Stock market crash/slump ?

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    THIS IS HOW A CURRENCY DIES | SHOCKING DETAILS

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/ODLQiz51gvo/

    DYOR

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    ....yah didn't need to be the "oracle of Omaha" to see that 😉

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    what is more interesting , is they ( Warren and Charlie ) admit they see it happening ( unlike several Central Banks )

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    👍...only holding barrack and newmont....for now...$US is key for me now

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    am preferring Aussie gold-miners

    EVN ( free-carried ) NST ( free-carried ) OZL ( 'free-carried , although OZL counts itself as a copper play now ) , RMS ( a recent buy ) WGX (courtesy of the MLX spin-off )but also hold AGG ( 'free-carried ) , OGC , TRY , MML , and KRM and multi-resource miner ATM which last quarter made most of it's revenue from gold sales

    the US made things too complicated for me , i can do as well elsewhere ( with less hassles )

    and some S32 for some silver exposure

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    It's a sad state of affairs, hasn't looked bright for a while.

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    everything looks perfect , according to Canberra

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    That's a different story.
    It's up to the investor to look after his own finances by making his own assessments of everything.

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    World’s Most Vaccinated Nation Reintroduces Curbs as Cases Surge
    By Kamlesh Bhuckory and Antony Sguazzin
    5 May 2021, 07:11 GMT+10
    Seychelles has fully vaccinated 62.2% of its population
    Covid-19 has hammered island nation’s tourism economy
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    Seychelles, which has fully vaccinated more of its population against Covid-19 than any other country, has closed schools and canceled sporting activities for two weeks as infections surge.

    The measures, which include bans on the intermingling of households and the early closure of bars, come even as the country has fully vaccinated more than 60% of its adult population with two doses of coronavirus vaccines. The curbs are similar to those last imposed at the end of 2020.

    “Despite of all the exceptional efforts we are making, the Covid-19 situation in our country is critical right now with many daily cases reported last week,” Peggy Vidot, the nation’s health minister, said at a press conference Monday.

    The Indian Ocean archipelago, which has a population of about 98,000, is dependent on tourism for much of its foreign exchange and acted quickly to begin vaccinations in January using a donation of Chinese vaccines from the United Arab Emirates. It has procured other vaccines since.

    To date 62.2% of its eligible population is fully vaccinated, according to the Bloomberg Vaccine Tracker. That compares with 55.9% for Israel, the next most vaccinated nation.

    Officials at the press conference gave little detail on what could be behind the infection surge other than to say people were taking less precautions against the virus than before.

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    🎉👍......got out of all my US positions and Aussie stocks today except for BOE , DYL.....for now

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    good luck

    i am ( mostly ) planning to endure , have a few reduction orders in but no payola yet

    but am sitting on about 5% cash as well , just in case a good price comes along

    ( and YES if a March 2020-like dip comes along , i expect the portfolio to look horrible again )

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    Starting to look a little too dicey for me.....taking the chips now....a win is a win

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    very dicey ( IMO)

    but i NEED my money working , in 2011 went fairly heavily into corporate debt ( for steady income ) but to me that looks as dangerous as shares now

    am too old to chase some rural property ( for investment ) and urban stuff is just poor value ( too pricey , or no jobs for the renters )

    am being cashed out ( like the CCL take-over ) in several places anyway

    as long as it is not a LOT worse the March 2020 , i will have to grin and bear it

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    ASX less than 100 points from record

    https://thebull.com.au/asx-less-than-100-points-from-record/

    counter-intuitive ... but here we are

    setting a new record this month MUST be considered a possibility ( no matter how illogical many valuations seem )

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