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Jack Drummond

Joined: 03/05/16


Comments by Jack Drummond
Commodities Week Ahead: Oil Eyes Summer Demand, Gold Higher, Into $1,900s Jun 01, 2021 8:34AM ET
Hello Barani. I'm happy to see things settling back to a more normal state. Inflation driving down dollar- and in response- oil and gold rise in tandem. Like since mid-March. When I compared most recent monthly  charts of the last two, I see the big oil price jump arising from from the Colonial Oil Pipeline ransomware attack, (as well as some saber rattling din of +OPEC.) That started me wondering if there were some sort of attack that would cause a similar spike in gold pricing- other than following Goldfinger's seizure of Fort Knox. Would ransomware seizure of the LME networks spike gold prices- or would the global demand for pm's keep Gold prices steady... like how the Hunt brothers failed to corner Silver. (Not that I'm planning anything.)
Gold 'Dead on Arrival' at Under $1,790, Pre-Fed Apr 27, 2021 9:51PM ET
I'm not just a fair-weather gold bug. Prices will rise soon enough- I don't need to buy a car any time soon. I'll wait until I can throw a camper into the deal.
Stocks - U.S. Futures Fall as Trump Reiterates China Tariff Threats  Nov 20, 2019 12:19PM ET
The market rises and falls on hollow trade talk. It moves in unison with the desired outcome of inside traders.
Stocks - U.S. Futures Fall as Trump Reiterates China Tariff Threats  Nov 20, 2019 12:17PM ET
The market rises and falls on hollow trade talk. It moves in unison with the desired outcome of inside traders.
Forex - U.S. Dollar Flat as Tensions With China Rise Over Hong Kong Nov 20, 2019 12:12PM ET
OMG. Finally a market move that is resulting from an actual event.
Stocks - Wall Street Tumbles as Trade Tensions Escalate  Nov 20, 2019 12:09PM ET
You wrote about Trump's coming of age; learning that tweets affect the markets:China and U.S. to push back Trump-Xi summit to at least April: Bloomberg r. Mar 14, 2019 12:30PM ET r. "smoke screens everywhere. Atleast(sic) he has learned stupid remarks control the market." I think that he and his buddies (family too) have moved onto moving the market by tweet into a new financial resource.
Stocks - Wall Street Tumbles as Trade Tensions Escalate  Nov 20, 2019 11:44AM ET
The market rises and falls on hollow trade talk. It moves in unison with the desired outcome of inside traders.
Day Ahead - Top 3 Things to Watch Nov 20, 2019 11:39AM ET
Market will conveniently blame trade war for both ups and downs. It depends on your position as an inside trader.
DoJ Asked To Examine New Systemic Risk In Gold And Silver Markets Nov 16, 2019 1:29AM ET
Correct reading of the first sentence to: "Presidential circus..."
Global stocks slip amid lack of detail on trade deal Oct 14, 2019 8:21AM ET
bingo. buy physical gold til then
Top 5 Things to Know in the Market on Thursday Oct 10, 2019 8:41AM ET
Impeachment for bribery. Impeachment for money-laundering. Impeachment for taking emoluments. Impeachment for misdirecting taxpayer funds. Impeachment for extortion. Impeachment for abandoning our Kurdish allies to certain genocide. Impeachment for nepotism. Impeachment for failing to divest his business. You know that Joe and his son did nothing, because you as an educated person already read that they were investigated as to their relationships to Ukraine- which showed no fault. Biden joined with the World Monetary Fund and other governments in asking for a corrupt prosecutor to be removed. See, the prosecutor turned a blind eye to Russian sponsored corruption. Joe\'s son was asked to join on a board of directors, gathered from non-corrupt places to change the course of the gas company that Russia had created and used for kickbacks to Putin and his friends. But you already know that. I\'m sorry that you lost time at work worrying about how to trumpet Trump, the serial money-launderer. Impeachment for bribery. Impeachment for money-laundering. Impeachment for taking emoluments. Impeachment for misdirecting taxpayer funds. Impeachment for extortion. Impeachment for abandoning our Kurdish allies to certain genocide. Impeachment for nepotism. Impeachment for failing to divest his business. You know that Joe and his son did nothing, because you as an educated person already read that they were investigated as to their relationships to Ukraine- which showed no fault. Biden joined with the World Monetary Fund and other governments in asking for a corrupt prosecutor to be removed. See, the prosecutor turned a blind eye to Russian sponsored corruption. Joe's son was asked to join on a board of directors, gathered from non-corrupt places to change the course of the gas company that Russia had created and used for kickbacks to Putin and his friends. But you already know that. I'm sorry that you lost time at work worrying about how to trumpet Trump, the serial money-launderer.
