am grateful that the good guys want to make sure that the proper security is in place and that the dudes/dudetts that need to be removed get handled before our exchange.. even though this is truly part of the delay…. and I "think" that's where we are at.
Andy: Anybody know if Fisher is reliable? Fwd: And this quick update.. 13000 skrs were funded last night and today. Payouts continue. Fisher is working on getting a list of who got paid.
Emailed to Recaps:
Fisher: G20 expects all RV matters to have started before they meet in China on Saturday July 23.
Fisher: SITREP 22:00:00 EST Wednesday July 20, 2016 -------
All SKRs @ Wells Fargo go liquid tomorrow Thursday.
ZIM trades go liquid tomorrow Thursday.
IRS agents are now wearing US Treasury badges in the field.
Exchange centers have all reported in as ready.
Exchange staff had early dinners ordered.
Exchange staff told to inform families to be prepared for 4 straight days of work.
Fisher : ALL skr's are now funded, with the exception of those who did not pass the background check. major move forward, yes, and Hell yes!
We've been hearing for days that the funds have been going out, Zap explains what the bank tried to pull on his funding, and we wonder why everything has been delayed?
Alie : Based on the zap info and your info earlier re: liquid funds should we assume this has now been corrected?
Fisher : it has been, and if it happens again, with anyone, they will be "talked" to
Fisher: I no longer care what gets out
Fisher : I now have 6 confirmations of the skr's all being paid out…….the fact that the skr's are being paid in cash money is a real push in the right direction
Lami : What type of cash money? Fiat? USN/digital?
Fisher : usn/digital
oneliner : it certainly sounds like the PTB's parting gift to the world is the collapse of the global economy. Am I nuts for thinking they will keep pulling shenanigans until they are beamed off the planet?
Fisher : at this point, we're all nuts, thinking that they will never give up is not nuts
Fisher : it's never been about money, it's always been about power, control and repressing the people