aedens wrote:What I implicity mean is the truth does not matter to control individual view of group dynamics. For a empirical look in a secular view of context the Whitehall Study followed the consequences.
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/whitehallII/pdf/Wh ... let_1_.pdf
As you will see ongoing is the true Value of stress reduction since they do not above him to keep order. Some management teams are aware of this and distill it to depression effects. There will be some who will consider him discredited if he defends himself. And discredited now if he does not. Political calculation is what it will distill to maintain a position of those above him and opinion of those below.
richard5za wrote:RDRUNR wrote:So the fools with gold feaver, buy gold as it drops, $300 oz in a week, recovers $60, then drops again another $150 and repeat;
This hasn't happened yet. Is this your forecast for the future?
Gold's long term upward trend is still intact as the following chart illustrates. There have been temporary correction periods in the past. This is normal in the long term trends of most asset classes and is to be expected.
RDRUNR wrote: This might just be the 80's all over again when it went from $1650 to $350oz in 1 year.
Higgenbotham wrote: I'm definitely a buyer of silver at around $16 if it hits there in the next 2 weeks
Higgenbotham wrote: Real time price movement indicates to me that $20 is likely by about October 5.
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