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October 11, 2016, 05:11:38 AM
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Pray tell what those three chemicals (sodium hypochlorite, acetone and ethanol) are used for -- in combination I presume?

After a little more discussion on high-end guns, I have something probably right up your alley...  

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October 11, 2016, 06:21:31 AM
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Quick education on the Hillary defending a rapist thing:
Hillary sucks, by the way. She's totally dishonest and it's embarrassing to watch so many people praise her and ignore how corrupt she is. That's how bad the US political system is right now, they literally don't care that she is corrupt. Might as well elect Putin! And Trump, obviously is fucking joke. He's a clown for the establishment he hates and is trying to destroy.

As for Bitcoin, I don't think either candidate will have much effect but if you're looking for an answer...a Trump presidency would have more positive impact on bitcoin than Hillary because the perception of world stability will go down when he's in office. Maybe it's hype or maybe he really is bat shit crazy, but all the market needs to react is perception and hype and speculation.

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October 11, 2016, 09:33:30 AM
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Short-term the US dollar. After 2017/18 or so, probably Bitcoin and gold. After 2020 or so, probably emerging markets.

Regardless of the USA election outcome.
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October 11, 2016, 11:36:54 AM
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The audio of Trump's lewd locker-room comments is likely to bury Trump IMO.

Apparently your assumption is incorrect:

Trump trounced Hillary in 2nd debate according to polls:

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/785561269571026946

Trump is growing stronger with more popular support, not weaker.
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October 11, 2016, 12:13:03 PM
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As for Bitcoin, I don't think either candidate will have much effect but if you're looking for an answer...a Trump presidency would have more positive impact on bitcoin than Hillary because the perception of world stability will go down when he's in office. Maybe it's hype or maybe he really is bat shit crazy, but all the market needs to react is perception and hype and speculation.

I think that with Hillary at the helm the world stability has higher chances to get undermined, and you can expect more war and more corruption out of her presidency. That's the way Hillary is perceived across the world. Trump is a demagogue in his own right, but he is not a fool. Some say that Trump is even more of an establishment figure than Hillary, but now when his own party is betraying him, he has no other choice but to follow his anti-establishment rhetoric.
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October 11, 2016, 02:27:34 PM
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I think Trump is still alive after the debate, he did well considering the very difficult situation, but being realistic, I think he has very low chances of being president.

With Hillary I predict nothing happening, gold, BTC and everything else will stay the same in my book.
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October 11, 2016, 04:31:32 PM
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The audio of Trump's lewd locker-room comments is likely to bury Trump IMO.

Apparently your assumption is incorrect:

Trump trounced Hillary in 2nd debate according to polls:

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/785561269571026946

Trump is growing stronger with more popular support, not weaker.


Maybe I despaired a tad too soon.  I hope you're right, iamnotback.  Yes, most of the reliable polls have Trump winning the debate.  Still behind though in the election polls.

A new meme going around is that Hillary may suffer a BACKLASH, as ordinary Americans tire of the Clinton Team's dirty tricks aided and abetted by our corrupt and compromised MainStream Media.

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Let's get back to non-traditional assets.  iamnotback, I will present one in a couple of days that you will probably have positive comments on...  
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