Platinum Futures - Jan 22 (PLF2)

928.10
-5.00(-0.54%)
  • Prev. Close:
    933.1
  • Bid/Ask:
    927.30/928.90
  • Day's Range:
    917.95 - 951.60
  • Type:Commodity
  • Group:Metals
  • Unit:1 Troy Ounce

Platinum Futures Overview

Prev. Close
933.1
Month
Jan 22
Tick Size
0.1
Open
933.3
Contract Size
50 Troy Ounces
Tick Value
5
Day's Range
917.95-951.6
Settlement Type
Physical
Base Symbol
PL
52 wk Range
893-1,348.3
Settlement Day
01/27/2022
Point Value
1 = $50
1-Year Change
-10.26%
Last Rollover Day
09/26/2021
Months
FJNV
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  • One stock Docusign has lost over 3 times market caps of etfs slv and pplt in two days! Crazy over valued stocks vs real assets! Madness!
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    • It is what it is for now....
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  • Looks like accumulation zone to me but i can be wrong..
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    • Guess not enough people are long for it to plunge sub 900. What is the difference from September, if anything the market is worse off and it's not going down.
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  • Gap 800 is still calling no need for precious metals in the blockchain era lol
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    • No no no, the last time you commented like this on palladium, it jumpped $100  |o|
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    • Nick Mashregimmm need to check it but charts lookin very bad…omicron babau lookin very dangerous + incoming tapering
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  • tick tock Bullion Prevails https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=weimar+hyperinflation+timeline
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    • What are the lessons to be learned from the German hyperinflation? The first lesson is that even a politically independent central bank does not provide a reliable protection against the destruction of (paper) money.
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      • Currencies have a shelf life and along with them the ideoglies in which they were founded.
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    • History repeats and when it does bullion prevails https://www.investopedia.com/articles/personal-finance/122915/worst-hyperinflations-history.asp
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      • Agreed
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        • If you bears followed open interest you see open interest was washed out in 2020 collapse of metals with stocks! Open down over 40 percent pre covid levels! Funds and individual players very reluctant to reenter these markets , totally diffirent set up than precovid not ripe for huge correction from these levels!
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          • Let them short themselves silly into hyperinflation, grab the bullion and leave them stuck with zimbucks.
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        • https://www.investing.com/news/commodities-news/universal-hydrogen-ceo-sees-jetmakers-backing-new-fuel-2696582
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          • 800 is on the way….epocal selloff for commodities lol
            6
            • Whi I smell big banks puppets |o|?
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          • No no no ,, thats a BIG rejection of 950 ,, 880 comes next
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            • Like I said state sponsored "markets" company store operation; their M.O. is bashing commodities so they can hyperinflate SNP500 and have negative real yield bonds, at this point they've suppressed metals a lot though still pressing me yet in silver, like I said to the devil with them.
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              • If it can break 953 dn some up we have to see
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                • 1000 very soon?
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                  • Nope
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                • The only thing to do is buy the dips and load taking advantage of the shorting. DXY poised to dive further and metals poised to rised on stochastic daily buy signals, the technicals and fundamentals are favorable, No Brainer BUY!
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                  • I buy ouitright for cash only, no leverage, if govt.banking wants to short let them, buy what they sell as they lay smoke to continue hyperinflating, to the devil with them.
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                  • 4h macd cross up, bullish divergence on 4h and 1D rsi , hope panic mode is over!?
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                • All penic r gone now its bull time
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                  • Gap 800 is a matters of days lol
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                    • Never come bro it just come down for big up 😜
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                    • Lotiful Islam babuyes, with eventual weaker DXY at first it should bounce up
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                  • stacking oz's
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                    • Strong buy
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                      • Oversold and overdone. - We will get a rebound in the not to fare future IMO.
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                        • You have negative real rates cumulatively yielding price inflation and this situation is rapidly compounding due to covid for cover as a smokescreen to continue the cancerous wealth transfer to Wall Street at the expense of the rest of the economy all based on govt.banking lies. Bullion is real money, always has been, banks, govts, currencies come and go but some long forgotten govt coin made of gold or silver still has value but the govt has failed long ago. Therefore don't be fooled, when you have bullion you have real money, on the other side of the equasion you have govt.banking narrative that their script they print at will is reality which time after time is proven to be a lie and fade into the dustbin of history.
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                          • Deflationary will crash down all commodities included silver gold and so called precious lol
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                          • Maks Mars, bullion is already suppressed/deflated relative to real notonal inflation e.g. stockmarkets etc which are hyperinflated and since the stakeholders i.e. govt.banking are caught holding the stock and bondmarket bags
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                          • You can step back and view what you're seeing as global govt.banking machinations trying to get their way. Bernake took the scheme global following Greenspan's looting/wealth transfer scheme to Wall Street after Greenspan had the corrupt Clinton repeal Glass-Steagle that allowed them to loot the mortgage market. Things have reached a tipping point, expect Gold and Silver to stabilise and then rise in price vs. fiat currencies. Platinum is a thinner market and banks tend to dominate thin futures but this too shall pass. https://www.longtermtrends.net/stocks-vs-gold-comparison/
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                        • Gap 800 could be calling back to deflationary times lol
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                          • insane drop
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                            • They're pricing platinum already correlates to 2000 Snp500, put that in your pipe and smoke it bank shorts, platinum is priced for a stockmarket meltdown to less than half it's price now. They've gone way overboard inflating stockmarkets and shorting metals.
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                              • read the date is at the end of October that was made
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                              • What jibberish are you babbling about?
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                            • https://www.investing.com/news/stock-market-news/eni-agrees-to-sell-snam-499-stake-in-algeria-gas-pipelines-for-385-million-euros-2691613
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                              • Snam buys stake in Algerian gas pipelines to pave way for hydrogen highway
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