Top 5 Things to Know in the Market on Thursday Oct 10, 2019 8:16AM ET
Wow, did you work in the circus? I\'ve never seen someone twist themselves into such a tight logic pretzel. Ukraine wasn\'t responsible for tampering with the 2016 election. the Ukrainian connection of Joe and his son have been investigated already. Nothing to see. Are we going back to Hillary\'s emails or Bengahzi hearings? Impeachment has been reasonable in each of the three times I\'ve witnessed it. You need to accept that your lecherous president has no common sense, operates outside of the law and common decency. Admit it, he\'s a serial money-launderer who is watching the house of cards coming down on him. Wow, did you work in the circus? I've never seen someone twist themselves into such a tight logic pretzel. Ukraine wasn't responsible for tampering with the 2016 election. the Ukrainian connection of Joe and his son have been investigated already. Nothing to see. Are we going back to Hillary's emails or Bengahzi hearings? Impeachment has been reasonable in each of the three times I've witnessed it. You need to accept that your lecherous president has no common sense, operates outside of the law and common decency. Admit it, he's a serial money-launderer who is watching the house of cards coming down on him.
Top 5 Things to Know in the Market on Thursday Oct 10, 2019 8:09AM ET
ha ha! you had me going for a while. Obviously I forgot to mention the KKK and the Elders of Zion. You completely forgot to bring in Area 51 and ***to the discussion. ha ha! you had me going for a while. Obviously I forgot to mention the KKK and the Elders of Zion. You completely forgot to bring in Area 51 and ***to the discussion.
Top 5 Things to Know in the Market on Thursday Oct 10, 2019 7:26AM ET
I lived abroad during the Viet Nam protests. Americans were ridiculed. Very few ex-pats supported the criminal acts of the US government. Still, to the world we represented all that was plainly wrong with US policy. Today, the USA deserves international ridicule for permitting Trump to avoid impeachment so long into his term. He knows he's on the way out- so he's pulling out the stops, whatever harm he delayed doing will now become an avalanche of malfeasance.
Stocks - Wall Street Slumps Again on U.S.-China Tensions Oct 08, 2019 6:49PM ET
The market makers- they're just jerking you around. See, they say that they don't know any better. Trump is jacking the market up and down whenever one of his inside trader buddies takes a position. Tell me I'm wrong.
Stocks - U.S. Futures Fall as Tit-for-Tat Trade War Continues  Oct 08, 2019 11:35AM ET
China is a backward facing monstrosity. Their (4X) population has one of the lowest standard of livings in the world. Sure, they move lots of money- but it doesn\'t benefit the average Bo. China is a backward facing monstrosity. Their (4X) population has one of the lowest standard of livings in the world. Sure, they move lots of money- but it doesn't benefit the average Bo.
Stocks - Wall Street Falls on Persistent Trade War Concerns  Oct 08, 2019 11:05AM ET
Yes, we are too dangerously in a service economy. When the Big One depression hits we will be only selling insurance to each other. Yes, we are too dangerously in a service economy. When the Big One depression hits we will be only selling insurance to each other.
Stocks - Wall Street Falls on Persistent Trade War Concerns  Oct 08, 2019 10:47AM ET
Looks like we made plenty under the system in place. Why are you pushing for zero-sum results ?
Stocks - U.S. Futures Fall as Tit-for-Tat Trade War Continues  Oct 08, 2019 10:42AM ET
I think the serial money-launderer is making waves for his inside trader buddies I think the serial money-launderer is making waves for his inside trader buddies
Stocks - U.S. Futures Fall as Tit-for-Tat Trade War Continues  Oct 08, 2019 10:41AM ET
I think the serial money-launderer is making waves for his inside trader buddies
Stocks - U.S. Futures Fall as Tit-for-Tat Trade War Continues  Oct 08, 2019 10:40AM ET
do you want more surprises from Cadet Bone Spurs ?
Stocks - Wall Street Falls on Persistent Trade War Concerns  Oct 08, 2019 10:37AM ET
He\'s just a con man with transparent motivations. He's just a con man with transparent motivations.
Stocks - Wall Street Falls on Persistent Trade War Concerns  Oct 08, 2019 10:27AM ET
We hired a blind man to drive this bus
Gold Prices Dip Amid Lowered Rate Cut Expectations Oct 08, 2019 3:34AM ET
Here, this excerpt says it better. By Sunshine Profits (Arkadiusz Sieron)Commodities, Oct. 4- wrote, r. "It's always great idea to make fun of the central bankers who think they can set the adequate interest rates and run complex economy. And, yes, Trump is right that the strong US dollar is not helping the American manufacturers. ...But the non-manufacturing part of the economy continues its expansion. In such an environment, to further lower the interest rates would only add fuel to excessive risk-taking, indebtedness and irrational exuberance in the asset markets. The unpleasant truth is that the current level of interest rates is unprecedented and it should be normalized. Yes, this is a painful process - and this is why the Fed is in a trap without any good solutions - it either normalizes the monetary policy risking a slowdown or financial crisis, or it eases further, creating larger macroeconomic imbalances that risk an even greater economic crisis later on."