As Alaska is almost the 180 degree oppossite of London we thought the Global Earthquake beneath our feet was just another re-arrangement of some slippery slope crust. Due to atmospheric delayed flash trading communication problems in the wilderness, it took awhile to realize is was the London Credit Default Swap Bridge between the LME and the LIBOR banks had fallen down.
Sorry, you famous Flameing Twits, we tried, and tried to warn you from MiningMagazines.com (not to be confused with the English based MiningMagazine.com that specializes in whacking big projects) about going a "full Montey" Bridge too Far.
You need to remember that the English Pound Sterling was after all, a full measure weight of the silver Sir Francis Drake, the privateer returned with to England, after introducing the 'time bomb' of slavery to the Americas.
The real OMG lesson for the ETF trader's being .... a simple DUH.
A translation to the "Yank" I was laughed at for in the 1960's City of London when I was laising with MI6 as a USAF above top secret intel "other ranks" working directly for Curtis LaMay, the Commander of Stragetic Air Command.
Sorry, you famous Flameing Twits, we tried, and tried to warn you from MiningMagazines.com about the arrogance (not to be confused with the English based MiningMagazine.com that specializes in whacking big projects) about going a "full Montey" Bridge too Far.
Sorry, old chaps, wasting a lot of time argueing over the anacronym of Comander Officer Wrens, or Commander Reserve Officer Wrens (old COW, vs: old CROW) you really should have been paying attention to the Chinese Golden Yuan, and Silver Panda, being physically dispensed by vending machines in Shanghi malls.
Which brings right back to translating, DUH. "Do-not Underestimate History" in futures market planning.
Where is it written in 5,000 years of the worlds second oldest profession, trading shiney baubles with the real gold diggers, that it was possible to get away with a leveraged IOU? I won't mention today my politically incorrect fears of having been born in the First Great Depression, and lived through the scarcity of of the Second World War, that today we seem to be headed into repeating problems through stupidity.
So, at least from the survival point of view, here is something you should be wasting your time upon. A legnthy discussion of a "gray gold" prospect being marketed for a basic need of shelter, as nobody is really respecting "top-down" from "pump and dump" mining stock offerings anymore unless being the marketed without having a proveable, favorable, tonnage to value (T/V?) ratio.